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Welcome to Troop 418!

Boy Scout Troop 418, part of the Boy Scouts of America, is located in Hilliard, Ohio. (A North West suburb of Columbus, Ohio)  We are a youth-led organization focused on teaching young men the skills they will need throughout their lives.   We encourage our youth to become leaders through Troop positions which help them develop life skills within and outside of scouting.

Troop 418 is an active Troop. We plan monthly camping trips, focus on leadership and personal development, and attend a week of summer camp each year.  Our Troop is also active in giving back to the community with our annual involvement with Toys for Tots and other community-related service activities throughout the year. Our Troop attends a High Adventure Base (Philmont Scout Ranch, Florida Sea Base, Northern Tier, Summit Bechtel Reserve) every other year.  

Troop 418 has been in existence for 27 years.  Since this time we have had the success of 45 Eagle Scouts. We meet at Hilliard Presbyterian Church every Monday night during the school year at 7pm.

Feel free to attend one of our weekly meetings and check us out!

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Upcoming Events

Troop meeting
Jan 24 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
The Urban Iditarod – Klondike! @ Camp Lazarus
Jan 28 @ 5:00 pm – Jan 30 @ 12:00 pm

The Urban Iditarod – Klondike!  Olentangy Greenway Trail – North Section  (Camping at Lazarus afterward) The Iditarod is a race for life. Be prepared for whatever you encounter …

When: January 29th & 30th, 2022.

Where: Olentangy Trail, 600 W Wilson Bridge Rd, Worthington, OH 43085, overflow parking at 500 W Wilson Bridge Rd. Camp

Lazarus, 4422 Columbus Pike, Delaware, OH 43015

Who: All Scouts, Crews and Webelos with a Troop sponsor are invited to attend.

Registration: On line, Simon Kenton Council website. Check in will be at the parking lot north of the Hills Market 8 AM to 9 AM

on Saturday and Passports will be handed out at that time.

Camping and Parking: For the Iditarod, park vehicles in the parking area north of Hills Market. For the overnight campout, park in

the lot in front of the Visitor Center at Camp Lazarus.

Tent camping for Units wishing to earn the Polar Bear Award will be available. Check with the Campmaster to receive a site

assignment. To stay in a cabin you will need to make your own reservation on the SKC website.

First Aid & Emergencies: Local EMS will be available along with first aid support staff on site. Troop Leaders should have

medical release/history forms for each Scout.

Unit Leader Notes: We ask all units to use traditional Klondike Sledges that can be modified to use wheels in case of a lack of

snow. Plans have been included as guidelines and there is no intent to disqualify any entries. There will be bonus points for sledges

that are within specs and that can bear the weight of equipment and hold together for the weekend. Sledges will be judged for

approved length of 6 feet and width of 18 inches. Accessories may be added a canvas snow curtain as a snow guard front and sides

to keep equipment dry. Additional points will be awarded for sledges decorated for the Camporee Theme.

The event is being held on a public hiking trail. Remind the Scouts to remember the Oath, Law, Motto, Slogan and The Outdoor


Please check the District Web Site for any revisions or last-minute changes. Think SNOW!!!

Dress: Be prepared, weather is unpredictable.

Patrol Equipment: The following equipment and supplies are required for each patrol entry. They should be transported on the

Klondike Sledge and available through the event.

Scout Handbook

Patrol First Aid Kit

Patrol Flag (attached to sledge)

Fire making supplies

Appropriate cold weather lunch for patrol

Water for patrol

¼ inch rope for pioneering project (3 six foot lengths)


Two (2) 20’ length rescue ropes

Extra Warm Clothes for Emergences

Patrol Roster, Paper and Pen

Carabineer (plain)

Duct Tape



Program: Passports will be given to each Patrol at registration. The Iditarod is a race for life. Be prepared for whatever you

encounter on the trail.

All Passports must be turned in at end of the event before you journey north to Camp Lazarus.

Snacks and refreshments will also be available at the Dining Hall along with an informal program on Saturday evening for campers.

The Polar Bear certificate will be awarded to all Scouts and Scouters who camp outside Saturday night.

Closing: No formal closing is planned.

Leave-No-Trace: Each unit is responsible to police their own area.

2022 Klondike Bulletin #1.pdf

2022 Klondike Flyer.pdf


Troop meeting
Jan 31 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Scout Sunday @ Hilliard Presbyterian Church
Feb 6 @ 9:00 am – 10:00 am
Parents meeting @ Hilliard Presbyterian Church
Feb 7 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

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