About Troop 100

Formed in 1941, Troop 100 is a large troop with over 60 active Boy Scouts. Usually the boys and adult leaders head off into the great outdoors once a month to hike, camp, or attend a boy scout function at a local Boy Scout Camp. Summers typically find the boys heading to camp for a week to have fun and learn while earning more merit badges. They also have the opportunity to go on an extended trip or hike.

Troop Meetings

The Troop meets each Thursday evening from 7:15 - 8:30 p.m. at Trinity United Methodist Church (TUMC), at the comer of NW 65th Street and 23rd Avenue NW, during the school year. The Senior Patrol is responsible for planning meetings and establishes a schedule of meetings. Usually, one Thursday meeting is (replaced by) an evening trip/activity known as "Guys Night Out", and usually begins earlier and ends slightly later than the meetings. There are also meetings with advancement or fun themes. Check with the Senior Patrol or Scoutmaster for current details.Normally the Troop will not meet during school breaks, on religious holidays or during the summer, Check the Troop calendar for actual Troop meeting dates for this school year.

Mission Statement

The purpose of Troop and Venturing Crew 100 is to provide a guided and safe adventure as high as the mountains, as deep as the Sound and as wide as the opportunities within. Adults and youth will plan, lead and execute the BSA program at three levels: for young scouts; skilled scouts; and older Scouts and Explorers. Each level will be designed to be exciting and challenging.

Troop 100 in 2015