Welcome to Troop 658!


Boy Scout Troop 658 has served youth from Winooski, Colchester, Burlington, South Burlington, Milton, Essex Jct. and the surrounding communities since 1923.  We offer exciting, adventure based programs for boys ages 11-17. We meet Sunday evenings 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.



Scouting's Journey to Excellence" is the BSA's council performance recognition program designed to encourage and reward success and measure the performance of our units. It is meant to encourage excellence in providing a quality program at all levels of the BSA.  We are proud to be a "Gold" level unit for 5 years running.

Congratulations to Troop 658's latest Eagle Scout~ Teagan Hart

Posted by mlane on Nov 18 2017 - 8:45pm

Please offer your congratulations to Mr. Teagan Hart for achieving the Rank of Eagle!


Teagan 1

Congratulate Troop 658's Latest Eagle Scout - Kristian Labrie

Posted by mlane on Nov 11 2017 - 5:45am

Kristian Labrie is Troop 658's latest Eagle Scout.  Congratulations Kristian on your accomplishment!!


Kristian 1

Raise Dough with Cookie Dough - The Vermont Cookie Love Fundraiser

Posted by mlane on Oct 22 2017 - 10:18am

Scouts and Parents - print the attached forms and Sell Sell Sell.

Web Link for Selling:  


New Clothing Order Form

Posted by kbell on Oct 13 2017 - 1:35pm


We now have a new way for you to order scout or committe clothing items.  Please check out the new form under the "FORMS" section of our website.  You now control what and when you want to order new items from the clothing store. 

To asssit you can also use this link: https://www.bsatroop658.org/system/files/TroopandCommiteeClothingOptionsasofSept2017.pdf

If you have any questions, please contact Stephanie Fournier.

Fall Camporee 2017

Posted by mstein on Oct 2 2017 - 1:55pm

 Fall Camporee 2017 - Mt. Norris Scout Reservation - 9/22/17-9/24/17 

We arrived Friday evening at Mt. Norris Scout Reservation for the Harry Potter themed Fall Camporee. Our campsite was Jay Peak. We setup our tents and settled in. We then built a campfire, hung out for the evening and went to bed.


On Saturday morning, we got up at 6:30am and cooked an eggy breakfast. Near the end of breakfast, the Door Handel patrol had some extra bacon and the Wombats had extra cheese, so I created the camp stove delicacy of cheesy bacon, consisting of (you guessed it) bacon sprinkled with mexican cheese blend. While that happened, Jonah, the Door Handel patrol leader, decided to make warm tea with a powdered iced tea mix. What a nourishing breakfast.


Saturday’s activities were before and after lunch. There were 10 main activities including : Quidditch, Rope Lashing, Gaga, Climbing, Airsoft, Slingshot, Tomahawk Throwing, Lawn Darts, Fire Building, and Archery. Also, there were 7 “Horcruxes” hidden amongst various stations for us to find and write down for credit. They were either pictures or items to represent the horcruxes from the Harry Potter series.


Saturday dinner was tasty. The Door Handels had spaghetti and meatballs with garlic bread. The Wombat patrol had dumplings, which were a hit. Theo brought a cake to share with the Door Handel patrol. After dinner, there was a campfire with skits from different troops and an award ceremony. The Wombats earned 2nd place for Tomahawk Throwing! Also, each unit (Boy Scouts, Venturing, and Webelos) got a pumpkin pie as a gift from the Camporee hosts. After the  campfire closing, the movie Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire was presented in the dining hall.


Sunday morning was a quick one. The patrols packed up their tents and personal gear, and had muffins for breakfast. We attended the closing flags ceremony, then the camporee was dismissed. We packed up everything else and left the campsite cleaner than we found it before heading home.


Eagle Court of Honor - Aric Donerkiel

Posted by kbell on Aug 30 2017 - 10:10am

Saturday, September 16, 2017 at 1:00 PM
Bayside Park, Colchester

 Parking is available on site. The ceremony will begin at 1:00 PM,
followed by a potluck barbecue afterwards, side dishes and salads welcome. 

RSVP by September 11th to Pia Sachs-Donerkiel
psdvt@comcast.net or 

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