Scouting

BOY SCOUT TROOP 195

Mission Statement: To promote a spirit of community through a program of shared learning, loving service, and healthy activities. This troop aims to develop within young men character qualities of responsible citizenship, loyal friendship, and moral leadership.

Boy Scout Troop 195 provides a program that includes activities such as camping, cooking, hiking, citizenship, and religion. The activities encourage boys to have fun in the outdoors and help them develop into responsible young men. Troop 195 meets in either Brindle Hall or the Saint Joseph Parish Life and Education Center.

CUB SCOUT PACK 195

Mission Statement: To serve others by helping to instill values in young people and, in other ways, to prepare them to make ethical choices over their lifetime in achieving their full potential.  Cub Scouting helps build self confidence and a sense of belonging in our community.

The program is open to all boys in first through fifth grades. Meeting times vary according to the level of the scouts. The boys participate in a variety of activities such as monthly pack meetings, games, and outdoor adventures.

If you are interested in learning more about our pack or joining us at an event, please contact Cubmaster, Jeff Horne at jah217@hotmail.com.

GIRL SCOUTS

The Girl Scout program is divided into the following categories:

Daisy Girl Scouts – Girls must be five years of age or in kindergarten. The meetings are held weekly, usually after school. The girls sing songs, learn new games, work on crafts, and learn about the other Girl Scout programs.

Brownie Girl Scouts — Girls must be in first through third grades. The meetings are held weekly, usually after school. The girls learn about Girl Scouting, their community, and the world around them. They also work on badges and community service.

Junior Girl Scouts — Girls must be in the fourth through sixth grades. The meetings are held weekly, usually in the early evening hours. The girls work on badges, community service, and their religious awards. They also have programs in camping, cooking, hiking, citizenship, and religion, as well as other scouting events designed to help the girls develop into responsible young women.

Cadettes – Girls must be in the seventh or eighth grades. The meetings are held weekly. The girls work on badges, community service, religious awards, and the Gold and Silver awards. Programs include camping, cooking, sewing, hiking, citizenship, and religion, as well as other scouting activities and events that help girls grow and develop as creative, caring, and competent individuals.