Scouting is unique journey and is unlike anything your son may have experienced before.
Scouting is different than school or organized sports because a Boy Scout troop allows the opportunity for the youth to be in charge. THEIR requests become our agenda. THEIR ideas for adventure, fun, and excitement are what the adults guide them to fruition. In Scouting, THEY speak and the adults listen.
By practicing representative democracy, they pick their own leaders who form the “Patrol Leader Council,” which creates the monthly/yearly agenda. Scouts work together on every issue, from what to eat at camp to deciding who will wash dishes and shop for food. They learn to practice communication, public speaking, teamwork, conflict-resolution and leadership skills. Skills they will need to excel in the “real world”.
By taking advantage of any of the 136 (as of April 2015) possible merit badges, they gain exposure to areas of interest ranging from Aviation to Small Boat Sailing and much more. Statistically, the Merit Badge program often leads to life-long hobbies and even career choices. At a minimum, Merit Badges help a young man try things he may never have had a chance to do if not for the Scouting experience, such archery, sailing, or camping.
Boy Scout Troop – Young Men ages 11-18
What day are meetings?
Meetings for Troop 213 are every week on Tuesday Helen I. Smith School – Saddle Brook, NJ.
What time are the meetings?
Meetings start at 7:30pm and end at 9:00pm.
Where are the meetings held?
Meetings are held at Helen I. Smith School – Saddle Brook, NJ unless otherwise indicated by the scoutmaster or leader.
When are meetings not held?
Holidays or are when school is not in session.
Kiwanis of Saddle Brook, NJ
Chartered Organization Representative – Frank Wojno
Robert Collazo at: firstname.lastname@example.org To Join
For More Information, please visit our Scoutlander Website
Northern New Jersey Council
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The Honor Guard of Saddle Brook Boy Scout Troop 213 has set up collection stations at Police Headquarters in the lobby and at Town Hall in the lobby. The Honor guard will be collecting flags and properly retiring them at their monthly camping trips.
Anyone who has an American Flag that is no longer in use can drop it off at one of these locations.
Saddle Brook Police Department
63 Market Street
Saddle Brook, NJ 07663
Saddle Brook Municipal Building
93 Market Street
Saddle Brook, NJ 07663
Any questions can be directed to James Maniscalco at email@example.com or 917-709-7632