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Winter/Spring 2024

The Scouts started off the year with a HOST hike (History of Scouting Trail) where they visited various Washington, DC landmarks that have played a role in Scouting's history.

In February, the Troop camped at Marsh's Farm, a long-time winter camping site. Despite the cold weather, the Scouts persevered and had a great time. The 106th Anniversary Dinner was held the next month, following by a backpacking trip along the C&O Canal. In May, the Scouts had their last camping trip of the season before summer, spending two nights at the American Chestnut Land Trust, along the Chesapeake Bay in Maryland.

Fall 2023

The Fall Scout season began with a Patrol Leaders Council where they received leadership training and planned out some of the activities for the year. Later in September, the Troop had an Eagle Court of Honor for a Scout who earned this prestigious award.

In November, the Troop had their largest Pancake Breakfast ever followed by a successful Tree Sale in December.

Camping trips brought the Scouts to Camp Big Mac, Sugarloaf Mountain and Walkersville Watershed. The Troop finished out the year with their Holiday Party, where each Scout brought in a small item, all wrapped up, for another Scout to attempt to open.

Summer 2023

Scout Troop 100 had a busy summer, with two weeklong camping trips as well as a high adventure trek to Philmont Scout Ranch.

The summer began with the trip to Goshen Scout Camp in Goshen, Virginia. The Scouts worked on their merit badges and enjoyed swimming, rifle shooting and other activities.

Later in the summer, Scouts attend Camp Rodney, on the shores of the Chesapeake Bay where they learned about the unique ecology of the area while working on merit badges like motor boating, leatherwork and archery.

Also, in August, Scouts headed to Philmont Scout Ranch in Cimarron, New Mexico to embark on a 70 mile backpacking trip. The Scouts went rock climbing, hiked up Mt. Baldy and enjoyed hiking and camping in the high desert.

Spring-Summer 2022

The Century Troop has been busy this year. After participating in Goshen, Rodney, and Philmont over the summer, the Troop helped complete three Eagle Scout projects during the winter. While the Scouts will see these new Eagle Scouts head off to college, the Century Troop is happy that several plan to continue as University Reserve Scouters, helping the Troop when home on vacation. Additionally, the Troop is excited to welcome several new Scouts, some brand new to BSA and some continuing on from Cub Scout dens, joining the Troop for next year’s adventures.

Appalachian Trail hike

appalachian trail

In April, the Scouts went on an overnight hike along the Appalachian Trail

Winter 2021-2022

The Scouts had a busy Winter, going on camping trips to places like Marsh's Farm and helping their fellow Scouts complete Eagle Scout projects.

Marsh's Farm

Fall 2021

The Century Troop is meeting this fall after a busy summer of camping. Possibly to make up for a year of Covid, Troop 100 Scouts attended Goshen, Philmont, and Rodney! Now the Scouts are ready to embark on a new year full of Scoutcraft, hiking, camping, and service opportunities.

Fall 2020

Troop 100 continues to meet despite the limitations of Coronavirus. Taking advantage of the opportunity to explore nature closer to home, Troop 100 went hiking in Glover-Archbold Park and the Battery Kemble Trail among others. As camping is essential to the program, the Troop has held camping @ home evenings. Most recently, the Troop held an outdoor movie night, enjoying the Scout classic Follow Me Boys after time on Scoutcraft to allow the newest Scouts to meet requirements. And, Troop 100 would never forget the Scout Law to be helpful in this pandemic season, turning Scouting for Food into its second contactless Food Drive this year.

Christmas Tree Sale


Friends of Troop 100,

The Troop 100 Christmas Tree Sale is here.  We have the freshest trees in town. And, we heard you loud and clear - 2 types!  Your tree is growing on a local family-owned farm and will be cut the day before the sale.

Canaan Fir, Douglas Fir, tabletop trees and, new this year, wreaths and white pine roping.

Don’t miss your opportunity to get some of the freshest trees in town from a local, family-run tree farm while supporting your local Boy Scout Troop! These trees are the highest quality trees available and have been carefully shaped and trimmed into Christmas trees.

Date: Saturday, December 7, 2019, 8 am to 4 pm
Location: Wisconsin Avenue Baptist Church (just off Tenley Circle)

Table-tops: $40 Wreaths: $30 to $35

Price: Large trees: Canaan Valley Fir $80 and Douglas Fir $70

Delivery available within 3 miles for $10


Best way to get the tree you want and save 10% is to pre-order online at:

Questions can be forwarded to: [email protected]

Follow the Troop on facebook: CenturyTroop



Sugarloaf Camping Trip

The Troop had perfect camping weather this weekend camping for the first campout of the year.

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