About Us

Our Troop offers numerous opportunities for scouts to meet the requirements for advancement.  Each rank in Scouting has defined requirements and expectations.  Boy Scouts requires a commitment of time, some money, and a lot of personal responsibility.  The program is designed to prepare young men for the challenges they will face in the “real world”.  As members of Troop 39, all Scouts must obey the points of the Scout Law and Scout Oath.  A scout must be:

Trustworthy, Loyal, Helpful, Friendly, Courteous, Kind, Obedient, Cheerful, Thrifty, Brave, Clean, and Reverent

In addition, Scouts must do their best to do their duty to God and be examples to others in how they act, conduct themselves, and serve others.  Learning leadership in Scouts is about learning servant leadership.  If you are not willing to commit to these principles, then the Boy Scouts is probably not for you.

It is good to come to several meetings to see if you like the way Troop 39 operates as a troop.  Boy Scouts is a great way to make new friends, challenge yourself, and learn skills that will help you now and in the years to come.