Welcome To Agoura Hills Troop 127 WebSite !

Boy Scout Troop 127 is chartered to Business and Professional Optimists Club of Conejo Valley. The Troop meets most Monday nights from 7:00 pm until around 8:30 pm at Agoura Bible Fellowship located at 5564 Foothill Drive in Agoura Hills.

Troop 127’s active calendar features up to 25 overnight outings each year. The Troop attends two residential Boy Scout Camps each summer, one of which is Emerald Bay in beautiful Catalina. The Troop also has an active high adventure component, attending one of the country’s three high adventure bases each year on a rotating basis. The Troop’s high adventure program also features backpacking, snow sports, 50-mile canoe trips on the Colorado River, mountain biking, climbing, and shooting sports outings with certified, trained leaders as members of the Troop.

 The Troop program is diverse and the Scouts themselves decide on locations and activities. From snow camping to beach camping, the calendar has something for everyone. Annual national park trips to Yosemite, Sequoia, Death Valley, or Joshua Tree are also part of the annual outing plan. A Tenderfoot Overnighter helps new scouts start off right each May.

The Troop embraces the Patrol method, where Scouts in groups of 8-10 cook their own meals, organize themselves, and coordinate their activities in conjunction with Troop activities. Scouts in our Troop have the opportunity to develop leadership skills through the Troop’s boy-led activities. Scouts in leadership roles meet monthly to plan and carry out the yearly Troop calendar. Once planned, the whole Troop participates in organizing the event and making it a success.

The Troop prides itself on developing Scouts who are highly adept at Scout Skills, such as knot tying, orienteering, and first aid. Each Scout’s trail to Eagle Scout is more about the journey than the destination. Scouts in Troop 127 grow memories that last a lifetime, as the program helps youth develop into responsible, independent young men.

If you are interested in learning more about Troop 127, click here to email our Troop Committee Chair, Kathy Patton, for more information, or please go to our Contact Us page.

If you have any suggestions or updates, please forward them to the Troop

IMPORTANT - September 2014 Troop Scoop is now available on website

Posted by hbsiegel on Sep 3 2014 - 7:22pm

Hi Scouts and Scouters

The September 2014 Troop Scoop is now available on Troop website at:  

 Packed full of information on upcoming outings and scout meetings.

 Thanks to our editor Michael Sheets for his continued service as troop editor. 

USS MIdway Overnight & Aviation Merit Badge

Posted by tpgaul on Aug 30 2014 - 10:16am

Spend a night aboard a legendary aircraft carrier on which 200,000 American sailors served!  This is one of Troop 127’s favorite trips!  Don’t miss the fun!  Tours of the ship, including the bridge, real aircraft, and more!  Earn the Aviation Merit Badge on a real aircraft carrier!  Everyone should go on this super fun adventure.

Personal Fitness Merit Badge workout will be 8am, Sept 6th at the Agoura High School track

Posted by hbsiegel on Aug 29 2014 - 12:29pm

Hi Troop families,

The next Personal Fitness Merit Badge workout will be 8am, Sept 6th  at the Agoura High School track (we will meet near the scoreboard).  If you did not make any previous sessions, that is OK.    It is never too late to get started!

SAVE THE DATE: Reyes Adobe Days -- October 11 & 12, 2014

Posted by hbsiegel on Aug 20 2014 - 9:39pm

The City of Agoura Hills is sponsoring its 10th annual “Reyes Adobe Days” to celebrate the history of our Adobe.  The event takes place October 11 and 12 at Reyes Adobe Park in Agoura Hills.  There will be entertainment, an art gallery (featuring local artists), food, and hands-on activities for children such as roping, brick making, and art projects.  Due to our Troop’s invaluable help and support of this event since it first started, our Scouts are once again being asked to volunteer.

Garret Burns Eagle Project in the Acorn

Posted by JulianCutler on Aug 11 2014 - 6:15pm

Our troops Garrett's Burn's eagle project made it into The Acorn! One of the docents from Malibu Creek interviewed him and did a little write up.  Feel free to share the link below if you like.



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