We are Troop 400, serving North Durham, Bahama and the surrounding area. Our Troop is very active... every month of the year!

We camp every month, we have a Troop activity every month, and we meet every week. We participate in high adventure treks, Camporees and the Order of the Arrow. We do all of these things because that is what the Scouts in our Troop have chosen to do. The Scouts choose the activities, plan the activities and execute those plans, because we are a Scout-Run Troop, in every sense of that term.





Troop News

  • Troop 400 30th Anniversary Schedule of Events We are excited for a great weekend of celebration for Troop 400! Below is a schedule of events, with links to the Troop website for events signups, where needed. As of Tuesday eve, we have almost 150 people registered to attend this weekend's festivities! We look forward to seeing you there!Friday, 7/20   7:00PM - Until -   Set- up tables, chairs, stage/podium, decorations at Gymnasium/FLC Saturday, 7/21  9:00AM - 11:00AM - Service Project at Picnic Shelter, Aldersgate Church - Sign up on the Troop events Page!  5PM - Doors open for Celebration and Dinner, fellowship and swapping stories   6PM - Dinner is served/started  6:40PM (approx.) - Celebration and Memories Program  8:00PM - Tear down/Clean-up gymnasium  8 ...
    Posted Jul 18, 2018, 7:50 AM by Scout Master
  • Troop 400 30th Anniversary Reunion Update! Man-O-Man, the T400 30th reunion celebration and all the related activities is just around the corner. Here are some more particulars - and some areas with which we will need the help of all Troop members!!1. If you haven't already done it - make your reservation NOW!!  Maggiano's IS CATERING AND THEIR FOOD IS ALWAYS GREAT!2. We're setting up and doing some decorating on Friday evening starting at 7pm. We need Scouts and Scouter families to help put out tables and chairs, arrange movable dividers, and put up decorations. If you can help, let Ms Bosecker know (sj3bosecker@gmail.com)3. Saturday morning service project - some simple work to help clean and spruce up the ...
    Posted Jul 11, 2018, 6:49 AM by Scout Master
  • Worried About Packing for Camp? What to BringOther than some basic items, different people and units will bring different items with them. A good exercise is to think about your perfect week at camp, and bring the items that you see in your mental picture. If you want to spend the afternoon fishing on the edge of the lake, don’t forget your fishing rod and tackle box. To help keep you from forgetting those all important items, we have a list below to help you when you are packing.Personal EquipmentComplete Scout uniformT-shirtsshorts or long pantsswim trunksany Merit Badge-specific clothingunderwearsocksinsect repellentFootware for Boatinghat, if desiredsweater or jacketextra shoes or ...
    Posted Jun 13, 2018, 7:10 AM by Scout Master
  • UCAN Eagle Project Opportunities Urban Community AgroNomics has a number of potential Eagle Projects requested. Click on this link for their Contact information and to inquire about ways you can help! A sample of requested projects is attached.
    Posted Jun 12, 2018, 10:52 AM by Scout Master
  • Reed Gold Mine Camping Trip Troop 400 will be camping on the Reed Gold Mine State Historic site property September 21-23rd. Scouts will have the opportunity to also earn the Mining in Society merit badge, taught on site. This is a great opportunity to camp in a unique historical site, and to earn a rare merit badge, all in one weekend!Signups are available on the Troop Events Page. Please note- there is a separate Merit Badge signup, as space is limited to 20 Scouts for the class.
    Posted Jun 7, 2018, 8:30 AM by Scout Master
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