Welcome to the Home of Troop 91
Hamilton Square, New Jersey



"You must be the change you wish to see in the world..."
-Mahatma Gandhi

Words we live by...
A Scout is:  • Trustworthy  • Loyal  • Helpful  • Friendly  • Courteous  • Kind  • Obedient  • Cheerful  • Thrifty  • Brave  • Clean  • Reverent

NEWS and Reminders...

  • Welcome to the 2017/2018 Scouting Season!

Upcoming Events...

12/15-12/168:00pm

Troop Christmas Party

Rock Climbing

12/187:00pm

T91 Committee Meeting

12/22

No Meeting

Christmas Break

12/29

No Meeting

Year End Break

1/058:00pm

Troop Meeting

1/12-1/146:00pm

Klondike Derby Weekend

1/157:00pm

T91 Committee Meeting

Troop 91 Community Service

2016-2017 Scouting Season
Community Service to Date: 774 hours

- About Troop 91 -

Member of the BSA - Washington Crossing Council

BSA Troop 91 is one of the largest Boy Scout troops in Mercer County, NJ, with 80 registered scouts as of March, 2017. We have been chartered since 1975 and the proud home to 70 Eagle Scouts and growing!

Our troop is chartered at United Presbyterian Church in Yardville, NJ and meets every Friday night from 7:00 to 8:30. We meet at various locations in Hamilton Square, depending on the agenda. We camp monthly, generally in locations that are in close proximity to Mercer County, but usually not more than two hours away. Troop 91 enjoys hiking, backpacking and canoeing, and generally strives to schedule a historic themed trip annually, as well as one water related, biking or hiking excursion and our annual cabin camping trip. In 2016, we sent our first contingency to the Philmont High Adventure Scout Reservation in New Mexico.

Troop 91 focuses on community service and tries to achieve at least 1,000 Hours of community service annually. Through many events, including an annual community service weekend at Hamilton's Veterans Park, laying flags for our Veterans or participating in food drives for our local Churches, the Troop generally meets or exceeds this goal.

The Troop has planned some pretty exciting camping trips for the upcoming year, including competition camping, rafting on the Delaware, a team building canoeing trip and a leadership retreat. Over the next cycle, the Troop will camp in four different states including NJ, PA, DE and MD. The Troop plans at least two trips annually for our older scouts ages 14 and over that will test their skills and challenge them with new adventures. For our younger scouts, we will work with them as a group building up their skills and leadership as they progress through the ranks of scouting. In Troop 91, Nobody Wins Until We All Do. In our Troop, the scouts direct, lead and run the program and decide upon the events that make up its calendar. The Troop follows the Patrol Method of scouting and is made up of eight patrols in addition to a leadership patrol. If you would like to visit Troop 91, please contact the Scoutmaster through the "Contact Us" button on this website.

--Troop 91 Scoutmaster