Blue Flower

Welcome to the Boy Scouts of America

Scouting is adventure, family, fun, character, leadership and so much more. 

In Scouting, boys and girls start with their best right now selves and grow into their very best future selves. It’s fun, hands-on learning and achievement that puts kids in the middle of the action and prepares them for today – and for life.

Scout me in.

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Troop 94 will be participating in:

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Congratulations to Troop 94's newest Eagle Scout, Andrew Gates


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Court of Honor


Joining EHT Troop 94 is easy.  

Boy Scouting is for boys 11 to 17 years of age. Boys may also become Boy Scouts if they have earned the Cub Scouting Arrow of Light Award and are at least 10 years old or have completed the fifth grade and are at least 10 years old.

Come to a meeting and pick up a youth application.  Return it with the appropriate fees and medical information and you're in.  Welcome aboard!

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We meet every Tuesday at 6:30 PM excluding the first Tuesday of each month at the Zion Methodist Church in Egg Harbor Township. Meetings generally end around 8 PM.  Meetings are spent planning our next adventures, learning new Scouting skills, and hearing about Scouting opportunities (e.g. Merit Badge Fairs, Jamborees, volunteer opportunities, etc.)  In 2015 we received a gold rating for our Journey of Excellence. This is the highest possible rating.

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The Troop was formed in 20XX with the help of the Egg Harbor Township Police Department.  

On that first day a small group of Scouts met for their first meeting at the Egg Harbor Township Police Athletic League.  The first Scout Masters were <insert names>.   Troop 94 began with a handful of Scouts, but today the Troop has grown to over 45 Scouts.  <Insert Number> of Eagle Scouts have come through the Troop and as importantly many young men have fallen in love with the great outdoors and learned crucial skills in the process.


In January of 2017 the charter organization for the Troop changed to Mainland Police Benevolent Association 77.

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