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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!

 

Summer Camp Update

Posted on Apr 15 2014 - 1:24am

NEW!  Check out all the new resources and forms added to the website under Files/2014 Summer Camp - Rodney Scout Reservation.  All Scouts and Adults are required to have a current BSA Medical Form signed by a physician upon arrival at camp.  The RSR Description of Program lists all Merit Badges and other programs offered, for what age they are recommended, and all prerequisites.  Merit Badge signups go live online on 4/27/14.  Please note that Merit Badge class sizes are limited.  For the best opportunity to get into the classes you want, be sure to fill out your RSR Program Planning Worksheet with the aid of the RSR Program Schedule and turn it in at our 4/24 meeting.

Winter Hiking Club

Posted on Dec 17 2013 - 1:24am


With our warmup hikes behind us, we're ready to begin our 10-mile hikes for the Hiking Merit Badge.  Our first is this Saturday.  Connor will be leading us in a hike starting within Ridley Creek State Park and heading over to Wilderness Trail in the adjacent Tyler Arboretum.  Click the event to the right for more details.  
Next month Tobey will be leading us on a hike he planned through Valley Forge National Historic Park.  These hikes are open to everyone and are a fun way to get some healthy exercise and stay in shape over the winter months.  If you wish to earn the merit badge, please come up with some hike plans of your own and present them at any of our January troop meetings.

Cradle of Liberty Merit Badge College - Come in with your Merit Badge selections this Thursday

Posted on Dec 3 2013 - 2:39am

Registration is now open for the Cradle of Liberty Council first annual Merit Badge College and is limited to the first 280 Scouts to sign up.  You can select up to four (4) merit badges out of the 42 being offered.  Depending on the merit badges, there may be some requirements you will need to complete prior to the first Merit Badge College session on Saturday, 22 February 2014, and there may be some homework assigned to complete by the second Merit Badge College session on Saturday, 15 March 2014.  You must do all assigned work and attend both sessions to earn the merit badge(s).  The Saturday sessions run from 8:00am through 4:00pm and are being held at the Williamson Free School of Mechanical Trades on RT 352 near the Granite Run Mall.  The cost is $10 per Scout and you will need to bring a bag lunch.  A flyer with the event details, a list of merit badges offered, and a schedule of when the merit badges are being offered can be found on our website under Files/Cradle of Liberty Merit Badge College.  If you come in with your selections and $10 this Thursday, we can complete an online troop signup for all who are interested.

Cooking Merit Badge to Join Eagle-Required List Jan. 1

Posted on Nov 1 2013 - 11:59am

Significant changes are coming to the Cooking merit badge. First, this badge will become Eagle-required beginning Jan. 1, 2014. In addition, there will be a major overhaul to the requirements, which will take effect Jan. 1, 2015.

Popcorn is Here!

Posted on Nov 1 2013 - 11:24am

All Take Order popcorn is now here.  If you have not picked up your popcorn, please make arrangements with Assistant Scoutmaster Bryan to collect your Take Order product.  All payments are due to the troop at the time you pick up your customers' orders.

Troop 219 Survived the Pine Barrens!

Posted on Oct 1 2013 - 9:14am

What a trip this one was!  Scouts canoed and hiked from Atsion to Batsto along the Mullica River with a campout at a wilderness campsite.  The weather was perfect and except for a few scouts winding up in the river fully clothed, it was a successful outing.  Two scouts completed their Wilderness Survival Merit Badges by sleeping in shelters they made out of natural materials they found in the woods.  Nobody turned on their electronics which kept the Jersey Devil away, so we were all safe.

BSA Troop # 219

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