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Welcome to Troop 754’s Web Site

Thanks for stopping by!  We are Boy Scout Troop 754 in Newbury Park.  Our troop was started in 1972, and forty-four years later we are still going strong!

In 2015, we renewed our charter with 45 scouts and a bridging of new boys is right around the corner.  We are scout led with our scouts fulfilling 27 different troop leadership positions or a positions of responsibility.  The troop is organized into 7 patrols.  Our troop even has a band!

We have an active and balanced program that gives a wide variety of opportunities for our scouts to lead and experience. Our troop’s calendar is typically very full, with at least one camp out per month, short and long term backpacking trips, numerous service opportunities and eagle projects, lots of fun events, many merit badge opportunities, and week-long summer camps.  In 2015, we went to summer camp at Camp Pico Blano (near Monterrey, CA) and in 2016 we will be going to Camp Hi Sierra (north of Yosemite).  In, 2015, Troop 754 went to Florida National High Adventure Sea Base for a Bahamas Sailing Adventure in the Sea of Abaco and in 2016 we have a crew going to Northern Tier High Adventure Base in Minnesota.

In 2015, six scouts from our troop achieved Boys Scout’s highest rank of Eagle Scout.  Over the years, 85 scouts from our troop have made it to Eagle Scout.  This is really a testament to the hard work that our scouts put into the troop and that they are having fun doing it!

We are very proud to have the Thousand Oaks Elks Lodge #2477 as our charter organization.  Several of our original Scoutmasters are Elks, and the Elks really support us and help keep our troop going strong.  A second organization, Lighthouse Church in Newbury Park, generously hosts us in their fantastic facility.

A large troop like ours requires a lot of help to keep it functioning.  At the center of our troop is the Patrol Leader’s Council.  Boy Scouts is “Boy-Led.”  The Patrol Leaders’ Council (PLC), not the adult leaders, is responsible for planning and conducting the troop’s activities.  The Scoutmaster and assistant Scoutmasters provide direction, coaching, and training that empowers each boy with the skills he will need to lead his troop.  The Troop Committee provides resources to help the PLC.  We are very fortunate to have active and friendly parent volunteers (troop committee) that help with everything from chairing special programs to participating in Board of Reviews with our advancing scouts.  We also have a large team of Assistant Scoutmasters that are available to help guide and mentor our PLC, and ensure a safe program.  We are lucky to have many of our previous Scoutmasters actively participate with our troop, and help mentor our new Scoutmasters and ASMs.  We call these fountains of knowledge and wisdom our “Scoutmasters Emeritus.”

Our regular Troop meetings are the first, third, fourth [,fifth] Tuesday of each month.  The second Tuesday of the month is the Patrol Leaders’ Council (PLC) meeting.  Our meeting start time is 6:45pm (for gathering) and we are usually done by 8:30pm-ish (for closing).  Directions to our meeting facility at Lighthouse Church.

If you would like to contact the Scoutmaster, please use this Scoutmaster Contact Form