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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.

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Come join us at our next Troop Meeting!

West Point Campout - May 1-3

Posted by ptfabiano on Mar 12 2015 - 5:41pm

For the last 52 years, a scout camporee has been held at West Point Military Academy in West Point, NY

It accommodates about 6000 scouts including Boy Scout Troops, Venture Crews, and Girl Scout Troops.

The admission to the camporee is very competitive and thanks to the efforts of ASM Spada, we were granted a slot at the camporee this spring.

Bird Study Merit Badge- Saturday, March 21

Posted by webmasterpf on Mar 8 2015 - 11:25am
The 'Bird Study' merit badge for Boy Scouts 11-17 years old will be on Saturday, March 21 from 9:00AM - 12:00PM.  Please see the attached flier for more information and feel free to share with other interested scouts.  The fee for this badge workshop is $20/scout.

Summer Camp- Sunday, July 12- Saturday July 18th. Register now.

Posted by webmasterpf on Mar 8 2015 - 11:18am

Resica Falls Scout Reservation


Situated in the beautiful Pocono Mountains, Resica Falls Scout Reservation is a 4200+ acre Scouting Paradise.  Set in what seems like an endless track of mountain trails, clear streams, and waterfalls is an amazing program of activities for Scouts to enjoy for their summer camp experience.  

Founded in 1957 by a joint effort between the Valley Forge and Philadelphia Councils to create a huge parcel of land for scouts to use for generations to come.  Although the Valley Forge Council would become the sole proprietor of the property in 1965, these same two councils would merge in 1996 creating the Cradle of Liberty Council where Scouts from Delaware, Montgomery, and Philadelphia counties would once again find themselves stewards of this wilderness treasure.  The Council would later enter into a land trust agreement preserving the property forever as an undeveloped forest for Scouting use.  In 2007, Resica Falls celebrated its 50th summer season of scout camping.  Since its founding, tens of thousands of Scouts have enjoyed an experience among the hidden natural treasures creating memories that will last a lifetime.

Nuclear Science Merit Badge- March 28th- Registration Opens on February 26th at 7:00 PM

Posted by webmasterpf on Feb 25 2015 - 6:48pm
You are invited to join us on Saturday, March 28 for our highly anticipated Nuclear Science Merit Badge Workshop for scouts grades seven and higher!  


New Scouts!

Posted by webmasterpf on Feb 24 2015 - 9:41pm
Troop 199 Welcomes 9 new members to the troop.  At last weeks Pack 199 Blue and Gold Dinner, the following Webelos II participated in the crossing over ceremony at TES in Tewksbury.  The ceremony was conducted jointly with several current Boy Scouts from Troop 199 and the Pack Leadership.  It was  a moving and festive occassion:

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

Posted by webmastermn on Nov 15 2014 - 11:35am

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.