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Troop 1382 for Boys or Troop 1841 for girls

Youth can join Scouts BSA if they are at least 10 years old, currently in the fifth grade and register on or after March 1st; OR have earned the Arrow of Light Award and are at least 10 years old, OR are age 11 but have not reached age 18. The youth experience a vigorous outdoor program and peer group leadership with the counsel of an adult Scoutmaster to achieve the BSA's objectives of developing character, citizenship, and personal fitness. Camping, fun with friends -- and more. It’s the adventure of a lifetime.

Give your scout a valuable gift by encouraging him to join Scouts BSA today. The time you invest in them today will make a difference in the person they become tomorrow.

We meet weekly on Wednesdays at the St. Priscilla Church on 19120 Purlingbrook Road (by 7 Mile), Livonia Mi, 48152 at 7pm.

For information contact us here Troop 1382 or here for Troop 1841, Facebook for T1841

Dear Parent,

Our hope is you will see the benefits of joining a Troop because we believe in this program. Help your young adult along in the next journey by being with them, helping them, and work with them. We have had some great experiences in Scouts and had adventures you would have never experienced without the scout program. Scouts BSA program offers more adventures, more new experiences, and the beginning of a leadership journey. Scouting is a journey to try new things and new ways to do things. Scouting is a chance to lead in a safe scouting environment, to learn from the older scouts, and to grow in the values of the scout law and motto. What an amazing program with benefits that will last a lifetime. We have seen the results that Scouting has on our scouts.

The Troop have very passionate volunteer leaders who want to help with the journey by:

  • Working with the scout and parents

  • Providing a safe and encouraging place for scouts to learn and grow

  • Understanding that you are busy and we are flexible

  • Leaders that enjoy attending activities and camp every month

  • Wanting to make a positive difference to the scouts and help them discover what they’re made of

So what makes the Troop unique? We have scouts that are on the honor roll and busy with homework, scouts that play sports, scouts that are involved in band or orchestra, and other after school activities. We understand that you and your scout can’t make every meeting and that is ok. The Troop leaders guide the Troop, but the Troop is ran by the older scouts. WE can discuss fees for new scouts and there is no cost to transfer to a Troop if you rechartered with a unit in the current year. We encourage all to go to summer camp because it is a lot of fun!

It is our hope to introduce you or keep you and your scout in the scouting movement. This is a important chapter in your kids life and is the time when they will grow into the next leaders of tomorrow. Scouting provides these leadership opportunities. Join us in your scout’s next journey, volunteer with us, and watch them grow.


Rich Ryan