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As of January 1st, 2017 history was made in the New Richmond, Wisconsin, area when Boy Scout Troops 9460 and 9464 officially were merged back together as one unified Troop. Troop 9464, as they are known today as, is charted jointly by Butler Harmon American Legion Post 80 / New Richmond Kiwanis.

History of Butler Harmon American Legion Post 80

Founded in 1918, the American Legion is the largest veteran’s organization in the United States with over three million members. The American Legion is the place for you to help your buddy and for your buddy to help you. Since their charter in 1919, American Legion Butler-Harmon Post 80 has been welcoming veterans from all branches of our Armed Forces. Post 80’s mission is to implement the goals, aspirations, dreams, peace and blessings for our country, friends and families embodied in their preamble. Post 80 sponsors local students to participate in Boy State, and sponsor scholarships to better educate our children. Post 80’s offers funeral details and assistance with veteran organizations with their memorial. Legionnaires participate in many community activities such as parades, memorials, and dedications. Since 2005, Post 80 has chartered with Troop 9464 (previously called 464) to provide Scouting adventures to New Richmond, Wisconsin, area youth. From 2002-2005, Troop 9464 (previously called 464) was chartered by the New Richmond Fire Department.

History of New Richmond Kiwanis Club

Kiwanis was founded in Detroit, Michigan, on January 21, 1915. In the early years, Kiwanis clubs focused on business networking, but even then, members were serving the needs of the poor. By 1919, the organization had changed its focus from business to service. In November 1919, the Kiwanis Club of New Richmond was born when the newly formed group elected temporary officials. Now, 95 years later, Kiwanis has become a fixture of the New Richmond community and still runs many programs that serve the community and those who live in it. Since its inception, the Kiwanis Club of New Richmond has been actively involved with the advancement of the community, including helping to bring Friday Canning Company to New Richmond and helping with the construction of Holy Family Hospital (now Westfields) as well as helping with the construction of shelters in Mary Park, early installation of lights on Main Street and pushing for the city to develop a plan to pave community streets. Today, Kiwanis sponsors Boy Scouts, Cub Scouts, Venturing, Key Club and students for leadership training. Since 1958, the New Richmond Kiwanis Club has chartered Troop 9460 (previously called 460) to provide Scouting adventures to New Richmond, Wisconsin, area youth. Scouting in New Richmond dates back earlier than 1958. In fact, the first known Eagle Scout from New Richmond was in 1932.

Our Troop

We are an active, boy-led, parent-involved Troop offering life-long experiences. Our activities include camping, hiking, exploring and a wide variety of community service projects. Our goal is to provide a rich scouting program that fosters opportunities for personal advancement and achievement.

To learn more about our Boy Scout Troop, please contact our Scoutmaster or Committee Chair (see Contact Us). Our Troop meets most Sunday evenings from 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm (subject to change) at the American Legion located at 1260 Wall Street, in New Richmond, WI.