Troop 225 Aston, Pa

The scouts of Troop 225 are part of something much greater than just our local troop. We are part of the international brotherhood of Scouting, a movement founded at Brownsea Island, England by Lord Robert Baden-Powell in 1907. Scouting came to the United States in 1910.

Below are several simple organization charts that demonstrate our troop's position in the scouting world. The links will assist you in better understanding and appreciating the breadth and diversity of the Scouting program.

World Organization of Scouting Movement
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National Council, Boy Scouts of America 
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Northeast Region - Area 5, BSA
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 Cradle of Liberty Council
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Minquas District
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Troop 225

Order of the Arrow (OA)
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Northeast Region, OA
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Section NE-5B, OA
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Unami Lodge One, OA
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Minquas Chapter, OA
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Troop 225, OA

National Catholic Committee on Scouting (NCCS)
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Archdiocese of Philadelphia Catholic Committee on Scouting (ACCS)
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Delaware County Section, ACCS
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Troop 225


U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops
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Archdiocese of Philadelphia
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Church of Saint Joseph, Aston
 
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Troop 225


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HELPFUL LINKS

U.S. Scouting Service Project 

MeritBadge.com 

Traditional Scouting

The Netwoods Virtual Campsite

Scouter Network


TROOP 225 FORMS AND REFERENCES


Junior Leaders' "Word Up" Communications Brochure

Patrol Leader's Notebook - 2013

Troop Guide's Notebook - 2013

Meeting Plan 1

Meeting Plan 2

Meeting Plan 3

Program Sheet

Patrol Mentor Program by Andrew Martella, Sr.                                                                            
Cross Over Ceremony Script

Eagle Court of Honor Script

Aston Historical Trail Pamphlet

Troop Activity Planning Checklist

Troop 225 Letterhead

Camp Delmont Song Book 1996

Klondike Derby Sled Design Samples