BSA trunk club: 10 photos of mobile Scouting storage spaces

Angela has a trunk full of Scouting for Food donations. Jennifer’s SUV can hold 80 dozen doughnuts for a troop fundraiser. And Rob fills his hatchback with camping and paddling supplies.

Scouters from coast to coast (or should I say Interstate 5 to Interstate 95?) use their cars as mobile storage spaces for all things Scouting.

That’s why I asked to see photos of your car’s trunk, and you responded in a big way.

Here are 10 of my favorites. If you have a trunk photo to share, learn how to send it to me at the end of this post.

Rob C., Troop 103, Miamisburg, Ohio

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Miguel D., Pack 75 and Troop 75

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Angela F., Pack 99, Newtown, Pa. (“859 pounds of food for Scouting for Food”)

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Scott S., Pack 29, Lynchburg, Va.

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Katie H., Troop 850, Myrtle Beach, S.C.

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Pedro J.

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Molton (Eagle project supplies, camporee items and more)

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Jennifer H., Troop 99, Albany, Ore. (80 dozen doughnuts for a troop Veteran’s Day fundraiser)

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Melissa D., Pack 451, Knoxville, Tenn.

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Eric Z., Troop 4, Cotati, Calif. (“Ready to go camping at a moment’s notice”)

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Have a trunk photo to share?

Here’s what to do:

  1. Email a high-res photo to scoutingmag@gmail.com. Just one photo, please.
  2. Make the subject line “Scouting trunk.”
  3. Include your first name and last initial, Scout unit number and hometown.
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