Welcome to Troop 658!


Boy Scout Troop 658 has served youth from Winooski, Colchester, Burlington, South Burlinton, Milton, Essex Jct. and the surrounding communities since 1923.  We offer exciting, adventure based programs for boys ages 11-17. We meet Sunday eveings at Saint Francis Xavier School from 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm.  Visit us and see for yourself what a difference you can make in the life of a young man.



Summary of November 23, 2015 Meeting

Posted on Nov 23 2015 - 11:21am


  • Historian is still an open Position, contact Mr. Stein
  •  No meeting the Sunday after Thanksgiving.

Agenda: Advancement/merit badges.

Adult Merit Badge Training

Posted on Nov 17 2015 - 9:02pm

Scouting Parents, If you've told Mrs Hart you have an interest in becoming a BSA Merit Badge Counselor or would like to find out what being a Merit Badge counselor involves, we'll be holding 2 Merit Badge Counselor training class (same class both evenings) on Sunday, 11/22 and Sunday 12/6 during the troop meeting, 6:45-7:45PM in the SFX conference room on the 3rd floor opposite the Scout room.   Please pick the evening that fits your schedule best and sign up on the Troop web page Event Registration by noon of the Sunday of the class you plan on attending.   Mr Zwonik

Summary of November 15, 2015 Meeting

Posted on Nov 15 2015 - 9:14pm


  • SFX Craft Fair needs more scout volunteers. Could count for 2+ service hours.
  • Historian is still an open Position, contact Mr. Stein
  • No meeting the Sunday after Thanksgiving.

Agenda: Vote on climbing Merit Badge, advancement/merit badges.

Troop 658's newest Eagle scout - James Comi!

Posted on Nov 11 2015 - 10:51am

Please join me in congratulating James Comi on passing his Eagle Board of Review last night (11/10)!


Summary of November 8, 2015 Meeting

Posted on Nov 9 2015 - 11:43am


  • Battleship Cove 14/15th coming up next week. Room for one more scout, contact Mr. Zierak by Tuesday.

  • This is the week for wreath sales. Please try to get as many orders in as possible to help support the troop.


  • Citizenship test, and drawing of neighborhoods.
  • Knot of the week was two half hitches. 


Fall Camporee October 23-25, 2015

Posted on Nov 3 2015 - 6:10pm



Button Bay State Park, Vergennes, VT


Scouts Attending: Theo B, Will B, Matthew B, Jonah D, Aric D, Keller D, Oscar D, Evan G, Lewis L, Ethan P, Jameson R, Rory S, Seamus S, Andrew Z, Matthew Z


Leaders/Adults Attending: Mr. Dorgan, Mr. Roach, Ms. Sachs-Donerkiel, Ms. Stein, Mr. Zierak


The theme of the Camporee was “Scouting Is Timeless.” Most of the Troop arrived on Friday evening, between 5-6pm. We immediately set up tents and got ourselves warm by the campfire. I woke up at 6:30, and everything was covered with frost.


Immediately after breakfast we walked to flagpole for opening ceremony. After, we had a service project by picking up trash. Then we had activities. They included: First aid, Whittling Chit, Knots, Orienteering, Tomahawk Throwing, Sportsman (Webelos), and a Nature Hike with the game warden where we identified plants and evidence of animals. After dinner, which included potatoes for everyone, we went to the campfire. The campfire had lots of skits from different troops. Like every good Camporee, it started raining during the campfire. After the campfire, some scouts went home, while the others stayed the night. Everyone made it home safely the next day.


Submitted by Rory Stein

Photos by Michael GW Stein

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