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Vision Statement

We as Troop 84 see ourselves in the future driving attendance and therefore advancement by organizing and clearly communicating fun events and activities including service projects.

COVID-19 Camping Protocol

The leaders of Troop 84 are committed to bring the entire scouting program to each youth member. As one of the 8 methods of scouting, a robust outdoor program is vital to a complete scouting experience. A love of the outdoors and the values of scouting drive us to provide a safe environment. With COVID-19 now in our lives forever, nothing has changed in that commitment to our scouts. Presently the state health restrictions are beginning to ease and we are dedicated to implementing all the current health orders, guidelines, and recommendations from federal, state, and local authorities.

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February Court of Honor - In-person at the Church

Please join us for the February Court of Honor where we will recognize Scouts who have earned their merit badges, ranks, awards, and achievements.

The Court of Honor will be held in-person, in the sanctuary of the church, so we kindly ask that attendance is limited to the scout and only 2 guests/scout. 

Please register on the event so that we know you will be in attendance: 

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Adult Training Opportunities

As Pete Carmona mentioned in his newsletter, spring training for adults IS ON! Every scout deserves a trained leader.  The training opportunities not only will help you to lead our scouts but also are a way to engage in self-development. See the information below on Scoutmaster Position-Specific Training, Woodbadge Leadership Training, and Wilderness First Aid.

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2020 Popcorn - Online store for each scout

Popcorn by mail

The new school year coincides with the biggest fundraiser for our Troop. This year the Popcorn fundraiser is completely different from last year - with support for social distancing measures.

In this article you will find details about this 2020 popcorn fundraiser: dates, online store, how to set goals and reach them.

Cycling Meeting

On Monday, July 6th, Troop 84 took a 10 mile cycling ride together. It was a blast and everyone had a great deal of fun. A lot of the troop showed up for this event. Before the meeting took place, everyone had to check their bikes at home. Social Distancing policies were executed very nicely and it was a fun and organized first outdoor meeting. This bike ride completed one of the requirements from Cycling merit badge. There are some scouts who are planning on finishing the badge as well! All in all, it was a great meeting to have.

Summer Camp

Sun. 07/12/20 (All day) to Sat. 07/18/20 (All day)
Geneva Hills

The results are in and we have a sufficient amount of interest to schedule a long-term summer camping program. The leaders of Troop 84 will plan and staff a program at Geneva Hills campground. We can offer the following merit badges but will need enough interest from scouts: