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Welcome to Troop 616's web site

We have put together this information to help you get acquainted with Troop 616. Our troop offers monthly adventures such as camping, backpacking, snowboarding, canoeing, white water rafting, cycling, fishing, rock climbing and shooting model rockets. Troop 616 also provides bi-monthly meetings filled with hands-on activities, games and planning for upcoming weekend activities. By participating in the weekend activities and Troop meetings, Scouts have fun, create lasting friendships, and learn important skills. Scouts learn skills that range from cooking at a campout, to using a compass, to learning first aid techniques. Specific skills are described in your Boy Scout Handbook. Scouts are recognized for their achievements by advancing to higher level ranks, earning merit badges, and dozens have reached the prestigious rank of Eagle Scout.

Scout-o-Rama

Posted on Apr 17 2014 - 9:59am

Saturday May 10, 2014 at Irvine  Oak Canyon

All scouts must attend.

Oak Canyon Ranch

5305 E Santiago Canyon Silverado, California  92676

2014 Camporee Results

Posted on Apr 7 2014 - 1:38pm

Congratualations to all 4 Patrols for this past weekend at Camporee:  X, Phantoms, Highwaymen, and Wolf as each earned the Big Bear patch and 2014 rocker.

2014 Camporee Information

Posted on Apr 2 2014 - 2:54pm

Scouts & Parents,

For those needing more information on Camporee & its schedule please see attached booklet.  Scouts should be familiar with contents & specifics as these are the guidelines for the weekend.

Lost Jacket at Troop mtg

Posted on Apr 2 2014 - 7:23am

 

 

Left At Troop mtg Tuesday Apri 1, see attached

 

 

Knott's Railroading Merit Badge Day April 12

Posted on Mar 23 2014 - 3:52pm

See Calendar on April 12 for details.  Choo choo!

First Time Backpacker Trip, April 26 - 27

Posted on Mar 20 2014 - 11:28am

Event registration is now open.  This will be about 5.1 miles round trip, 2.1 miles to the campground, and 3 miles back out to the vehicles on a different trail.  The elevation change will be 1080' (total loss/gain).  At Hoegee's Camp we will practice backpacking skills such as map and compass, etc.  Scouts and adults in all levels of backpacking are welcome to join.   Please contact Jon Pendleton (949) 981-0405, jonpendleton@iusd.org for more information.

BSA Troop # 616

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