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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

SAVE THE DATE - Justin Siegel's Eagle Project on May 3rd - 4th, MRCA fire division headquarters Calabasas

Posted by hbsiegel on Apr 19 2014 - 4:40pm

My project consists of the creation of an area for flag ceremonies at the Mountains Recreation and Conservation Authority (MRCA) fire division headquarters.  This will consist of installing a 25ft flagpole with nighttime lighting, light landscaping, and building a sign at the entrance of the fire division headquarters. Additional work of striping the existing parking lot will be done also. This flag area will be used by MRCA firefighters and cadets at the fire station.  The address for the MRCA is 1670 Las Virgenes Rd, Calabasas CA 91302.

Woudl be greatful for any assistance you can provide on one of those days.  Hope to see you there.

Justin Siegel 

justtin.siegel4@gmail.com

Skye Braband's Eagle Court of Honor

Posted by SteveBraband on Apr 8 2014 - 11:09pm

Saturday, May 10, 2014      2:45 PM - 5 PM       

Malibou Lake Lawn Area - Bring a Camp/Lawn Chair

April Troop Scoop 2014 Now Available

Posted by hbsiegel on Apr 2 2014 - 11:19pm

April Troop Scoop 2014 now available. Log on and go to Files and access the Troop Scoop folder.

http://www.bsa127.com/system/files/AprilTroopScoop2014a.pdf

 

 

NEW PHOTOS OF THE TRIP AT CHINA PEAK ARE AVALABLE!

Posted by JulianCutler on Mar 10 2014 - 8:10pm

Mr. Robert burns has poseted some pictures of the China Peak Trip. Don't forget to check it out!

High Sierra Trek Crew Planning Meeting, March 10

Posted by tpgaul on Mar 1 2014 - 3:26pm

We will be having a crew planning meeting for our own awesome summer 2014 High Adventure backpack in the Sierra Nevada Mountains at the troop meeting on Monday, March 10.  We are planning to do either a trans-Sierra hike (from one side to the other) or a portion of the John Muir Trail, possibly terminating at Mt. Whitney (if we successfully get the permit)!  Please join us at the meeting if you have already signed up and/or are interested in learning more about the trek.

SHED CLEAN UP DAYS

Posted by SnyderGayle on Jan 27 2014 - 11:04am

SHED CLEAN UP DAYS

MANDATORY PARTICIPATION FROM EACH PATROL

Patrol Leaders please join your new Quartermaster Commissioners in cleaning up,

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