Welcome To Boy Scouts Troop616 of New Territory RCA, Sugar Land, TX 77479

Welcome to your Unit's Website: http://www.troop616.org 
About Us: 
Troop 616 (SHAC / NorthStar District) is comprised of approximately 50 boys (older than 11 years) and many well-trained, hard-working adult leaders. Our scoutmaster, Mr. Phil Sedita (sm@troop616.org), coordinates year-round meetings and campouts dedicated to teaching our Boy Scouts to live the Scout Oath, Law, and Motto. Activities include great campouts and hikes, attending merit badge fairs, going to summer camp, and much more.  Our High Adventure program allows older Scouts to experience new activities such as Canoeing, Tubing, Waterskiing, Boating, Hiking, Horseback riding, Rock climbing, and other Volunteer activities that teach them newer skills that will assist them on their road to Eagle Scout. To contact Troop616 to Inquire/Join, Please come over to New Territory Club on Tuesdays at 7 PM between September thru May of calendar school year or go to left menu and click Contact us and Email Troop (contact@troop616.org)! If your son is younger than 11 years, he can start initially as a cubscout by clicking cubscout link or contacting a pack from New Territory Magazine.

We are proud and grateful that the NTRCA (New Territory Residential Community Association) and The Club at New Territory allow us to meet at The Club facility.  We meet every Tuesday evening from 7:15 to 8:30 PM in the evening at The Club, located at corner of Homeward Way and New Territory Boulevard. Please feel free to come over and attend one of the meetings, if interested in joining Troop616 Boy Scouts!


                     Troop 616 at Camp Daniel Boone 2011    

                                     Troop616Eagle Scouts     Colonneh                                                http://www.shac.org/


Please read brief new Scout Document to join Troop616 camping                          Scouting for food

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Alex Ridley Eagle Court of Honor 2pm April 19 at Parkway

Posted on Apr 6 2014 - 12:48pm

Anthony Caro Eagle Project

Posted on Apr 6 2014 - 12:46pm

Dear Troop 616,
I will be working on my Eagle scout project on Saturday April 12th. We will be starting at 9 am and ending at around 2 pm at Parkway United Methodist church in New Territory. If it rains the project will take place on Sunday 13th at 2pm. For my project I will be sanding and staining wooden benches in the Parkway gardens. I will be needing 12 volunteers to be able to finish my project. Breakfast in the morning will be provided before we start to work and lunch will also be provided. Water and snacks will be available for volunteers thought the project. Kindly request volunteers to bring a sander or sanding block and their own paint brush, if owned. Both will be provided but any brought will be graciously appreciated. Please reply to Adcscorpion@gmail.com by Wednesday April 9th if you will be able to help with my project.

COH : TUE night at The Club at 7 p.m

Posted on Sep 20 2013 - 8:10am

Troop – I’d like to encourage everyone (Scouts and parents) to attend and help the troop celebrate the accomplishments of our sons.
If you’re receiving a rank advancement or merit badge, please attend and be recognized.  

Even if you aren’t receiving some award, come out and support your fellow Scouts.

Parents of T616 Scouts and a special notice to all Life Rank Scouts:

Posted on Sep 8 2013 - 10:28pm
Parents of T616 Scouts and a special notice to all Life Rank Scouts:
We have a request (further below) by a scout for a counselor for the Environmental Science Merit Badge which is an Eagle required one.


Posted on Aug 28 2013 - 6:28am
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Sept campout : San Marcos Canoeing

Posted on Aug 23 2013 - 8:14am
1)  Troop 616 will have its first campout this Fall on Sept 13-15 at the San Marcos River Retreat (same as last year).  We have 4 camp sites reserved which will accommodate 24-28 people total.  The San Marcos River Retreat is a scout-friendly campground that we have used for the last two years.  A link to its website is:

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