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Troop Resources

BSA Forms

Useful Sites

Erie Shores Council

Pioneer Scout Reservation

Philmont Scout Ranch

Metroparks of Toledo

Troop Positions

Senior Patrol Leader
The Boy Scouts of America has long recognized the senior patrol leader as the highest youth leadership position in a troop. They are the primary link between a troop’s Scouts and its adult leaders.

Assistant Senior Patrol Leader

The assistant senior patrol leader is the second highest youth leadership position in the troop, working closely with the senior patrol leader to help the troop move forward.

Assistant Senior Patrol Leader

The assistant senior patrol leader is the second highest youth leadership position in the troop, working closely with the senior patrol leader to help the troop move forward.

Troop Guide

Troop guides serve as both a leader and a mentor to the members of the new-Scout patrol. They should be an older Scout who holds at least the First Class rank and can TroopGuidework well with younger Scouts.

Webmaster

Troop webmasters are responsible for maintaining the troop’s website. They make sure that information posted on the website is correct and up to date and that the privacy of youth and adult troop members is protected.

Historian
The historian collects, assembles, and preserves troop photographs, news stories, trophies, flags, scrapbooks, awards, and other memorabilia, and makes materials available for Scouting activities, courts of honor, the media, and troop history projects.
Scribe
The scribe is the troop’s secretary. Though not a voting member, they attend meetings of the patrol leaders’ council and keep a record of the discussions.

Quarter master

Quartermasters serve as the troop’s supply boss. They keep an inventory of troop equipment and see that the gear is in good condition.

Quarter master
Quartermasters serve as the troop’s supply boss. They keep an inventory of troop equipment and see that the gear is in good condition.

Librarian

Troop librarians oversee the care and use of troop books, pamphlets, magazines, audiovisuals, and merit badge counselor lists. They check out these materials to Scouts and leaders and maintain records to ensure that everything is returned.

Chaplain's Aide

Chaplain aides assist the troop chaplain (adult leader) in serving the religious needs of the troop. They lead the troop in opening or closing prayer and mealtime blessings.

Bugler

The bugler plays the bugle to mark key moments during the day on troop outings, such as reveilleand lights out. 

Junior Assistant Scoutmaster

A Scout at least 16 years of age who has shown outstanding leadership skills. The junior assistant Scoutmaster functions just like an assistant Scoutmaster (except for leadership responsibilities reserved for adults).

Junior Assistant Scoutmaster

A Scout at least 16 years of age who has shown outstanding leadership skills. The junior assistant Scoutmaster functions just like an assistant Scoutmaster (except for leadership responsibilities reserved for adults).

Junior Assistant Scoutmaster

A Scout at least 16 years of age who has shown outstanding leadership skills. The junior assistant Scoutmaster functions just like an assistant Scoutmaster (except for leadership responsibilities reserved for adults).

Order of the Arrow Representative

Order of the Arrow representatives serve as a communication link between the troop and the local Order of the Arrow lodge.

Troop Patrols

Army Ants

Orry Farrington

Patrol Leader

Flaming Squirrels

Jack Peel

Patrol Leader

Ice Dragons

Nick Wacha

Patrol Leader

Bullfrogs

Caleb Foot

Patrol Leader

Thunderbirds

Chase Kirby

Patrol Leader

Great Whites

Lars Ellison

Patrol Leader