Parent Participation

We are a 100% volunteer run organization, which means that we cannot make scouting happen without parental/guardian/family member involvement. Generally, we need parent volunteers in two areas: scouting and auxiliary.


Scouting volunteers take on a leadership role and engage directly with the children, so background checks are required. Also, consider becoming a Rover Scout and receive training. Scouting is super rewarding and a great example for your kids to see you scout alongside them.

Auxiliary volunteers assist with all things required to keep the group running. Positions include:


  • Answers email from interested parties

  • Enter members into national database

  • Ensure that scouting volunteers have filled out background checks


  • Create posts and events on private Facebook page

  • Create event invitations on Evite


  • Assist in scheduling and booking community service events and campouts

  • Assist in booking library rooms when needed for meetups



  • Maintain patch inventory

  • Place orders with national for needed items, such as uniforms



  • Coordinate campout daily schedule with section leaders

  • Plan and/or delegate meal plans for camp

  • Buy and/or delegate food purchase

  • Deliver and/or delegate delivery of equipment

  • Help facilitate the execution of the meal plan at camp



  • Keep track of payments

  • Reimburse leaders


  • Help setup/cleanup for meetups and other events

Please Contact Us for more information.


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Scouts Law

  • A Scout’s honor is to be trusted.

  • A Scout is loyal.

  • A Scout’s duty is to be useful and to help others.

  • A Scout is a friend to all, and a brother/sister to every other Scout, no matter to what country, class, or creed the other may belong.

  • A Scout is courteous.

  • A Scout is a friend to animals.

  • A Scout obeys orders.

  • A Scout smiles and whistles under all difficulties.

  • A Scout is thrifty.

  • A Scout is clean in thought, word and deed.

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