Articles about Troop 63 are often published by our local newspaper The Sudbury Town Crier and other media outlets such as Sudbury Patch. On this page you will find links to some of these articles which are published online.
Snow may only now be coating the streets of Boston, but when Sudbury scouts recently ventured north to try their hand at ice climbing, it didn’t take long for them to discover winter was already in full swing. For the 33 members of Boy Scout Troop 63 and Venture Crew 1776 — comprising scouts between the ages of 11 and 20 as well as adult chaperones — leaving the slushy Massachusetts suburbs for Crawford Notch, N.H., meant a 29-degree wake-up call accompanied by snow flurries.
Read Full Article at The Boston Globe - Young ice climbers reach new heights
The list of Troop 63 Eagle is now a bit longer. Vikram Gopal, a senior at Lincoln Sudbury High School, and Liam Dunphy, a recent L-S graduate, were awarded the Boy Scout of America’s highest award on Saturday, Feb.7 (2015) at the Goodnow Library before a packed house of Scouts, parents, and well-wishers.
Read Full Article at The Sudbury Town Crier - Troop 63 honors two new Eagle Scouts
Chris Evans, who plays the lead character "Cap" in Marvel's Captain America: The Winter Soldier, says his character was modeled after a Troop 63 Eagle Scout he knew from growing up in Sudbury, Massachusetts. Here is a quote from a recent interview with the GeekDad blog:
Q: Do you find that a character like Captain America plays like a role model?
Chris Evans: Oh, completely. There's a kid that I grew up with named Charlie Morris. He's the best kid I know. He was an Eagle Scout. And being an Eagle Scout is not easy — you've got to really do it for a long time. But he's just such a good man, and he genuinely, genuinely puts himself last. He lives by a code. And so when I took the role, I told Charlie, "Listen. I'm modeling this after you." And it's such a great character to aspire to be.
Read the full interview at the GeekDad blog: Chris Evans on Becoming Cap
In a gathering in front of more than 100 friends, family members, fellow Scouts, and local officials, David Korzeniowski, Isaac Feldberg, Mark Tentarelli, and James Freeman were awarded the Eagle Scout rank, the highest in the Boy Scout program. The Court of Honor took place at Our Lady of Fatima on Thursday, January 9.
Read Full Article at Sudbury Patch - Four Eagles Take Flight
This past Monday, Oct. 8 (2012), Sudbury Boy Scout Troop 63 held a Court of Honor at Our Lady of Fatima Church to advance two scouts, Remington Chin and Robert Pringle, to the prestigious rank of Eagle Scout. In order to attain the award, Chin and Pringle both completed Eagle Projects designed to demonstrate their leadership skills and benefit their local community.
Read Full Article at The Sudbury Town Crier - Sudbury Teens Promoted to Eagle Scout