Monday, November 9, 2020

Troop 466 Christmas Tree Sales

This year, as with previous years, we will conduct a Christmas Tree Sale.  However, due to COVID, things will be a bit different.

Here is what you need to know:

  • We will have a much smaller number of trees available than normal.
  • Due to the smaller number of trees available, you can Pre-Order to reserve a tree.  The order form is available below.  Please read all of the information carefully on the form before ordering.  All Pre-Order Forms must be in by Dec. 1st.  No Exceptions
  • We will only have 6' to 7' Frasier Fir trees for sale.  They will be available at one set price. 
  • Douglas Fir trees will not be available due to a drought and an early frost, which killed many.
  • Trees will be displayed on racks but will not be unwrapped.
  • We will not trim trees this year.
  • We will assist you with loading the tree on your vehicle, if needed.
  • We will not tie trees to vehicles, but will provide twine, if needed.
  • Social distancing and masks will be required. 
  • We will only be open on the weekends, from 9am to 5pm.  No weekday sales.
  • Once the trees are all sold, the sale will end.
Tree pick-up will begin on Saturday, December 5th and Sunday, December 6th, as well as, Dec. 12th and Dec. 13th.   
Note: We cannot guarantee that there will be trees available for walk-in sales.  However, please watch this website for further announcements. 
We thank you for all of your support over the years and thank you in advance, for your understanding during this time.

If you have any questions, please contact us at



Saturday, October 17, 2020

Bridging Ceremony - October 2020 (Part Two)


Yes, they are not official BSA socks but they were cool!

Fr. Calis, our sponsor, welcoming everyone to the event.

Tuesday, October 13, 2020

Bridging Ceremony - Oct. 2020 (Part One)

 Due to COVID, it has been a long time since we met in person.   


A number of camping trips, hikes and even summer camp was cancelled.


However, after some discussion, we had a Bridging Ceremony with Pack 23 and Pack 466.  A total of eight (8) Webloes bridged.   We will put out a series of photos from this event.


Nothing says a Troop 466 event like Little Debbie Cakes!

Practicing the Opening Ceremony

The Opening Ceremony


Wednesday, July 8, 2020

BTOW 1998 Snapshot

BTOW went once again to Grand Teton & Yellowstone.  

The average round trip ticket was apx. $229.