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.


Posted on Feb 3 2016 - 8:31pm

William Johnston is the troop libraian and has access too merit badge books and other books that will help you in your classes.

Scout Sunday Services at St Andrews UMC

Posted on Feb 2 2016 - 6:59am

The United Methodist Church will celebrate Scout Sunday on February 14, 2016. If you are not attending the troop camping trip this weekend, please sign up to attend one of the church services to show your appreciation to our charter organization by participating in Scout Sunday. Please wear your scout field dress uniform (class A) with merit badge sash. Attend either the 8:30 am or 11:00 am service (or both). Please arrive 30 minutes early at 8:00 am or 10:30 am so you can practice for the flag ceremony. Scouts will greet people at all entrances and participate in an opening flag ceremony. Refreshments will be served between services from approximately 9:30 to 10:30 am. Please sign up and in the notes list which service you will attend.

Earn the Recruiter Strip

Posted on Feb 2 2016 - 6:59am

Invite boys age 11-17 to visit troop 6. If someone you invite joins troop 6, you earn the recruiter strip.

New BSA Rank Advancement Requirements as of January 1, 2016

Posted on Feb 2 2016 - 6:58am

Please read the new BSA Boy Scout rank requirements that take effect January 1, 2016. overview of changes. List comparing old and new rank advancement requirements.

Why boys need summer resident camp?

Posted on Jan 27 2016 - 10:50pm

The Boy Scout program is based on many outdoor skills, and by learning and using these skills, Boy Scouts prepare for responsible adult lives. Troop meetings, hikes, and overnight campouts give boys the opportunity for advancement, leadership experience, and the ability to live with others—under the wise counsel of a Scoutmaster who sets an example for the boys he leads. Resident camp—usually six or seven days in length—is the climax of the troop's year-round program. In the setting of this Boy Scout training center, boys live Scouting's ideals, participate as members of a patrol, make strides in their personal growth, and have opportunities for advancement and other meaningful programs. With a trained staff, resident camp can help the troop, the patrol, and the individual Boy Scout. The resident camp experience strengthens the troop by providing a goal toward which the troop can prepare throughout the year. Register for summer camp on theTroop website calendar for June.

Tax deductible expenses for scout volunteers

Posted on Jan 24 2016 - 8:59pm

Scout leaders check out this article on deductible expenses when volunteering as a scout leader. 

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