Scouts learn by doing. We want to foster leadership, self-sufficiency, and confidence in each scout. These articles are useful for parents new to scouting, or crossing over from cub scouts: What I Wish Every Scout Parent Understood – Scoutmaster CG blog by Clarke Green What’s the difference between Cub Scouts and Scouts BSA? – BryanOnScouting […]
The troop meets weekly on Monday evenings from 7:00-8:30pm at Ellettsville First United Methodist Church, 803 W Temperance St, Ellettsville, IN 47429.
Scouts BSA patrol and troop meetings are youth-led, but we have many opportunities for parents and guardians to be involved as support for the scouts: Troop Committee – The troop committee is responsible for conducting the business of the troop, setting policy, and helping the Scoutmaster and Scouts with the outdoor program and other planned […]
The Patrol Leaders’ Council made up of the senior patrol leader, who presides over the meetings, the assistant senior patrol leader, all patrol leaders, and the troop guide.
The senior patrol leader who is elected by the scouts. For more information, visit TroopLeader.org.
A scout patrol is a small team of normally six to eight Scouts where they learn skills together, share responsibilities and take on leadership roles. Scout troops are patrol-centered. For more information, visit the Patrol Leader page.
Scouts BSA troops meet once each week at their troop meeting on Monday evenings from 7:00-8:30pm. The troop will also occasionally hold special activities, such as a service project or outdoor experience, in place of one of the weekly meetings or in addition to the weekly meetings.