Boy Scouts New Scout Open House

Interested in learning more about Boy Scouts? Young men in grades 5+ and their parents are invited to attend a New Scout Open House on March 2nd from 8:00-9:00 pm.  The meeting will take place in the Avila Room in the lower level of St. Teresa’s School at 306 Morris Ave. This is an opportunity to learn more about the active and growing Boy Scout program in Summit. No prior Scouting experience is necessary.

Troop 67 has been an important part of the Summit community since 1933. Today, the Troop has a diverse, boy-led program made up of over 60 young men from Summit and neighboring communities.

The Scouts have planned a series of demonstrations for the boys that will run concurrent with a session just for parents. Have a daughter interested in Scouting?  Come to the meeting and ask about the local Venture Crew 1246 (co-ed ages 14+) and the new Scouts BSA Troop 280 (all girls).

For more information about the Troop, please check out the Troop’s website -- www.troop67online.org or contact the Troop at Summit67BSA@gmail.com.

Contact Information
  1. Scoutmaster Richard Sirabian
  2. Summit67BSA@gmail.com
Mon, March 02
8:00 pm — 9:00 pm
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Interested in learning more about Boy Scouts? Young men in grades 5+ and their parents are invited to attend a New Scout Open House on March 2nd from 8:00-9:00 pm. The meeting will take place in the Avila Room in the lower level of St. Teresa’s School at 306 Morris Ave. This is an opportunity to learn more about the active and growing Boy Scout program in Summit. No prior Scouting ...

306 Morris Ave. Summit, NJ 07901

Avila Room in the lower level of St. Teresa’s School

306 Morris Ave.
Summit, NJ 07901

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