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

  • 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
  • Memorial Day Service Durham Scouts will place flags on veterans' graves, Saturday, May 26, 2018, 10:00 am to 1:00 pm at Woodlawn Memorial Park,  Service Hours will be awarded for participation, please wear your Class A uniform. Signup here.
    Posted May 23, 2018, 8:32 AM by Scout Master
  • Disabilities Awareness Merit Badge When:May 22 at 6:30 PM in the Scout RoomTaught by:Mr. JamesScouts should do the following prior to this meeting:·              Learn about the following disabilities awareness terms: disability, accessibility, adaptation, accommodation, invisible disability, and person-first language.·              Learn why proper disability etiquette is important, and how it may differ depending on the specific disability.·              Learn how people with disabilities take part in a particular adaptive sport or recreational activity. ·              Week 2, on May 29, we will have a speaker come in to cover requirement 3 b.·              This merit badge will also include the opportunity for a field trip.·               Other details for the remaining meetings will be sent soon.  If interested, please contact Wil James.·              This is ...
    Posted May 16, 2018, 11:13 AM by Scout Master
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