Boy Scouts of America


Troop 174  Yorktown Heights, NY 

Troop Motto - "Live the Law"




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  Calendar of Events

Sign-Up Sheets:  BSA official permission slip (please bring to event)

Senior Patrol Leader (SPL): Andrew C..

Assist. Senior Patrol Leader (ASPL): John D.

Patrol Leader: Brian D., Brendan H., Keiran O.

Troop Guides: Cristian C., Robert G.

Quartermaster: Spencer K., Kirshna K.

Scribe: William W.

Chaplain Aid: John D.

Librarian: Christian S., Jacob E.

Historian: Mat R.

Web Master: Justin B.

Outdoor Ethics Guide: Kyle H.

Den Chef: Kevin B.

Order of the Arrow Rep.: Ankush B.


Scout Master: Kevin Byrnes

ASM: Jay Gussak, Paul Boogaard, Edward O’Connor, Bob Athanasidy


Committee Chair: Yvonne Melendez-Cruz

Treasurer: Kevin Carroll

Charter Org. Rep (COR): Kristen Halderman

Secretary: Biljana Stojadinovic

Training Coord.: Guillermo Cruz

Membership: Jineu Easaw

Advancement: Thriveni Bhakta

Parent Coord.: Joanna Erenberg

Chaplain: John Delvecchio

Outdoor Activities: Vacant

Equipment Coord.: Russell Sorrentino

Descriptions of Roles and Responsibilities of Scouts POR

Descriptions of Roles and Responsibilities of Adult Leaders

Training Requirments for Adult Leader Position 

__Videos About Scouting
Grace Lutheran Church (Charter Org)

PhotoAlbums  Older Photos  
Troop 174 2014 Philmont Montage Video

Sign-Up Sheets:

Life Rank Advancement Form

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                           Troop 174 Apparel Catalog

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                  Troop Information
                  About Troop 174
                • Meetings
                • Troop Meetings
                  • Mondays, 7:30 - 9:00 p.m.
                  • Location: Grace Lutheran Church Fellowship Hall, 3830 Gomer St., Yorktown Heights (except no meetings mid-June to mid-Sept.).
                  • Bring your Boy Scout Handbook, paper, and a pencil or a pen.
                  • Turn off your cell phone.
                  • Troop meetings are not held when the Lakeland Central School District is closed.
                  • On some holiday Monday's we may choose to have informal meetings, the website calendar will be updated.
                • New Scout Patrol Meetings
                  • Tuesdays. 5:00 - 6:30 p.m. (Fall: Sept-Nov & Spring: Apr-Jun)
                  • Location: The Lodge (Pictures of the old lodge)  at Bill T.'s house.
                  • Leader: Mr. Bill T. if you have questions. In an emergency, call his cellular phone.
                  • Why meet on Tuesday?
                    • Primarily these Patrol Meetings are for older scouts to help younger scouts with rank advancement.
                    • The Troop leadership (older scouts and adults) are responsible for helping a new scout obtain First Class rank.
                    • These patrol meetings give young scouts the opportunity to practice and learn new skills.
                  • Bring your Boy Scout Handbook and a filled water bottle.
                  • Consider bringing a camp stool to sit on.
                  • Dress for the weather.
                  • Parents should make sure that there is an adult present before leaving.
                  • Patrol meetings are not held when the Lakeland school district is closed.
                • For Scoutmaster Conferences and Boards of Review contact the Scoutmaster.
                • History

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                  Things to Do
                  • New Rank Requirements, effective January 1, 2010, to go in the 2010 Boy Scout Requirements book and the Centennial Edition of the Boy Scout Handbook.

                    • Tenderfoot

                      • A Scout must teach another person how to tie a square knot using the EDGE model (explain, demonstrate, guide, and enable).

                      • He must also be able to discuss four specific examples of how he lived the points of the Scout Law in his daily life.

                    • Second Class

                      • Scout must discuss the principles of Leave No Trace and explain the factors to consider when choosing a patrol site and where to pitch a tent.

                      • He must explain what respect is due the flag of the United States.

                      • He must again discuss four examples of how he lived four different points of the Scout Law in his daily life.

                      • He must earn an amount of money agreed upon by the Scout and his parents and save at least 50 percent of it.

                    • First Class

                      • An additional requirement to the 10 separate troop/patrol activities states he must demonstrate the principles of Leave No Trace on these outings.

                      • He must discuss four more examples of how he lived the remaining four points of the Scout Law in his daily life.

                    • Life

                      • A Scout must use the EDGE model to teach a younger Scout a specified skill.

                    • Star, Life, and Eagle
                      • Troop Webmaster and Leave No Trace trainer are two new leadership positions.

                          Introduction and Advancement Guidelines. Rank Advancement, Merit Badges, Record Keeping. 

                • Programs
                  • Westchester Parks: Events, camping, environment, fishing/boating, sports, swimming, summer camps.  
                • Volunteer Opportunities
                  • Learn About
                    ScoutingPhotography. Themes for good photos. Adult Online Training (slide shows, sometimes with audio)
                    Servant Leadership: How the BSA principles & the rank of Eagle relate to the servant leadership model
                    Knots Skills: view a wide variety of animated videos on knots 

                  BSA Sites

                  Printable Forms

                  Forms on Other Sites

                  Camping Gear


                  This is an unofficial web page maintained by members of Troop 174 Yorktown representing no one else.
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                  Boy Scout Troop 174, Yorktown, NY.

                  If you were looking for nearby Troop 174 in Elwood, NY on Long Island, they are here.