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Join us at a Troop meeting, 1st-3rd Tuesdays, 7:00-8:30 pm

 Come check out Troop 281 - we typically meet the first 3 Tuesdays of the month at Christ the King Lutheran Church, 7:00-8:30 pm, during the summer. Contact us to confirm the location and meeting as they sometimes change.

Cub Scouts, Webelos, boys interested in Boy Scouts and their families are invited.

Contact Teri Peterson: terson62@gmail.com or 916-204-9053 for more information.

 

A message from the Scoutmaster

Posted on Jul 16 2017 - 10:34pm

Hello Troop 281 Scouts and Families,  

Home from Backpacking in the Sierra!  Scouts we will be happy to share our experiences about our Adventure at our next meeting!  Here is a clue... it involved: hiking, snow, mountains and FUN!

Boards of Review

Posted on May 3 2017 - 9:09am
  • A Scout officially earns his rank when he successfully completes his Board of Review (“BOR”).
  • BOR’s are arranged by the Advancement Chair, typically the night of the 1st monthly Troop meeting
  • Scouts, PLEASE request your BOR 5 days or more before it's scheduled!
  • Troop BOR’s are comprised of 3-6 Troop Committee members. Members of the Scout’s family, the SM and ASM’s may not serve on a Scout’s BOR.

“Scout” is the only rank for which there is NO Board of Review.

Be a Merit Badge Counselor!

Posted on Oct 2 2016 - 6:52pm


The Merit Badge Counselor is a key player in the Boy Scout advancement program. Whatever your area of expertise or interest—whether it is a special craft or hobby (basketry, leatherwork, coin collecting), a profession (veterinary medicine, aviation, engineering), or perhaps a life skill (cooking, personal management, communications)—as a Merit Badge Counselor, you can play a vital role in stirring a young man's curiosity about that particular topic. By serving as a Merit Badge Counselor, you offer your time, knowledge, and other resources so that Scouts can explore a topic of interest.

On the Path to Eagle - Organization

Posted on Jan 23 2016 - 5:02pm

When being organized just doesn’t come naturally…

BSA Troop 281

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