Scouts (Boy & Girl)

Boy Scouts -

IMG 3677Boy Scout Troop 133 was proud to cerebrate the achievement of Eagle rank for four of its members. They are: Matthew Coleman, Andrew Montgomery, Kieran Fung and Eric Armitage shown here with State Representative Kathy Watson.         book collection"Cub Pack 133 had huge success with the book drive for Children's Hospital of Pennsylvania's Reach Out and Read Program. It is estimated that we collected about 1,000 books. Definitely to many to count. A representative from the Reach Out and Read Program came out and talked to the boys about how important these books are for other children in the surrounding communities.

           


Bear Den - Pack 133

Thursdays 7-8:30 pm Pavilion

 

Lion Den & Tiger Den - Pack 133

Tuesdays 6-7:30 pm lower level Fellowship Hall

 

Webelos 1 - Pack 133

 lower level Fellowship Hall

 

Webelos 2 - Pack 133

 lower level Fellowship Hall

 

Wolf Den - Pack 133

 lower level Fellowship Hall

 

Boy Scouts Troop 133

Wednesdays 7:30-9:30 pm Family Life Center

 

Cub Scout Pack 133 Meeting

3rd Friday of the month 7:00-9:00 Family Life Center

Cub Scout Pack 133

 

Scouting Program (Boy/Cub)

 

Our church uses the Boy Scout Program as an outreach to encourage, in the youth of our area, a sense of the place and importance of God in their life and to aid their growth in good citizenship and in personal responsibility and integrity. Our Scout Program is considered as one of the best in our area. Our leaders, past and present, have been awarded the highest recognition for their leadership and effectiveness in achieving the ends of the Church and Scouting.

 

At present, nearly 100 boys, ages 7 – 17, are a part of our Scout Program. In the years the Church has sponsored the program over 50 young men have achieved the Eagle Scout rank. Many of these Eagles have become leaders of the communities in which they now live, owning their own businesses as well as following other careers such as teachers, doctors and EMTs. A number have served in our armed forces, several choosing to make it their careers and have reached the responsibility of higher leadership in their chosen service.

 

Our Cub Scout Pack meets monthly, usually on the third Friday evening of the month. Its Dens meetings occur at places and times convenient to the leaders and parents.

 

Our Scout Troop meets each Wednesday, 7:30 – 9PM in the Family Life Center from the Wednesday following Labor Day until the last Wednesday in June. A week long Summer Camp follows shortly thereafter.

 

CUB ACTIVITIES                     SCOUT ACTIVITIES

Pine Wood Derby                         Appalachian Trail Hikes

Family Camping                          Canoe Trips

Family Trips to Museums            Trips to Historic Places

And Sporting Events                            Camporees

Blue and Gold Banquet                Philmont Challenge

Scouting for Food                        Scouting for Food

(New Britain Food Larder)           (New Britain Food Larder)

Thanksgiving Dinner                    Spaghetti Dinner

 

 

Scouting Leadership

 

       Jared Utz – Pack Master

       Jeannie Redner – Committee Leader

       Robert Glanzmann – Scoutmaster

       Jeremy Lomas – Chairman

 

As a sponsor of a Boy Scout Program, our church has a voting voice in the affairs of the local Boy Scout Council. Our Representative and considered the head of our program is Jerry Lomas. You may address any questions about the Scout Program to him.

 

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 Girl Scouts -

Cadette Troop 21309 - photos

 image 2We ended 2014 by partnering with Fabby Shabby Grab Bag Boutique in Doylestown to stuff and wrap diaper bags that would be given to needy teen and young single mothers for Christmas.   image The girls stuffed the diaper bags with lots of baby necessities that were collected by Fabby Shabby during a collection drive. The bags were then wrapped, topped with ribbon then on their way to the moms.

       

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Girl Scout Cadette Troops 21309 and 2056 have been busy the last few weeks! 

 

We kicked off the new year by meeting with a nutritionist to help the girls earn the Eating for Beauty badge. Topics discussed were eating for energy and health, organic vs. non organic, and making healthy eating a lifestyle.  The girls made food they could eat for breakfast and lunch as well as a snack to see how easy it is to eat healthy.
 
Brownie Troop 2142
1st & 3rd Thursday 6:00- 8:00 PM lower level Fellowship Hall

 

Junior Troop 2285

2nd & 4th Thursday 5:45-7:45PM Fellowship Hall (lower level)

 

Senior Troop 21851

 Offsite

 

Cadette Troop 21309

Offsite

 

Click here for Girl Scouts of Eastern PA information page

 

Girl Scouting Programs (Brownies/Juniors/Cadettes/Seniors)

 

Girl Scouts of the USA is the world’s preeminent organization dedicated solely to girls—all girls—where, in an accepting and nurturing environment, girls build character and skills for success in the real world. In partnership with committed adult volunteers, girls develop qualities that will serve them all their lives, like leadership, strong values, social conscience, and conviction about their own potential and self-worth.


Founded in 1912 by Juliette Gordon Low, Girl Scouts' membership has grown from 18 members in Savannah, Georgia, to 3.4 million members throughout the United States, including U.S. territories, and in more than 90 countries through USA Girl Scouts Overseas. Girl Scout national headquarters is located in New York City, with more than 400 employees dedicated to supporting the Girl Scout Movement. In partnership with over 100 local Girl Scout councils or offices, more than three million girls and adults, our National Board of Directors, and countless corporate, government, and individual supporters, Girl Scouting builds girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place. Girl Scouts of the USA was chartered by the United States Congress in 1950. Through membership in the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts (WAGGGS), GSUSA is part of a worldwide family of 10 million girls and adults in 145 countries. Girl Scouts of the USA is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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