Welcome to Troop 113.



Recent Outings:

  • Winter camping Mendon Ponds Park
  • Skiing at Bristol Mountain
  • Rock climbing at Rattlesnake Point in Canada

Service Projects:

  • Bingo with Veterans
  • Campsight Sign at Massawepie
  • Scouting for Food

Recent Destinations:

  • Massawepie
  • Buffalo Navy Ships
  • Presque Isle State Park

Troop 113, United Church of Christ at 570 Klem Rd, Webster.

Questions? Contact us at info@websterscouts.org


Boy Scout Troop 113 in Webster, New York, is an active, boy-led troop, with a variety of fun activities that appeal to a wide range of interests and skill levels. We strive to offer Scouts a diverse set of experiences, from informal overnight trips to week-long camping. At the same time, our activities include learning how to perform everyday tasks, from soldering a joint to proper disposal of a retired U.S. flag.    Learn More





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Troop 113 Meets at
The United Church of Christ
570 Klem Rd
Webster, NY 14580


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Troop 113 is in the Otetiana Council, 474 East Ave, Rochester, NY

Leadership University : Saturday March 1

Posted on Jan 29 2014 - 9:37pm

Here are the details on Leadership University: http://www.senecawaterways.org/events/2014-leadership-university/

This will be held on Saturday, March 1 at St John Fisher College.

The course guide (http://www.senecawaterways.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/2014-LU-Course-Guide.pdf) is very extensive... lots of classes to choose from.

Among them are topics such as:

  • Scoutmaster/Assistant Scoutmaster Specific Training
  • Troop Committee Challenge (for any and all parents or committee members)
  • Meaningful Scoutmaster Conferences
  • Conducting Unit Boards of Review
  • Merit Badge Counselor Training
  • Webelos to Boy Scout Transition
  • Youth Protection
  • Effective Youth Leader Training in Your Troop
  • Living the Patrol Method
  • Navigating Life-to-Eagle Trail & Project Booklet
  • Making the OA Meaningful in Your Unit
  • A Parent's Transition from Pack to Troop
  • The Successful Annual Troop Plan
  • Troop Meeting Planning: The Effective PLC
  • Planning the Court of Awards and Honor
  • Games With a Purpose
  • Dutch Oven Basics
  • Creative Camp Cooking
  • Spicier Menu Planning
  • Native American Indian Lore and Games
  • Introduction to Leave No Trace
  • Survival Bracelets and Paracord Key-chains
  • Knots ARE Fun!
  • Orienteering: Basics and Beyond
  • Flag Ceremonies and Etiquette
  • Map and Compass Basics
  • And much more!

And for Scouts, there's training also.  Such as:

  • Intro to Leadership Skills for Troops/Crews
  • Den Chief Training
  • Den Chiefs Make a Difference
  • Ordinary to Extraordinary Ceremonies
  • Living the Patrol Method
  • Making the OA Meaningful in Your Unit
  • The Successful Annual Troop Plan
  • Troop Meeting Planning: The Effective PLC
  • Planning the Court of Awards and Honor
  • Using Games to Teach Skills and Teamwork
  • Games With a Purpose
  • Native American Indian Lore and Games
  • Dutch Oven Basics
  • Creative Camp Cooking
  • Spicier Menu Planning
  • Introduction to Leave No Trace
  • Survival Bracelets and Paracord Keychains
  • Knots ARE Fun!
  • Orienteering
  • Flag Ceremonies and Etiquette
  • Navigating Life-to-Eagle and Project Booklet
  • Overview of the Guide to Safe Scouting
  • Religious Emblems for Cubs and Scouts

Don't miss this great opportunity! 

Ilya honored at annual Eagle Scout dinner

Posted on Jan 7 2014 - 10:17pm

Ilya Boehly attended the 63rd annual Eagle Scout dinner and was awared a plaque for Eagle Project of the Month (Feb 2013)


A Chance to Win a Play Station 4! (or an iPod Touch!)

Posted on Nov 4 2013 - 8:59am

Bring-A-Buddy…earn a chance…

Bring-a-Buddy and win a Play Station 4! Every Boy Deserves Scouting!

This is a Bay Waters exclusive! Only Bay Waters Scouts qualify for this prize!

In addition to earning a great patch for inviting a friend to join Scouting, ANY CUB SCOUT, BOY SCOUT, SEA SCOUT OR VENTURER will have a CHANCE to win a Play Station 4 or an iPod Touch!**

Every current Scout who invites a friend and gets them to sign up for Scouts will be put into a drawing that will take place at the District Roundtable on January 9th, 2014. “Bring-A-Buddy” forms are available from your unit leader or on the District page and must be used to qualify for the Play Station 4! To qualify, the unit leader must fill out the form, ATTACH IT TO THE NEW SCOUT’S YOUTH APPLICATION, and turn in the new scout’s application (with the registration fee) NO LATER THAN DECEMBER 31st, 2013. The form will then be put into the drawing which will take place on January 9th, 2014. Get two friends to join, win two chances…get three friends to join win three chances! The winner DOES NOT have to be present to win.

**VERY IMPORTANT…If the District REACHES ITS MEMBERSHIP GOAL for 2013, (1850 Scouts) the drawing will be for a Play Station 4, if the District DOES NOT reach its 2013 goal, there WILL be a drawing for an iPod Touch (still a GREAT prize)! Currently, there are 1729 registered Scouts in bay Waters…

are there 100 Scouts willing to accept this challenge?

Bring a Buddy…win a Play Station 4! (or an iPod Touch!)

Parents…YOU can help! Do you know families with boys who aren’t a part of our program?
Of course you do!
Talk to them…share your experiences…and invite them along to join the fun!


Questions? Contact Bret Miller, District Executive: 241-8530 / bmiller@bsamail.org

In Another Galaxy at the Strong Museum

Posted on Oct 27 2013 - 3:22pm

Troop 113 will assist at the upcoming "In Another Galaxy" weekend at the Strong Museum.

Click here for a preview, and see the Troop Calendar for details.

October 2013 Adirondacks Trip photo.

Posted on Oct 15 2013 - 1:07pm

Troop and Pack 113 In the News

Posted on Oct 8 2013 - 8:13am

The Democrat and Chronicle published an article about Troop 113's and Pack 113's trail work at the Kiwanis Field House this past Saturday.

Here's the article.