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Troop 145 Events

  • July ____, 2018











Current Sign- Up Sheets  (*=Last chance)
An Exciting Adventure   
Next Campout  


Directions to Ottari & Campfire- June 22, 2018
Dirve RT 8 towards Riner.  Turn right onto Childress Road.  Drive approximately 6 miles into a very curvy portion of road and look for a bridge crossing the Little River.  Turn right onto that bridge entering into Snowville.  Drive the 25 mph through this "town" and then approximately 4 miles to Snowville Elementary School.  Turn left just past the school.  Drive approximately 2 miles to stop sign.  Turn right and follow the road to the Blue Scout reservation and the Scout Law signs.  Driveway will be to your right with alternate parking on the right.

The driveway to the Visitor Center is steep.  If arriving for the 4:00PM BSI, best to try to arrive by 3:00PM for a upper parking spot.  Check in at the Visitor Center before walking uphill to the Apache campsite.  Troop Leaders will show you the way to the BSI Ampitheater.  

If plan to take your Scout home Friday night,  you need to arrive at Apache and gather Scout's gear to your vehicle before 8:00 PM.  You may have to carry gear down the hill to the alternate parking area.  When departing,  sign out your camper and yourself from the Visitor Center.

The campfire will require Scouts to line up on the parade field at 8:15 PM.  This is a looong walk down from Apache and the Visitor Center. Please wear good hiking shoes.  Bring a flash light for the walk back up the huge hilk after the campfire.  


TextingTroop 145 wants to provide immediate communication with Scouts and parents.  Please consider joining in one of three ways:
Smartphones - Open a web browser and type this link: then follow the instructions.
Other phones - Text message "@troop145b" to the number 81010 or (724) 471-5062
No mobile phone - Go to on a desktop computer for email notifcations


BSA Physicals   



sportsballsScouts and Sports together make a balanced diet of activities! Scouting is flexible enough for a Boy Scout to excel at both, and many Scouts do. Scouting encourages a well-rounded balance of activities, and a Boy Scout doesn’t have to attend every Scouting event.  No one should have to feel that it is "Scouts verus Sports" situation.
Troop 145 supports its Boy Scout players in various sports thoughout the seasons!  As Troop 145 starts a new Scout Year and should a Boy Scout be unavailable for Monday meetings or other activities,  please stay in communication with Patrol Leaders and Scoutmaster so we can all be your "cheering section"  in Sport AND in Scouting!  As always, we look forward to your attendance to any of the Troops planned activities!