Welcome !

Troop 59 is located in Plumstead,Pennsylvania and has been an active part of the community for over 60 years.



Not all Boy Scout Troops are created equal. That said, Troop 59 is a 'Boy Led Troop' rooted in:

  • History: The wonderful sense of belonging to one of the first Boy Scout troops in our area that has operated continuously and been an active member of the community.

  • Family: Troop 59 has a family feeling. We are a small troop (our average number of Scouts has historically averaged around 20 boys) and are proud of that. Being small allows each Scout's family to be an active participant in the activities of the Troop. The Boy Scouts of America has overwhelming support to back up the statement that a Scouts success is directly related to the level of involvement of his parent(s) in his scouting career.

  • Honor:The Boy Scout Oath says it perfectly:

On my Honor I will do my Best
To do my Duty to God and my Country
and to Obey the Scout Law;
To Help others at All Times;
To keep myself Physically Strong,
Mentally Awake, and Morally Straight.


Thanks to Our Volunteers - Ryan L., Isaiah, Nat & Will F. !

Posted on Aug 30 2016 - 5:04pm

Thanks to Ryan Loscalzo, Isaiah Johnson, Nat Carson and Will Forker for representing Troop 59 and turning Doylestown Teal for Ovarian Cancer Awareness. Below is a picture of the volunteers:


Our New Troop Meeting Location - Rolling Hills United Methodist, 7028 Easton Road, Pipersville

Posted on Aug 30 2016 - 2:00pm

We will now be holding our troop meetings at Rolling Hills United Methodist. They reached out to our Troop leadership and offered the availability of their conference facilities to us. Our troop leadership met with them and were impressed with both the people and their facilities. They even have a modern kitchen that will come in handy for our Court of Honors. 

The new location also has the advantage of being closer to Doylestown.

We have agreed to use their facilities on a trial basis thru the end of the year and if it meets the expectations of both parties, we will continue there. Their only ask of us was to build a sign that advertises that our troop meets there. Should make for a nice troop project.

We will still be a "self chartered" troop. If you have any questions, Rob Sigety will be available at our troop meetings or you can reach out to him directly. 

Troop 59 - Service Project - Turn Doylestown Teal for Ovarian Cancer Awareness

Posted on Aug 23 2016 - 11:41am
Aug 23 2016 - 9:30am
Aug 23 2016 - 12:00pm
Starbucks in Doylestown

Volunteers needed! Saturday, August 27, 9:30 a.m., Doylestown Borough will be participating for the 8th year in the national campaign for ovarian cancer awareness, Turn The Towns Teal. We will be tying teal ribbons on lampposts and trees as a reminder to women to educate themselves on the symptoms of the silent disease that mimics so many other illnesses. Please join us! We will meet at Starbucks, at the corners of Main and State Streets. Each year there are people that come that have been touched by this insidious disease. Thank you to Mayor Ron Strouse and Borough Council for their support and to Doylestown Rotary for their sponsorship of the cost of the materials.

Please Sign Up !!!


Volunteer to Assist on Derek Deihl's Eagle Scout Project - Saturday Aug 20th and Sunday Aug 21st

Posted on Aug 10 2016 - 7:20pm

Derek's project is to improve a path at Hansell park by doing weeding and digging in some Belgian blocks. Derek will provide donuts / bagels in the morning. Please sign up & come out and help if you can !




Ockanickon Summer Camp Details

Posted on Aug 2 2016 - 3:56pm

Following are the details for scouts & adults attending the Ockanickon summer camp:

-  All scouts attending summer camp should arrive at the Ockanickon Scout Reservation Parking Lot by 1:45 PM on August 7th. Look for Mr. Reed and Ms. Cotlar at the Grove section of the parking lot.

-  Camp Map can be found at the following link:

- Scouts should wear their class A uniforms and wear their swim suits underneath and also keep at towel with them

-  All scouts & adults need to bring their filled out health forms & copies of their insurance cards with them.

-  All scouts should bring any required meds with them.

-  Our campsite has not yet been assigned but I will send it once it is.

-  Following is additional information on the check in procedures:

- Following is a list of adults who will be attending camp and the times they are able to attend:
- Karen Cotlar: Sunday, Monday Evening, Tuesday Evening, Wednesday Evening
- Scot Reed: Sunday Thru Wednesday Morning, Friday, Saturday
- Steve Swartz: Wednesday, Thursday
- Dan Loscalzo: Sunday (checkin), Thursday Evening, Friday, Saturday

Any Scouts who are just attending sometime during the week as volunteers, you still need to bring a full completed health form (included signed Physician section) when you arrive.

Details for Camp Minsi Summer Camp

Posted on Jun 25 2016 - 12:49pm

Following are the details for summer camp:

-Everyone should arrive at Hidden Lake Farm by 9:00 AM on Sunday June 26th.
- Scouts should wear their class A uniforms and wear their swim suits underneath and also keep at towel with them
-   All scouts & adults need to bring their filled out health forms & copies of their insurance cards with them. They will be collected before we depart
-   All scouts should bring any required meds with them. They will be collected before we depart.
-  We will arrive at Minsi at around 11:00 AM and go to our campsite to deliver & setup our gear.
-   We are at campsite # 8 - Senaca. Camp Map & other details can be found at the following link:
-  After site setup, we will plan to go out to a local fast food or pizza place for a quick lunch. Scouts should bring money for this. All other meals for the week are included in the camp fee.
-  After lunch, we will begin our formal check in (e.g. medical forms, tour, swim test, etc.) at the parking lot ; beginning at 1:00 PM
Please contact me if you have any questions.
Dan Loscalzo

BSA Troop # 59

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