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Boy Scout Troop 21
(Zeeland, Michigan)
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Welcome to Troop 21's Web Page

 Troop 21 was organized in 1913 and is currently chartered by
Second Reformed Church in Zeeland, MI...

we are part of the
Gerald R. Ford Council

The mission of Troop 21 is to prepare boys to make ethical and moral choices over their lifetimes by instilling in them the values of the Scout Oath and Law.


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Troop 21 at Camp Gerber, Twin Lake, MI ~ 2012



Troop 21 at Camp Gerber, Twin Lake, MI ~ 1979


2010 Lakeshore District Klondike Derby Champions

Watch a video of our Championship Klondike Derby Performance.
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The 2009 Lakeshore District Klondike Derby Champions retained their title at the 2010 Lakeshore District Klondike Derby at Silver Creek Park in Hamilton, MI. The Scouts from Troop 21, Zeeland, MI outscored their competition by only a single point in this year's derby. Scout skills were tested in Shelter Building, Lashing & Knot Tying, First Aid, Fire Building, Cooking, Teamwork & Compass/Orienteering.

Journey To Excellence 2013


Troop 21 ~ Recipients of the Journey to Excellence 2011 Silver Award

"Scouting's Journey to Excellence" is the BSA's new council performance recognition program designed to encourage and reward success and measure the performance of our units, districts, and councils. It is replacing the Centennial Quality Awards Program as a means of encouraging excellence in providing a quality program at all levels of the BSA.