Boy Scouts

Troop 316 is chartered by Saint Bernard's Church.  The troop is open to boys who have completed fifth grade to age 18. The troop meets most Tuesday nights from 7pm to 8:30pm in the school basement cafeteria. Besides weekly meetings, the scouts are involved in a number of parish activities including being the honor guard for the Holy Thursday procession, helping at the annual Craft Market, doing various service projects. Some of our scouts are altar servers; some are in the 5:30 Mass Choir. Scouting Activities include hiking, camping, service projects (leaf raking, food drives, planting beach grass). Each Memorial Day the scouts plant flags at Veteran's grave sites and they march in the Memorial Day Parade. For more information on becoming a Boy Scout, fill in the form below.

Please contact me with more information about becoming a scout.

 
 

 

 

 

 

"I like seeing the smiles on
the scouts' faces when they
accomplish 
something
they haven't done

before.
We get to mold them
and help them be better
'comuniteers'."
-Jim


 

 

"I like the opportunities scouting
presents to me. It has opened me
to new experiences from camping to
aquatics. These opportunities
prepare me for life in the future."
-- Phil
 
 
 
"I like going camping and
doing activities such as 
the Klondike Derby."
--Eddie