Scouting

Boy Scouts

Boys (grades 5-12) develop character, faith, and leadership skills, with particular emphasis on outdoor programs.   To contact Boy Scout Troop 174, visit: http://www.charlotte174.mytroop.us/.

Adults serve as a Boy Scout leaders, Merit Badge instructors or speaker on one of many badges related to arts, sciences, outdoor skills, careers, government, and many other topics.  Email Tom Gauch.


Cub Scouts for Boys and Girls (grades K-5)

Ready for some outdoor fun?  Camping? Meeting new friends?  Exploring?  Come be part of Cub Scouts.  All GIRLS and BOYS Kindergarten - 5th grade are invited to join Pack 174 that meets at St. Gabriel School. Adults are needed to serve as Cub Scout leaders. The pack meets on the first Tuesday of every month in the St. Gabriel School cafeteria. Dens typically meet on Sunday afternoons in the Scout Room at the school. 

Visit the Cub Scout table at St Gabriel School on Thursday, August 30, 2018 from 7:00 to 8:00 pm to get your questions answered and register.

The first PACK meeting for all scouts (current and new) will be on Tuesday, September 4 at 6:00 PM in the St. Gabriel’s School cafeteria.  

Questions?  Email Erin Janezic or Carolyn McGrath.


Girl Scouts (ages 5-18)

Girl Scout Recruitment Day is Sunday, September 9, 2018 at 9:00 am in the school cafeteria Parents and girls ages 5-18 are invited to come learn about joining a troop, earning religious awards, and forming a troop.  Childcare will be provided for younger siblings.

Questions?  Email Ilona Silva.

  • As a volunteer Girl Scout leader, you have the opportunity to work with girls ages 5-18. The different age levels of Girl Scouts are as follows: Daisy Troop K-1st grade, Brownie Troop 2nd-3rd grade, Junior Troop 4-5th grade, Cadette Troop 6-8th, Senior 9-10th and Ambassador Troop 11-12th grade. Email Ilona Silva.
     
  • Girl Scout Purpose: The Girl Scout Ministry is to oversee, develop, implement and evaluate religious recognition programs and Girl Scout training opportunities for our Girl Scout leaders. In addition, the Girl Scout Ministry is to provide an opportunity for Girl Scout leaders to get together and share resources in order to learn from one another, as well as, provide partnerships with other troops and ministries to work on service projects, program activies, etc. to name a few. This will enable the leaders to effectively serve their troop and faith-based community.
     
  • Girl Scout Mission: To uphold the Girl Scout Promise and Law in our Catholic faith community by promoting programs and spiritual development for our young girls to build the courage, confidence and character needed to make the world a better place.
 

Volunteering Policies:
Safe Environment

All volunteers who work with children, young people or vulnerable adults must complete "Protecting God's Children" training, authorize a background check, and complete several forms.  Find details here.

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