About Troop 2 

When we meet


We meet from 7:00-8:30pm on Thursday nights as posted in the Troop 2 calendar.

  • Troop Meetings - Every Thursday (Except 1st) at 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
  • Patrol Leaders Council Meetings - 1st Thursday of each month at 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
  • Committee Meetings - 1st Thursday of each month at 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Where we meet


St. Joseph School Cafeteria
340 Manor Avenue
Downingtown, PA 19335

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Monthly activities


Each month the troop goes on an outing.  Typically for these we leave on Friday evening and return on Sunday. These are usually camps, adventures such as skiing, mountain biking, sailing or climbing.

Summer camp


Troop 2 attends a week-long summer camp each year, typically in July t at a Boy Scout Camp.

 

 

 

Eagles Nest and Troop 2 History

 

Eagle Scout is the most significant honor a boy can earn, in Scouting. It marks him for life! An Eagle is an achiever who will always do great things. An Eagle is a leader who will always be ahead of the group. Society will always expect much from an Eagle, and he will deliver.Eagle Scout is the highest rank that a Boy Scout can earn. It takes years of work, service, leadership and dedication to satisfy the requirements. Roughly one boy in every 172 earns Eagle (0.6%).

 

Year

Scout

Summer Camp

Scoutmaster

Events

113

2017

Benjamin Medvitz

Ockanickon

Barry Carney

 

112

2016

Ryan Wilson

Resica Falls

 

111

Christian Ibrahim

 

110

2015

Liam O’Neill

Camp

Horseshoe

 

109

August Piro

 

108

2014

Andrew DePompeo

Resica Falls

 

107

Preston Reno

 

106

Nolan Wible

 

105

Nick Sheplock

 

104

2013

Matthew Carden

Ockanickon

 

 

103

Joseph Borracini

 

 

102

Nicholas Quiroz

 

 

101

Aidan Wilson

 

 

100

Ricky Weaver

 

100 Eagles

99

 2012

Mike Shanley

 Camp Rodney

Robert Carden

 

98

 Ken Richardson

 

 

97

2011

Pete Karol

Hawk Mountain

 

 

96

Kevin Carney

 

 

95

Reily Haney

 

 

94

Tyler Brooks

 

 

93

Bobby Dunleavy

 

 

92

2010

Juan Diego Lopez

Camp Horseshoe

 

 

91

2009

Robert Carden

Camp Rodney

Robert Dunleavy

 

90

John Wilson

 

89

Nathan Robert Dute

 

88

Thomas Bacho

 

87

2008

Joshua Jeffrey Ziemski

Ockanickon

 

86

2007

Daniel John Hegarty

Hawk Mountain

Sam Wilson

 

85

John Albert Martel

 

84

Daniel Joseph Meyer

 

83

Jason David Scanlon

 

82

2006

Brendan W. Farrell

Camp Rodney

 

81

Karl Albert McCorry

 

80

Daniel Joseph Interrante

Tim Trott

 

79

2005

Zachary Tyler Overholtzer

Camp Rodney

 

78

David Stevens Wilson

 

77

Kevin Walter Tymon

 

76

Dan Altiero

 

75

Thomas Joseph Bowling

 

74

Jameson Robinson Pownall

 

73

David V. DiMonte

 

72

2004

Daniel Ciarlone

Camp Horseshoe

 

71

Steve Scanlon

Scott Compton

 

70

Ryan L. Compton

 

69

Ben Sturm

 

68

2003

David Brown

Camp Bashore

 

67

Paul Bowling

 

66

Michael Ciarlone

 

65

2002

Michael Colligan

Hawk Mountain

 

64

Michael Altiero

 

63

Brian Hady

 

62

Andrew Young

 

61

 2001

Daniel Hady

Hawk Mountain

 

60

 2000

Ben Settle

Camp Horseshoe

 

59

1999

Scott F. Vosbury

1999: Camp Horseshoe

 

58

Benjamin P. Altiero

 

 

57

Jonathan Weaver

1998: Hawk Mountain

 

56

Christopher N. Meyer

 

 

55

Douglas Snyder

 

 

54

Joseph Lenker

 

 

53

Jason Trabbold

 

 

52

1997

David L. Snyder

Camp Meade

Walt Williames

February: Troop built bridges at St. Joe’s.

51

Chaz Williames

 

50

Albert Franchella

 

49

1996

Bren Salamon

Camp Potomac

Dan Meyer

November: First crossover bridge built.

48

1995

Aaron Spool

Camp Horseshoe

Tom Ott

 

47

Keith Davis

 

46

1994

Richard E. Smith, Jr

Camp Horseshoe

 

45

John G. McVerry, Jr.

 

44

David M. Vain

 

43

Rodney A. Bowling, Jr.

 

42

1993

James Rattrie

Camp Horseshoe

 

41

Stephen E. Vain

5/21/1993 Troop trailer caught on fire.

40

Kevin M. Egan

 

39

1992

Evan A. Pryor

Camp Horseshoe

December: Cub Scout Pack 2 formed.

38

1990

Kenneth C. Huth, Jr.

Camp Horseshoe

Charles F. Vain

 

37

1978

Michael W. Moore

 

 

 

36

Fredric W. Longenecker

 

 

 

35

John M. Longenecker

 

 

 

34

Richard J. Craig

 

 

 

33

1962

James Duca

 

 

 

32

Peter Duca

 

 

 

31

Edward Dazio

 

 

 

30

1961

Phillip March

 

 

 

29

1960

David Landis

 

 

 

28

1952

James Walton

 

 

1953 McIlvain becomes council president

27

James Hall

 

 

 

26

Albert Hall

 

 

 

25

1947

William E. Woodward, Jr.

 

 

 

24

Ronald L. Hogg

 

 

 

23

Joseph W. Eby

 

 

 

22

W. Gordon Carpenter

 

 

 

21

Rogers Bender

 

 

 

20

1946

John B. Hogg

 

McIlvain

 

19

1940

John Kemery Mercer

 

 

18

1939

William E. Ash, Jr.

 

 

 

17

1937

Donald Mitman

 

 

 

16

1936

J. Leland Wilson, Jr.

 

 

 

15

1934

Charles E. Raysor

 

 

 

14

Harold W. Mitman

 

 

 

13

Harvey E. Brush

 

 

 

12

1933

Palmer R. Raysor

 

 

 

11

1932

Horace F. Temple, III

 

 

 

10

1931

Wayne G. Raysor

 

 

 

9

Jack Parke, Jr.

 

 

 

8

Gilbert R. Englerth

 

 

 

7

1929

David Heiling

 

 

 

6

Jack McNab

 

 

 

5

1928

Robert T. Ash

 

 

Camp Horseshoe opened.

4

Abraham R. McIlvane

 

 

 

3

1927

William E. Larkin

 

 

 

2

George L. Snyder

 

 

 

1

Charles Ezrah

 

 

1926 F. Huston McIlvain joins Troop 2 as a Scout

1919 Chester County Council started.

 

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