Here is an example of scouting resiliency. Life scout James Rohr completed his project even though we are living through challenging times. You can read more about James achievement here. Great Job! James is not the only one, there are also other scouts in the process of planning or implementing their projects. Kudos! to all Troop 5 scouts who keep achieving undeterred. You are making the troop and your community very proud.

Congratulations to Michael Krajniczyn, Giovanni La Vecchia, Eric and Jeffrey Modesitt for earning the rank of Eagle Scout. Their hard work and dedication was recognized during an official ceremony this Sunday March 1st 2020. They will join a group of other 79 Eagle Scouts from our troop who have also reached this honorable achievement.

Congratulations to our nine Scouts who advanced rank and all of those who received merit badges!! A big thank you to all who serve our community, our patrol leaders, senior scouts, and adult leadership. We are proud of our Troop! just featured the four scouts who were awarded Eagle. Click on the link for the article.


Troop 5 is excited to announce the newest scouts to achieve the prestigious rank of Eagle Scout.

They are Austin Engros, Jonathan Sturr, Brad Davies and Elliott Bartsch.  This rank, achieved by only 5% of Boy Scouts, was attained by these scouts through rigorous work and years of satisfying rank and merit badge requirements.

To attain Eagle Scout Rank, each scout was also required to plan, develop, and give leadership to others in a service project helpful to the local community, religious institution, or school.  Finally, each scout had to successfully complete an Eagle Scout board of review.

The new Eagle Scouts were honored in a “Eagle Court of Honor” ceremony held at the Reformed Church.  In addition to a formal ceremony, letters from Mayor Marvin, Governor Patterson and Senator Gillibrand were read, and the new Eagle scouts were presented with American flags that had been flown over the US Capital in their honor by Congresswoman Nita Lowey.

The Master of Ceremonies was Shane O’Neil, a Boy Scout of Troop 5 also working towards his Eagle Scout Rank.

Pictures are available on the “Photos” page of our web site.