Check here often for updated information!  See also our Troop Calendar for the latest Scouting activities at the unit, district and council levels!

Troop 145 Events

  • Next Meeting TBD in August, 2019

  • Stay Tuned Here for Updated Information











Current Sign- Up Sheets  (*=Last chance)
Pulaski Yankees Scout Night  Friday, June 28, 2019 
Claytor Lake Day Sunday, July 14, 2019

Annual Health and Medical Record Forms

The Scouting adventure, camping trips, high-adventure excursions, and having fun are important to everyone in Scouting—and so is your safety and well-being. Completing the Annual Health and Medical Record is the first step in making sure you have a great Scouting experience. So what do you need?

Are You Going to Camp?

Please complete Parts A and B of the form.  A pre-participation physical is needed and Part C must be completed by certified and licensed physicians (MD, DO), nurse practitioners, or physician assistants.

  • REQUIRED for resident campers (summer or winter camps)
  • REQUIRED for events 72 hours or more
  • MUST be completed annually and are required to be in date for the entire duration of an event (ie: Can't expire on Wednesday of Summer Camp)
  • Highly Recommended for all Scouts in Troop 145.

If NOT Going To Camp

Please complete Part A and B of the form. (Part C is Highly Recommended for all Scouts in Troop 145)

  • Applies to ALL participants in troop activities such as local trips and weekend camping trips less than 72 hours in duration.

Click Here to Download an Annual Health and Medical Record Form (Part A, B and C)



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 "@d6d2d6" to the number 81010 or (724) 471-5062
No mobile phone - Go to on a desktop computer for email notifcations






sportsballsScouts and Sports together make a balanced diet of activities! Scouting is flexible enough for a Scout to excel at both, and many Scouts do. Scouting encourages a well-rounded balance of activities, and a 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 Scout players in various sports thoughout the seasons!  As Troop 145 starts a new Scout Year and should a Scout be unavailable for Monday meetings or other activities,  please stay in communication with your 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 planned troop activities!