The Clothing Closet is something that the troop does to help parents defray the cost of Boy Scout uniforms by recycling the other Scout's old ones, while helping the troop earn a little extra money. When a Scout outgrows his pants, shorts, shirts, Scout T-shirts, hiking boots, or any other paraphernalia, parents may donate these items to the troop. In turn, the troop will put a small price on it and try to sell these items to other members of the troop. This is an excellent way to add secondary uniform pieces to your son's wardrobe. It is especially good when summer camp rolls around to have multiple uniforms and activity shirts.
Please feel free to donate anything you can. You'd be surprised when a pair of pants with worn out knees are bought, cut off and made into shorts, or when an old, outgrown, grungy, Super Troop T‑shirt can be added as a secondary shirt for those messy summer camps!
See the list below (updated May 3, 2015) or click this link to Clothing Closet Inventory to download the Clothing Closet Inventory.
Contact Darcie for information.