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  Troop 1346 has offered the benefits of Boy Scouting to youth in central and southern Fairfax County, VA. for three decades. 

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Congratulations to Troop 1346's newest Eagle Scout - Kavanaugh R.

Posted on Nov 15 2017 - 7:33am

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Congratulations to Troop 1346's newest Eagle Scout - Connor G.

Posted on Nov 15 2017 - 7:32am

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Patriot District Fall Camporee - Montpelier – 25 Boy Scouts, Cub Scouts & their adult leaders attend Camporee

Posted on Oct 15 2017 - 7:37pm

They camped on the grounds of Montpelier, the plantation home of President James and Dolley Madison.  Madison was also the author of the United States Constitution.  The Boy Scouts did the merit badge program and participated in the Archaeology, Citizenship in the Nation, Photography and Space Exploration merit badges.  In addition, they took a tour of the mansion, The Cub Scouts did rifle marksmanship with our own ASM Ken Gaul, with air rifles, archery, a sling shot range and dodge ball.  On Sunday, they participated in a two-hour service project to support Montpelier.  

Alex C. is Troop 1346’s newest Eagle Scout. Way to go Alex!

Posted on Oct 15 2017 - 7:35pm

 

 

26 scouts and 6 leaders headed to Camp Wilson near Pohick Bay Regional Park in Lorton for the Troop’s Annual Golden Spatula.

Posted on Sep 24 2017 - 10:16pm

26 scouts and 6 leaders headed to Camp Wilson near Pohick Bay Regional Park in Lorton for the Troop’s Annual Golden Spatula. 5 patrols participated in a cooking competition against each other for the coveted Award. Patrols cooked two meals (breakfast and dinner) and these meals were judged by the adult leaders on the campout. As a special feature, the campout also included a "Chopped" competition during lunch on Saturday. Scouts also welcomed 8 Webelo Scouts and 2 Den Leaders from Pack 1346 for the day.  At the campout, Scouts worked on their pioneering skills with Mr. Faddis and the Signs, Signal and Codes merit badge with Mrs. Brannam. Lastly, the scouts did a service project for the Pohick Bay Regional Park by picking up trash along the water. A BIG THANK YOU to Life Scout Ryan F. and Mr. Faddis for organizing this great campout.

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