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Leadership

About Us | Activites | Advancement | Meetings | Troop Contacts

Youth Leaders
Troop 110 is a boy-run troop and oper­ates by the Patrol Method. The Patrol Leader’s Council (PLC), with oversight from the Scoutmaster, Assistant Scoutmasters and Troop Committee; plan and implement the troop’s activities. This includes our weekly troop meetings, camping trips, annual summer camp and special events.

An outline of our youth leadership positions can be found in the
Troop 110 Scout Leadership Positions Guide.

Adult Leaders
All of our adult leaders are trained in Scouting policies, training skills and safety. Our training is kept up-to-date in numerous areas including: Climb On Safely, CPR, Hazardous Weather, Safe Swim Defense, Safety Afloat, Youth Protection and more. All training meets or exceeds the BSA require­ments for individual positions and for our outings.

Additionally, our Scoutmaster completed Wood Badge training in 2008.

Parent Involvement
The success of Troop 110 is dependent upon every parent taking an active role; no matter how big or how small. In addition to adult leadership and Troop Committee positions, most of our parents utilize their real-life experience to become merit badge counselors, to help with special projects or to simply join in on camping trips.

Troop Committee
The committee meets numerous times a year to discuss ongoing troop issues and to ensure the troop’s safety and success.

Scout Training
Our troop pre­sents an annual Troop Leader Training and Planning Conference for all current and potential youth leaders. In addition, we provide an opportunity for the scouts to participate in the North Florida Council’s annual training conference – The University of Scouting.

About Us | Activites | Advancement | Meetings | Troop Contacts


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