Boy Scouts of America


BOY SCOUTS of AMERICA

TROOP 409

Duty to God and Country!

 

Troop 409 Eagle Honor Roll

Troop Leadership

 

CURRENT TROOP DOCUMENTS

2012 Fall Schedule - updated 09/23/12
2013 Feb-July Schedule - updated 09/23/12
2010 Rank Requirement Changes (effective Jan 1, 2010)
Matinecock District Merit Badge Counselors 2011-2012

 

REFERENCE DOCUMENTS

Camping Equipment List
Cold Weather Camping Guidelines
Uniform Inspection Sheet
New Medical Form
Membership Renewal Form 2012
Yawgoog Items to Bring to Camp
Directions to Troop Meetings, Activities and Campouts - Updated 6/18/10
Locations to Purchase Scout Supplies
Forty Knots - A Visual Aid for Knot Tying

 

WEB LINKS

Suffolk County Council
Camp Yawgoog
Online Training at MyScouting.org
Duty to God - Religious Emblems Programs
Merit Badge Worksheets
Animated Knots by Grog
Long Island Orienteering Club
Whitewater Challengers - Lehigh River

 

FOR NEW SCOUTS

Welcome to Troop 409
Typical Troop Schedule
Typical Troop Organizational Chart
Troop Resource Survey (For Parents)

 

If you have any questions about BSA in general or Troop 409 in particular,
or if you require additional information, please contact any of the following individuals:

Pat Meehan, Scoutmaster,  (631) 667-1465 This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Sal LaRosa, Charter Representative (516) 567-6486 This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Robert Bisulco, Committee Chair (631) 586-3202 This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

 

Our mission:

 

The focus of Troop 409 of Dix Hills, NY is the development and growth of its Scouts. We accomplish this by using the Boy-Run/Boy-Led program in Scouting. The Adult Leadership guides and watches over the Troop to maintain a positive and safe environment for the Scouts. The Scouts develop the Troop’s program for the year with guidance from the Adult Leadership and the Committee. The Troop’s main goal is to have the Scouts have fun while learning new skills, gain knowledge and to have a sense of accomplishment.

 

About our Program:

 

Currently, our program runs from the beginning of September to the middle of July. During the course of the Scout year, we meet at least 2 times a month and have an overnight camping trip at least once a month. We generally hold a Patrol Leaders Committee (PLC or Green Bar) meeting after every campout to assess the previous trip and to begin to plan for the next camp out. Our highlight camping event is to attend Camp Yawgoog, located near Rockville, Rhode Island in July. We welcome all interested parents to play an active role in the Troop. Positions for both Adult Scout Leaders and Committee Members are always available.

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