EXPERIENCE THE WOOLRICH UNIT
Placing Youth on the Path to Success
Meet Mondays from 7 pm to 8:30 pm (Troop)
Meet Tuesdays from 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm (Pack)
GET TO KNOW US
Scouts BSA Troop 66 is located at Woolrich Community United Methodist Church on Park Ave in Woolrich, PA. We meet every Monday night from 7 pm to 8:30 pm. We go camping and learn outdoor skills such as building fires, first aid and using a map & compass... In Scouts, you can also earn a total of 135 Merit Badges such as Petcare, Robotics, Fishing, and more! We welcome boys ages 11-17 into Scouting. Come for a visit and see what we are all about!!
Woolrich Unit LEADERS
Troop 66 is Scout-Led
TROOP 66 B
SENIOR PATROL LEADER
Troop 66 B is for boys ages 11-17. The patrols in Troop 66 B are the Toxic Dodo Birds and Soaring Eagles.
Ryan also works with Pack 661 at meetings and events
Corky is the Scoutmaster for Troop 66 & oversees the Troop Meetings & Events.
Corky also oversees Pack 661
Assists with the Pack and Troop when needed
NEWS AND UPDATES
WOOLRICH CUB SCOUT PACK 661 ESTABLISHED
In the community of Woolrich, a Cub Scout Pack is being established! Cub Scouts will make new friends, play purposeful games, and learn new skills. Cub Scout families will have fun camping and taking outdoor adventures along the nearby Mid-State Trail or Woolrich Park. Meetings and group events will be held at the Woolrich Church. The Woolrich Pack is open to Boys & Girls ages 5-10. For more information or interested in joining visit Scoutsbsatroop66.org or contact the Woolrich Pack Cubmaster Corky Probst at 570-660-2401
Washington D.C 2022
Scouts from Troop 66 recently took a 5-day trip to Washington D.C. Scouts stayed at a nearby campground, Cherry Hill Park. Every day was full of adventures to various monuments and museums, including the National Zoo, The National Museum of American History, The Lincoln Memorial, and The Boy Scout Memorial. A highlight of the trip was the unique opportunity to tour the inside of The White House. On the final day, Scouts went to Arlington National Cemetery and visited the Tomb Of The Unknown Soldier, witnessing the changing of the guard.
EXCITING NEWS COMING!!! STAY TUNED
Watch for our History article in the local Express!!