Welcome to the Troop 1177 Website!

Intended as an information and reference source for Troop 1177, our site features photos of current and past events, email updates for future events, links to items of interest to Scouts, Troop information and forms. A calendar of coming events is included and calendar pages can be printed in list format or calendar format.

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It's a Great Day to be Scout!

Eagle Scout Court of Honor - Clay Brockermeyer and Jared Saufley

Posted on Oct 24 2014 - 5:08pm

Congratulations Clay and Jared

Foundry - God & Life Program

Posted on Oct 14 2014 - 11:48pm

Fairbanks United Methodist is doing the God & Life program, which is for 9th – 12th grade students.  

The P.R.A.Y. Program


HMNS - Fall Merit Badge Classes

Posted on Sep 2 2014 - 9:07pm

Houston Museum of Natural Science


Hornaday Award - Scouting's Highest Conservation Award

Posted on Aug 28 2014 - 2:52pm

The Hornaday Award, Scouting’s highest conservation award, has been termed an “Olympic medal bestowed by the Earth”, because of its focus on natural resource conservation and environmental stewardship.

This awards program was created to recognize those that have made significant contributions to conservation. It was begun in 1914 by Dr. William T. Hornaday, director of the New York Zoological Park and founder of the National Zoo in Washington, D.C. Dr. Hornaday was an active and outspoken champion of natural resource conservation and a leader in saving the American bison from extinction. He named the award the Wildlife Protection Medal. Its purpose was to challenge Americans to work constructively for wildlife conservation and habitat protection. After his death in 1937, the award was renamed in Dr. Hornaday's honor and became a Boy Scouts of America award.

The Troop would like to thank Mr. Paul Roberts, Chair, SHAC Hornaday Awards Committee for sharing his time to show a presentation on the Hornaday award and providing the information that's attached to this annoucement.

2014 Camporee Video

Posted on Apr 15 2014 - 9:51pm

Check out this great video that Mr. Stewart filmed during the recent Boy Scout Camporee.  Click the link to watch the video.  http://vimeo.com/m/90579292

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