27 Troop 5 scouts received 46 merit badges and 28 rank advancements in today’s court of honor.

Congratulations to all!

Congratulations to the Scouts that learned the safe handling of a buck saw and other wood tools and are now on their way to completing the Paul Bunyan Woodsman !

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image.jpeg6pm – Frauncess Tavern NYC after 32 miles

Congratulations!  That was a big challenge and everyone did a great job. Keep it up Troop 5!  Hip Hip Hurray!

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8am – Scouts are up for a great challenge: Hike the island of Manhattan in one day (32 mi). Good luck Scouts!

http://www.myhometownbronxville.com just featured the four scouts who were awarded Eagle. Click on the link for the article.

 

Congratulations to; Charlie Vorbach, Michael Landy, Anthony Crinieri and Jack O’Neill, for officially becoming Eagle Scouts, on March 19th. These four may have become Eagle Scouts when they were as young as 16, but they will hold that title for life. Congradulations to these scouts once again, as it shows how much devotion and effort these four put into Boy Scouts.
Eagle Scout Ceremony (A Crinieri, M Landy, J O'Neill, C. Vorbach), March 2017

The snow sports merit badge trip this year was a fun and challenging adventure. To earn this badge, Troop 5 scouts visited Gore Mountain in upstate New York where they demonstrated their skills in the snow. Certified Merit Badge Instructor Bill Haley led the scouts through the completion of most of the requirements. In order to get the badge, Scouts needed to show how to do specific maneuvers down and up the slope, what kind of precautions they need to take before going on a snow trip and how to seek help in case of an emergency. The trip, which included 2-day lift tickets to the mountain and cozy overnight accommodations at a cabin in camp Read, was challenging because the slopes were not easy and the Scouts had to demonstrate that they were at an intermediate or above ski level. During the day, Scouts traveled to the mountain while at night they worked together in the cabin to complete their worksheets. In the end, Scouts from different ranks were able to earn their badge.

Ski Trip to Gore Mountain, Feb 2017