Welcome to Troop 369!

Welcome to the web site of Troop 369! Our troop can provide you and your son the opportunity to participate in activities that are not available to many other boys of his age.  The goal of our troop and the Boy Scouts of America Program is to build our Scouts into successful young men of exceptional honor and character. The Boy Scouts of America Program will also provide our Scouts with ample opportunities to improve their teamwork and leadership skills.   

See why you won't be disappointed when you join us for fun and adventure!

Check out our 2019 summer camp at Rescia Falls Scout Reservation!


Summer Camp - Resica Falls Scout Reservation July 14 - July 20

Posted by scampanella on Jun 8 2024 - 2:03pm

It's never too late to sign up for summer camp!  Camp is when most scouts fall in love with scouting.  There are planned activities from morning well into the night!  There is some free time built in for troop activities and personal time but there is something going on all the time.  Activities from scout skills to sports! Scouts will have plenty to do.  


Build a lifetime of memories!  Do not let anything stand in the way of the experience of going to camp!



camping trip - Evansburg State Park and Rock Climbing June 14 -June 16

Posted by scampanella on Jun 8 2024 - 1:40pm

Join the troop for a relaxing local camping trip.  Work on personal development and burn off some energy at the Philly Rock Climbing Gym in Oaks PA.  All this fun for only $55 for the weekend.  This includes site rental, food, and the activity fee.  This is a great opportunity to come and hang out with the troop.  Come one night or both! 

Calling all SCOUTS!!! Service Hours Friday May 31 After the Church Picnic

Posted by jwimgrund on May 29 2024 - 11:29am


As a Troop it is our duty and responsibility to be of cheerful service to our chartered organization! 

This Friday May 31, 2004 the Troop will help clean up after the Visitation BVM parish picnic which runs 6:00 – 7:00 PM, Please see the Visitation website for more details on the picnic if you wish to attend!  

Scouts and families please meet in the rear by the scout room at 9:15 PM  and we will make quick work cleaning up after the picnic. We anticipate the clean-up lasting around 1 hour if we get good Troop participation.  Scouts can come dressed in our Class B and show Scout Spirit!

Scouts in need of generic service hours can count this time spent cleaning up after the picnic.  (Note: this time does not count towards conservation service hours.)


Memorial Day Remembrance

Posted by scampanella on May 19 2024 - 10:08pm

Saturday May 2510:45 AM - 1:00 PM


Memorial Day Observance



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The Historical Society of Montgomery County will honor the service of soldiers and veterans interred at Historic Montgomery Cemetery, One Hartranft Avenue, Norristown, on Saturday, May 25, 2024.

Wreaths will be laid at the monuments of General John Frederick Hartranft, General Winfield Scott Hancock, the Memorial Rose Garden, and at the G.A.R. Zook Post #11 Plot.

The day’s observance will begin at 11 a.m.  Local Boy Scout troops, Civil War reenactors, local Masonic lodge members, and others will assist in the wreath laying and program. Volley fire at each site will be provided by Baker Fisher Camp #101. Many of the participants will be dressed in period costumes.

Sons of Union Veterans will conduct the Rose Petal Ceremony at the graves of Civil War soldiers at the Zook GAR Post. Children in attendance will be asked to assist in the Ceremony.

Members of the community are encouraged to join in this observance. 

For information on the Historical Society of Montgomery County’s Memorial Day Observance call 610-272-0297 or email: contact@hsmcpa.org.

Patrol Leaders Council Meeting

Posted by scampanella on May 19 2024 - 10:01pm

This week is a Patrol Leaders Council Meeting.  Only youth leaders need attend.

Camping trip to Fort Delaware and Pea Patch Island May 17-19

Posted by scampanella on May 12 2024 - 3:34pm

Situated on Pea Patch Island in the middle of the Delaware River, Fort Delaware was initially constructed in the mid-1800s to protect Wilmington and Philadelphia from enemy attack. Fort Delaware served that role through WWI. The fort was among the most state-of-the-art in the nation when it was completed and housed prisoners of war during the Civil War due to its relative isolation. Within the walls of Fort Delaware, visitors can also see Battery Torbert. Along the Prison Camp Trail lies the entrance to the mine casemate that controlled the mines that were deployed in the river in the late 1800s and early 1900s. The Pea Patch Heronry is one of the largest mixed species nest colony for herons, egrets, and ibis in the eastern United States. Other nesters that can be found on the island include osprey and bald eagles. Paranormal tours are offered in the fall and living history interpretation is offered year-round.

The State of Delaware deeded Pea Patch Island, located in the Delaware River between Delaware and New Jersey, to the U.S. government in 1813, and construction of Fort Delaware was completed around 1859.

Arriving at Pea Patch Island

Originally built to protect the ports of Wilmington and Philadelphia, Pea Patch Island also became a Union prison camp during the Civil War, housing up to as many as 12,595 Confederate prisoners of war at one time. Manned only briefly during World Wars I and II, the island and fort were finally abandoned and declared surplus property in 1944, when ownership was transferred back to the State of Delaware. Fort Delaware became a state park in 1951.

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