Let’s talk a bit about why we are here.
The Goal Of Boy Scouts:
The Goal of Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts is to promote a life of responsible citizenship, instill character development, develop a love of the outdoors, and build self-reliance. Camping, hiking, outdoor skills, aquatics and conservation of the environment are points of emphasis within the scouting movement. Scouts participate in civic-minded service projects such as Scouting for Food, Lititz Springs Park Clean Up and Lititz Run Watershed Alliance Stream Clean up. The Scout Troop would like to thank all members of the Lititz Church of the Brethren for their support of the scouting program. We look forward to another 100 years of Scouting in America!
Terry Duffin currently serves as Scoutmaster of Troop 154. Mr. Duffin has served as Scoutmaster since 2000, and prior to that, served as Committee Chairman for the Troop and for Pack 154.
Supporting him is a great team of Assistant Scoutmasters with decades of experience and skills. All leaders gladly volunteer their time to assist in the growth of the fine young men in the Troop.
Boy Scout Troop 154 was chartered here in Lititz, Pa, in 1965. It celebrates its’ 53rd anniversary this year, and is the oldest Troop in Lititz!
Tom Williams was the Troop’s first Scoutmaster. Tom remains active with the scouting program in the Lititz area today.
We work diligently to improve our young men to be the upstanding citizens of tomorrow. Service to the community is an important part of the Troop’s mission.
The Troop currently has 23 active Boy Scouts, and 8 active, trained adult leaders.
Scouting has adapted to the interests of today’s youth, yet retains the core principles of loving the outdoors, helping others and being prepared. Timeless values.