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Troop 219, Wayne, PA

Cradle of Liberty, Boy Scouts of America

Since 1937, we have been helping Scouts build character based on both the BSA values and those of our sponsoring organization, St. Katharine of Siena Parish.

 Our activities include camping, hiking, rock climbing, community service, and more. We have a year round schedule that incorperates learning, skill building, and fun for all members. 

 

 

For more info, visit the "About Troop 219" link on the left!

 

Constellation District First Aid Meet May 1

Posted on Apr 19 2021 - 1:22pm

The Constellation District will host its Annual First Aid Derby on Saturday May 1st, 2021 at the Ridley Creek Site 13 field - 8am check in with a hard start 8:30am - competition ending no later than 12:00pm.

Liberty Jam Weekend at Musser Scout Reservation

Posted on Apr 19 2021 - 12:53pm
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             THE MAIN EVENT!

New Troop Instagram Page

Posted on Feb 11 2021 - 9:28pm

Thanks to Ganesh, Troop 219 has a new Instagram page.  Please be sure to click on the following link (https://instagram.com/troop_219_wayne?r=nametag) or scan the QR Code to the left and click on Follow.

Scouting for Food!

Posted on Nov 13 2020 - 5:57pm

Wayne Troop 219 is Scouting for Food!  Neighborhood doorhanger distribution is Saturday morning, November 14, 2020.  Food collection is Saturday morning, November 21, 2020.  Both Saturdays Scouts are to meet at the SKS parking lot at 9am.

Cancellations & Postponement

Posted on Mar 25 2020 - 4:47pm

Sorry to report that due to the public health crisis, our Assateague Island Beach Campout has been cancelled.  Also cancelled is the Delco Camporee.  Our Raft-o-ree weekend has not been cancelled, but has been postponed to a later to-be-determined date.  Summer camp is still a go.

Epic Backpacking in St. Anthony's Wilderness

Posted on Mar 9 2020 - 12:49pm

Conditions were excellent this weekend for a +/-14 mile backpack through St. Anthony's wilderness in Central Pa. Clear skies both days and a near-full moon lit up the night sky.

Our patrol performed flawlessly under the leadership of Patrol Leader Sishel Namana. Scouts encountered a number of obstacles including a harrowing boulder scramble across a swift and cold stream, nighttime temps below freezing, wolves (maybe - heard but not seen), and having to carry all their supplies on their backs. 

In addition to all Scouts completing several requirements of the camping and cooking merit badges, they learned to work together for a fun outing.

BSA Troop # 219

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