Offsite Meeting – 2/2 – Happy Tymes Bowling

On Monday, February 2nd, Troop 6 is hosting a fun off-site meeting for all of the boys part of Troop 6. Meet us at Happy Tymes Bowling Center at 7:30. No uniform is required and Troop 6 is treating the boys to 2 games of bowling with shoe rentals. See everyone there!

Even though this event to free to scouts in Troop 6, please register online. This is important so we can gauge how many boys to expect.

National Youth Leadership Training

2 Weekend Spring Course
March 20-22, & April 17-19, 2015 at Ockanickon Scout Reservation
Cost is $250.00 which includes all meals, camping and materials.
Discount tuition if registered by 2/1.

National Youth Leadership Training is an exciting, action-packed program designed for councils to provide youth members with leadership skills and experience they can use in their home troops and in other situations demanding leadership of self and others.

The NYLT course centers around the concepts of what a leader must BE, what he must KNOW, and what he must DO. The key elements are then taught with a clear focus on HOW TO. The skills come alive during the week as the patrol goes on a Quest for the Meaning of Leadership.

NYLT is a six-day course. Content is delivered in a troop and patrol outdoor setting with an emphasis on immediate application of learning in a fun environment. Interconnecting concepts and work processes are introduced early, built upon, and aided by the use of memory aids, which allows participants to understand and employ the leadership skills much faster.
Follow this link to register.


It is time to register for summer camp!

Troop 6 will be attending No-Be_Bo-Sco in Blairstown, NJ.
Registration is now open. Please register online to reserve your spot for the week of July 12th-18th. Once NoBe has the 2015 camp packet and Program available, we can post that online. It's not available yet. Please register online by searching for the dates on the online calendar Troop 6 calendar above.

Read additional information about cost, fees and physicals in our Summer Camp Information Flyer found on our website to the right under camping trip information sheets.

Remember, every camper and leader needs to complete the BSA Medical forms A,B and C in order to attend. You need to have a physical dated after July 2014 signed by a physician. If you have not had your yearly physical, please schedule it now. There are no exceptions to this rule! BSA medical forms can be found on our website in the frequently used forms section

Welcome to Troop 6

Boy Scouts of America Troop 6, founded in 1923, is a Scout led Troop that is sponsored by the Doylestown United Methodist Church of Doylestown, PA. A core principle of our Troop is to keep Scouting relevant and real for our Scouts and all those involved in the Program. Since its inception, Troop 6 has produced over 115 Eagle Scouts, 26 since 2010. We currently have 46 scouts as well as a robust set of Uniformed Leaders and an experienced Troop Committee. We have a strong passion for helping newer scouts successfully transition into our Troop from Webelos, and we work closely with them to ensure they steadily progress in rank. We also spend significant time and have a proven Life-to-Eagle approach that helps our older Scouts successfully complete their journey from Life Scout to Eagle Scout. We camp 8-9 weekends a year, spend one week at summer camp, participate in several day trips, and perform many community service projects. We also have a strong High Adventure Program in Troop 6 for our older scouts. We have sent many Scout crews and adults to Philmont Scout Reservation in New Mexico and Sea Base in the Florida Keys. We also organize our own High Adventure trips such as this year’s backpacking adventure in The Shenandoah National Park. We will be returning to Sea Base in 2015 and Philmont once again in 2016.

The Troop meets regularly on Monday evenings at 7:30PM at the church

Troop 6 Reminders

January is a busy month where we get to show our stuff at Klondike, so please ensure you practice your Knots, review your first aid info and study the other topics we will be practicing on our Laughing Waters trip!!!

We also need Scouts to sign up for a position in our Scout Sunday session, scheduled for February 8th at 11 AM. Please contact Mr. Miller or Mr. King for details.

Congratulations to Troop 6! Once again, we have earned the Journey of Excellence Gold Award, the highest award possible for a Boy Scouts troop. WTG!

SCOUTMASTER CONFERENCES: Please send an e-mail to requesting a conference and the preferred date of the Troop Meeting to meet. After your Scoutmaster conference, remember to schedule a Board of Review with Mr. Grube.

UNIFORMS: Class A uniforms must be worn to every Monday meeting, Court of Honors and all scouting activities. Class B uniforms can be worn when communicated. Please reference the Parents Handbook if you have any questions about the Class A uniform.

Remember to bring your HANDBOOK to EVERY meeting.

MERIT BADGES: Scouts taking merit badges, remember, your merit badge counselors come prepared every meeting to help you advance, do them and yourselves a favor and remember to BE PREPARED for each meeting. When you complete a merit badge, remember to give Mr. Grube the signed merit badge card.

Interested in joining Troop 6?

New members are welcome at any time!

Please contact Melissa King - Our Membership and Marketing Coordinator for more information -