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Palace Station 35th Anniversary

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Attendees can register here: Troop 109 celebrates its 35th consecutive year providing service at Palace Station in the Bradshaw Mountains. Palace Station is the only surviving stage coach stop along the Senator Highway and has been designated a U.S. Historical Site. Each year in September, the Troop camps at Palace Station for two nights and performs hundreds of collective hours …

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New Outing Video

Take a look back at last summer’s Camp Geronimo, the August 2011 outing to the Lava River Tubes, Palace Station 2011, the October 2011 Survival Outing, the November 2011 backpacker, January 2012 Superstitions outing and the February 2012 base camp at Weimer Ranch and Picacho Peak.

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Great Outing at Palace Station

It was a great year at Palace Station.  Chef Red, sous chef Dave and the kitchen put on a culinary extravaganza serving up slow roasted beef brisket with Carolina BBQ sauce, the best cowboy beans and the tastiest fresh-made potato salad ever.  We got a record amount of work done preserving this important piece of American history (the historic Palace …

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Troop 109 in the news for its service at Palace Station

Boy Scouts of America Celebrate 30 years of caring for Palace Station Courtesy photo Boy Scouts from Troop 109 apply stain to the aged timbers of the Palace Station stage stop on the Prescott National Forest this fall to help preserve it. By Joanna Dodder Nellans The Daily Courier Boy Scouts of America Troop 109 recently celebrated 30 years of …

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