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DATES PLACED ON NEW WEBSITE
Troop Motto - "Live
Christopher A. - Senior
Patrol Leader (SPL)
Matt S. -
Assistant Patrol Leader (ASPL)
Badgers- Matthew S
Brendan W. Cobra-
Matt M Falcons- Joey P.
Owls- Colin B.
Lutheran Church -- Chartered
Up Sheets, Photo
of Events, Google
Troop 174, Things
- Merit Badges to Eagle Scout Project Ideas
- Excellent source for games for meetings and campouts
News Posted On :
174 Apparel request form
Troop 174 Apparel Catalog
BSA official permission
BSA official medical form
(To see the list of who has
signed up go to the pa.ssword-protected
To make the Webmaster's job easier, some of the content on these web
pages is being supplied by Google.
To view sign up lists will require that you are logged in
with a Google Account.
If you do not wish to have a Google account of your own please contact
Mr. Athanasidy at
indicates troop activities. Underlined troop
activities are the major ones.
(and Late Aug)
(AUG.) 26 (Mon.) Meeting
For All Scouts First Class and Above
Refreshments will be served
- 7PM, at Grace Lutheran Church
- (AUG.) 31 (Sat.) Grange Work Day
- 9AM Arrival to help set up
- Service hours (sign in, sign out)
3 (TUES.) . Troop
- Wear Dress
Uniform. Attendance is expected.
- Start of
- 4 (Wed.)
7:00 - 8:30
- Who: Senior
Leadership, SPL, ASPL, Patrol Leaders, Assistant Patrol Leaders, and
the Webmaster, Scribe, and Troop Guide.
- Where: Mr
A's house See
the password-protected pages
- 5 (Thurs.)Adult
Meeting 7:30 -9:00 p.m.
- If you wish to be an Adult Leader (a uniformed program
leader or uniformed committee member) please attend this meeting.
- Welcome new Adult Leaders disscuss organization.
- Plan balance of year and
organization changes with new scouts.
Yorktown Grange Fair
school thurs. and Fri.
for scouts over 14 years old to help keep fairgrounds clean
- 7 (Sat.)
.. Annual Grange
From 10:00am -
- Arrive by 9:45am to
Ceremony by Troop 174
- How: In
- The flag pole used at
the Yorktown Grange Fair was donated in
2008 by Rob Woods as a part of his Eagle project.
- ALL SCOUTS ARE EXPECTED TO ATTEND
- 8 (Sun.)
.. Westchester Putnam Trail 20 Mile
is not easy, inexperianced hikers advised
- Starts at the rear of Yorktown Town
Need plenty of water, light day pack, a lunch, snacks, and broken in
walking or running shoes,
other items to bring, such as, a poncho, a hat, a compass, a first aid
kit, sun block and weather appropriate attire
off at 9AM, pick up at 6PM
Philmont Applicants should attend!
(Mon.) . Troop
Activity Uniform. Attendance is expected.
- 11 (Wed.) .
- We will need a few scouts in full-uniform
- At Gazebo near Shrub Oak John C.
Hart Library (Same Place as last year)
Big updates to weekend events are often made late. Check daily.
the Google Calendar to
see future and Long Range Troop Events
(send your photos to )
Recent Troop 174 Photographs can be viewed on Troop 174's
(send your videos to
Recent Troop 174 Videos can be viewed on Troop 174's
About Troop 174
Scout Patrol Meetings
- Mondays, 7:30 - 9:00 p.m.
- Location: Grace Lutheran Church Fellowship Hall, 3830 Gomer St., Yorktown Heights
(except no meetings mid-June to mid-Sept.).
- Bring your Boy Scout Handbook, paper, and a pencil or a
- Turn off your cell phone.
- Troop meetings are not held when the Lakeland Central
School District is closed.
- On some holiday Monday's we may chose to have informal
meetings, the web site calendar will be updated.
Scoutmaster Conferences and Boards of Review contact the Scoutmaster.
pages: phone, rosters, advancement, merit badges, scout
accounts, counselors, and who signed up.
Lutheran Church, chartered organization for Troop 174
- Tuesdays. 5:00 - 6:30 p.m. (Fall: Sept-Nov &
- Location: The Lodge
at Bill T.'s house. See address in the password-protected pages.
- Leader: Mr. Bill T. if you have questions. In an
emergency, call his cellular phone.
- Why meet Tuesday?
- Primarily these Patrol Meetings are for older scouts
to help younger scouts with rank advancement.
- The Troop leadership (older scouts and adults) are
responsible for helping a new scout obtain First Class rank.
- These patrol meetings give young scouts the
opportunity to practice and learn new skills.
- Bring Boy Scout Handbook and a filled water bottle.
- Consider bringing a camp stool to sit on.
- Dress for the weather.
- Parents should make sure that there is an adult present
- Patrol meetings are not held when the Lakeland school
district is closed.
Robert "Bob" Athanasidy
Things to Do
Rank Requirements , effective January 1, 2010 to go in
the 2010 Boy Scout Requirements book and the Centenial Edition of the
Boy Scout Handbook.
- A Scout must teach another person how to tie a
square knot using the EDGE model (explain, demonstrate, guide, and
- He must also be able to discuss four specific
examples of how he lived the points of the Scout Law in his daily life.
- Second Class
- Scout must discuss the principles of Leave No
Trace and explain the factors to consider when choosing a patrol site
and where to pitch a tent.
- He must explain what respect is due the flag of
the United States.
- He must again discuss four examples of how he
lived four different points of the Scout Law in his daily life.
- He must earn an amount of money agreed upon by
the Scout and his parents and save at least 50 percent of it.
- First Class
- An additional requirement to the 10 separate
troop/patrol activities states he must demonstrate the principles of
Leave No Trace on these outings.
- He must discuss four more examples of how he
lived the remaining four points of the Scout Law in his daily life.
- A Scout must use the EDGE model to teach a
younger Scout a specified skill.
- Star, Life, and
Webmaster and Leave No Trace trainer are two new leadership positions.
- Introduction and Advancement Guidelines.
Rank Advancement, Merit Badges, Record Keeping.
- Earn a Merit Badge:
Procedure and resources for our troop. See also scouting.org,
- Merit Badge Councelor List
other awards, emblems, and pins: Emergency Preparedness Award (Pin):
See "Boy Scout and Varsity Scout Requirements." More
information. (Resources: redcross.organdfema.gov).
- Historic Trails, BSA approved.
- Religious Emblem. See Bonna S.,
Religious Emblem Advisor. Service to America patch: Boy Scouts
and leaders may earn this patch with 12 hours of volunteer service for
the National Park Service. Other Scout Awards. Junior Leader
Duties and Responsibilities: SPL, ASPL, PL, VPL, APL, PL,
Guide, Historian, OA Rep., Librarian, Quartermaster, Scribe,
Instructor, Chaplain Aide, Den Chief, Jr. Asst. SM.
for scouts working towards Eagle with useful guides: Eagle Scout Leadership Service Project
Planning Guide and Eagle
Scout Leadership Project Workbook.
1005, coed high adventure for ages 14-20.
Award: Six awards for combination of public service, personal
development, physical fitness, exploration.
classes from the Yorktown Volunteer Ambulance Corps. $45 fee.
Merit Badge Counselor Training: in
the Recruiting section - Guide, Orientation, and Training Course (use
Internet Explorer only).
When you complete a
course, tell Mr. Bob A. so that he can record it in the troop's
Video tape versions of
these courses are also available. See Mr. Bob A.
for the Board of Review. See Robert Repetto for instructions:
Second Class, First Class: Print out and fill in by hand PDF,
Print out and fill in by hand PDF, HTML.
Print out and fill in by hand PDF, HTML.
- Eagle Palm Eagle Scout Palm Form: PDF
at Troop 174
- Tent Return Form. Print out and fill in by hand PDF.
Return with tent after drying it out.
- Permission Slips
Conservation Award Application: Env. Sci., Cit. in the World,
and either Soil & W or Fish & W.
on Other Sites
Alternate URL: http://bsatroop174.tripod.com
This is an unofficial web page
maintained by members of Troop 174 Yorktown representing no one else.
Telephone clip art courtesy of tripod.com
Boy Scout Troop 174, Yorktown, NY.
If you were looking for nearby Troop 174 in Elwood, NY on Long Island,
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