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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.

E-Prep Campout

Posted on Sep 21 2014 - 9:29pm
The zombies have come to Camp Buck Toms! Last weekend, on the 23rd and 24th of August, scouts went to camp to learn about being prepared in difficult situations as well as work on the Emergency Preparedness Merit Badge. Along the way, they got to go on an adventure through camp and decript messages sent by mission control through walkie-talkies. It was a fun and exciting campout. Thank you to the SPL and ASPL for organizing the phone tree and to the scoutmasters for providing the special materials needed for this experience!

Troop 46 Court of Honor

Posted on Sep 21 2014 - 9:28pm

The troop gathered in shelter 6 in Concord Park to celebrate the Troop 46 Court of Honor. Many adults came and prepared hamburgers and hotdogs for the scouts and their parents. However, the good food was not the only source of excitement in this celebration. Many boys earned merit badges and progressed in their ranks towards the Eagle badge. Special congratulations goes to Mobin Araghi on reaching the Eagle rank!

Congratulations Mobin Araghi - Troop 46's newest Eagle Scout

Posted on Jul 3 2014 - 8:04am

Mobin Eagle Scout Project at CokesburyCongratulations to Mobin Araghi for earning his Eagle Award on June 26th.  Mobin's Eagle Project was to create flower bed's for the campus at Cokesbury.  Way to go Mobin!

The First Troop 46 Olympics

Posted on Jun 17 2014 - 7:54pm

The patrols cheered as Ethan ran across the field to light the torch, declaring the beginning of the first Troop Olympic games. Taking place at the Two Rivers Church on Saturday, May 21, the games featured a wide array of challenges involving ingenuity, teamwork and fun. Balancing over pits of lava, getting each other over walls, and launching  water balloons at extreme distances, patrol members had to work together to win the Olympic rings which would hang proudly on their flag. Stopping only for water breaks, hamburgers and hotdogs, the patrols battled for the title of champion. In the end, the patrol that gained the privilege to win the olympic rings was a combination of the Wolf and Otter patrols.

Troop Elections on May 19th

Posted on May 7 2014 - 2:00pm
We will be having our  troop elections on Monday night, May 19th.  
 
All Scouts wishing to hold a troop or Patrol position must complete a Leadership Choice application.  If you do not complete a Leadership Choice Application, you will not be eligible to hold a position.  The Leadership Choice Application is attached.

Special Spirit Award at Spring Camporee has Troop 46 Happy, Happy, Happy

Posted on May 7 2014 - 1:58pm

 

Troop 46 won a special spirit award at the Spring Camporee.  The award was plush Duck Dynasty Figures, and a Duck Dynasty Blanket.  

The troop sported matching Camoflouge Neckerchiefs with Shotgun Shell slides, and Philip Underwood expertly crafted a duck blind entrance to our campsite.

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