Ten Essentials

These are the items that are necessary for survival that each Scout is required to have with them on all hikes or camping trips. The list can be found in the Scout Handbook. Map and compass Sun protection Rain gear … Read More

Tip Jar

Scouts earn “tips” at the Tree Lot for sawing off the ends of Christmas Trees and tying the trees to tops of cars. The money is in a collective account that the Scouts can spend. The Greenbar determines what the … Read More

Training Coordinator

Duties Include: • Maintain an inventory of up-to-date troop and scout training materials. • Ensure Fast Start training for all new leaders. • Be responsible for ensuring BSA Youth Protection training is obtained by adults working with scouts within the … Read More


Duties Include: • Handle all troop funds and report to the Troop Committee at each meeting. • Pay bills on recommendation of the Scoutmaster and authorization of the troop committee. • Maintain checking and savings accounts. • . • Keep … Read More

Tree Lot

Troop 100’s only fundraiser is selling Christmas Trees in the parking lot of St. Alphonsus Church on the corner of 15th Ave NW and NW 58th St. This fundraiser pays for all of the programs Troop 100 runs throughout the … Read More

Tree Lot Czar

Duties Include: • Coordinate annual fundraising events. • Report to the committee regarding the progress of fundraising efforts. • Encourage Scout and Parent participation in Fundraising activities. • Insure that fundraising projects comply with District and Council Scouting policies and … Read More


An adult parent (“Tripmaster”) is in charge of organizing the outing. On the outing itself ultimate authority rests with the Scoutmaster or his designee, but the SPL and Patrol Leaders run the outing. –From Troop 186 Handbook

Troop Committee

This committee is composed of the Scoutmaster, Assistant Scoutmasters, and registered adult leaders. All interested parents are invited to attend. The Troop Committee is responsible for ensuring that the Troop resources are managed and available to support Troop activities. These … Read More

Troop Guide

To work actively with new Scouts in the Baden-Powell program. The Troop Guides introduce new Scouts to troop operations and help them feel comfortable in the troop. Reports to the Assistant Scoutmaster (ASPL) of the Baden-Powell patrol (New Scout Patrol) … Read More

Troop Quartermaster

The Troop Quartermaster keeps track of troop equipment and assures it is in working order. Reports to: The Assistant Senior Patrol Leader (ASPL) Troop Quartermaster duties• Keep records on patrol and troop equipment. • Keep equipment in good repair. • … Read More

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