BSA Scout Troop #692

Hello & Welcome,

Troop 692 is proud of their scouts.  Playing hard, working hard and keeping physically fit is our goal.  We have traveled to New Mexico for hiking, CapeCod for biking, Florida for boating.  We serve our community in many ways.    

Scouts build skills to prepare them for bigger trips as they get older. For example, in 2016 senior Scouts spent two weeks on a Wilderness Canoe Trip in Canada! And in 2017, Scouts went on a sailing trip in the Bahamas! These are just a few of the many adventures that can happen through Scouting.

Boys and girls between the ages of 11 and 17 can join at any time and are encouraged to do so.  Please give me a shout if your son or daughter is interested.  He or she can come by and check us out!

Mr. Medici, Scoutmaster


Virtual Meetings

Posted on Nov 20 2020 - 4:08pm

Due to the in-person gathering restrictions that have been put in place by Governor Scott and the Green Mountain Council, Troop 692 will be moving to a virtual meeting format until the restrictions are relaxed.  The Troop Committee recently met and we are please to report that we have agendas in place for what we are hoping will be fun and interesting meetings for our Scouts over the course of the next few months.  In addition to working on merit badges and rank advancements, we will be doing several  fun activities.  Please stay tuned for details about our next virtual meeting that is scheduled for Wednesday, December 2nd at 6:30pmJust as a reminder, we will not be meeting during next week's school break. We hope you and your families have a safe and happy Thanksgiving!

Wednesday's Meeting CANCELLED

Posted on Nov 14 2020 - 8:52pm

The Green Mountain Council has mandated that all in-person meetings be suspended immediately. As such, the meeting originally scheduled for Wednesday, November 18th is CANCELLED.  The Troop Committee will be holding its monthly virtual meeting on Thursday to map out a virtual agenda for the foreseeable future.


Posted on Nov 7 2020 - 7:58pm

If you are an adult leader and either have an expired Youth Protection Training certificate or have one that will be expiring before January 1, 2021, please take the new online YPT training and e-mail a copy of your new certificate to Jason Ruwet at jasonruwet@gmail.com  Please note that we are in the process of our annual re-chartering and that we cannot register you as an adult leader for 2021 unless we have your updated YPT training certificateOur goal is to complete the re-chartering process before Thanksgiving, so if you haven't done so already, please take care of your YPT training asap!  Here is the link to the training site: http://www.scouting.org/Training/YouthProtection.aspx

Important announcement for 2021 Seabase participants

Posted on Sep 14 2020 - 8:46am

We will be holding an informational meeting about the 2021 Seabase trip on Thursday, September 17th at 7:00pm on WebEx. All parents of Scouts who will be joining the 2021 Seabase trips will need to attend this informational meeting.  Since our next payment is due on October 1st, we ask that we have firm commitments from families AND payments in our Troop account well before that date.  Stay tuned for a WebEx link to this meeting.  Please note that this meeting is for parents of Scouts and Scouts signed up for the 2021 Seabase trip only.

Bike Ride - Date change

Posted on Aug 29 2020 - 8:38am

Due to the stormy weather that is in the forecast, the bike ride is being re-scheduled from Saturday, August 29th to Sunday, August 30th. We will still meet at 8:00am in the WCS parking lot on Sunday and caravan up to the spot.  Please sign up using the link on the right hand side of the website if you would like to go!

BSA Troop 692 - Survey Results

Posted on Aug 29 2020 - 8:38am

Thank you to all of the parents who participated in our survey!  With 24 responses, we have heard from at least one parent from every family which gives us an excellent idea as to what our families are thinking about the upcoming year.  The Troop Committee will analyze the results and use them to help formulate this year's program. The results and comments can be viewed at the following link:  https://www.surveymonkey.com/results/SM-G8KNJCFB7/

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