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Welcome to Troop 22! We are chartered by Prince of Peace Episcopal Church.  We have been serving the Woodland Hills and surrounding communities for over 20 years. 

The aim of the Scouting program is to develop youth with character, citizenship and personal fitness.  Our Troop accomplishes this through fun activities like hiking, camping and community service projects. We have fun...with a purpose!  During our tenure we have helped over 50 boys become Eagle Scouts!

Please e-mail us at info@BSAtroop22.com to arrange to visit one of our meetings.  There's always room for one more at Troop 22!

                                                                                                                                                                                                          

Rey's Eagle Project: Garage Sale this Saturday. Project Volunteers needed Sept. 6 & 14

Posted by qnguyen on Aug 29 2014 - 10:28am

I’m working on my Eagle Scout project creating fences to protect the grass at my old school, Welby Way Elementary. As always, Eagle Scout projects take a lot of time, effort, and funds. I'm starting with a garage sale this Saturday, August 30 and would appreciate donations of more items to sell. Also, please come shopping!

Hopefully, I will make enough money to start right away because the school has scheduled September 14 for putting up the fences so we will build the fences on September 6th at my house. I am asking for volunteers on both days. 

If you can help with any of this: 

Parent Committee Meeting, Sept. 4

Posted by qnguyen on Aug 29 2014 - 9:52am

Parent Committee Meeting
Thursday, Sept. 4, 8:30 PM
King's Fish House, Calabasas Commons

All Committee members are invited. Any parents who have a topic, concern, or question for discussion can email Commiittee Chair JR Lal prior to the meeting to have their topic added to the Agenda, which will be posted on our website 48 hours prior to the meeting.  Please RSVP here.  

Biggest Court of Honor - September 15 @ 6:00 PM

Posted by qnguyen on Aug 29 2014 - 9:52am
Troop 22 Court of Honor
Monday, september 15
6:00 - 8:30 PM

This is our biggest COH of the year. Please join us to celebrate our Scouts' many accomplishments. Note the earlier start time, with light snacks and refreshments at 6 PM.  We will begin the awards at 6:30. 

Please RSVP here.  If you can bring a snack or drink by 6 PM, please write what you're bringing in the comments section of your registration. We request that it be simple to manage, requiring no cutting/pouring and minimal cleanup, e.g. pre-cut veggies/fruit, cookies, brownies, cheese cubes, finger foods, single-serving drinks. 

For questions, contact: 

Check your record for Correct Rank and Advancements

Posted by qnguyen on Aug 29 2014 - 9:51am

Now is the time to get ready for the Court of Honor on September 15th  

All MBs & advancements from summer have been recorded.  Please check your record and let me know ASAP if anything is missing (To see your record, go to the roster and click on your rank). 

Last day to turn in Rank Advancements or Merit Badge Blue Cards: Sept 8   Please schedule your Board of Review (time slots limited) 

New Troop 22 Eagle Scout: Ben Fried

Posted by qnguyen on Aug 29 2014 - 5:55am

I am happy to announce that Ben Fried just successfully completed his Eagle Board of Review.  Ben is the 66th Eagle Scout in Troop 22.  Please join me in congratulating Ben on his outstanding achievement! 

YIS,
Scoutmaster David Goldenberg 

Piedra Blanca Backpacking, Sept 20-21

Posted by qnguyen on Aug 29 2014 - 5:17am

Our September 20-21 Piedra Blanca outing is a great starter backpack trip.  2.7 miles through beautiful white rocks and stream bed.  Please register here by Monday, September 15. 

If you are new to backpacking and need help with choosing or borrowing gear, please let us know. 

New scouts will have opportunities to continue skills towards First Class (listed below). Older scouts will be able to get teaching advancements working with the younger boys.  Read on for more details... 

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