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General Meeting Information

Troop Meetings

Troop meetings are held on the first three Tuesdays of each month September - May, and on the first Tuesday of each month June - August.

What happens at troop meetings?

The scouts sit at their assigned tables according to which patrol they belong to. A scout usually volunteers to lead the other scouts in the Pledge of Allegiance, the scout oath and the scout law. The current senior patrol leader and the assistant patrol leader make announcements. Additionally, various leaders may also make announcements. This is usually followed by fun activities in the gym that help build on the scouting experience along with introducing some fun. Additionally, we plan for upcoming camping and service outings, including camp menu planning; and work on rank advancements.

PLC Meetings

Patrol Leader Council (PLC) Meetings are held on the fourth Tuesday of each month.

What do they do?

The senior patrol leader presides over the patrol leaders’ council meetings.  At these monthly meetings, all elected patrol leaders work in cooperation to plan troop meetings and make arrangements for upcoming troop activities.

Parent Committee Meetings

Parent Committee Meetings are held once a month, generally on a Tuesday evening concurrent with a Troop Meeting.

Who should attend?

Adult Leaders and any interested scouting parents are invited.  At these meetings, parents discuss upcoming scout events, manage troop finances, review rank advancements, and otherwise support the Scoutmaster(s) in delivery of the Scouting program.    

View meeting minutes from recent Parent Committee Meetings.