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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

  Interested in learning more about Boy Scouting and Troop 6?

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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.

University of Scouting

Posted on Oct 16 2017 - 6:58am

Great one day of training for parents, leaders and youth age 14 and up! November 4, 2017  Flyer, Course Catalog and registration online. How to Register Tips.

Belk Charity Sale

Posted on Oct 16 2017 - 6:48am

Belk Charity Sale is a private ticketed event on Saturday November 4 from 6 to 10 am. Tickets are $5 which benefits local charities. When you shop on Nov 4 you get $5 off your first purchase as a thank you from Belk for supporting charity. Save on rarely discounted brands. First 100 customers receive a gift card in each Belk Store. See attached flyers for lists of special sale items. Scouts going to Philmont in 2018 are selling these tickets. See Trent or Jonah if you wish to purchase a ticket.

Troop Meeting on Halloween?

Posted on Oct 16 2017 - 6:48am

Discuss with your family your Halloween plans. Do you want to attend a troop meeting on Halloween? or Do you have plans for celebrating Halloween in with your family or at a neighborhood or church event? Be prepare with your answer for the next troop meeting. Youth leadership will be taking a poll to help them plan ahead for October 31.

Four Steps to Advancement in Boy Scouting

Posted on Oct 11 2017 - 7:14am

The 4 steps to advancement are: 1. A Scout learns. 2. A Scout is tested. 3. A Scout is reviewed. 4. A Scout is recognized.     Overview  The first four ranks (scout, tenderfoot, second class, first class) focus on scout skills and can be worked on simultaneously but must be earned in order. Requirement completion may be signed by a scout two ranks higher, an assistant scout master, or the scout master. The signature and date in the scout handbook  must be legible.  Upon completing a requirement, the scout or parent, may enter the completion in scoutbook.com. Then the scout should show the Advancement chair the signed handbook so the Advancement chair can mark the requirement as approved in scoutbook. Thus there are two records maintained for each scout - the paper handbook and the online scoutbook.

How do I earn free movie tickets to the new Star Wars Movie?

Posted on Oct 11 2017 - 7:13am

By filling up a popcorn take order form. Want a hammock? Sell $700 worth of popcorn. Learn about these incentives and more on the Occoneechee Council Popcorn page. Check out the Popcorn Page for tips on making sales, setting up an account for online sales, and what prizes you earn in addition to the 30% of sales that you earn for your scout account with Troop 6.

Winter Camp

Posted on Oct 11 2017 - 7:13am

Camp Durant is trying a new event called Winter Camp in January 2018. Follow the link to read about this new event.

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