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Welcome to Oldwick Troop 199

BSA Troop 199 meets Mondays (7:30 pm to 9:00 pm) at the Christian Education Building (CEB) of our sponsor, the Zion Lutheran Church, 18 Miller Lane in Oldwick, New Jersey. On some occasions, we schedule our meetings at Fairmount North Park (north of the 512/517 intersection, behind the cemetery and sport fields).

We schedule our Troop meetings in conjunction with the calendar used by Old Turnpike School in Tewksbury. When a school holiday falls on a Monday, we do not have a Troop meeting on that day. Troop meetings will still be held on planned school half-days. In the event of an emergency early dismissal or school cancellation for inclement weather, the Troop meeting is canceled.
We have an active Troop and we enjoy campouts, hikes, high adventure challenges, summer camp, service projects, and many other fun outings.

If you have any questions about our troop, please contact our Scoutmaster.

If you need help with our website, please contact our Webmaster.

Come join us at our next Troop Meeting!

Recharter Documents & Volunteer Choice DUE by 10/20/14

Posted by admin on Sep 14 2014 - 9:23am
Dear Troop 199 Scout Families,
Tonight your son came home with a Recharter Package containing information and documents for you to complete and return no later than October 20th.  Please return them to us in person at one of the following Troop Meetings: Sept. 29, Oct. 6, Oct. 20. This is necessary to insure your son is included in our Troop Charter and able to participate in Troop 199 activities this year.  [If for some reason, your son does not plan to return to the Troop this year, please let us know so that we do not continue to follow-up unnecessarily.]
In addition, attached to this email is the Volunteer Opportunity Choices Form, also due no later than October 20th, for you to fill out and return along with the rest of the Recharter documents or you can email your selected Volunteer position to one of the contacts listed below. It is expected that each family participate in support of Troop 199, as this is an entirely volunteer run organization.

Reminder: How to Request a BOR (Board of Review)

Posted by webmastermn on Sep 13 2014 - 9:00pm
If you are a scout in need of a BOR (Board of Review), please recall the following Troop Procedure:
1)      Be sure that you have completed a successful Scoutmaster Conference and all requirements have been signed off.
2)      Call or speak in person to Mrs.

Reminder: Full Class A Uniform Required for BOR (& all Troop Meetings unless instructed Class B)

Posted by webmastermn on Sep 13 2014 - 8:59pm

Please recall the Troop BOR requirements (taken from the Troop Guidebook):

1)    Policy for Class A Uniform is as follows: BSA shirt & pants, Scout belt and buckle, BSA scout socks,
       hiking boots or dress shoes.  Be sure that all patches are up to date and on the uniform appropriately.
2)    Remember to bring your Scout Handbook.
3)    Be aware that a Scout may be denied advancement if he does not have the full Class A uniform.
4)    A scout looking to advance to Life must be able to show demonstrated active involvement and leadership,
       including fulfillment of a leadership position.


Seabase Summer 2015, yes 2015!

Posted by webmastermn on Sep 13 2014 - 8:59pm

Hi all - 

Yes we are talking about next summer’s opportunity to attend Seabase.  We were lucky enough in the lottery this year to secure 1 crew for the same week! July 13, 2015 to July 19th 2015.

Troop 199 2014-2015 Scout Year Actions

Posted by webmastermn on Sep 13 2014 - 8:59pm

Dear Troop 199 Scout Families,

We hope everyone is enjoying the summer.

We are fast approaching the beginning of the scout year and we have numerous initiatives to communicate.


Troop 199 Scoutmaster Needed: Please Consider Volunteering

Posted by webmastermn on Aug 26 2014 - 5:04pm

Dear Troop 199 Scout Families,

The goal of Troop 199 is to provide all of our young men with an outstanding opportunity to be part of the scouting experience.  We do this through the participation of many adult volunteers and leaders.