Troop 14 History
The history of Troop 14 can be traced back to it’s charter date of February, 1994. Troop 14 was established by two former Eagle Scouts who wanted to create a more traditional scouting experience that wasn’t currently being offered in Bellingham. The Troop was chartered due to the efforts of the Consoletti, Jackson, George, Laferrierre, Verna and Barry families. The Troop 14 designation came from combining Lee Consoletti’s Boy Scout Troop in Milford, Troop 2 and with Buddy Jackson’s Boy Scout Troop in Framingham, Troop 12.
Troop 14’s initial Charter Organization was the Stall Brook PTO, and has been ever since.
The founding families of Troop 14 were committed to promoting and instilling into the boys of Troop 14 with the ideals of the Boy Scouts of America. These goals were met by providing the boys with monthly camping trips, hiking, and other outdoor activity.
The first camping trip Troop 14 undertook was to Milton, Mass. Troop 14 has participated in hundreds of trips since that first trip and the dedicated Scouters and Scouts of Troop 14 carry on that proud tradition the founding families established in 1994.
Troop 14’s Charter Organization
Every Boy Scout Troop, Venture Team and Cub Scout Pack is required to have a Charter Organization. Troop 14 has been fortunate to have the Stall Brook PTO serve as its Charter Organization since 1994.