Troop 761 Announcements

BSA Troop 761
Ashburn, VA

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Troop 761 Open House
All Goose Creek District Webelos II scouts are invited to come see Troop 761 on
Monday, 7 December at 7PM. Follow this link to find out where we meet!

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Scouting for Food is THIS Saturday at The Community Church in Ashburn.


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USS New Jersey Outing isn't until April, but we need a $35 deposit for each attendee ASAP.
Go to out
PayPal Tab or give Ms. O'Connell the deposit in person

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Webelos-O-Ree will be held on 20 November so that means... Monkey Bridge

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Troop 761 is a chartered member of the Boy Scouts of America (BSA) National Capital Area Council (NCAC) in the Goose Creek District. The Scouts and Members of Troop 761 have been proudly serving the Northern Virginia Region since the Troop's inception in 1996. Please take a few minutes and explore this site and learn more about our Troop.

If you like what you see come visit us during any of our meetings or contact us regarding any additional questions you may have.

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Upcoming Troop Events


If you support scouting and have a desire to help boys grow into young leaders please consider volunteering for Troop 761. If you're a member of the troop, consider volunteering for one of the open adult Committee or ASM positions.

Donate to the Troop Equipment Fund!
We need to start replacing some of the equipment that has served us well. Tents, stoves, a pesky gas regulator, etc. We also want to improve our ability to go on remote camping trips. Please help us to improve your troop by donating to our equipment fund.

Popcorn sales help each scout and they help the troop. Be sure to buy some popcorn either on-line or in person from a Troop761 Scout

Camping is the joyous part of a Scout's life.  Living out in God's open air, among the hills and the trees, and the birds and the beasts, and the sea and the rivers -- that is, living with nature, having your own little canvas home, doing your own cooking and exploration -- all this brings health and happiness such as you can never get among the bricks and smoke of your own.
-  Robert Baden-Powell, Scouting for Boys