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Welcome to Troop 209's website

It's an exciting time for Troop 209, as we celebrate our 81st year. Troop 209's Charter Organization is Perinton Presbyterian Church in Perinton, New York. We meet Monday evenings at 7 pm in a lower level classroom of the church on Pittsford-Palmyra Road (RT 31). Our Troop has achieved Gold Level certification in the Boy Scouts of America's Journey to Excellence program which denotes the overall quality of a Troop's program and training of our Troop leadership. Our scouting program provides training in the life skills needed to help your son to succeed as an adult while having fun and creating life long friends. Earning merit badges and increasing in rank helps the Scout see his progress and gives them recognition for all their hard work. 

Everyone is welcome and is encouraged to come see what exciting adventures and fun activities are happening at Troop 209.

Fun Activities We Do As A Troop:

  • Fishing, Hiking, Backpacking, Tent Camping
  • Monthly outdoor camping activities 
  • Challange Trophy Camporee (October)
  • Boy Scout Summer Camp at Camp Massawepie in the Adirondacks (July)
  • Christmas Tree lot (December)
  • Sporting Events
  • Community Service Projects
  • Helping local packs through our Pinewood Derby Clinic
  • and much more!

If you have any questions regarding our Troop or Scouting in general please contact our Recruitment Chair Kris Noblett at knoblett@frontiernet.net or Committee Chairperson Jeanne Fess at jeannemarie.fess@rochesterregional.org.

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Check out all the upcoming activities and Merit Badge Opportunities on the Troop Website Calendar!

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Join the Troop as we Ski Pico Mountain in Vermont over the February break. Skiing in Vermont is the best in the East. Sign up on the Troop Website. Space is limited to 20 people. 

 

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