Welcome to the web site of Boy Scout Troop 105 of Hanover Pennsylvania! Whether you are a current scout or a future scout, this is the online source for troop info.

If you are looking into possibly joining Troop 105, you can start by going to the Prospective Scouts page where you can learn about the troop.

For current members of the troop, there are various resources for you to use including current news, the event schedule, gear checklists, and a uniform guide.

latest news

Eisenhower Farm Trip Posted 9/14/16

Anyone going on the trip needs to meet at the church tomorrow. We will be leaving at 5:30 to set up camp. 
Departure on Friday:
1st Shift People: Leaving at 4:30
2nd Shift People: Leaving at 5:30
Friday night wear Class B. Saturday and Suday wear Class A.
Bring 2 water bottles and a flashlight.

Fishing Trip Posted 8/18/16

Leaving at 5:30, be there at 5
Closed toe shoes 
Fishing rod for shore (optional)
Tackle for fishing rod (optional)
Bait (optional)
Return: TBD (Scouts will call parents)

Caving Trip Posted 7/14/16

We will be departing at 5:45 Friday evening, but you must be there at 5:30. We will be returning 12:30-1:00 and scouts will call their parents a half hour before we arrive.

Cubscout Daycamp Posted 7/8/16

Camp is Monday, July 25th, through Friday, July 29th. Unless something changes, you will need to be there 8:00 - 3:30
We also have a staff meeting and camp set-up Sunday, July 24th at 4:00 at camp. If you don't have any plans that night, you can help us set up and get any forms filled out that you haven't already.

Reading Merit Badge Posted 7/8/16

Reading merit badge will be taking place at the Hanover library on July 13, 5-7 pm and make sure you bring your merit badge workbook.

Cyberchip Posted 6/25/16

The Scouts have schedule cyberchip for this Wednesday June 29th. In order for a Scout to earn his cyberchip a parent/gaurdian must participate. Here are the requirements that require parent/gaurdian participation:
  1. Write and sign a personalized contract with your parent or guardian that outlines rules for using the computer and mobile devices, including what you can download, what you can post, and consequences for inappropriate use.
  2. Discuss with your parents the benefits and potential dangers teenagers might experience when using social media. Give examples of each.

Rodney Payments Posted 3/16/16

Rodney payments are due 4/27/16

PLC (Patrol LeadersConference) Schedule Posted 9/27/15

The green bars start @ 6:00 p.m. the first Wednesday of every month.


upcoming events

November 18th -20th

Camping / Ice Hockey - York Ice Rink

December 17th

Day Trip with Webelos to SkyZone

Recycling: 7AM - 2PM

Second and fourth Saturday of the every month
and fifth Saturday of January and August.
Parents are welcome to come and help.