Member Expectations:
The troop encourages each Scout to
participate in the weekly meetings,
some extra activities and to help with
fundraising. We do understand that
some Scouts participate in things
other than School and Boy Scouts.
Parent Expectations:
Parents are encouraged to volunteer
to help with Scout activities. You can
also volunteer to be a Troop
Committee member or to help drive
Scouts to events--minivan owners are
especially welcomed.
We meet each MONDAY evening, during
the school year, from 7PM to 8:30PM, at
the Stevens-Connor Lehigh Valley
Lodge, 2611 Pinnacle Rd., in Rush, NY
.
Mission Statement:
"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."

At Troop 334, we strive to lead youth to lifelong values, service and achievement.
We provide a "values-based" program for boys. We help them build character and
prepare them for adulthood. We emphasize a high code of honor and moral
standards. We challenge them to develop their leadership skills.

Examples of Troop activity:
In addition to weekly meetings the troop
normally has a weekend activity each month
and two week long events during the
summer. Most of these events involve
camping, year round.

Some of the events that we have conducted
in the past are:
One week camping trip to the
Massaweppie Boy Scout Camp in the
Adirondack Park.
One week, 50 mile, backpacking hike on the
Finger Lakes Trail near Seneca Lake.
Weekend trip to the Herkimer Diamond
Mine
One week trip to the Freedom Trail in
Boston, including a Whale Watch on
Cape Cod and Deep Sea Fishing
National Boy Scout Jamborees in
Washington D.C. and Gettysburg
50 Mile backpacking hike on the
Appalachian Trail in Pennsylvania.
One week trip to the Haliburton Boy Scout
Camp in Ontari,o Canada
A weekend at Fort George, in Ontario,
Canada
50 mile canoe trip in the Adirondack
Mountains
200 mile bicycle trip along the Erie canal,
with stops at the Baseball Hall of Fame,
Howe Caverns, Fort Stanwix and others
Niagara Falls, Old Fort Niagara, USS The
Sullivans, USS Croaker and USS Little Rock
visits
Rock Climbing & Rafting

Community Service:
The troop participates in community service
projects including:
Scouting For Food
Rush Library Book Sale
Service work at the Rush Cemetery
Service work at the Rush Town Park
Rush - Earth Day Clean-Up
Various Eagle Scout service projects.

To see photos of this year's activities,
click
here.
Accomplishments:
Over 50 Eagle Scouts
BSA Journey to Excellence
"Gold" award in 2016

Patrols:
Currently, all Scouts are
members of a single patrol.

Dues:
None, Troop 334 has our
famous Chicken BBQ fund
raiser twice a year. These
events raises enough money
to run our Troop for the year.
Boy Scouts that work the
BBQ receive credit based on
the profit from the BBQ which
can be used for camp or
other events. For most
Scouts these credits cover
almost all their Boy Scout
expenses.

Uniform:
We do not require our scouts
to wear their "Class A"
uniform to all meetings, but
we do encourage it. We
understand that some Scouts
come to the meetings directly
after sports or other activities.

Our uniform consists of the
Boy Scout shirt with an

optional
neckerchief. Scouts
may wear any shoes and
pants appropriate for the
event. Normally the scouts
wear blue jeans and sneakers
or hiking boots.


Qualified Adult
Leadership
Our adult leaders are fully
vetted, trained, experienced
and prepared to coach our
boys.

To see their names and
qualifications, click here.
Troop 334 is chartered by the
"Stevens-Connor American
Legion Post 1330
"
Serving
Rush &
Henrietta
for over 40
years!
2013 Troop 334, Boy Scouts of America - Rush, NY. All rights reserved.