Boy Scout Troop 51                     


Onondaga District • Fayetteville, NY


The Longest Serving Troop In Longhouse Council ~ Scouting Excellence Since 1912

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Order of the Arrow
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Troop 51 is a chartered organization of the Boy Scouts of America and is chartered by the United Methodist Church of Fayetteville.

COMING UP: 
Camping March 24-26 at Camp
  Kingsley
Unit Election for Order of the Arrow, Monday, March 27th. OA members please wear your OA Sash!
Wander’s Rest Service Project: April 1st
Junior Leader Training - April 7-8, Highland Forest Pines Cabin
JAMBOREE SHAKEDOWN WEEKEND: April 21-22, location TBA
Camping: April 28-30 Woodland (shooting sports weekend)

NEW! Young men and women ages 14-20 can join Venture Crew 51 and experience fun & adventure in the great outdoors in this excellent co-ed Scouting program designed just for them!

Click the Venturing logo to find out more!

TROOP WEATHER POLICY:

Troop 51 does NOT cancel meetings based on school closures. Meetings are “on” if you do not hear from us. If there is a cancellation you will receive an email by 5:00 p.m.

Order of the Arrow is Scouting’s National Honor Society and is dedicated to servant leadership to the Order, the Council and the Troop. There are several eligibility requirements detailed on the OA page including election to the Order by the Scout’s peers in his Troop. This year’s election will be held MARCH 27th. Please see OA Troop Rep. Connor if you have any questions.

Welcome Packs 244, 153 & 152

Crossovers!

Jacob Rolnick is Troop 51’s newest Eagle Scout and will be honored in an Eagle Court of Honor on Sunday, March 12, 2017 at 2:00.


Read about Jacob’s Scouting career, personal interests and future plans on the Scout Troop 51 Blog by clicking HERE.

Troop 51‘s Newest Eagle Scout Jacob Rolnick