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

  • Aldersgate Christmas Tree Lot We need one adult and up to three Scouts to help at the Aldersgate Christmas Tree Lot for the next three weeks. starting November 20th. Please sign up to help serve our chartering organization! Sign up here!
    Posted Nov 16, 2018, 6:11 AM by Matthew Cox
  • Logan Dean's Eagle Project Needs Your Help! Please sign up to help Logan complete his Eagle Project in the next three weeks. Aside from your time, if you can help by bringing garden tools (shovels, mattocks, etc.), it would be greatly appreciated. The project will take place at George Watts Montessori School, at 700 Watts Street, in Durham. Use the form below to sign up!
    Posted Nov 7, 2018, 6:26 AM by Scout Master
  • Justin Earp- Eagle Ceremony Justin Earp and his family would like to invite the Troop to join them on November 11th at 4PM in the Aldersgate Sanctuary, to celebrate attaining his Eagle rank.
    Posted Oct 23, 2018, 6:57 AM by Scout Master
  • 2018 Duke Merit Badge College The 2018 Duke Merit Badge College will be on October 27th, and will offer a number of merit badges, and several Eagle-required merit badges. Please use this link to sign up for any badges that interest you for the weekend.
    Posted Oct 20, 2018, 5:47 AM by Matthew Cox
  • Fall 2018 Siwash! One of our most popular camping trips of the year is rescheduled for September 29-30th at Camp CampbellWhat's Siwash?Siwash was a originally a trade language used by European settlers and Pacific Northwest Indians in the 19th century, but the term "Siwash" has become a term commonly used to refer to camping without a tent. For our Siwash, Scouts will be camping without tents (building outdoor shelters), preparing their own food (foraged or packed), and enjoying the crisp fall weather!What exactly will we be doing?We will be learning how to build shelters & plan on sleeping in them, it would be a good idea to team up & build together.We will work on starting fires without ...
    Posted Sep 27, 2018, 10:15 AM by Scout Master
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