The Boy Scout program is designed to develop youths who have a high degree of self-reliance, initiative, courage, helpfulness, integrity, and resourcefulness. Boy Scouts should be helpful; understand their society, heritage, and culture; have respect for the rights of others; and be positive leader-citizens.
The troop is the fundamental unit of the Boy Scouts. This is the group a Scout joins and via which he participates in Scouting activities, such as camping, backpacking, and canoeing. The troop leadership, youth and adult, organizes and provides support for these activities.
Boy Scouting is available to boys between 11 and 17 years old.
Mulberry Merit Badge Day is Feb 10
Oak Mountain Campout is Feb 23-25