Adult Leadership

Each troop has an adult leader, the Scoutmaster, who is a volunteer registered with the Boy Scouts of America and trained. The Scoutmaster is responsible for helping the scouts with their planning of the year's program so the scouts are given adequate Opportunity to advance in rank and complete merit badges.  

Assistant Scoutmasters
A troop will be successful if there are also Assistant Scoutmasters to support the Scoutmaster. The adult leaders should only do those things that the scouts can not do themselves - driving, for example. The boys should be allowed to lead their own troop with only minimal guidance as needed, depending on the maturity and abilities of the scout leaders.  

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Treasurer Jeff Betts 
Committee Chair Doug Fulton 
Chartered Org. Rep Jeff Hansen 
Website Mike Rogalski 
Court of Honor Coordinator Maureen Miller 
Camping Jeff Mankowski 
Scoutmaster Nat Shea 
Assistant Scoutmasters Mike Rogalski, Jeff Mankowski 
Merit Badge Counselor Kelly Kirsch 
Advancement Beth Clinton 
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