Although not always our official slogan, it's always been true.
Troop 33 Scouts have hiked hundreds of miles of trails at Philmont Scout Ranch and attended National and World Scout Jamborees. From local weekend campouts to long distance tours, our Scouts have enjoyed many adventures together.
Troop 33 Scouts have also been dedicated to service, helping at major disasters including floods, tornadoes, and hurricanes.
Generations of Boys
Please keep in mind that this history represents the story of flesh and blood boys, hundreds of them down through the years. These boys, some now dead, some elderly, and some in the prime of youth, all began as boys eager to experience the adventure of Scouting.
Despite generations of time separating them, they shared the experience of being a Boy Scout in Troop 33; memories of camping in the woods, the sweet scent of woodsmoke from a campfire swirling about them as they laughed with their friends, cool crisp nights, sun-drenched summer days, getting dirty exploring everything around them, sharing in work, fun, and all the wonders of growing up.
Please explore our history. Our history is represented in the links below.
Each decade history includes information about the USA during that time period to act as a backdrop.