Welcome!

The Boy Scouts of America is one of the nation’s largest and most prominent values-based youth development organizations, providing programs for young people that build character, trains them in the responsibilities of participating citizenship, and develops personal fitness.

For more than 100 years, Boy Scouts of America has helped build future leaders by combining educational activities and lifelong values with fun.

Boy Scout Troop 911 is an active, fun and "right-sized" troop where all members are valued and opportunity awaits!

We invite you to explore our site and if you would like to learn more, contact our troop leadership or visit one of our meetings!

Heads Up! What's Up!
Our troop's monthly newsletter, "Heads Up! What's Up!" is now available on our website!  Read the current month's newsletter and archives here:  Head's Up! What's Up!  
Fall Back into Scouting!

Fall is the perfect time for camping and other outdoor activities, as well as STEM and other specialized programs!  Check out the Scoutbook Calendar for troop, district, and council-level events!

Complete and submit your Annual Health & Medical Form- Parts A, B & C (physical required) to troop leadership to stay current for camps and all other activities!

Family Scouting Begins in February 2019!

 Beginning February 2019, Boy Scouts of America will welcome girl troops into its Scout ranks.

 For more information, visit the BSA's Family Scouting site.


How does this impact Troop 911?
  • The Troop 911 Committee has expressed interest in forming a girl troop.
  • A girl troop would require at least 3-4 female/male adult leaders to function, as well as at least 5 girls ages 11-17 (or grades 6-12) to join and form a troop.
  • Complete this interest survey to notify troop leadership you are interested in joining as an adult leader or youth scout!
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