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Welcome to the Troop 200 Website! Troop 200 meets at 7:00 PM every Tuesday at Nixa Christian Church. Please join us!  (The last Tuesday is generally Patrol Leaders' Council so check the calendar to make sure).  Nixa Christian Church. 400 Northview Rd Nixa, MO 65714

Boy Scouts (Ages 11* - 17 ) Are You Ready For An Adventure? Boy Scouts prove themselves in an environment that challenges their courage and tests their nerve. As a Boy Scout you'll go places you've never gone, see things you've never seen and dive into the rugged world of outdoor adventure! Don't wait - become a Boy Scout today!
*If you're a boy age 11, or at least 10 and have completed the fifth grade, or have earned the Cub Scout Arrow of Light Award the time for a real adventure is now.

Congratulations to Troop 200s Newest Eagle Scout Adam Brundieck

Posted by jscott on Jun 1 2016 - 2:46pm

Congratulations to Adam Brundieck for successfully passing his Eagle Board of Review. Be sure and congratulate Adam the next time you see him.

Calendar Sync

Posted by jscott on Mar 9 2016 - 7:41am

If you have a smart phone or use any kind of electronic Calendar I really encourage you to use the Calendar Sync option on the left side of the troop home page.  This is a very useful tool.  This feature will let you keep your personal electronic calendar in sync with the Troop website calendar. As events are added/deleted/changed on your Troop website, your personal electronic calendar will automatically be updated. No more need to manually add Troop events to your personal calendar.

Don't forget medical forms!

Posted by jvaughan on May 8 2015 - 11:48am

It is very important that each scout annually update their BSA health and medical form. And it's even more important to pay attention to health form details if your scout plans to go to summer camp, NYLT, NOAC or any event this summer that lasts longer than 72 hours.

The Passing of the Scarf: The Missing Man Ceremony

Posted by jvaughan on Dec 13 2014 - 12:18pm

Baron Ryan started a new ceremony at his Eagle court of honor that is called "The Passing of the Scarf" or also known as "The Missing Man Ceremony".  Baron's family, along with scouts from Trooop 200, have put together a video to explain and promote the new ceremony to pass it to other troops and spread it amongst the BSA family.  Max Bilbrey performed the second ceremony at his Eagle court of honor last week, presenting the honor and challenge to Kyle Deterding.

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