This year's Jay Peak ski trip will be from March 31st to April 2nd. We will drive up Friday night and ski Saturday and Sunday. We’ll be staying in three heated cabins at the Mt Norris Scout Reservation in Eden, VT, about 35 minutes from the mountain.
We’ll have a light breakfast at the cabins each morning and finish the day with pizza Saturday night in the water park. Scouts should bring snacks and money for lunches at the mountain and for Friday and Sunday night dinners on the road.
This is a family trip so parents and siblings are welcome. Click Here for more information
It is still cold outside, but it is time to start thinking about summer camp.
Troop 160 will be holding its annual Cook-O-Ree on November 19th and 20th. The troop will prepare and enjoy a full holiday meal prepared in the field and served by lantern light, then camp out under the pines.
During the day, the troop will prepare its famous charcoal roasted turkey, stuffing, vegetables and fabulous Dutch-Oven desserts. There will also be Scoutcraft and games for Webelos interested in joining the Boy Scouts.
If you are a Webelo or Webelo parent, this is a great opportunity to meet the Scouts and Scout parents of Troop 160.
Webelos and their parents can get more information about this dinner and overnight camp out by contacting Troop 160's scoutmaster Hank Manz
If you are a already a member of Troop 160 you can find more information Here
Get ready for two full days in October (8th – 10th) 2016 that will celebrate the tradition and future of Scouting like never before. Troop 160 will be participating in this year's event. More details to follow
This year's White Mountains trip will be backpacking only, there is no base camp/day hike program. Participants must be in the 7th grade or older. Don't worry if you don't have gear, the troop can provide loaner backpacks, etc. Click Here for More Information
Summer's over and the new Scouting year is about to begin. Our first meeting will be on Thursday Sep. 8th. at 7:30 There will also be a get-together for Scout parents that evening.
Registration and the SPL Election will be Thursday Sep. 15th. Check out our calendar for other upcoming events.
Come enjoy your first weekend after school ends by taking a ferry from Hyannis to Nantucket Island to camp at Scout Camp Richard and ride bikes there. We will leave Friday June 24 morning from St Brigid and return Sunday June 26 around 5 PM. All gear and bikes will be transported by truck.
Each year on the morning of Patriots’ Day we host our legendary Pancake Breakfast. The Troop’s sole fundraiser for the year, the proceeds ensure that all kids can fully participate in Scouts regardless of their ability to pay.
Troop 160 invites everyone to join us for a hearty breakfast at hard-to-beat prices: $7 per adult and $5 per child (under the age of 12). We open immediately after the Battle of Lexington Reenactment on Monday, April 18, 2016 at 5:30am, in Keilty Hall in the basement of St. Brigid Church (newly renovated and now handicapped accessible). We keep serving until 10:00am, so you don't necessarily have to be up before dawn to enjoy a great breakfast infused with the spirit of community for which Lexington is famous.
We expect to see you there,
Troop 160 Pancake Breakfast Committee
The Jay Peak Vermont family ski trip is March 18th to 20th. Join us for a fun weekend skiing, boarding and enjoying the waterpark in "the best place for skiing and boarding in the East". We will drive up Friday evening stay in heated cabins and spend Saturday and Sunday Skiing. Parents and siblings are welcome. It might feel like winter was skipped this year but snow conditions in Jay Peak are actually pretty good. Click Here for more information and to sign up.
Thirteen scouts from Troop 160 spent two nights in record cold temperature at the annual Deep Freeze.
Saturday night the scouts slept inside their quinzhees while the temperature outside plunged to -18 F. The second night was not much warmer, going down to -14 F. These were the coldest temperatures in Parsonsfield Maine since 1957. During the day, the temperature warmed to around zero, about the temperature of the typical home freezer. As usual, soup froze solid in cans, eggs had to be thawed before frying, and scouts kept popsicles in their quinzees for a quick snack.