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The boys and leaders of Troop 6 welcome you!


Troop 6 welcomes all boys ages 11 to 18.

We have a vigorous outdoor and advancement program including year-round monthly overnight outings.  All activities are planned BY the boys FOR the boys with minimal adult intervention.  In this way, the boys of Troop 6 grow into independent, confident, responsible young men.  Our philosophy in all that we do is "Prepared for Life".

Interested in learning more?  Join us for one of our weekly Tuesday night Troop meetings in the St Andrews UMC gym or

  Click the Contact Us link in the Menu (look on the left side of this page).

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Troop 6 is chartered and sponsored by St Andrews United Methodist Church.

Not 11 yet? Check out the St Andrew UMC-chartered Cub Scout Pack 895.

OA Chapter Photo

Posted on Nov 23 2014 - 9:32pm

Arrowmen, We will be taking a chapter picture (youth only) on 4 December at the district roundtable at 7 pm at Gardner United Methodist Church 4555 Rosehill Rd, Fayetteville 28311. Please attend so that we can begin a new tradition of an annual chapter photo. Please attend wearing the field uniform (Class A) with OA sash. Pass the word to all of the youth members.Leaders, please pass the word to the youth arrowmen in your units. We have 84 youth members in the chapter, it would be great if we could have them all present. Please help me with this. Art Bisbee

Eagle Project "Bush Hog Memorial" on Nov 22nd - Volunteer Slots Filled

Posted on Nov 19 2014 - 8:24pm

"Bush Hog Memorial" Refurbishment Eagle Scout Project - Phase I

Thanks to those who have volunteered to help on on Sat. Nov. 22nd 9 a.m.-1 p.m.

Eagle Scholarships

Posted on Nov 17 2014 - 8:53pm

FYI on NESA Eagle Scholarships. follow the link

new merit badges

Posted on Nov 16 2014 - 3:44pm

Read about the new merit badges to be available soon and which merit badges are being revised

Camporee follow up

Posted on Nov 9 2014 - 10:28pm

Check out the video, photos, and food drive results from camporee Ignite the Spirit. Leaders please take the unit leader survey.

What it takes to be a trained leader?

Posted on Oct 10 2014 - 4:45pm

Leaders please read What makes a Trained Leader?.     Check out training opportunities to get the training you may need by looking on the Occoneechee Council calendar.   Be sure to look for training on being a Merit Badge Counselor, Range Safety Officer, NRA shotgun and rifle training, COPE/Tower training, and Paddle Craft Training.

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