Welcome to the Troop 50 Website



Prepare to Serve!

Scouting For Food, Eagle Projects, and a Flag Retirement Ceremony all coming soon!

We are honored to be able to help feed the hungry in our area,
serve worthy organizations in and around our community,
and retire our nation's colors with dignity and respect.

These are among our duties as Boy Scouts of America

Scouting for Food, Saturday, Nov. 1 from 9-11 a.m.

Posted on Oct 24 2014 - 9:21am

Help feed the hungry in our own community. Gather in the Holy Spirit upper parking lot at 9 a.m. on Saturday, Nov. 1, to distribute bags to homes in nearby neighborhood. We need parents to drive and scouts to distribute the bags. 

Flag Retirement Ceremony -- Nov. 6 @ Nativity

Posted on Oct 24 2014 - 9:15am

Honor our nation's colors
November 6
Meet at Holy Spirit at 6:15 p.m to carpool
Scouts returned by 8:30 p.m.

Start Earning Some Badges!

Posted on Oct 3 2014 - 2:26pm

Our Troop's Merit Badge Counselor List is now online. Check it out!


Posted on Sep 27 2014 - 9:33am
REPLY TO: Mr. Gallotta at scouting50bsa@gmail.com if you are interested by OCTOBER 6!!!!!!!!


Middle Ages Venture Crew

Posted on Sep 20 2014 - 4:14pm

New Middle Ages Venture Crew

If you are interested in the Middle Ages, knights, armor, archery and the like then the Middle Ages Venture Crew may be for you.

Learn about history with a hands on approach to the Arts, Sciences and activities of the Middle Ages.

If you are a scout age 14-21 years of age, a non-scout (male or female), a parent of a scout please come to a short interest meeting after the Troop 50 meeting on Monday September 15th.

Current scouts can be enrolled in both scouts and a Venture crew as well as continue working towards Eagle Scout.

I am also looking for adults to assist as Venture Crew leaders.

If you would like more information or will not be at the troop meeting feel free to contact me.

Mark Kreidler

Winner of the Penny Guessing Game!

Posted on Sep 20 2014 - 4:05pm

The penny guessing game at the Holy Spirit Picnic was a big hit. 

The Boy Scouts had probably 150 entries by those who tried to guess the number of pennies in the jar. The lowest number guessed was -73 1/2 pennies (I think I see remedial math in your future, kiddo) with the next lowest at 7 pennies. The highest numbers guessed were 50,000 and 50,001 pennies (by different people).

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