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    Scout Parents & Leaders, We’re pleased to announce that our National Office has created a whole new series of awards for Outdoor Ethics & service! Awards are age-appropriate, and help you reward your Scouts for living up to the values of Scouting! Here are the links for Cub, Boy Scout, and Venturing awards- […]

Search and Rescue merit badge requirements released

    The hotly anticipated debut of Search and Rescue merit badge — the BSA’s 130th current merit badge — has finally arrived. Search and Rescue merit badge, or SAR for short, has an official earn date of Monday, Aug. 20. That’s the first day Scouts can start working on requirements for the merit badge. Of course, […]

Merit Badge Fair – December 1, 2012

Brooklyn Merit Badge Fair Location: Brooklyn Public Library at 4th Ave & Pacific St When: Saturday December 1, 2012 Time: We will be meeting at OLA at 9am and returning about 3pm Permission slip may be found here. Scouts Must be in full Uniform & bring a bag Lunch

Aviation Camp at Ten Mile River

  Want to Fly? Thinking about being a pilot? A sky marshal? An airport first responder? Learn about careers in aviation and become a “Young Eagle” with your first 10-minute flight in a single engine plane (weather permitting). You’ll also enjoy the waterfront, learn about the aerodynamics of sailing, experience team building challenges, and work […]

Eagle Scout College Scholarship Available

There is a College Scholarship available to Scouts who have obtained the rank of Eagle Scout and are high school seniors/college freshmen can apply for this generous scholarship program. It is sponsored by the Sons of the American Revolution (SAR). The deadline for this year is January 15th, less than a week from today. Below […]

New 2012 Eagle Scout Work book

As of January 1,2012, the National Office of the Boy Scouts will require all Eagle Service Projects to be written up in the new Eagle Scout Service Project Workbook. It can be found here. The new workbook will now feature specific categories about the proposed project such as leadership, materials, supplies, tools, costs, logistics, safety […]

Scout Richie Urban’s Eagle Project

  On Saturday May 21st Scout Richard Urban will be doing a community service project for advancement to Eagle Scout. This project entails cleaning and putting mulch down at the base of trees along 4th Ave. A flyer was given out to all scouts explaining the project details at the last troop meeting. Scouts will […]


There will be an Eagle Scout Court of Honor on Friday, April 16th, 2010  for Scouts Brian Nersten and Thomas Kramer Jr..  It will be held in the Our Lady of Angels Auditorium at 7:00 p.m.  Refreshments will follow in the school cafeteria.


The United States Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is pleased to partner with the Boy Scouts of America to increase the level of citizen preparedness across the country. DHS has asked the Boy Scouts of America to build upon the foundation of the Ready campaign and to help citizens across the country prepare for emergencies […]