The Wolverine Patrol
The Wolverine Patrol of Troop 75. Wolverines are known not only for strength but for ferocity. The idea dates back at least to the early 1900s, when Ernest Thompson Seton, one of the founders of the Boy Scouts of America, wrote: "Picture a weasel … that little demon of destruction, that small atom of insensate courage, that symbol of slaughter, sleeplessness, and tireless, incredible activity—picture that scrap of demoniac fury, multiply that mite some fifty times, and you have the likeness of a wolverine." (According to a wolverine biologist in Montana, myths about the animal's hardy, killer nature stem primarily from "the overactive imagination of north-country trappers.") From Slate.com
The Wolverine Patrol meets weekly every Wednesday from 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM.