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Welcome to Boy Scout Troop 151

Welcome to the Troop 151 website!

We meet at the Faith United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall in Lake Park (Indian Trail) NC, Thursdays from 7:00-8:30PM

This program is for boys ages 11-17 (Arrow of Light Recipients may join at 10).

The mission of the Boy Scouts of America is to prepare young people to make ethical and moral choices over their lifetimes, by instilling in them the values of the Scout Oath and Law.
This Troop promotes challenging adventures through a boy-led program, where adults focus on developing youth leadership. Learn more at Scouting.org

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Troop 151 Ready to Accept New Scouts

Posted on Jan 19 2016 - 4:00pm

Troop 151 is on the trail to providing our scouts with the tools and opportunities to develop their scouting program experience.  The BSA tradition of a boy-lead troop is sure to attract scouts to our program, and Troop 151 is ready to accept them.  Tell your friends, neighbors, and family with boys of scouting age, that Troop 151 is open for scouting adventure! Make no mistake, we may be a large troop today, but it pales in comparison to the number of scouts we will have tomorrow.

Troop Policy - Training Fee Reimbursement

Posted on Oct 25 2015 - 7:56pm

During the October troop committee meeting, a vote was taken regarding reimbursement of adult scouter training fees.  It was decided that beginning December 1st, 2015, all fees adult scouters pay for training classes, will be reimbursed to the scout account of the son of the adult scouter, rather than returned to the adult scouter.  This enables the troop to spread out the reimbursement over the course of the year, and will hopefully encourage our adult scouters to attend training classes, knowing their training benefits the troop, and the fees paid for the training, will benefit their scout.

BSA Guide to Abbreviations and Acronyms

Posted on Oct 25 2015 - 7:13pm

Abbreviations serve the purpose of brevity; however, they are not always conducive to clarity. The BSA Guide to Abbreviations and Acronyms listed here, can aid those new to or unfamiliar with the Scouting movement, and help us make sense of the "alphabet soup.”

Registration for all Troop 151 functions now available exclusively online

Posted on Aug 9 2015 - 4:10pm
  • By popular request and necessity, registration for all troop functions is now available exclusively online.
  • This includes camping trips, merit badge events, outings, committee meetings, Patrol Leader Meetings (PLC), Courts of Honor (CoH), leader meetings, etc.
  • To use this feature
    • Select the Calendar link from the menu on the left side of the website.
    • Navigate to the function for which you want to register, and select the appropriate RSVP response for each person shown.
    • You can also leave a note viewable by all troop members, such as "scout needs a ride to event" or "we have space to drive a scout."
  • There will be cut-off dates for each function, so please be sure to register as soon as you can confirm your intentions.
  • Either parent/guardian can register their scout(s) for any function.  This information will be available to the other parent/guardian so duplicate sign ups are eliminated.
  • Effective immediately with this new system, the troop no longer offers sign ups at troop meetings.
  • Using the online tool is the only way to register.
  • Don't panic!  If you have any questions or concerns regarding registration for any event, just ask and we will be happy to assist you.

 

Please have your scout bring a water bottle to troop meetings

Posted on Aug 5 2015 - 8:21am

Water water everywhere and not a cup to hold it...

  • Although the kitchen in the white building has a supply of cups and other dining related items, these are the church's inventory and not available to the troop.

BSA Guide to Bullying

Posted on Jul 29 2015 - 10:21am

Please review this document produced by Boy Scouts of America, which disusses bullying and its effects.