Troop 728 will travel to Scouts BSA’s Philmont High Adventure Base in New Mexico this August! We are raising funds to defray the $2K per Scout cost. Click HERE to find out how YOU can help Scouts from Northern Manhattan and the Bronx make this once-in-a-lifetime adventure a REALITY!
Join the Scouts of Troop 728 for their Fall Court of Honor, to be held Saturday, October 3, 2-4pm, outside in Isham Park (across the street from Good Shepherd School). Social distancing and masks required. (Also Scout Spirit!) Girls troop in formation.
Troop 728 meets outside and in-person this Wednesday, September 23, from 5:30-7:00pm. This is the first official meeting of the 2020-21 Scouting year. Social distancing in effect and masks required. Meet in Isham Park, across the street from Good Shepherd School, between Isham and Park Terrace West. Interested boys and girls welcome. Pizza provided. For more info, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Troop 728’s second “masks on” socially distant hike happened on Saturday, August 1, 2020, at Breakneck Ridge near Cold Spring, NY. Thanks for leading, ASMs Gabe and Alex! Training for #Philmont2021 has begun!
Join the Scouts of Troop 728 for their next Court of Honor and a Holiday Party, Wednesday, January 18, 2019, from 7-9 pm at Good Shepherd School, 108 Cooper Street, NYC 10034. Scouts, bring your families, something delicious to eat and drink, and wear your full uniforms for this important evening. We are proud of what you have accomplished!
Join the intrepid Scouts of Troop 728 this Saturday for a Super Cold Saturday Hike in Cold Spring, NY. Meet at 108 Cooper Street at 7am, return by 5pm. Dress for the weather, bring water, trail snacks and $20 in case we stop for food. Permission slips and medical forms can be downloaded from the Resources Page of the website. Trip Leaders are ASM Daniel Gurdak and ASM Gabe Florimon.
Troop 728’s newest Scouts took to the woods last weekend at Alpine Scout Camp. They hiked, set up tents, cooked, learned how to use knives, axes and saws, navigated using compasses and maps, then hiked again! Great job Scouts!