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Welcome        Joining Troop 64          Our Sponsoring Organization          Our Organizational Identity

Welcome to Duncannon Pennsylvania's Troop 64

Welcome to Duncannon Pennsylvania's Boy Scout Troop 64 web site. All of our Troop Committee members, Troop leaders, and Boy Scouts welcome you to our Internet presence.

This site is meant to be a communications tool for our Troop family, but all are welcome to visit and browse.

Our goal is to improve your Scouting experience and provide you with the tools that allow you to do your best.

We hope you enjoy your stay and come back often.

Joining Troop 64

Our goal is to use our experience to provide the youth of the community with a Scouting experience that will enable them to do their best in life. Duncannon Troop 64 has been registered consistently for 90 years in Duncannon producing more than 100 Eagle Scouts. That's a lot of experience!

You are welcome to join any of our meetings as a guest simply by showing up and introducing yourself. We have regular scheduled meetings every Tuesday throughout the year. October thru April we meet at the Otterbein United Methodist Church from 6:30 - 8:00 in the Fellowship Hall. May thru September we meet at the Pavilion at the Centennial grounds from 6:00 to 8:30.

Request more information via email from this site or give our Scoutmaster Thom Hammaker a call @717-645-1286 or e-mail at

Our Sponsoring Organization

Duncannon Troop 64 has been sponsored consistently for over 90 years by the Otterbein United Methodist Church. Our troop is very grateful for their devotion to our community youth. The Duncannon Otterbein United Methodist Church is located at: 327 Newport Road, Duncannon, PA 17020

Our Organizational Identity

The New Birth of Freedom Council is serving six counties in South-Central Pennsylvania.  The council was formed by a merger of York-Adams Area Council and Keystone Area Council on April 1, 2010.

The New Birth of Freedom Council, headquartered in Mechanicsburg, PA, serves more than 11,400 young people in six counties (Adams, Cumberland, Dauphin, Franklin, Perry and York) in south-central Pennsylvania.

The council is the fourth-largest council in Pennsylvania (behind Pittsburgh, Philadelphia and Allentown) and is led by over 5,500 volunteers. More than 245 community organizations, representing educational, religious, non-profit, civic, and business organizations join in partnership with the New Birth of Freedom Council by chartering 450 Scouting units (packs, troops, teams, crews, posts and groups).

Conococheague District is one of the six Districts that make up our council. This District is comprised of Franklin and Perry Counties.  The name refers to a creek in Franklin County, Pennsylvania and a mountain of the same name in Perry County, Pennsylvania. The mountain is a significant portion of the Tuscarora State Forest, and the creek is a tributary of the Potomac River. The word Conococheague is translated from the Delaware Indian spoken language to mean water of many turns. The area along the creek was home to the first settlement in the area which was referred to as the Conococheague Region and eventually developed into present-day Chambersburg.

The New Birth of Freedom Council owns four council camps, Camp Conewago, Camp Tuckahoe, Hidden Valley Scout Reservation, and Wizard Ranch.

Duncannon Troop 64 is one of twenty-seven troops within the Conococheague District. Facebook: Conococheague.nbof