Troop 1104 - Clifton, VA
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Boy Scout Troop 1104 (Clifton, Virginia) would like to extend an invitation to you and your son to learn more about scouting and what our local troop has to offer. There are opportunities in scouting to learn skills, gain experience, build character, make friends and have fun. Some boys, who have not been a part of Cub Scouts, are unaware of all that is available through the Boy Scouts. If your son has completed the fifth grade or is at least 11 years old (and not yet 18) we would like to invite him to come to one of our meetings and learn about the Boy Scouts and Troop 1104. We meet at the Clifton Presbyterian Church (chartering organization) in Clifton, Va.

Please click here to email the Scoutmaster for additional information.

Eagle Project at the Fairfax Station Railroad Museum

Troop 1104 is a boy-led, service focused Troop including:
  • Highest number of Eagle Scout graduates within near vicinity - 153 and counting!
  • Fundraising – Troop runs a booth at Clifton Day so less cost for parents with easy, minimal effort
  • Eagle Scout and other merit badges are offered during regular weekly meetings
  • Meetings located in historic Town of Clifton
  • Best canoe program in the area - Troop 1104 has its own fleet of canoes!
  • 15 Scouts – perfect size for real comradery
  • Scouts represent many different schools such as Robinson Secondary, Fairview Elementary, Union Mill Elementary, Oak View Elementary and Willow Springs Elementary

Old Rag Hike

2019/2020 Achievements
  • Congratulations to our 2021 Eagle Scouts: Well done Joseph and Ryan!
  • What a fantastic spring. The campouts were great, so many awards at Court of Honor and the Pool Party was a perfect finish to the school year!
  • Looking forward to a great week at Goshen Scout Camp!

Scouting Resources

Citizenship in the Community

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