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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.

February 28 Troop Meeting

Posted on Feb 21 2017 - 3:20pm

Meet in Gathering Space in front of church. Troop can not meet in gym due to church dinner being held Tuesday night. Also OA elections will be held. Must have at least 50% of registered members present to hold the election. See details on the troop website calendar.

Camp Card Fundraiser- POC Mrs. Johnston

Posted on Feb 21 2017 - 3:16pm

Scouts earn your way to camp by selling Camp Cards. Only $5 each. 50% profit for you to use to pay for camp!

2nd Class Hike 2/18/17 to be reschedule date to be announced

Posted on Feb 17 2017 - 6:21pm

We have a hike for the 2nd class hiking requirement to plan for a future date. Once schedule on a date that works for remaining scouts who need this requirement, this will take place at Clark Park on the Cape Fear River Trail.

Methodist Scout Sunday - St Andrews UMC - February 12, 2017

Posted on Feb 13 2017 - 6:05am

Thank you all who participated In Scout Sunday. This was a nice way to show support of our charter organization. 

Service Hours Requirements

Posted on Feb 1 2017 - 1:36pm

See what is required by rank here. Conservation service hours are required too. A good rule of thumb is if the environment or animals benefit from the service, then it is probably conservation-related. You can look at the BSA's Conservation Awards and Recognitions to get some ideas of what might be considered conservation-related. Cleaning a lot or trail of trash is a conservation project. However, if a scout activity generated the trash the scout picked up then it would not count. If this trash was there before the event then it should count. Remember Leave No Trace principals includes trash your trash, and Be courteous to other visitors. The outdoor code states Be clean in my outdoor manners. Be sure to have your service hours activity approved by a scout leader before the event, log the hours in your scout handbook and show proof of the service hours to Ms. Griffin to record in Troop Master.

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