Scouts of America
Boy Scouts of America has several units chartered to St. Bernadette. All follow the Scouting program of the Boy Scouts of America with community service, outdoor activities, systematic advancement, and leadership development to prepare young people to make ethical choices throughout life by learning to live by the values of the Scout Oath and Law.
Scouts BSA Troop 975 (boys from 11-17): The unit currently has over 40 members supported by unit leaders and many parents serving in a variety of ways.
Allison Martinazzi, Committee Chair,
Ben Eloff, Scoutmaster
Scouts BSA Troop 1975 (girls from 11-17): This unit has 8 members supported by unit leaders and their parents and others working on the behind the scenes work.
Anne Goldberger, Committee Chair
Lisa Dauer, Scoutmaster
Scouts BSA units are gender specific with individual programs. At times they work together on projects, special events, and other events as determined by the Patrol Leaders Councils of each unit. Both units camp monthly, hold weekly meetings throughout the year, and provide service to both St. Bernadette as well as the larger community in a variety of ways. Each unit plans their yearly calendar along with providing youth leadership training.
Cub Scout Pack 957(serves all youth from Kindergarten to 5th grade): The pack has about 30 active members at all grade levels The group usually camps twice each year, with many other conservation and day outdoor activities. They also work on a variety of service projects, rank requirements as well as traditional Cub Scout Events, such as the Rain Gutter Regatta, Pine Wood Derby, and the annual Blue and Gold Banquet.
Troops 975 and 1975 as well as Pack 957 welcome new members throughout the year.
For more information you can contact the following:
Charter Organization Representative for the units:
Karen Scheel 410-615-0111,