Community Service – Park Cars – Gardiner 5K Run

The Town of Gardiner has asked Troop 172 for Boy Scout volunteers to direct cars to parking spaces on July 17 from 5:30 pm to 7:00 pm for the 12th Annual Gardiner 5K Run/Walk and BBQ. Class B shirts should be worn.   For more information and to sign up, please contact Glenn Eckert: gkeckert@aol.com […]

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Nathan Kerpez – Eagle Court of Honor June 29, 2014 @ 3:30 pm

Eagle Scout Court of Honor Congratulations Nathan P. Kerpez on attaining Boy Scouting’s highest achievement and honor! Click here for details on attending Nathan’s COH. Current and former Troop 172 Boy Scouts, Leaders and Families…are all welcome to attend! Even if you don’t know Nathan, this is an ideal opportunity to see “one of our […]

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Congratulations to Our Newest OA Members

Three of our boys; Tyler, Abe and Alec, spent the weekend at Camp TriMount going through their Ordeal, which included 24 hours of silence and “service with a smile” (meaning they worked their tails off!). The weekend culminated with an Initiation Ceremony and fun. Congratulations Arrowmen, the whole troop is proud of you.

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Summer Camp Medical Forms Needed Now…Don’t Delay

It’s that time again…. Summer Camp Medical Forms are needed! All scouts should have a copy of these forms on file with the troop—they are required for all trips. So, even if you’re not going to summer camp, please make sure to get them on file with Alison Easton. Forms can be turned in at the information desk at any […]

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Merit Badge Schedule – TriMount 2014

Get a jump on planning your week at Summer Camp. Look at the schedule with your friends and take the same Merit Badge Sessions together. Note: The Eagle Required, “Communications Merit Badge” might also be offered. Stay tuned.

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Annual Duck Pond Overnight Campout

  This one night campout is a great opportunity for scouts working on Tenderfoot, Second Class, and/or First Class to learn and demonstrate basic camping skills and other rank requirements.   Permission Slip - Must print, fill-out and hand-in to trip organizer Supply List Mohonk Release - Must print, fill-out and hand-in to trip organizer General Information and Driving Directions For more […]

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Summer Camp 2014

Greetings! Our Troop has signed up for week 4 at Camp Tri-Mount. The theme for camp this year is Colonial Times. The dates are July 27, 2014 – August 2, 2014. That’s right; pickup this year will be Saturday at 11 am. Summer Camp is a GREAT way for your Scout to get to know […]

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Welcome New Boy Scouts!

Troop 172 is growing! Take a look in the Photo Gallery. Ten Webelos II cub scouts participated in a Bridge Crossing Ceremony on Thursday March 20, 2014. We look forward to the contributions these boys and their parents will make to Troop 172.  See you at the next troop meeting and get ready for an adventure!

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Mitchell Rigano’s Eagle Project

      Driving directions below… Planting Red Cedar Saplings SAT, APRIL 12TH, 2014 (9:00 – 5:00) – New grid creation and stake installation day BE PREPARED TO: Help measure and mark location of stakes Hammer in previously painted stakes into grid allowing 6 feet between trees PLEASE WEAR & BRING ON SAT. APRIL 12TH, […]

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New Dates for Cabin Camping Trip Fri. 3/28/14 – Sun. 3/30/14

Please speak with Mrs. Verdier or Mr. Longbotham to confirm your attendance or add your name to the list for Winter Cabin Camping Trip. Thanks, Mrs. Verdier

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Spaghetti Dinner – Friday, March 21st

Attention: We need boys to help set up and tear down. If you can, please arrive at 4:30pm to help set up. Or, anytime before 5:30.  Please plan on staying a little past 8:30pm to help tear down.  Oh yeah, you get a free meal!   Doors open to the public at 5:30 pm.

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OA Elections on Thursday

Order of the Arrow, or “OA,” is the national honor society of the Boy Scouts of America. The Order’s first purpose is to recognize those who are chosen by his peers as one who exemplifies the Scout Oath and Law in his daily life. To be an OA candidate you must: Be First Class rank […]

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