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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

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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.

BSA Swimmer Classification

Posted on Apr 11 2021 - 6:19pm

Scouts and Scouters sign up   for your annual swimmer classification test time slot for this meeting. Cost is $3 per swimmer. All scouts and scouters must take the BSA Swimmer Classification Test annually in order to participate in aquatic activities. Additionally, to become a first class scout, you must successfully complete the BSA Swimmer test. Here are some tips to get for the BSA swimmer test in April. Knowledge of Safe Swim Defense is also needed. 

Fitness Rank Requirements

Posted on Apr 11 2021 - 6:19pm

Tenderfoot, Second Class, and First Class all have fitness requirements. 2nd and 1st class require scouts to be physically active at least 30 minutes a day for five days a week for four weeks and keep track of your activities. For this eight weeks of logging physical activity, you can create your own log or use a template found online or in the files section of our troop website. Consider using the Scout Strong Activity Log and working towards the Scout Strong Patch at the same time as working on rank requirements. Sign up for fitness testing for tenderfoot on the troop website or contact troop guide Timothy Johnston and Max Hanson. 

Youth Scoutbook Account

Posted on Mar 25 2021 - 1:24pm

Only parents can enable youth access to scoutbook. Follow theses instructions to provide your scout a means to utilize scoutbook and message within the troop. 

HOW TO SET UP TEXT MESSAGING IN SCOUTBOOK

Posted on Mar 25 2021 - 1:24pm

Log into Scoutbook. Go to My Dashboard then My Account then Edit Profile

Make sure you have a cell phone number entered, select your cell phone service provider, then click the Activate / Verify button.  A verification code will be sent to your cell phone.  Enter that in the pop up box that Scoutbook will provide when the button is pressed and your account will now be able to be sent text messages.

Before attending any scouting event review this checklist

Posted on Mar 11 2021 - 7:36am

Pre event Medical Screening Checklist This checklist was updated 12/2020.  If the answer is YES to any one of the five questions, the participant must stay home.  If all answers are NO, proceed to the symptoms list.  If your or anyone in your household has any one or more of the following new or worsening signs or symptoms of possible COVID-19, the entire household must stay home.  If you honestly answer No and neither you or anyone in your household has symptoms, PLEASE enjoy the scouting event and practice the 3 Ws - wear a face covering, wait six feet a part, wash your hands.   

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Posted on Mar 8 2021 - 8:28pm

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