Friday, February 9, 2018

All-You-Can-Eat Buffet Breakfast!

Troop 12 All-You-Can-Eat Buffet Breakfast!

Boy Scouts Troop 12 of Edison is hosting its annual All-You-Can-Eat Buffet Breakfast at the Edison Elks Lodge #2487 (375 Old Post Road, Edison) from 8 AM to 12 PM on Sunday, March 4th. Tickets are $7 cash/check in advance or at the door and $8 per person online.

The event - featuring pancakes, sausage, made-to-order omelets, French toast, carved ham, fresh fruit and so much more - raises funds to support Troop 12's community-service projects, camping activities, and leadership training for the Scouts.

Please show your support and join us for a delicious breakfast!



$8 per person online (children 5 and under free)
Please enter all the names of those in your party if they are going to be arriving at a time other than the main ticket holder.

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Can't make it to the breakfast? Donations help pay for Scout supplies and equipment such as tents, lanterns, stoves and more. Thank you for your support!

Monday, January 22, 2018

Winter Court of Honor & Parents Night

Please join us for the Troop 12 Winter Court of Honor & Parents Night!

All Scouts & families are requested to attend to recognize those Scouts who have recently advanced in rank or earned merit badges and other awards in the past few months.

Following the Court of Honor will be our Parents' Night celebration. Please sign up here to bring a dessert to

Wednesday, November 15, 2017

Cub Scouts Pack 12 Annual Spaghetti Dinner

The Pack 12 Webelos II's are hosting the 2nd Annual Pack 12 Spaghetti Dinner Fundraiser on Saturday, November 18 from 4 pm - 7 pm. Tickets are $9 for ages 8+ and $5 for age 7 and under.

They are planning a great evening of delicious homemade food (lovingly prepared by their "Pack Chef" - aka CubMaster Toryak) at an affordable price. Bring out the family for an Italian night out, including spaghetti, sauce, salad, meatballs, breadsticks, dessert, raffles, and fun! 

This fundraiser will be used to help offset costs of their annual Blue and Gold Banquet in February where ALL of the Cub  Scouts will be recognized for their accomplishments this year! Please come out and support the Pack and feel free to invite family and friends.

Your RSVP (to is kindly requested so that they can better know how much food to prepare for this great event. 

Friday, October 27, 2017

Open House


Hiking, camping, swimming - Boy Scouts do it all!

Stop by Troop 12's Open House - Thursday 11/2, 7pm - 8:30pm @ Washington School Gym (153 Winthrop Rd, Edison) - to learn more about what we do!


Boy Scouts is a year-round fun program with a purpose. Scouts typically meet once a week for activities, to learn new skills, and to plan outings.They will be a member of a small patrol and the larger troop. As Boy Scouts advance through the program, they are recognized for their achievements. The troop is led by the boys and adult leaders supervise the activities, ceremonies and trips.

Boy Scouts includes boys who are 11–18 years old (5th grade - 12th grade). Scouts build physical fitness, character, and good citizenship—all while having a great time with family and friends. Most importantly, Scouting encourages them to do their best—a lesson that will help them achieve success throughout their lives.



Monday, October 9, 2017

Troop 12 welcomes three new Eagles

Philip Duddy, Robert Heintjes and Joseph Mansonet -- members of Boy Scout Troop 12 -- have earned the Eagle Award, the Boy Scouts' highest honor.

To earn the Eagle Award, a Scout must be active with a troop, earn a minimum of 21 merit badges, assume a position of leadership within a troop and complete a service project that benefits the community.

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Troop 12 Edison Celebrates Four New Eagle Scouts

Boy Scout Troop 12 of Edison recently held its annual Fred Langenohl Memorial Awards Dinner, where four Eagle Scouts from Edison and Metuchen were recognized. The troop is chartered by the Washington School PTO and belongs to the Raritan Valley District of the Patriots' Path Council.

Troop 12 Scouts in grades 5 through 12 have been serving the community since 1917. The following Scouts were celebrated for earning Scouting’s highest rank: Akshay Malik, Eli Hines, Patrick Reid and Liam Weeks.

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