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This is the website for Boy Scout Troop 152 in Cary, NC.   If you're a visitor to our site, welcome!

Troop meetings are held each Tuesday between 7:00 PM and 8:30 PM at:

Genesis United Methodist Church
850 High House Road
Cary, North Carolina 27513

and follow the Wake County Traditional School Calendar.

Troop History
Troop 152 was first chartered in April 2003, with six Webelo Scouts bridging from Pack 152. These six Scouts became the ‘Falcon Patrol’ and Troop 152 was born. Mr. Garrett Mears was the first Scoutmaster, Mr. Don Hiller the Charted Organization Representative and Mr. Joseph Polli, the Troop Committee Chairman.
From these humble beginnings, Troop 152 has grown quickly and currently has over fifty active Scouts, five Patrols and fourteen Assistant Scoutmasters.

Troop Vision
Troop 152 is a Scout run, adult supervised organization, with a goal to provide an atmosphere for growth, in which a Scout may develop into a young adult who is a mature and responsible citizen.

A Scout is supported by: his Patrol Leader, Senior Patrol Leader, the Assistant Scoutmaster, Scoutmaster, and the Troop Committee Chair. If there is a question, use this “Chain of Command” as a resource.

To accomplish our vision, the Troop provides each Scout with the opportunity to:

  • Be helpful and to do his best
  • Develop new interests and learn new skills
  • Develop self-esteem
  • Grow through Leadership, Skills, and Training
  • Handle the responsibilities he has to God, to Country, to others and to himself
  • Have new experiences
  • Keep himself physically strong, mentally awake and morally straight
  • Learn the fundamental elements of teamwork
  • Prepare for new and greater challenges
  • Take responsibility for his conduct, his appearance, and his achievements
  • ....and foremost: to have FUN

Troop Activities

Troop 152 believes strongly that the key to the scouting program's success is leadership developed through outdoor skills and activities.  We have an active program that encourages the Scout to participate in camping, backpacking, and other oudoor adventure sports such as canoeing, kayaking, climbing, cycling and caving.  As a Scout grows in capability and strength, we also encourage participation in BSA National High Adventure activities such as Philmont Scout Ranch, Florida Sea Base, and Northern Tier.

If you'd like more information or have questions
you can reach us via the Contact Us page on the website.   Thanks for stopping by!

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Christmas Party at The Alley

Posted on Dec 11 2014 - 7:05am

Please join your Scout friends for an evening of bowling at the Alley.  We will have a gift exchange (under $20.).  Bring the whole family.  Please indicate the number of siblings in the notes next to your Scout's name.  The Troop will provide 2 slices of pizza for each attendee, so we need an accurate count.

Parents Night Out - Saturday, Nov 22 6:00pm (place Firebirds Wood Fired Grill)- Add this to your calendar! (moved to new date)

Posted on Nov 10 2014 - 7:53pm

Final Call. Please sign up using the Troop Calendar.  Hope to see the parents 

Reservation for 16 made--so please sign up on the calendar.


Posted on Nov 9 2014 - 9:26pm

Summer Camp this year is at Camp Daniel Boone in Canton, NC the week of 28-June-2015 to 04-Jul-2015 (you should be home in time for the fireworks)…

If your Scout is interested in participating in any of the High Adventure programs at summer camp 2015 at Camp Daniel Boone, PLEASE READ THIS NOW as there is TIME SENSITIVE INFORMATION BELOW!!!  

For Scouts attending the summer camp first year program or normal merit badge programs feel free to sign up for summer camp on the Troop WEB site (cost $310.00 + merit badge fees).  See the Troop WEB site and Parents Guide mentioned below for details.  Note that you will also have an opportunity to sign up for a whitewater rafting day trip even if not attending high adventure camps.  More details to follow on this.

High Adventure programs at Camp Daniel Boone are offered to Scouts on a FIRST COME FIRST SERVE basis.  Due to various complications we were a bit late getting started on the Summer Camp registration process hence the urgency if your Scout is interested in any of the High Adventure programs.  If your Scout is interested after reviewing the program information, please e-mail Mr. Schomburg (cschombu@gmail.com) and see me at the upcoming meeting on Tuesday night!!!  There is also a $50.00 deposit due now to reserve a spot in the High Adventure programs.  Also please be sure to register on the Troop WEB site.

Unless indicated otherwise below, High Adventure programs are offered to all Scouts age 13 and over (must be 13 by 01-Jun-2015).  There are some additional age and/or weight requirements for some of the programs indicated below.  All Scouts attending the High Adventure program must pass their swim test at camp before departure wit hyour crew.  Details on the programs being offered can be found in the following link:

  2015 Camp Daniel Boone - Parents Guide
  High Adventure Program Information - Pages 25-45

A summary of the High Adventure programs and their costs are included below.  Again, see the above document for additional details...

There will be one crew per Trek so after Camp Daniel Boone fills up a crew no additional Scouts will be accepted.  Crew sizes vary from 8 to 22 Scouts depending on the program.

Rock Climbing School ($365.00)

HikerDirect (formerly ScoutDirect) 2014 Holiday Sale

Posted on Nov 5 2014 - 10:19am

Need good inexpensive backpacking/camping gear? Many in the troop have geared up with their products. See below. (Submitted by Mr. Pear3)

2014 HikerDirect Holiday Sale

Hi, Scouts,

Wilderness Survival / Wood Fire Cooking Campout-Camp Campbell

Posted on Nov 1 2014 - 10:55am

The Wilderness survival and woodfire cooking campout is coming up on November 14-16. It will be a lot of fun for both crews. Just look at these pictures


Posted on Nov 1 2014 - 9:20am

Planning meeting for the upcoming month. All PLC members should attend to get leadership credit.

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