Troop 600B is an all-male Troop of Servant Leaders that meets and camps year-round. The Troop is open to youth ages 11 through 17.
Girls in the same age range interested in joining a Scouts BSA unit should contact the Scoutmaster of all-female Troop 219G at email@example.com.
Boys and girls kindergarten through 5th grade can join a co-ed Pack (with single gender dens). Pack 600 can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To participate in a Sea Scout Ship (co-ed for youth ages 14 through 20) to learn to sail and SCUBA, please contact the Skipper at email@example.com.
Troop 600B offers a complete Scouting experience, even during the pandemic - Monday night meetings, monthly outings, Thursday night SCOUTDUDEx talks (like TEDx, just Scoutier), SCOUTDUDE Online Merit Badge Academy (over 50 badges offered by our on-house faculty), J.E. Denny Scouting Ambassador Program (The Troop 600 Do A Good Turn Daily Award), Duty To God Religious Emblems program, service projects such as supporting the food pantry managed by Venturing Crew 151 in Greensboro (we've collected over 23,000 lbs of food since March 2020), Adopt-A-Highway, and flag retirement ceremonies. We have remained active during the pandemic.
Currently, 6 Scouts are leading Eagle projects in our community. Last year, our Scouts completed 11 Eagle projects.
We are sending two crews to Philmont Scout Reservation in June 2021 (the High Knolls of the West). We send two to four crews to Philmont every other years. Alternate years, our Scouts attend National Jamborees, World Jamborees, and other High Adventure Bases.
In July 2020, we held our first ever week-long summer camp at Cherokee Scout Reservation with a staff of more than 25 trained professionals and over 50 participants. We are planning another similar long-term outing experience in 2021.
As a Troop of Servant Leaders, we also believe we should serve those within our Troop - with respect and with dignity. We have two Patrols of Scouts on the Autism spectrum supported by four dedicated Assistant Scoutmasters, one of whom is an Eagle Scout and on the spectrum. We also have Scouts "mainstreamed" who have visual, physical, and dietary differences. The most unique aspect of our Troop that we are the proudest of is that every Scout family believes "Scouting is for all!"
E-mail us for more information about participation if you are registered now with another unit or about membership if you are new to Scouting - firstname.lastname@example.org.
Top BSA Quality Award 2006 - 2021
National Outdoor Challenge Unit Award 2016 - 2021
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