Boy Scout Troop 36
Troop 36 was the First Boy Scout Troop in Long Valley. It was chartered and has been active since 1938. The troop is chartered by the Long Valley Presbyterian Church on Bartley Road. The troop meets at the church on Monday nights @ 7:30 PM. For additional information visit the troop's FaceBook page or e-mail the scoutmaster at [email protected].
Boy Scout Troop 236
Boy Scout Troop 236 has been serving boys of Long Valley since 1986, providing an extensive outdoor program and community service. The troop meets on Monday nights at 7:30 PM in the parish hall of Saint Marks RC Church on 59 Spring Lane, Long Valley NJ. For additional information, visit the Troop's web page at http://www.Troop236bsa.org.
Boy Scout Troop 436
Boy Scout Troop 436 has been in Long Valley since 1972. Interested boys can stop by our weekly meeting held at 7:30 PM every Wednesday at Kossmann School on Flocktown Road in Long Valley. For additional information, please visit the troop website at www.troop436.org or contact Glen Arndt at [email protected]
Cub Scout Pack 36
b Scout Pack 36 is a friendly, fun, and exciting organization for boys in first through fifth grades. The Pack is primarily made up of boys and families from Old Farmer's Road School. The Pack is chartered by the Long Valley Presbyterian Church. Pack meetings are usually held on Friday nights once a month. Pack 36 holds fun activities like the pinewood derby, camping, parades, and many family activities throughout the year, and they would love to hear from you. For more information contact Chris Turner at (908) 832-9016 or email [email protected]
Cub Scout Pack 136
Cub Scout Pack 136 * Patriots Path Council * Black River District, is a family oriented organization instilling Scouting's core values in a safe, creative environment. Boys are challenged to do their best and work together through a variety of Pack and Den activities throughout the year. The Scouts develop confidence and lasting friendships as they grow in Scouting. Join scouting! For more information email the cub master at pac[email protected] or contact him at (908)876-1482.
The Washington Township Girl Scouts are represented by a number of local Girl Scout Troops. Over the years, the Township has been the beneficiary of projects supervised and funded by girls participating in various service projects. For additional information, please contact them through their web site at the following address: http://www.lvgirlscouts.com or email [email protected]