Welcome to Boy Scout Troop 167, Pittsford, New York

Welcome to the Website for Boy Scout Troop 167, Pittsford, New York

This website will be your primary source for news and information on Boy Scout Troop 167.

Only Troop 167 Scouts and their families will have access to the protected areas of the web site.

If you are visiting us, please see our “About Us” web page for information on troop. Everyone has access to that page.

If you have any questions, suggestions, or comments, please send email to info@pittsfordtroop167.org. This is the primary e-mail address for Boy Scout Troop 167.

Thanks...and I hope you enjoy the site!!

David Ziebarth, adult webmaster

Ian K., Scout webmaster


Web Site Feature: Synchronize Personal Digital Calendar with Web Site Calendar!

Posted on Sep 17 2016 - 8:15pm

Here's just a reminder of the ability to synchronize events on the troop's web site with your personal, digital calendar.    

Do you use Microsoft Outlook at work and would like to automatically update with the troop's calendar? Now you can!

Do you have an iPhone, Android phone, or Windows Mobile phone and would like to automatically update with the troop's calendar? Now you can!

Do you want to synchronize your personal Google calendar with the troop's calendar? Now you can!

Instructions can be found on the troop web site. You can also find them if you Click Here --> Calendar Sync Instructions 

Back to Fall & Scouts!!

Posted on Sep 11 2016 - 12:40am

Back to School and Back to Scouts!! 

  • Troop Meetings on Monday September 12 & 26
  • Fall Campout September 23 - 25


Posted on Sep 11 2016 - 12:40am
Based on the feedback requested a couple months ago via Troop eblast and Troop website, we only have seven confirmed and approved merit badge counselors within Troop 167.  Others have expressed interest in becoming a merit badge counselor. As you can see from the attached spreadsheet, there are many merit badges for which the Troop does not have an in-house counselor.  Please review the list and see where your skill sets would be served well in teaching Scouts a particular merit badge.
To qualify as a merit badge counselor, you must register as an adult Scouter and be approved by the council advancement committee for each merit badge listed on the Merit Badge Counselor Application (attached). A merit badge counselor does not have to pay a registration fee, but must complete an Adult Application (attached) for position code 42, fill out the Merit Badge Counselor Information form, and complete BSA Youth Protection training.
As you know, earning merit badges is a key component of rank advancement for Scouts, as well as a means to learning new skills and knowledge.  There are multiple ways a Scout can access merit badges (Merit Badge University, Massawepie, Troop merit badge counselors, merit badge counselors within the area, Rochester Museum & Science Center, etc.).

Eagle Project - Fundraising - Daniel Waldman

Posted on Sep 11 2016 - 12:40am
Hi Troop!
First I would like to start by thanking those of you who have donated funds to my Eagle Project. I really appreciate your support.  So far we have raised $330, a great start! I would also like to say that the link to the site has changed.  The new link is:
To get to the site, you need to use the link, because there is no Facebook profile connected with the project.  It does not come up in the search results if you go directly to the site. Thank you for your patience if you have tried to look under the site, and thank you for all the donations made to date!

Village Flags & Canal Clean Up 2016

Posted on Sep 11 2016 - 12:40am
Community Service Assignments


Labor Day, Monday September 5th - Blue Robot Group

Columbus Day, Monday October 10th - Hawks

Veterans Day, Friday November 11th - Ninja Bananas & Velociraptors

Canal Path Clean Up:

August -  Arctic Wolves & Blue Robot Group

September - NSP &  Silver Wolverines
Canal Path Clean-up. 
Our troop has adopted a section of the Canal Path.  The section of the Canal Path that we have adopted is represented on the following map:
New York State has provided guidelines for how adoptees are to follow.  Here is the link to their guidelines. http://www.canals.ny.gov/trails/adopt.html
Village Flags
We have been performing this service project successfully for years.  For us to continue to be successful, each patrol assigned shall follow these steps:
1.       Choose a patrol member or parent to pick up the key to the Village hall before the holiday date.
2.       The patrol will meet at the Village hall (yellow building before bridge) at 7:00am to raise the flags
3.       Collect the flags and utility bag from the basement of the Village hall
4.       Line main street intersection with the flags according to the map contained in the utility bag.
5.       Return excess flags and utility bag back to the Village hall.
6.       Lock the door and hang onto the key for the evening.
1.       Meet at the Village hall at 7:00pm
2.       Collect the utility bag from the Village hall
3.       Take down the flags and replace the caps in the holes that line the Pittsford intersection
4.       Return the flags and the utility bag to the village hall basement.
5.       Lock the Village hall door
6.       return the key by placing it in the mail slot of the village hall.

Eagle Project - Fundraising - Daniel Waldman

Posted on Sep 11 2016 - 12:39am
Hello Troop!
I am working on my Eagle Scout project.  It is a raised boardwalk that will allow hikers in Lehigh Valley Park to cross a marshy area that is often flooded. This project is somewhat expensive due to the metal stanchions that we will be using, as well as the length of the boardwalk (150 feet).  In total, the entire project will cost around $3000.  The money will be used to purchase supplies for the project. This is a very costly project, but when it rains, the area that the boardwalk will cross is filled with almost a foot of water, making the train inaccessible to hikers and bikers.  Having this boardwalk constructed will allow for easier crossing of the marsh. To help with the fundraising I have set up a GoFundMe account, run by Victor Hiking Trails. I was hoping for a donation of five or ten dollars per person and we can help the hikers cross the marsh safely and without getting wet.  
Thank you very much for your help! 
Daniel Waldman

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