Category Archives: Camping Info

IT’S THAT TIME! DEPOSIT FOR SUMMER CAMP!! on Parents night $25.00

IT’S THAT TIME! ARE YOU REGISTERED FOR SUMMER CAMP!! $25 CAMPER DEPOSITS ARE DUE NOW – 3/21 PARENTS NIGHT TEN MILE RIVER SCOUT CAMP – AQUEHONGA July 17 to 23rd. Also to help Scouts get to summer camp are GNYC Campership Applications. Available Now for Cub and Boy Scouts attached is an application for your […]

2017 National Jamboree

The 2017 National Scout Jamboree will take place July 19 – 28, 2017 at the Summit in the New River Gorge area of West Virginia and REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN! Jamborees are one of the Boy Scouts of AmericaÂ’s coolest traditions. TheyÂ’ve been around since 1937, are held every four years and just get better […]

Video From The Cook-O-Ree at Camp Alpine

Sledding Video from Troop 23’s Winter Camping Trip To TMR

Camping Merit Badge

Scouts of Troop 23, As Spring approaches, were going to spend more days camping, camping in tents, not Cabins. A large part of being a scout is enjoying the outdoors. But as Scouts, we must learn to be good campers, safe in our outdoor adventures, and good stewards of our environment. That’s is why the […]

Scout Service Day -Floyd Bennett Field -October 18, 2014

New Permission Slip for Outings

permission_slip   Please use this current Permission Slip for all outings.

New Troop Manual 2014

I finished today the Troop Manual, a reference for Scouts, Scouters Parents and folks who are helping our Troop grow. This is Version 1. It outlines what I think is the best practices for a Troop like ours. Please feel free to send any constructive criticism my way. While I think most of what is […]

How to Pack a Backpack for a Hiking Trip!

How to Pack your Backpack!

Camping Trip to CAMP POUCH MAY 30- June 1, 201

  Place: Camp Pouch, Staten Island Date: Friday, May 30 – Sunday June1,2014 Meet at OLA on Friday at 6 pm We will return on Sunday about 10 – 11 am Cost: $20 & Scouts should bring a bag lunch. Return your permission slip at the troop meeting For more info contact Tom Kramer – Scoutmaster.