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BSA Troop 230’s program revolves around the great outdoors.  We are a backpacking troop and will start hitting the trail in March and go until November.  Most of our backpacking has been on the Appalachian Trail in Southeastern Pennsylvania.  We average 5-7 hikes per year with at least 3 of them being overnight trips or longer.  Recently we have completed a 14 mile hike on the Pinchot Trail in Lackawanna County in the Pocono’s.  Some other trails that we have hiked are Ricketts Glen, French Creek, Hickory Run State Park, and Monacacy Hill, a very local trail that is approximately 5 miles of various terrain and small challenges along the way as to not discourage the boys.  This is a great way to introduce the boys to hiking. 

Summer Camp Shakedown Must Be Done Prior to Equipment Drop Off!

Posted on Jul 1 2015 - 12:14am

Summer camp is this Sunday. All first & second year scouts are required to for inspection prior to departure. If your have not performed a shakedown contact a leader ASAP and schedule it since it is now over due!! This is to help make sure the scout is prepared for the entire week and hasn't forgotten anything or is bring stuff that will not be allowed or will not work for the scout.

Equipment Drop off

Posted on Jul 1 2015 - 12:14am

Tentatively set for Friday, July 3rd from 9 AM - 11AM and 7-8:30 PM..  ALL SCOUTS ARE ASKED TO DROP OFF THEIR EQUIPMENT AT THAT TIME TO FACILITATE DEPARTURE ON SUNDAY MORNING.  This includes chairs, foot lockers and any other equipment they are taking that will need to be in the trailer.  If you cannot make this time, please contact Mrs. Bani to arrange for your equipment drop off.  NO DROP OFF TIMES WILL BE OFFERED ON JULY 4TH, for obvious reasons.

Summer Camp Departure 7/5: Scouts meet at the Bani's between 8:30 - 9:30 AM and we LEAVE by 10 AM

Posted on Jul 1 2015 - 12:14am

 All scout must have a packed lunch with them!   PLEASE PULL ONTO THE FIELD ON THE RIGHT SIDE OF OUR DRIVEWAY - THANKS!  Unless it is raining uncontrollably, then look for further directions. ALL SCOUTS NEED TO LEAVE FROM THE BANI'S . NO PARENTS SHOULD BE PLANNING ON DRIVING THEIR SON TO OR FROM SUMMER CAMP.  

Eagle Scout Project - Kitty Cottage Cat Rescue in East Norriton

Posted on Jun 28 2015 - 10:24pm

Hello everyone,
I am starting the hard work of my Eagle Scout project. I am building cat trees (those tall,multi-level structures that cats play on) for Kitty Cottage, a cat rescue in East Norriton.
I need help with my project on July 18th from 10-12 and 2-4.. It would be best if their were 3 scouts and 1 adult to help at each time slot. We will be doing the work at my house.
The helpers will be cutting wood, drilling holes in the wood, assembling parts of the trees, cutting and applying carpet to the trees and wrapping some of the wood in rope.
If anyone has an extra electric drill or ratchet that they could bring, it would be helpful. I have all the other tools and supplies.
Please sign up to support me on the Troop Calendar.
Thanks,

What are you doing with your old Scout equipment?

Posted on May 13 2015 - 12:07am

Have anything that you have outgrown or no longer use? Please consider donating or selling these items to other scouts who might have a need for it. Bring it to the Monday night meetings so others can take a look.

Metal Recycling Fundraiser

Posted on Mar 19 2015 - 2:45pm

Bring crushed and cleaned aluminum cans in a closed bag. Other metals such as stainless steel (old sinks or pots) and copper (piping or wiring) will also be accepted. Metal items should be brought to the patrol meeting every 3rd Monday of the month. Any large items such as water heaters, washing machines, etc., please contact Mr. Nash for options.  Arrangements will be needed for a truck/van to haul larger items, and we do not want large items dropped at the church.

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