Tualatin Boy Scout Troop 35 is hosting an information night at Living Savior Luthern Church on Sept. 25.

Tualatin Boy Scout Troop 35 will host a Scouting Information Night on Tuesday, Sept. 25, at 7 p.m. at Living Savior Lutheran Church, 8740 S.W. Sagert St.

Along with the fact the Boy Scouts of America has opened its doors to girls for the first time this year, interested Scouts will learn what the organization has to offer including outdoor experience opportunities, leadership opportunities, community service and more.

Scouting is open to boys and girls ages 11 to 18 and youths don't have to have been Cub Scouts to participate.

Troop 35 is coming off a fun-filled summer that included summer camp on Lake Coeur d' Alene, as well as a trip to the Sawtooths and Craters of the Moon in Idaho and Yellowstone National Park, respectively. You may have also seen them at local events -- staffing the Elks' booth at the Crawfish festival and honoring veterans on Memorial Day. Visitors on the 25th can expect to see youth leading games and demonstrating their dutch-oven cooking skills with some tasty desserts. Troop 35 has been a Tualatin fixture for more than 30 years, having produced more than 55 Eagle Scouts since its inception while at the same time having performed innumerable hours of community service. The troop meets nearly every Tuesday night and schedules at least one overnight activity each month. Questions about Troop 35 or this event should be directed to Scoutmaster Corey Jeppesen at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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