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Welcome to Troop 1969

Boy Scout Troop 1969 is chartered by Stanton Reformed Church in Stanton, NJ.

Founded in 1910, the Boy Scouts of America (BSA) have a track record of producing boys of character and our future leaders. Troop 1969 meets the needs of boys and families in Readington and Clinton Township area of Hunterdon County, NJ.  Troop 1969 is part of the Hunterdon Arrowhead District in the Washington Crossing Council.

Boy Scouts is all about development and advancement.  Along the path between Tenderfoot and Eagle Scout, the Boy Scout program and Troop 1969 focuses on many aspects: 

          • Teaching Leadership
          • Building Character
          • Fostering Responsibility
          • Appreciating Outdoor Adventure
          • Encouraging Personal Fitness
          • Developing Skills
          • Promoting Advancement

 

Troop 1969 Profile

In Joining Troop 1969, you will find the following:

  • Over 40 registered Boy Scouts
  • 3 Boy Scout Patrols, 1 of which a Senior Leader Patrol
  • 1 Scoutmaster and 14 Assistant Scoutmasters

Who Can Join Troop 1969?

There are two types of people that can enlist in our troop:

  • Idividuals who are 11 years old
  • Cub Scouts who are 10 years old and have finished 5th grade or received the Webelos Arrow of Light award

People who fulfill one of these statements are eligible to join Troop 1969. While most of our scouts attend Readington Middle School and Hunterdon Central Regional High School, all boys interested in our troop or in our area are welcome to join.

*note: all BSA Troops have an age limit of 18.

When Does Troop 1969 Meet?

Regular Troop meetings are every Tuesday night from 7:30 - 9:00 PM at Stanton Reformed Church (1 Stanton Mountain Road, Stanton, NJ 08885). The troop also goes on monthly outings throughout the region. The adventures for Troop 1969 scouts includes camping, hiking and backpacking, biking, canoeing/kayaking, climbing, historic and civic field trips, & much more.

Can my Son Become an Eagle Scout at Troop 1969?

Obtaining Eagle Scout is not a simple trail, but Troop 1969 encourages all scouts to pursue rank advancement leading to Eagle Scout. Since the troop was founded in 1969, over 80 scouts have attained the rank of Eagle Scout. Our guiding scouts and giving leaders will help you to become a 1969 Eagle Scout by.