Welcome to Troop 369!

Welcome to the web site of Troop 369! Our troop can provide you and your son the opportunity to participate in activities that are not available to many other boys of his age.  The goal of our troop and the Boy Scouts of America Program is to build our Scouts into successful young men of exceptional honor and character. The Boy Scouts of America Program will also provide our Scouts with ample opportunities to improve their teamwork and leadership skills.   

See why you won't be disappointed when you join us for fun and adventure!

Check out our 2019 summer camp at Rescia Falls Scout Reservation!


Pool Party June 28

Posted by scampanella on Jun 19 2022 - 8:35pm

End of year pool part at the Campanella's.  Tuesday June 28 at 7 pm.  Feel free to come by and enjoy the pool and a few snacks.  All are invited.  Everyone should bring a shareable snack. 

Dont forget the following-

  • Bathing suit and towel.
  • Shareable snack
  • Medical forms
  • Camp paperwork
  • Merit badge prerequisite paperwork.  This gives you two weeks to print out your merit badge pamphlet and complete the summer camp pre-requisits.

No Troop Meeting

Posted by scampanella on Jun 19 2022 - 8:29pm

Justa reminder that this week there is no regular troop meeting.  Enjoy end of school!

Baseball opportunity

Posted by scampanella on Jun 12 2022 - 7:55pm

Pack 369 is organizing a trip to the Reading Phils.  This looks like a fun excursion and they have opened tickets up for the troop.  They are still working through the dates so feel free to weigh-in on your availability. 

Our seats will be in the pool area so be sure to have a swimsuit and towel.  

Price includes a 2.5-hour buffet: BBQ chicken, BBQ ribs, hamburgers, cheeseburgers, hot dogs, Mac & Cheese, corn, pasta salad, smiley fries, chips, fruit, cookies, and pepsi soft drinks.  

The price is $31 per person

July 14th against New Hampshire Fisher Cats, Fireworks after the game or
 August 4th against Hartford Yard Goats, Fireworks after the game.



Service opportunity - help build a rabbit fence

Posted by scampanella on Jun 12 2022 - 7:46pm


This Tuesday before the meeting and Saturday June 18th is the next opportunity for service hours at the Visitation Garden.  if you have some availability, the plan is to attach a rabbit fence to the bottom of the existing deer fence.  

Canoe Trip/ Camping June 24-26

Posted by scampanella on Jun 12 2022 - 7:38pm

Who is ready to celebrate the end of the school year with some canoeing on the Schuylkill River and tent camping in Valley Forge?

In one months time we will embark on a river adventure.  On Friday and Saturday night we will tent camp on the grounds of the Valley Forge Fire Company and on Saturday we will travel to Port Providence Canoe in Phoenixville.  Everyone must wear a life jacket at all times while on the river.  Canoes will meander down stream and we will disembark for a little lunch on the side of the river.  From the Fitz travel to the Lock House via the Canal, about 2 miles. Portage to the river and paddle or drift down the river approximately 6 miles. Take out on the left just before the Betzwood Bridge. Up the boat launch and into the parking lot for pick up. Trip time about 6 hours.

The evening will be spent at camp where we can play games, work on requirements and sit around the campfire.  This will be a taste of river canoeing with the security of a campsite waiting for us at the end of the day.

Memorial Day 2022 - Historic Montgomery Cemetery

Posted by scampanella on May 22 2022 - 9:15am

Saturday May 28 the troop will be honoring veterans by participating in the Memorial Day celebration at Historic Montgomery Cemetery.  The event runs from 10:30 to 1:00 pm.  I would like to see a great turnout for this event.  Class A uniforms are required.  It is usually pretty hot so bring a water bottle.

Established in 1847, Montgomery Cemetery was the first public, non-sectarian burial grounds in Montgomery County.  Ideally located on sloped land along the Schuylkill River just outside Norristown, and designed in a formal Rural Landscape style, it provided a park-like setting for families to visit their relatives, view the outdoor symbolic sculpture on monuments, and walk the grounds.

With almost 6000 known burials, Montgomery Cemetery holds the remains of some of the most prominent citizens, veterans and reformers in the county and nation.  From five Civil War generals to many captains of industry, it tells the story of the nation through the lives it represents.  Over 400 veterans are buried in Montgomery Cemetery from the War of 1812 through the Korean War. The cemetery is no longer an active burial ground, but is preserved as a link to the past. 

The entrance to Montgomery Cemetery is at the end of Hartranft Avenue, off of West Main Street, Norristown.

Address: 1 Hartranft Avenue, Norristown, PA 19401

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