Your experience with BSA and Troop 76 doesn’t end when you turn 18! Scouts of Troop 76 are part of our troop for the rest of their lives. We encourage our alumni to come back to help at troop events and attend Court of Honor (COH) ceremonies. At our COH in December several alumni returned from college to attend. Each was presented with a copy of “Legacy of Honor” by Alvin Townley”. To help our alumni get a good start in their undergrad education, Troop 76 also offers a significant college scholarship to those scouts that stay actively involved with the troop and community through their senior year in high school.
One of our most notable alumni is Felix DelGreco. Felix was a member of the Army National Guard’s 1st Battalion, 102nd Infantry, out of New Haven, Connecticut. On April 9th, 2004, Felix died in Baghdad, Iraq, when an improvised explosive devise and small arms fire struck his mounted patrol. The scholarship mentioned above is in honor of Felix and representative of Felix’s care and regard for others.
To learn more about Felix, please visit the page on this site dedicated in his honor.
All alums! Please send Mr Weiland updates on what you are up to. Where you are at college, what your major is, or just what you’re interests are now and how your scouting experience has helped out. Well post them here to share with the rest of our troop and friends.