Our troop believes strongly in the value of a scout-lead program. A Senior Patrol Leader and Assistant Senior Patrol Leader(s) head the Leadership Corp of the troop. Patrol Leaders and Assistant Patrol Leaders take on the command and leadership of the Patrols themselves. Other scouts also assume various important leadership roles, such as Historian, Scribe, Chaplain’s Aide, and Quartermaster.

The leadership corps is guided and assisted currently by our Scoutmaster, Mrs. Mia Millman, and our Assistant Scoutmasters Mr. Patrick Garrett, Mr. Allen Millman, and Mr. Richard Costigan, III.

The Troop Committee, headed by Mr. Matt Lewis, oversees the business end of the Troop, helping to ensure a successful program.

We are now recruiting for a girls troop, which Mrs. Millman will head up as a scoutmaster. Initially at least the girls troop can use the already in place committee, and can with Restrictions and some Planning, camp at the same places on the same weekends as the boys troop. Hopefully the girls will choose different activities (the places we go have LOTS to choose from usually), but that’s not a deal breaker either.

Why should YOU volunteer? Your son or daughter will learn incredibly important life lessons and experience while undertaking these roles in the troop. I can almost guarantee that their teachers will eventually comment on the fact that they know how to accomplish goals, organize things, and execute long range planning. As a volunteer leader in the troop you will have access to both online and in person training to support you in your role to support and teach them. You will likely discover that we are teaching them things that no one at school does, and it’s not just how to tie a knot!