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Boy Scout Troop 516 serves Woodridge, IL and surrounding communities. We meet at Willow Creek Elementary School on Friday evenings during the school year & Prince of Peace Lutheran Church when the school is unavailable & during the summer months. We are active throughout the entire year with 12 months of camping, hiking and other activities.

We use the patrol method and are a youth run organization. The role of the adults in the Troop is one of helping the Scouts to learn leadership; to take responsibility and to plan then execute their own activities. Our supervision provides the Safe Scouting for the Scouts while allowing them enough room to learn from their own successes and mistakes. We see Scouting as an ideal program for helping boys learn to become the sort of men that others will respect and look up to.
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New Scout Troop Leadership Positions

Posted on Jul 15 2017 - 6:36am

Troop Elections will be held at Summer Camp. If you want to run for SPL and will not be there, please email Mr Newey at jtnewey@yahoo.com. Also if there is a troop position you would like, please let him know as well. 

OA Elections

Posted on Feb 24 2017 - 12:45pm

 

Congratulations to the following scouts for being voted into the Order of the Arrow.

Zachary Atwood, Ian Bromfield, Gavin Thomas, Edward Rybowiak, Jonny Antonicic, Christian Collins, Charlie Busdeker, Kevin Dzitkowski, Nolan Mason and Colin Mason.

High Adventure for 2018

Posted on Dec 8 2016 - 3:06pm

We had a great meeting with the Scouts last night and they have decided to go to…… ALASKA!

There are two different bases that run high adventure in Alaska.  Looking into both of them

Campout behavior expectations

Posted on Mar 11 2014 - 1:06pm

Taken from the Troop 516 policy Manual.  (A bit out of date, but still workable!)

BEHAVIOR EXPECTATIONS

The behavior expectations for the Troop can be summarized in one sentence. Treat others as you would

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