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Troop 46 is a scout run troop with adult supervision that serves 11 to 18 year old boys in western Knox County, Tennessee. It is in the Toqua District of the Great Smoky Mountain Council. The troop was chartered in 1960. The chartering organization for Troop 46 is the Cokesbury United Methodist Church. 

Our troop meetings are normally at the Cokesbury Center on Monday evenings at 7:00 pm. See the troop calendar for specific meetings and events.

Troop 46 is On the Go!

Posted on Feb 2 2016 - 4:32pm

Troop 46 is On the Go! Check out February 2016 updates from the link on the menu.

Honor Air

Posted on Jan 31 2016 - 9:42pm

2015-04-15 06.44.20Troop 46 was exceptionally well represented this mornin at McGee-Tyson by the Scouts who got up SUPER EARLY, donned freshly laundered uniforms, and made their way through some pretty hard rain to the airport.  Once there, they served as part of the Honor Guard that helped send off 125 World War II and Korean War Veterans for a one-day trip to the nation’s capital that included visits to many of the historic landmarks including the service and war memorials.Many thanks to the parents and adult leaders who also got up super early and made this service opportunity a reality for their Scouts.

Rocket Launch

Posted on Jan 31 2016 - 9:41pm

The troop had a great time at the rocket launch event coordinated by the Ram Patrol. It was hosted by Mr. Row at his house. Lots of Rockets were sent skyward on a chilly day. Mr. Row and Ben Row treated us to great barbeque and fixn’s as well.

Ski trip to Winterplace

Posted on Jan 31 2016 - 6:44pm

     Arriving on January 8th, Troop 46 had a great sleep in the majestic cabins of Winterplace after driving for hours. The next morning, they awoke early ready to ski. They enjoyed an energized day and a half of skiing and snowboarding. Some also decided to tackle the merit badge of skiing or snowboarding. Everyone can look forward to it next year!

Empty Stocking Fund

Posted on Jan 31 2016 - 6:43pm

     What a great turn-out we had on the 23rd of December to help thousands of less-fortunate folks in our community have a better Christmas!  Many, many thanks to those of you who showed up bright and early on a dreary and wet morning to tackle the tough but rewarding job of carrying the heavy food baskets to the recipients’ cars. An estimated 10,000 less-fortunate people in our community were able to enjoy a holiday meal because of your help! Special thanks to Mr. Elliott and Mr. Schlicher for spear-heading this effort for us.

Great job to Colin Killins and Jared Heath (November), and Jesse Goodwin (July), Troop 46's newest Eagle Scouts

Posted on Jan 31 2016 - 6:43pm

Way to go to our recent Eagle Scouts, Jesse Goodwin (July), and Jared Heath and Collin Killins (November). Good luck on the rest of your journey.

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