Valley Forge Volunteer Fire Co.                                     our charter organization

 

Reserve a Campsite

 

Campsite Brochure

 

 Current Campground Schedule   - 10-29-14

 
     
Chester County Council  
Eagle Scout Information  
Our Mission  
Aims And Methods  

How to Join

 
One Hundred Scouts  

Advancement Requirements

 

Merit Badge Resource Center

 

Scout Oath, Law, Motto etc.

 
Tom Savoy receives Silver Beaver  
Bill Kassel receives  

 District Award of Merit      

 
Bill Kassel receives Silver Beaver  
Saralyn Kassel receives  

 District Award of Merit      

 

Eagle Scout Honor Roll

 
Photo Album   
Video Album  
Permission Slip   
Links  
Other Troop 73's on the web  
Troop 73 Handbook  
You might be a scouter if...  
Positions of Responsibility  
Troop 73 Adult Honors  

Do you have any info on the history of Troop 73?

NEW - BSA Medical Form

 
Boy Scout Application     Adult Application  

Venturing Crew 73

 

  Youth Protection Training (online)

 
Online Training
Fast Start, Youth Protection, Safe Swim, Safety Afloat, Climb on Safely, Hazardous Weather etc.

 

 
   
 Brendan Darcy - Our 95th Eagle

Celebrating 59 Years of Excellence


Need a blue card


Library Request form coming soon

Troop Roster


Scout Account

Christmas Tree account

 Sir Robert Baden-Powell, founder of the World Scout Movement, once said that a Scoutmaster should "never do anything a boy can do."  We take this very seriously.  Our entire program is run with Baden-Powell's admonition in mind!  Our Scouts plan and execute every aspect of our program with adult guidance and support.

Troop 73 is located in the Diamond Rock District of the Chester County Council.  We are chartered by the Valley Forge Volunteer Fire Company and we meet weekly on Wednesday nights from 7:30 - 9:00 PM.

Scouting's aim is to build character, foster citizenship, develop fitness, and develop leadership. At Troop 73 we accomplish these goals by instilling in the youth a lifetime of values. These values are developing ethical character as expressed in the scout oath and law, teaching them the skills and values necessary to grow strong through self-reliance, and empowering the youth to lead and develop themselves as future leaders of the world.

 

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