Welcome to Troop 39.

The Best Scouting Experience In Chapel Hill.

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Touch a Truck – April 30, 2017 

Touch a truck
Serving North Carolina Children's Hospital and Troop 39 since 2008.
 

Troop 39’s Mulching Service 

Troop 39’s Mulching Service

Troop 39's mulch spreading service

 

Dutch Oven Cooking 

Dutch Oven Cooking 

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Troop 39 Mulching Service

The Scouts of Troop 39  participate in high adventure trips to the Kandersteg International Scout Centre in Switzerland, the Philmont Scout Ranch in New Mexico and to in the United Kingdom, as part of the Troop’s British Exchange program with our sister troop in Bristol, England.  They work hard all year round spreading mulch in their community to raise the funds for these High Adventure trips.

By employing Troop 39 to spread mulch in your yard you not only make your garden look fresh and tidy,  you support the youth of Troop 39 directly and save yourself hours of backbreaking work.

Scoops
Spreading
Material
1 $75 Various
2 $125 Various
3 $175 Various
4 $225 Various

A scoop is 3.0 cubic yards.  The cost of the mulch material varies with the quality/type (dyed, triple-shredded, sourced from Orange County organic waste dump, etc.) you choose.  We are happy to advise you on how much mulch you might need, what mulch might be right for you, and to help with ordering/delivery.  Regardless of the mulch you choose, we look forward to being of service.

To arrange for Troop 39 to spread mulch in your yard, please contact Mr. Mulch today!

Steam rises around one of the scouts of Troop 39  spreading mulch on a crisp November morning at the University United Methodist Church on Franklin Street, November 2009.

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