Troop 177 - Stow, Ohio
Holy Family Parish
Troop 177 is a traditional "boy-led" troop in the tradition established by Lord Robert Baden Powell, the founder of Scouting.
Sponsored by Holy Family Parish in Stow, Ohio, our Scouting program is richly based in our love of God, country and other people. Each week, we continue to focus on traditional Scouting skills that have made our program successful for the last 60+ years.
Cooking, camping, first aid, pioneering, orienteering, and "Leave No Trace" principles can all be found in the things we do. Service to the community, our schools and our churches are a priority for our unit.
177 is a camping unit with outdoor events each month during the program year. Every summer, the Troop's members strive to participate in "high-adventure" trips to both the BSA-owned facilities or adventures of our own design.
Our healthy roster of more than 50 Scouts and 30+ adults helps us deliver a quality Scouting program for everyone involved.
Our Troop meets every Tuesday at 7 p.m. in the Father Szabo Parish Center (SPC) in Holy Family School. The last Tuesday of each month is our PLC and Committee Meetings (6:30 p.m. and 7 p.m., respectively). Summer meetings are held off-site.
If you are looking for a Troop, we encourage you to drop by and check us out.