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The objective of the Scouting program is to provide for young men an effective program designed to build desirable qualities of character, to train them in the responsibilities of participating citizenship, and to develop in them personal fitness. This involves developing a high degree of self-reliance, a sense of responsibility, and a keen respect for the basic rights of others, the desire and skills to help others, leadership skills, and a desire to be a good citizen of our community and Nation, as well as physical, mental, and emotional fitness.

A number of methods are used to achieve this objective. Scouts strive to live according to the principles of the Scout Oath, Law, Slogan, Motto, and the Outdoor Code (Scout Spirit). The structure of the Troop and the nature of its activities provide many opportunities for Scouts to develop leadership skills and to help others. The advancement program provides opportunities to gain new knowledge and skills. The objectives of Scouting are achieved in a program that is fun for the Scouts.

Four Aims of Scouting​

  • Character Development
  • Citizenship Training
  • Mental and Physical Fitness
  • Community Involvement

Methods of Scouting​

  • The Ideals
  • The Patrol Method
  • The Outdoors
  • Advancement
  • Association With Adults
  • Personal Growth
  • Leadership Development
  • The Uniform

Activity Themes​​

  • Camping
  • Cooking
  • Hiking
  • Backpacking
  • Canoeing
  • Physical Fitness
  • High Adventure Training

OMG ... Only this much time until Philmont!


Let the adventure begin!