12-04 -> 12-05TroopGame Night Overnight
12-05TroopCommunity Service
12-07TroopTroop Meeting
12-14TroopTroop Meeting
12-21TroopCourt of Honor
01-04TroopTroop Meeting
01-11TroopTroop Meeting
01-14 -> 01-17TroopCampout-Massawepie Winter Challenge
12-04 -> 12-05TroopGame Night Overnight
6 people attending
12-05TroopCommunity Service
1 people attending
01-22TroopJoint Scout Sledding
0 people attending
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01-29TroopBorder Patrol visit
1 people attending
07-17 -> 07-23TroopMassawepie Scout Camp
0 people attending

Welcome !

Welcome to Boy Scout Troop 105, Mendon, New York

Our Vision:

  • To offer an EXCITING Outdoor Program,
  • To have FUN meeting nights,
  • To be ORGANIZED in everything we do,
  • To be sure EVERONE can achieve their goals.

Troop 105 is boy lead which means the boys design the program and lead the approved events. Troop 105 focuses their efforts on outdoor programming, fun meeting nights, and strive to help each other achieve their goals.

The Troop strives to have camping opportunities each month of the year offering exciting camping experiences for the adventurous scout. 

Some of the favorite annual events are:

  • Scout Brigade
  • Trophy Challenge
  • Rock Climbing
  • Massawepie
  • ADK Paddle Trip

The scouts plan patrol meetings during their monthly Patrol Leader Council (PLC) meetings with the guidance of adult volunteers.

Advancements can be initiated individually, patrol or troop level. Some events that facilitate advancement in rank or badges are the Merit Bade University, Massawepie Camp, or Seven Ranges camp or the scout can work with a Merit Badge counselor on any desired badge.

The boys participate in council and international activities such as a Trophy Challenge, Scout Brigade at Fort George.

Troop 105 actively serves the community through several planned annual events as well as Eagle Scout projects in Mendon and Honeoye Falls.

  • Flag Placing for Memorial Day
  • Food Link
  • Mendon Fire Department Chicken BBQ
  • Mendon Station Festival
  • Scouting for Food
The scouts earn money for troop activities by holding two annual fundraisers, a pancake breakfast and a dunking booth at the Mendon Carnival.
 
Joining Requirements
Boy Scouting is available to boys who have earned the Arrow of Light Award or have completed the fifth grade, or who are 11 through 17 years old. Click here to request information about joining Troop 105.

Troop Fundraisers

Posted on Nov 20 2021 - 5:13pm

Don't forget....each scout is encouraged to earn $200 (and each adult $100) to help cover their yearly dues. Raising the money is easy! Here are a couple of suggestions...

CTC Campout Planning

Posted on Oct 16 2021 - 11:17am

CTC Campout is a next weekend! Please make sure you attend the following planning events:

Tuesday, 10/19 Troop Meeting: Pack trailer with troop equipment.

10/5 Troop Meeting

Posted on Sep 28 2021 - 9:22pm

10/5 Troop Meeting: Toten Chip

Bring your knife, sharpening equipments, and your blood circle!

Register for Challenge Trophy Camporee NOW!

Posted on Sep 25 2021 - 8:37pm

Registration payment is now due to council for CTC.

Planning on attending, please sign-in and sign up now!

Troop 105 Dues for 2020 are needed by November 19th

Posted on Oct 14 2019 - 6:10pm
It's time for Troop 105 to recharter its membership for scouts and adult volunteers.
 
Amount: $90 per Scout and $38 for each trained adult volunteer
 
How: Cash or check made payable to Troop 105 paid at any troop meeting until November 19th.
 
Note: Adults must fill out and submit the Background Check Disclosure authorization form in order to be put on the charter.

I will have copies available for your signature if you haven't already signed one last week.

Safe Scouting Video

Posted on Sep 25 2019 - 10:04am

After the local arrest of Ronald Rowcliffe, I felt it was a good time to review the BSA policies and guidelines for scout safety. We take the welfare of all the scouts very seriously and want to inform and remind everyone of safety practices to help protect our children. In addition to this video, all parents that haven't already taken YPT, should take Youth Protection Training. Click here for the How to Guide for Taking Youth Protection Training.

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