In evaluating Coronavirus transmission risk, and in light of increasing coronavirus infections in the State of NJ and the Delaware Valley, the decision has been made to cancel this weekend’s Gettysburg trip. The next regular meeting night, 10-November, will be advancement and Board of Reviews. A staggered schedule later
Camp Connected by the Garden State Council Opens Today (May 29) Garden State Council’s CAMP CONNECTED presents: VIRTUAL SCOUTS BSA SUMMER CAMP Get ready for a fun, interactive camp experience like no other! Choose 4 merit badges per week from our list of 14 offered during camp! Plus, virtual
All for One, One for All The Troop has been busy, with everyone working remotely and independently! The Troop would like to thank the older scouts that already have that MB. Your attending, listening and providing input is valuable and makes all the difference to those New Scouts. It strengthens
On April 9, we are having a virtual meeting at 7pm via Teams (https://teams.microsoft.com/_) The exact connection link will be sent out shortly before the meeting time. There are 3 matters before the troop: Troop Elections Service How the Troop will conduct business during these days of quarantine.
Troop 179 will cancel the following: Troop Meeting on March 17th. Cabin Camping Trip on March 21st. Troop Meeting on March 24th. The Troop is responding to responsible calls for reductions in group meetings and events during the COVID-19 pandemic. Things to do: while maintaining social isolation, check in
Sunday, March 1st. Flags go up at 4:00pm sharp! Arrive at 3:30 for clean & prep. We will present Rank Advancements, Merit Badges and Special Awards earned since the last CoH, including any Merit Badges not previously distributed. All family members and friends all welcome, so come out and celebrate
The BSA Troop #179 Troop Committee received this email today, which we are sharing in its entirety below. The important emphasis is that the lawsuits for abuse are the “ historic” abuse cases. The management of youth protection prior to 1988 was haphazard and amateurish. Since then, Scouting has been at