Troop 101 Alumni Association

Alumni Association

Our Alumni Association is growing stronger every year.
In 2017, we raised over $250,000 to construct an equipment building on the grounds at Blessed Sacrament Parish.

Our Vision/Purpose:

The Alumni Association's purpose is to maintain ties with Troop 101 Alumni and continue being the Troop's Historian preserving the rich tradition of being a top quality scouting program for the youth of our community through education and financial support.

Our Mission:

Maintain and continue to document the history of Troop 101

Serve as Troop 101's communication line to all alumni

Support the troop in its acquisition of the necessary equipment to operate the scouting program at its highest level and in a safe manner

Continue the legacy of teaching and instilling the scouting skills to our youth for generations

Scouting Helps Build

Leadership Skills, Family Values, Commitment, Self Confidence, Career Experiences, Friendships, Opportunities

Be sure to check out the National Alumni

BSA National Alumni

Alumni Board of Directors

The Troop Alumni Association is overseen by a Board of Directors. They include:

  • Ken LaPolla - President
  • Jason Paisley - Scoutmaster
  • Charles James - Troop Committee Chairman
  • Brandie Wagner - Director at Large
  • Tammy Price - Director at Large
  • Matt McCracken - Web/IT, Newsletter
  • Carmine DelliQuadri - Director at Large
  • Alex Stirling - Director at Large
  • Jeff Faulk - Director at Large
  • Max Hoover - Director at Large
  • Chris Stringham - Director at Large

Other key positions are appointed as needed and help is always most welcome!

We want you to join today!

There is no cost to become an Alumni member. Just click the register link at the top of the page.
You'll get access to some private Alumni features, as well as reminders for things like:

  • The Alumni Quarterly Newsletter
  • The Spaghetti Dinner & Popcorn Fundraiser
  • Family Camp
  • Our Alumni Holiday Gathering
  • Reunions

You can also find us on Facebook, both the Troop and Alumni association have pages you can like


Running a quality organization not only takes a serious dedication of many men and women as leaders and committee members but also a strong financial support network.

Troop 101 has been very fortunate in the many resources that it has been able to assemble in order to run a quality program. It is, however, always a financial challenge to keep up with the ever increasing costs associated with the program.

To make a tax deductible donation, The Troop 101 Alumni Association Inc. is a 501C (3) public charity and is registered with the IRS under ID# 34-1880579.

Contributions should be made payable to Troop 101 Alumni Association, Inc. and sent to Troop 101 Alumni Association, 3002 Reeves RD NE; Warren OH, 44483.

For automatic payroll deductions, electronic transfers or direct deposit arrangements please e-mail

  • Winter Event in January
  • Week long BSA Summer Camp Programs
  • 9 Monthly weekend camping trips
  • Canoeing and Sailing Adventures
  • Backpacking & Hiking Trips
  • Annual Family Camp Weekend
  • High Adventure trips rotating yearly
    • 10-Day Base Camp Algonquin Park, Canada
    • 184 Mile Bike Trip along the C&O Canal Trail
    • Philmont

  • 50 years of Scouting Tradition
  • Over 170 Eagle Scouts
  • Over 18,000 hours of Community Service
  • Scouting Activities Every Month
  • Honor Guard Team
  • Annual Community Project on Memorial Day
  • The Troop Maintains all its own Equipment
  • Base and Trail Camping Gear for 85 people
  • 18 Canoes, Paddles, Vests & Trailers
  • Gear & Equipment Transport Trailers
  • Annual Fund Raisers
    • Palm Sunday Spaghetti Dinner
    • Fall Popcorn Sale

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    Fast Facts

Charitable Giving

If you're looking for that charatable tax deduction, consider Troop 101.

Ways you can make a charitable donation in the name of Troop 101:

  • Cash Gift
  • Giving Appreciated Property
  • Giving and retaining income for life
  • Giving unneeded life insurance
  • Memorial Gifts
  • Wise Tax Planning

100% of your donation will go directly to Troop 101

Join the 101 Club

Being part of the 101 Club is a way to become more involved and help with the growing costs of supporting the Troop 101 Scouting program. This includes maintaining and insuring the Troop equipment required to run the quality program you've come to expect from Troop 101.

To show you're a member of the 101 Club, everyone that joins will receive a special patch to commemorate their membership. We will also feature your name in the Alumni Newsletter as a club member, and supporter of what we do.