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.   

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Chadwick's Breakfast Fundraiser May 11

Posted by scampanella on Apr 21 2019 - 1:57pm

Please write your name on the back of the ticket.

Please join Boy Scout Troop 369 for a nice Saturday morning breakfast buffet at Chadwick’s on Saturday May 11, 2019 from 8:30 to 10:30. (scouts will need to arrive at 8).  Working scouts get a free breakfast.  Scouts will need to serve the buffet line and bus tables.  Scouts will be in Class B uniforms.  Scouts that will be working the event please sign up on the website.

Tickets cost $10 for adults and $8 for children under 10 years of age.  Breakfast includes Pancakes, Scrambled eggs, bacon, toast, coffee and OJ.

Proceeds from the breakfast will be used to support the Troop 369 Scouting program, which includes activities such as camping, community service, survival training, character and leadership development and plenty of fun.

Board of Review

Posted by scampanella on Apr 21 2019 - 1:56pm


In two weeks we will be conducting Boards of Review. If you have completed your scoutmaster conference for your next rank please contact Mrs. Sible immediately. 

Refreshing Mountain April 12-14

Posted by scampanella on Apr 6 2019 - 9:02pm


4/12-4/14 Tent Camping  at Refreshing Mountain.  What an action packed weekend we have planned.  Flying zip runs, elevated obstacle course, wilderness survival training, team building and rappelling.  Open to Boy Scouts and Webelos Scouts.  $75 per participant or $35 per non-participating adult.


Boy Scout Troop 369  
April 13th, 2019  
  Whole Group - Maximum of 20 participants
9-10am Flying V 
10-11am Elevated Obstacle Course
11am-12pm Rappelling
12-1pm Lunch (Boy Scouts provide)
1-2pm Teambuilding
2-3pm Wilderness Survival 


Summer Camp - Week 4, July 14 through 20

Posted by scampanella on Mar 31 2019 - 12:45pm

We are off to a great start!  24 scouts signed up so far.  Your initial deposit of $50 is due.  Please bring your payment to the next scout meeting.  This year camp costs $415 per scout.  

Mr. Garcia will be discussing upcoming camp card opportunities to help you pay your way to camp.

If you are interested in applying for a campership you must do so by March 31.  Camperships are scholarships for youth registered in the Cradle of Liberty Council. The amount of the campership is dependent on the need of the Scout and available dollars at the time of determination. The amount of the Campership may not exceed 50% of the total cost to attend the program except for Philmont where the max total award is $600.  Download this link for paper applications








Adventure Cards 2019

Posted by scampanella on Mar 31 2019 - 12:45pm

What’s an Adventure Card?? – An Adventure Card is a discount card to local businesses that Scouts sell to help raise money to attend summer camp and Scouting activities.
How much is it? – Each card is only $5
• How does it help me? – You receive a 50% commission on each card sold!*
• Is it worth it? – Cards have a value of over $140 with multiple deals. Check it out:
• ACME - $5 off a purchase of $50 or more
• LEGOLAND – Save $10 up to 6 tickets
• Elmwood Park Zoo – Free child admission
• Applebee’s - 10% OFF your order through December 31, 2019
• Any many more!
• Strive for 25 - Scouts can enter into weekly drawings for every 25
Adventure Cards an individual Scout sells.**




Special opportunity - Signs, Signals and Codes March 19

Posted by scampanella on Mar 15 2019 - 9:42am

Signs, Signals and Codes Merit Badge

On Tuesday, March 19 at our regular troop meeting Mrs. Huff will be teaching the Signs Signals and Codes merit badge.  If you want to earn the merit badge please print the worksheet at home, and bring it with you to the March 19th troop meeting.  The only part you have to do on your own is Requirement 10, “Make up your own secret code and write a message of up to 25 words using this code.”  

This requirement is found on page 12 of the worksheet.  All other requirements will be completed together as a troop; some on March 19th, the rest of the requirements will be completed on the March 22-24 camping trip.  The troop has 2 copies of the Merit Badge book Signs Signals and Codes in the scout room for you to use.

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