Troop 680

Saint Louis Catholic Church / Alexandria, VA

Announcements

  • IN-PERSON AND ON-LINE MEETINGS AND EVENTS LISTED BELOW

  • November 21 - Eucharistic Adoration and Procession to Poor Clare Monastery at 5:00 PM followed by reception in McClunn

  • November 28 - No meeting - Thanksgiving

Upcoming Events:

December 17-19 - Caving Trip (Sign-up via the Sign-up Genius on the restricted pages)

When clicking on the link above, you will be taken directly to the Mickman Brothers website and the Troop Fundraising Code should automatically be applied. In the event it does not, use the code: TR680VA001.

Troop 680 receives $8 for every item purchased. The prices displayed on the website include the $8 as well as the FedEx delivery fee..

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Scouting for Food

(Nov. 12, 2021)

On Saturday November 12, 2021, Troop 680 participated in the annual nationwide Scouting for Food (SFF) collection to help stock area food banks for the upcoming winter season. Twenty-one Scouts and fifteen adults collected 501 bags of food weighing 5,099 lbs. from neighborhoods comprised of 2,600 homes and delivered the food to the United Community food bank. The 2021 effort set a new record for T680, surpassing last year's mark by 150 lbs. The effort could not have succeeded without the help of Cub Scout Pack 680 who placed flyers on the doors of the 2,600 homes the week before reminding them of the collection on the 12th.


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Introduction to Backpacking Trip

(Oct. 30-31, 2021)

The Boy Scouts of Troop 680 took the AOL Scouts of Pack 680 on an overnight introduction to backpacking trek on the C&O Canal from Saturday, October 30, to Sunday, October 31. The Boy Scouts hiked approximately 4.4 miles from Seneca Landing / Riley's Lock (mile post 22.8) to Sycamore Landing (mile post 27.2) where they met up with the AOL Scouts. The group then hiked another 3.3 miles to the Chisel Branch trail campsite (mile post 30.5), where they spent the night. The next morning, the group hiked 0.3 miles to the Edward Ferry parking lot for the drive home. Additional photos may be seen on the Adventure Page and parents may download all pictures from the private pages photo album.