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T1000 Clothes Closet is open every month on Money Monday to sell new items, as well as accept and distribute gently used Scout uniforms and equipment.
Here’s the list of Clothes Closet items for sale. We’re now selling socks for $8 a pair. We have a selection of sizes in the crew and ankle lengths. We carry regular and dry-fit t-shirts. Same price.
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|Month||Theme||Merit Badge||Program Patrol|
|March||Space Exploration/Spring Break||Space Exploration||Chiefs|
|June||Summer Camp||Individual-based||Bald Eagles|
|July||Cycling/Patrol Campouts||N/A||Silver Foxes|
|October||Wilderness Survival||Wilderness Survival||Panthers|
|December||Winter Camp||Individual-based||Bald Eagles|
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Fast Follow from Twitter. Receive Tweets from @Troop1000 on your phone even if you don’t have a Twitter account or use it. This is a simple way for us to get information out in real-time. Just text follow Troop1000 to 40404.
Tell Twitter to be quiet. Turn text messages on or off by sending on or off to 40404. To stop getting Troop1000 tweets, text off @troop1000 to 40404.
Keep up with the latest Tweet. If you text Get Troop1000, the most recent Tweet will be sent to your phone.
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What Is Jamboree-on-the-Internet?
Jamboree-on-the-Internet, or JOTI, is an annual international Scouting event sponsored by the World Organization of the Scout Movement. Each year, during the third weekend in October, Scouts from around the world gather online to learn about other cultures and the activities in which other Scouts participate. They communicate with each other using Internet-enabled devices such as computers, laptops, tablets, and mobile phones. Last year, JOTI had nearly 16,000 Scouts and leaders from 146 countries registered in the worldwide JOTA-JOTI database!
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