We are a group of young men and dedicated adults having fun and adventure in the great outdoors while living the principles of the Boy Scout Oath and Law.Troop 333, chartered on February 1, 1963, has a rich history of leadership development and a tradition of service to the community.
A significant number of our Scouts achieve the rank of Eagle Scout — a rank attained by fewer than 2% of all youth who enter the Scouting program.
The Troop follows the principles of a “boy-run troop” where Scouts, through their elected leadership, plan and execute the meetings, activities and outings. The adult leaders act as an ever present resource to help, advise and support them in achieving their goals, which they have indicated are:
- Make sure that Scouts have fun and learn at the same time.
- Keep scouts interested in advancement and stay involved in Scouting.
- Guide boys in planning the troop program.
- Provide leadership training and developmental opportunities for scouts.
The troop will have a large selection of quality, Ohio-grown trees available for sale:
Fridays 5-8 pm
Saturdays 9 am – 7 pm
Sundays 11 am – 7pm
beginning Saturday, Nov. 30 and continuing until all trees are sold.
Our trees this year include 6-12 foot Fraser Firs, Colorado Blue Spruce and Scotch Pine. Trees are available at a variety of price points to fit your budget. Proceeds from the tree sale support troop activities and gear acquisition.
Boy Scout Christmas tree sales are a long-standing tradition in Hudson. So, come out, have a treat in the cabin, select a fresh, quality tree, and have the Scouts load it for transport.
Your support in purchasing trees is greatly appreciated – Thank you from Troop 333!
Looking for information about Boy Scouting and area troops? Webelos I and II and their parents are invited to join Troop 333 for a special campout this November:
Webelos Campout and Turkey Roast (Vale Edge Cabin, Camp Manatoc) – Nov. 9-10, 2013
This event features Troop 333′s famous outdoor roasted turkey feast, with all of the trimmings, scouting skills stations developed by Troop 333 scouts, and opportunities learn more about Boy Scouting and Troop 333′s activities.
Troop 333 parents, leaders and scouts will be on hand to answer questions about the troop’s program and to share stories about the troop’s previous adventures. Please click on the link above for detailed information and to RSVP.
Ready to learn more right now? Feel free to browse our website and check out our Webelos page for info about troop meetings, upcoming events and more.
A First Class scout from Troop 333 of Hudson, Ohio gave his time and service to coordinate a warm clothing drive to benefit the less fortunate and homeless in Akron.
In December 2012, over 535 items of warm clothing, including hats, coats, and gloves, were collected and sorted by the Troop 333 First Class scout. These items were then distributed to Akron area homeless living under the Y Bridge by the Matthew 8:20 Mission, a street ministry in Akron. Hot soup, sandwiches, cocoa and coffee were also served to the homeless by the scout and his volunteer helpers as part of this project.
Bill Young, leader of the Matthew 8:20 Mission, mentioned that this was the largest one-time donation that that Matthew 8:20 Mission has received on behalf of the homeless and less fortunate. On the morning of the drop off, guests who partook of the donations expressed their gratitude and exchanged smiles with the scout and his helpers.
Troop 333 congratulates this scout on his first, and very successful, service project.