Boy Scouts of America - Troop 165
During the COVID-19 Pandemic, Troop 165 is meeting virtually with ZOOM. Contact if you need connection information. 


Camping, hiking, archery/shooting sports, backpacking, sailing, climbing, canoeing, white water, service to your community, and so  much more. You can do it all! 

Troop 165 values solid training, learning by doing, and supporting scouts in their personal growth and rank advancement. We have many many Eagle Scouts, and a flexible approach to helps your scout participate in sports, band and other activities as well. 

Troop 165 Agenda

Why You Should Join Scouting?

Scouts become a part of a team of their peers in a patrol. In the patrol they learn to work together and practice leadership. Scouts BSA is a youth led organization. The scouts are actively involved in the functions of a troop, including the planning and organization of trips, food planning and preparation, and making sure they have the needed equipment and gear. Scouting develops friendships, social skills, and confidence.
While much of scouting is done outdoors, the skills learned will help scouts be more self reliant and resourceful in other aspects of life as well.

*Statistics show a continually increasing number of Eagle Scouts that are emerging from Troop 165


New Eagle Scouts!
None, get working scouts!

New parents, please download our Parent Guide here. 
(Note this is dated and in the process of being revised). 

*Must be signed into troop email to access* 

Sign up HERE for your Cyber Chip presentation at a troop meeting

For a list of the available merit badge books owned by the troop look HERE, if you would like to check out a book, email the troop librarian.

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