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Venturing Crew 1775 kicking off the season with a Climbing Trip at Boundless Adventures!  




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Officer elections were Tuesday, October 17th! Congratulations to our new officers!

President Catherine
VP Admin Natalie
VP Program Ella
VP Comms Jackson
QM Katrina
VP IT Natalie
Treasurer Wesley

 Below are some pictures of their swearing-in.



Group Picture from Mt. Cardigan

 Thinking of joining?  We'd love to have you!

Venturing is a part of the Boy Scouts of America for young men and women who are 13 and have completed the eighth grade, or age 14 through 20 years of age.

Venturing is based on a unique and dynamic relationship between youth, adult leaders, and organizations in their communities.  The program has exciting and meaningful activities that help youth pursue their love of the outdoors, learn about STEM, develop leadership skills, and become good citizens.  See pictures from some of our trips here

Venturing Crew 1775 is just getting rebooted.  Meeting times are still tbd.

We participate in many activities such as a monthly outdoor trip (backpacking, ice climbing, etc.), frequent STEM-based trips, various community service opportunities, and the occasional long-term adventure such as Florida Sea Base or Kandersteg International Scout Camp in Switzerland.  No experience required.

 If you would like to join us or have any questions, contact the Committee Chair Jan Gunther at 781-652-0420.



Kicking off the Venturing Season with a Climbing Trip at Boundless Adventure!

Posted by KK on Nov 27 2021 - 5:27pm

Venturing Crew 1775 Kicked off the season with a recruiting trip to Boundless Adventures - and even got to do some climbing by moonlight!

Serving Breakfast at a Soup Kitchen - Moved to June 15 and/or July 20!

Posted by jgunther on Mar 8 2019 - 6:19pm

Help serve a delicious breakfast to the guests at a soup kitchen in Boston.

We anticipate leaving Lexington by 7:15am and returning around 11:30am.  Sign up for June 15 or July 20

The Soup Kitchen is run by the Paulist Center at 5 Park Street in Boston, in the church basement. They run a breakfast on the 3rd Saturday of every month, as well as a weekly dinner on Wednesday nights.   The guests are the homeless and poor of the greater downtown area. 

Volunteers are needed to help cook (sometimes), plate food, serve, and cleanup.  Guests are served restaurant style with servers going around the room with a prepared plate for each guest. This is very similar to many of the service projects the crew has done.

Recruiting / Open House February 15 7:30-9:00pm

Posted by Ella on Feb 2 2019 - 5:02pm

Come see what Venturing is all about!

Scouting for All

Posted by jgunther on Aug 28 2018 - 5:42pm

We believe that the Scouting experience should be available to all youth in our community, regardless of financial status.  If your family can not afford the registration fee, please consult our committee treasurer Bernie Gunther in confidence at 781-652-0420.

Crew 1775 is part of the Spirit of Adventure Council which serves over 6,000 youth through 1,000 volunteers in over 200 Packs, Troops, Crews and other units without regard to color, race, religion, ethnic background, sexual orientation, or economic status. (Adopted July 19, 2001)

Provide Healthy Food for Low-Income People AND Reduce Food Waste

Posted by jgunther on Jan 17 2018 - 12:28pm

Saturday 1/20/18, 12:45pm - 4:15pm

Help at Daily Table, a not-for-profit retail store in Dorchester.  Daily Table serves the low income population as a store providing low cost groceries and ready-to-cook meals.

Volunteers can expect to:

  • sort and prepare produce in our receiving area for sale or for kitchen use
  • label and package prepared foods alongside our kitchen staff
  • help cooks in the kitchen
  • stock retail shelves
  • stock/reorganize cooler and freezer units
  • interact with customers in our food sampling/engagement area
  • assist with administrative tasks in our 420 Washington St. office

More info about the service project can be found here.

You must be 14 or above and healthy to participate.  Closed toed shoes are required.  Class B shirts are requested.

Logistics - we need about an hour to drive to Dorchester, so we will meet at LHS at 11:30.  Plan to return to Lexington at about 5:30.

Two signups are required:

1. Our website

2. Volunteer website - Please use Crew 1775 as the company/school name. You must sign up by January 15 to participate.  Both Scouts and Adults must sign up.

 If you signed up previously to go to the soup kitchen, please indicate that you are still coming with a note in the comments column.

Ski Trip - Postponed to Mar 2-4 2018

Posted by jgunther on Jan 17 2018 - 12:27pm

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Sign up for the ski trip!

The Probale Plan:
  • For Departure: meet at the Mattingly house at 6:30pm on Friday
  • For Pick Up: meet at the LHS front parking lot around 5pm on Sunday
  • Location: We will be staying at the Mattingly’s little ski cottage in Jackson, New Hampshire, so space is a bit limited.  
  • Schedule: We will be downhill skiing on Saturday at either Attitash or Wildcat Ski Mountain with an option of Cross-Country and we will be Cross-Country skiing on Sunday morning before we head back home.
Everyone going on the trip should fill out this poll about what you need to rent and what type of skiing you want to do on Saturday (https://goo.gl/forms/O5X6dpHL3w9bhZqZ2)
And of course, sign up on the website ASAP (https://www.crew1775.com/node/1692)

BSA Venture Crew # 1775, Lexington MA

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