Scouts - Troop 260

Serving the Lakeville area since 1997.

BOY SCOUTS

Boy Scout Troop 260 is a boy-led Troop that prepares young people to be leaders in the community and individuals of strong character by helping them discover the principles of Scouting by participation in advancement and recognition, camping, community service, STEM, and high adventure activities.

 

Scouts BSA is designed to take place in the outdoors. It's outside that Scouts share responsibilities and learn to live with one another. It's outside that skills and activities practiced at troop meetings come alive with purpose. Outside is the laboratory in which Scouts gain self-esteem, leadership skills, and an appreciation for the world around them.

 

Scouts plan their own advancement and progress at their own pace. Choose from 120 interests ranging from game development to wilderness survival. Experts in these fields are ready to provide fun, real-world experiences. A Scout is rewarded for each achievement which helps him gain self-confidence. Setting their own goals helps Scouts grow in self-reliance.

 

Adult volunteers serve as leaders that provide coaching and instruction to scouts at meetings and camp-outs.  Mission Partners  share their areas of interest by being a merit badge counselor or can serve on the Troop committee which is responsible for Troop business.

 

Rob Liebl, 952-212-3005, rob@lpav.com

CUB SCOUTS

 
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CUB SCOUTS PACK 260 - LAKEVILLE, MN
Cub Scouts is a program for young boys (Kindergarten through 5th grade) designed to develop each scout’s faith, citizenship, character, and fitness. Scouting instills a dedication to three duties; duty to God and country, duty to others, and duty to self. In addition to these, scouts learn useful life skills including cooking, camping, first-aid, emergency preparedness, problem-solving, teamwork, leadership, and much more. The program is structured around fun activities that parents, and scouts participate in together; games, camp-outs, STEM projects, field trips, and more. The program is parent-driven, and scouts earn awards for participating in pack activities and also for engaging positively in their family life and faith. Parents and adult leaders assist with activities and share their talents in delivering the program, making this a fun and fruitful faith-based program for the whole family.

 

Don Seiler, Cubmaster, 952-769-7854, donseiler55@gmail.com

Eagle Scouts celebrate at their Court of Honor

Left to Right:  Patrick Votel, Curtis LaMar, Alex Heuer, Ross Bellefeuille

 

Eagle Scouts celebrate at their Court of Honor

Patrick Votel, Curtis LeMaire, Alex Heuer, and Ross Bellefeuille, of Troop 260, sponsored by All Saints Catholic Church, celebrated earning the rank of Eagle Scout at their Court of Honor on March 6, 2016. This is the highest rank in the Boy Scouts of America and is earned by less than 4 percent of Scouts nationally.

Votel repainted and restored the hockey rink and gazebo at Prairie Lakes Park in Lakeville for his Eagle project. He is a senior at Trinity School at River Ridge and is the son of William Votel and Barb Seery.

LeMaire now lives in Alaska and his project was landscape renovation for Riverside Community Church, Eagle River, AK. He is a senior at Eagle River High School and is the son of Patrick and Mattie LeMaire.

For Heuer’s Eagle Project, he laid 3 4’x 8’ concrete pads, assembled 3 benches, and mounted the benches on the pads at Antlers Park in Lakeville. He is a senior at Lakeville South High School and the son of Brian and Stacy Heuer.

Bellefeuille’s Eagle project was constructing (3) 4’6 paver patios for benches at All Saints Cemetery in Lakeville. He is a senior at Lakeville North High School and the son of Wayne and Meg Bellefeuille.

WELCOME

Boy Scout Troop 260 meets on Monday nights from 7:00 to 8:15 p.m. at All Saints Catholic Church.  
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