01-10Klondike Derby Prep zero additional cost
01-17Eagle Dinner
01-23 -> 01-25Klondike Derby
02-01Scout Sunday
02-07Eagle Dinner Saved Date
02-17Philmont Adult Advisors Meeting
02-20 -> 02-22Ressica Falls
03-15Philmont Pack Inspection
01-10Klondike Derby Prep zero additional cost
16 people attending
01-23 -> 01-25Klondike Derby
17 people attending
Register by Jan-15-15
02-17Philmont Adult Advisors Meeting
3 people attending
03-17Philmont Advisors and Crew Chief Meeting
3 people attending
03-20 -> 03-22Philmont Crew 3 Backpacking Trip
10 people attending
04-24 -> 04-26Philmont Crew 4 Backpacking Trip
2 people attending
05-09 -> 05-10Philmont Contingent Training Weekend
8 people attending
01-01Test Event
4 people attending

Welcome to Troop 117

About Troop 117

Troop 117 is located in Plymouth Meeting, PA.  The troop serves boys ages 11 through 17 from the Whitpain, Plymouth, Whitemarsh, and Conshohocken areas.  We meet on Thursday nights at 7:00 PM in the Grady Hall portion of the Holy Rosary school located at Epiphany Of Our Lord R.C. Church at the corner of Walton and Township Line Roads.  Troop 117 is made up of 4 patrols and a varsity crew, consisting of about 40 scouts and 10 adults.  Every year after new scouts join the troop, generally, Webelos, a “New Boy Patrol" is formed to create an environment for the new scouts to learn scoutcraft skills, leadership, and teamwork, before having the option to transfer to existing scout patrols.

The Varsity crew consists of older scouts who are participating in High Adventure activities while typically continuing to serve in troop leadership positions.  To be a member of Varsity Team 117, a scout must be a primary member of a troop, usually, Troop 117, out of the eighth grade, submitted a membership application which has approved by the Varsity Coach and be active in Team 117 activities. 

Webelos from Pack 216 have committed to joining the troop

Posted by rogermilton on Dec 18 2014 - 9:03am

I have just received confirmation that four Webelos from Pack 216 have committed to crossing over to the Troop.  We are quite pleased with their decision and look forward to their participation in the program.

Holiday Party at Dec. 18 Troop Meeting

Posted by michaelrueter on Dec 14 2014 - 1:35pm

Come to the Dec. 18 troop meeting ready to party!  It's the annual troop holiday party.  Bring a gift of $10 or less for the Pollyanna gift exchange.  Patrols should bring snacks and treats as follows: Scorpions: Sweets (cookies, brownies, etc); Lightning: Crackers, cheese, sliced pepperoni, etc.; Penguins: Drinks, including hot chocolate mix, soda, iced tea, etc. See you there!

Sea Base Options

Posted by paulggarvey on Dec 10 2014 - 11:03am

Currently two options are under consideration for Sea Base in 2016.  Basically the big boat and the bigger boat. The big boat will support a crew of up to 8.  The bigger boat supports from 18 to 20.  Currently we have 15 individuals who have delivered a check to the treasurer and reserved a spot.  We are actively seeking additional participants to lower the cost and potentially give us a shot at the bigger boat.  Both are exciting adventures.  To participate a scout would have to exit the eighth grade in May of 2016.   If interested, deliver a check for $100 to Mr. Rueter as soon as possible.  We will be committing to a particular option in January.  Mr. Milton

2014 Merit Badge College

Posted by rogermilton on Dec 10 2014 - 9:38am

2015 Merit Badge College

Please Submit 2015 Troop Dues Now

Posted by michaelrueter on Nov 21 2014 - 6:48am

If you haven't already, please pay troop dues for 2015 now.  Please follow the link "Troop Dues for 2015" in the menu at right for the details on your dues balance.  Note that everyone that paid for 2014 summer camp at Camp Rodney has been credited $25 because the summer camp trip ended up with a surplus.  

World Jamboree 2015 Registration now open

Posted by rogermilton on Nov 5 2014 - 5:12pm

2015 World Jamboree
The World Scout Jamboree is a Scouting jamboree of the World Organization of the Scout Movement, (WOSM) typically attended by several tens of thousands of Scouts from around the world, aged 14 to 17 every 4 years.

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