About 376

Troop 376 has been a long-time part of the Liberty, Missouri community. We are fortunate to have the support and Charter through the Liberty United Methodist Church. (For more information about United Methodist Church, please go to their web site.)

The Troop conducts monthly campouts (come rain or shine), attends H.Roe Bartle Scout Reservation each summer, regularly fields high-adventure trips - plus are active in the Liberty and surrounding community through fund raising, volunteer work and Eagle projects. We hold weekly Troop meetings and monthly leader Committee meetings.

Troop 376 is unique in several ways. First, we are one of the few Troops in the nation to actively participate in both Mic-O-Say and the Order of the Arrow. Troop 376 scouts and leaders hold various positions in each of these special, extracurricular Scouting organizations. Second, we are charted and organized as a 'Scout Led' Troop. Meaning boy leaders, with the guidance of the Scout Master, plan, organize and conduct all Troop activities. This structure provides a unique opportunity for boys to develop leadership and organizational skills not always available via Scouting or other extracurricular activities.

Last, and most importantly, Troop 376 regularly graduates a number of Eagle Scouts - the highest ranking in Scouting. Reaching Eagle is a great accomplishment. We are product of our Eagle Scouts and strive to push as many boys and young adults to this goal as possible.

If you are new to Scouting, a Cub Scout or just interesting in learning more about Troop 376, we invite you to attend one of our meetings. Go to the meetings web page for more information.

Troop 376 Bylaws
To view a copy of the Troop 376 Bylaws, click on the below pdf file. Efforts are underway to update the current Troop bylaws. Please attend committee meetings to offer input and get involved with the process.  
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Chad Giddings,
Mar 10, 2013, 10:35 AM