Adult Leadership

PostionNameEmail
ScoutMasterShawn frickeemail
Asst. ScoutmasterLeo Prattemail
Asst. Scoutmaster Rodger Freyemail
Asst. Scoutmaster Tim Flynnemail
Asst. Scoutmasteremail

Position Descriptions

Scoutmaster

  • Train and guide boy leaders to run THEIR troop.
  • Participate in all available training available.
  • Work with and through the Assistant Scoutmasters and the troop committee to give the best Scouting program to the boys.
  • Help boys to grow and mature by encouraging them to learn for themselves, through the methods of Scouting to achieve the aims of Scouting.
  • Meet regularly with the patrol leaders’ council for training and coordination in planning troop activities.
  • Attend all troop meetings or, when necessary, arrange for a qualified adult substitute.
  • Attend troop committee meetings.
  • Attend roundtables and training sessions.
  • Take part in annual roll call and uniform inspection, charter review, and charter presentation.
  • Conduct Scoutmaster Conferences for advancement and as needed.
  • Participate in council and district activities.
  • Make it possible for all Scouts to experience at least 10 days and nights of camping each year.
  • Build a strong program by using proven methods presented in Scouting literature and training.
  • Conduct all activities under qualified leadership, safe conditions, and the policies of the chartered organization and the Boys Scouts of America.
  • Supervise troop leadership and Order of the Arrow elections.
  • Provide a systematic recruiting plan for new members and see that they are promptly registered.
  • Delegate responsibility to other adults and groups so they have a real part in the troop operation.

Assistant Scoutmaster

  • Participate in all available training available.
  • Work with and through the Assistant Scoutmasters and the troop committee to give the best Scouting program to the boys.
  • Help boys to grow and mature by encouraging them to learn for themselves, through the methods of Scouting to achieve the aims of Scouting.
  • Meet regularly with the patrol leaders’ council for training and coordination in planning troop meetings and activities.
  • Coach patrol leaders’ council into a balance program filled with fun, activities, leadership development, and advancement.
  • Attend troop meetings.
  • Attend troop committee meetings.
  • Attend roundtables and training sessions.
  • Participate in council and district activities.
  • Conduct all activities under qualified leadership, safe conditions, and the policies of the chartered organization and the Boys Scouts of America.