Troop 322 Commack, NY

" The spirit is there in every 
 boy; it has to be discovered 
            and brought to light"

        - Sir Robert Baden Powell

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Reply Phil Levine - SM T931 Oviedo FL
1:12 AM on April 28, 2011 
So when am I going to be able to talk Troop 322 into coming to camp at Camp La-No-Che in Central Florida? How about a week of Winter Camp out of the snowy cold LI weather next winter?
By the way... Fred Savitz is the Troop 931 Committee Chair... Think of us as the "Southern Version of Troop 322"
Reply Fred Savitz
5:38 PM on December 30, 2010 
I'm happy to see Troop 322 up and running. I am sorry I can't be their to help with the troop.
Good luck,
All my best,
Fred Savitz
Eagle Scout
troop 322, 13 July, 1981
Reply Phil Levine
8:49 PM on June 25, 2010 
I am happy to find that BSA Troop 322 is still there and that Frank's son is thye Scoutmaster. Some of my best memories were belonging to Troop 322 when it first started. Sid Salinger was the Scoutmaster, Frank Colavito was the Assistant Scoutmaster, and Fred Savitz, Joel Salinger and I were Junior Assistant Scoutmasters. I believe Rob Salinger was the SPL. This goes back to the late 70's - early 80's. Most of the guys remember when I borrowed and drove a school bus to take us to a camping trip in upstate New York... Others would remember when I used to ride my motorcycle to the camping trips.
Keep it going, 322! You have a long and proud history.....
Reply John Sasso
11:09 AM on May 21, 2010 
I am the flotilla commander (chapter president) of the Ft. Salonga flotilla for the US Coast Guard Auxiliary. About 1 year ago the Auxiliary and BSA announced a joint memorandum of cooperation. There are 7 flotillas on the north central shore of LI. Ours is the only one with a marching/concert band. Members must be at least 17 years old and pass a background check. We are part of Homeland Security and are all volunteers. I would like to schedule a convenient time where we can make a presentation at your nex troop meeting. I can be reached at 631-617-1412 (cell). Looking forward to hearing from you.