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Welcome to BSA Troop 101 !

Fun. Adventure. Service. Share it with us at Troop 101. From our base at Christ United Methodist Church, Greensboro, NC, we explore the world as our outdoor classroom. Our goal is to make Scouting a great experience for our boys by providing a program that meets their needs for fun, friendship, leadership, and achievement. At the same time, it is our desire to carry out the mission of the Boy Scouts of America, which is to prepare young people to make ethical and moral choices over their lifetimes by instilling in them the values of the Scout Oath and Law.

Take a look at the announcements and upcoming events for the latest information on weekly troop meetings, monthly outings, and service opportunities.  If you would like more information about our Troop or about how to volunteer, go to Contact Us on the Menu to your left to send an email, or contact me directly at scoutmaster@bsatroop101.org.

101 is lots of fun!

 Walt Pharr,  Scoutmaster Troop 101

Camp Cards are a No-Brainer!

Posted on Apr 17 2014 - 9:36am

Camp Cards are available for sale at the next troop meeting!  Pay $5 for a camp card and you will receive $5 off your next purchase at Harris Teeter!  As you can see this one discount makes it a free card.  For each card sold the troop receives $2.50, so for a $0 net purchase the troop receives $2.50!

Virginia Creeper Bike Trip - Register Now!

Posted on Apr 17 2014 - 9:35am

It's time to register for the April adventure outing. On April 25-27, Troop 101 will head to the area around Damascus, Va.  The highlight of the trip will be biking the Virginia Creeper Trail,  an 18-mile trail that starts at the White Top Station and takes bikers past blooming meadows, rushing streams and rustic farms. You do not need to be an expert biker. The entire trip is a gentle downward slope. If you can stay on a bike, gravity will take care of the rest. The bike trail is the old railroad bed of the Virginia-Carolina Railroad Company. The trail goes through the Grayson Highlands National Recreation Area, and it is an incredibly beautiful trail. We will camp at a campground near the trailhead.

Eagle Rank: Effective January 1. 2014 - Cooking Merit Badge required - Scouts who turn 18 early in 2014 pay special attention.

Posted on Apr 17 2014 - 9:34am

To all scouts working on the rank of Eagle Scout:

Effective Jan. 1, 2014, the Cooking merit badge will be required in order to obtain the Eagle Scout rank. Regardless of when a Scout earned the Life rank or began working on Eagle, unless he fulfills all the requirements—with the exception of his board of review—before Jan. 1, 2014, he must earn the Cooking merit badge to become an Eagle Scout.

Troop 101 welcomes new patrol - Blackhawk Patrol

Posted on Apr 17 2014 - 9:34am

Our newest standing patrol was formed from volunteers from each of the other patrols and with members of FYP 13 who crossed over at our Camporee at Wilson Farm this past weekend. The Blackhawk Patrol is led by patrol leader Caleb Childers. Alex Biaggi is serving as the patrol quartermaster.  Other patrol members are Hooper Alexander (APL), Clay Brainerd(scribe), Nickolas Brandsma, Collin Chandler, Cooper Creech, Emmet Edwards, Max Elkan, Christopher Hewgley(APL), WIll Hornfeck, Fox Johnjulio, Reid Lorenz, Cooper Marriott, Will Miller.  Welcome Blackhawks!

PHILMONT 2015 A Few Spots Remain... Claim Yours!. Still taking names for waiting list.

Posted on Apr 17 2014 - 9:32am

Join Troop 101 for the High Adventure Experience of a Lifetime.  Troop 101 is taking an unprecedented 3 crews to Philmont Scout Ranch in Cimmaron, New Mexico in late June through early July, 2015.  Join your fellow scouts and leaders for a 12 day backpacking trek into the New Mexico wilderness to experience climbing, rappelling, ropes courses, horseback riding, blackpowder shooting, blacksmithing and many more excitiing experiences.  We have filled two crews and have a third crew almost full, so don't delay, SIGN UP TODAY!  You must be 14 years of age or 13 years and have completed the 8th grade by June 25, 2015 in order to participate.  Please contact Steve Norris ASAP at srnorris@me.com or by cell phone 336 202-9640 to reserve your slot.

Youth Protection is Your Certification up to Date ?

Posted on Apr 17 2014 - 9:28am

It is both Troop 101 policy and BSA policy that all adult leaders and merit badge counselors are screened with a background check and go through formal Youth Protection Training. Did you know, however, that if you as a parent are going to drive or camp with the troop, you also are required to take the same Youth Protection Course online?

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