Boy Scout Troop 31
Rochester, New York
The mission of the Boy Scouts of America is to prepare young people to make ethical and moral choices over their lifetimes by instilling in them the values of the Scout Oath and Law.
The Vision the Boy Scouts of America is to prepare every eligible youth in America to become a Responsible, anticipating citizen and leader who is guided by the Scout Oath and Law.
Membership in the Boy Scouts of America is open to all boys and young adults who meet the joining requirements.Membership in Scouting, advancement, and achievement of leadership in scouting units are open to all youth without regard to race or ethnic background and are based entirely upon individual merit.
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In 1910, the Boy Scouts of America was founded to help young people grow into responsible, well-rounded citizens. As a result, more than 100 million Americans have experienced the traditional, values-based program offered by the BSA. Below, a celebrated American shares their thoughts on the Scouting experience:
"I admire the Boy Scouts of America because the BSA has meant finding real solutions to some of the problems plaguing our country and has kept the faith in what America is and must mean to the world. You show that character comes from one small act at a time, caring for each child as if he or she were our own."
George Bush, former President of the United States of America.
As members of Boy Scout Troop 31, the boys manage and control all aspects of the troop operations - from planning a simple meal for a patrol to running a meeting to planning a camping trip.
Our adult advisers provide guidance to the scout leadership so that they can accomplish the goals they have set for themselves and the troop. Through years of successful programs, Boy Scout Troop 31 has created an environment that challenges boys to learn what it takes to be self-sufficient, self-reliant, and self-motivated while simultaneously caring about and leading others.
After 100 years, our parents and alumni are proud of the 163 scouts who have earned their rank of Eagle as members of Boy Scout Troop 31. If you are interested in visiting or joining Boy Scout Troop 31, we welcome you to visit a troop meeting and experience it first-hand. I look forward to meeting with you; feel free to contact me at Scoutmaster@Troop31BSA.org to set up appointment to visit Troop 31.
Yours in Scouting,
John H. Folwell
Boy Scout Troop 31
July 26th - August 9th
Month Meeting: 7;15 at Third Presbyterian Church
Campout at Camp Cutler, with zip-lining at Bristol Mountain on Saturday. Details to follow.
BRISTOL MOUNTAIN AERIAL ADVENTURES
7 challenge courses. 100 elements. 10 amazing zip lines.
Bristol Mountain Aerial Adventures is a recreation based family oriented outdoor activity set in the forest canopy. An Aerial Adventure Park is a series of challenge courses interwoven within the forest canopy. Our New York Aerial Park consists of six different courses and a kids course with varying levels of difficulty. Each course is made up of 12-15 elements with each element being suspended between platforms that are secured to trees. Elements include zip lines, tight rope walk, rope ladders, and bridges.
Patrol Leader Training
This will be a camp out for Scouts who have obtain the rank of First Class or higher who wish to obtain the position of Patrol Leader or other "Positions of Responsibility." PLT will take place at the Mohawk Lodge at Webster Park. Formal invites will be sent by Mr. Folwell.
In Loving Memory
Jennifer Tucci passed away suddenly on Thursday August 21, 2014 at her home in Fariport. Jennifer was the loving mother of Troop 31 scouts Joseph and Patrick along with their sisters Victoria and Catherine. She was married to PJ Tucci for over twenty years. Jennifer was 44 year old and was the oldest of three sisters. Jen loved her family, friends and adored her dog Gwendoline. Her thrill of life was to entertain and be the prefect hostess. She volunteered her house, time and cooking ablities for over ten straight years hosting fundraising parties to benefit Seton Catholic School. She volunteered tirelessly at Seton Catholic School (where a number of Scouts attended and were part of Pack 65) where she served many years on the Parents Association board, one as PA president.
Calling hours for Jennifer Tucci will be:
Keenan Funeral Home
7501 Pittsford Palmyra Rd
Fairport, NY 14450
Calling/Viewing hours Tuesday 4pm - 7pm
Funeral will be Wednesday at 10am at St. John's of Rochester in Fairport.
Jennifer believed with all her heart in the blessings and education of catholic schools, sacrificing and volunteering unselfishly for Seton Catholic, Siena, McQuaid and Mercy when she was able. She also adored the 12 points of the Scout Law and the Oath that all scouts pledge. With her firm beliefs in mind, friends of the family have created the "Tucci Family Scholarship Fund" to assist continuing the educational advancement of all four children.
If you would like to donate in Jennifer's memory, please send a check to:
Tucci Family Scholarship Fund
107 Country Downs Circle
Fairport, NY 14450
Former Troop 31 scout John Illig passed away from injuries sustained from a tragic fall on August 4, 2014 at his Vermont home.