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How to Join
Please feel free to stop in to one of our Troop meetings to speak with our leaders regarding any questions you might have. If you prefer, you may also use the link below to the Be A Scout website to request more information, or to apply online.
Click on the link below to access the free online scout advancement tracking website.
Troop 229G out of Mukwonago was the largest Scouts BSA Troop in the
country on February 1! With a total of 29 girls, Troop 229G is off to a fast
start! The dedication of the volunteers who spent time recruiting and organizing the
unit has paid off in a big way for the Troop.
The Troop was featured on TMJ4 nightly news, recognizing them for their
historic achievement. Over 11,000 girls have joined Scouts BSA and the
numbers are continuing to grow. Troop 229G will go down in history as the
largest girls Troop in the country and the Potawatomi Area Council is very
proud of that. Congratulations to the Troop!
Troop 229 has campouts or outings every month. Typically the locations would be within a 2 hour drive from
Mukwonago. Past campouts have been at local county parks, winter cabin camping, canoing the Fox River, and camping on the Fox River. Each summer we attend a week-long summer camp.
Merit badges are awards earned by youth members of the Boy Scouts of America (BSA), based on activities within
an area of study by completing a list of periodically updated requirements. The purpose of the merit badge program
is to allow Scouts to examine subjects to determine if they would like to further pursue them as a career or a vocation.