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Roles of Parents and Scouts

Parent’s Role

The success of Troop 11 requires more than its youth members and adult leaders.

Every parent of every Scout becomes an important part of our Scouting program. Whether as an active leader, an involved committee member, or a supportive parent who encourages their son to be an active Scout and live by the ideals of Scouting, the parent's role is important to the growth and success of both the Troop and the Scout.

Scout’s Role

For Troop 11, or any Scout Troop, to be successful, it requires a group of active Scouts. The Scouting program is the Scouts' program—run by the Scouts themselves. It is only those Troops with active Scouts that succeed. So the Scout's role in the Troop is to be active, be involved, and be prepared—prepared to learn, prepared to grow, and prepared to have more fun than he ever imagined.

  • Boy Scouts of America Troop 11
  • Indiana, PA 15701
  • Phone: 999-999-9999
  • Troop Meetings
  • Each Monday
  • 7:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
  • Based on IASD calendar
  • Check “Events” for specifics