Great things are on the horizon!

The life lessons learned in Scouting form a foundation to embrace opportunity and overcome obstacles in life.

  • A fun and safe environment to learn and grow while developing interests and skills
  • Character building and development centered around good morals and values
  • The change to learn life skills that help Scouts be successful adults and contributing members of society
  • Exciting outdoor experiences boys and girls love like hiking, camping, mountain biking, and more.

Learn more about Scouting for elementary youth in Allen.

Click on the Pack number to learn more about, or to register in, that pack. Or email their Pack leader.

Pack 131

St. Jude Catholic Church
Thomas Baril

Pack 306

Boyd, Reed, Bolin, Story, Vaughn, Chandler
Darly Powers

Pack 358

Hart, Puster
Will Koonce

Pack 639

Marion, Anderson
Bill Pritchett

Pack 780

Boon, Green, Norton
Mark Wolf

Pack 825

Lindsey, Cheatham, Preston
David Forbess

Pack 870

Kerr, Evans
Jim Cates

Pack 1110

Radha Kirshna Temple

Pack 1630

Olson
Brenda Fee

 

Learn more about Scouting for middle school and high school youth in Allen.

Click on the Troop number to learn more about, or to register in, that Troop. Or email their Troop leader.

Troop 79

Meets at Christ the Servant Lutheran
Gerald Garlington

Troop 131

Meets at St. Judes Catholic Church
Thomas Patton

Troop 224

Meets at Greenville Oaks Chrch
Jason Thompson

Troop 358

Meets at Creekwood UMC
Richard Vondracek

Troop 624 (for girls)

Meets at Allen Heights Baptist Church
Audrey Reed

Troop 624 (for boys)

Meets at Allen Heights Baptist Church
Brian Mills

Troop 1079 (for girls)

Meets at Christ the Servant lutheran
Tresa Lemke

Troop 1110

Meets at Radha Krishna Temple
Basith Syed

Troop 1299

Meets at Suncreek UMC
Nicholas Sasso

Troop 1914

Meets at Our Lady of Angels Catholic
Craig Coffey

Crew 624 (co-ed)

JoAnn Hollingsworth

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