About Boy Scout Troop 124

Scouting, the way it was meant to be! Raymore Boy Scout Troop 124

SCOUTING

THE WAY IT WAS MEANT TO BE!

Who We Are

Boy Scout Troop 124 is located in Raymore, Missouri which is part of the Spirit Trail District under the Heart of America Council of Boy Scouts of America. The unit attracts Scouts from communities throughout the Kansas City metropolitan area by providing an active, boy-led program where youth have fun and build useful life skills.

Boy Scout Troop124 is one of the area’s most active units. A quality boy-led program and unforgettable experiences ensure that our Scouts are prepared for life. Boy Scouts manage a year-round program full of skill and character development based on their interests.Scouts are also active in the Order of the Arrow, Tribe of Mic-O-Say, District and Council events.

Leadership

Stephen Homer - Senior Patrol Leader

Zak Sammur - Asst. Senior Patrol Leader

Isaac Dubois  - Asst. Senior Patrol Leader

 

James Montigny - Scoutmaster

Laura Crotty - Committee Chair

Ron Bowles - Asst. Scoutmaster

Josh Harber - Asst. Scoutmaster

Matt Crotty - Asst. Scoutmaster
Matt Bowles - Asst. Scoutmaster

Recent Events
Heart of America Council Twelve Month Camper Award

What We Offer

Boy Scout Troop 124 offers a year-round program full of opportunities to learn. We participate and lead community, district and council  activities; we also host our own events and work closely with other units in true Scouting spirit. Our primary goal is not to convert Webelos to Eagles as quickly as possible, our goal is rather to grow youth into young men with skills that they will use for the rest of their lives.

We meet at Raymore Christian Church at 7:00 PM

on Monday nights. 500 Peace Dr Raymore, MO

 

Visitors are always welcome!
Enter using the doors on building's West side

"Scouting is a Game with a Purpose" - Lord Robert Baden-Powell


Through wholesome, fun and engaging activities, Boy Scouts learn to take care of themselves, take care of others and lead with confidence. Scouting provides a safe environment to learn, explore and push themselves to try new things. It is OK to make mistakes as long as you get up, dust yourself off and try again.

Scouts in Boy Scout Troop 124 plan and execute their own events, actively participate in Troop Committee meetings and solve their own problems. Scouts share what they have learned with their peers as each boy makes his own experience and perspective to the group. 

Boy Scout Troop 124 adults actively contribute to Scouting by providing leadership within the District and Council and training to both youth and other adult leaders. We cultivate strong, healthy relationships with other units and work as a team to support the best possible Scouting program.

Dues

 

Boy Scouts in Troop 124 pay $110 each January, this money is used to fund the program and ensure that camp sites, equipment, activity fees, neckerchiefs, handbooks and Troop Tshirts are secured and ready for use. Many Scouts earn this money though our annual popcorn fundraiser and pay nothing out of pocket.

 

Dues are pro-rated when a youth joined the Troop after January 1st

 

Uniform and Insignia

 

The official BSA Isignia Guide can be found here

The official BSA Inspection Sheet can be found here

 

Members of Boy Scout Troop 124 wear official BSA uniform shirts and Troop neckercheifs. BSA pants, socks, belt and cap are optional, but encouraged.

Boy Scouts also wear leather Boy Scout Troop 124 bead fobs to proudly display their acheivements. Beads are awarded by the Senior Patrol Leader following each event, each color represents a particular category of events.

 

Patch Placement
 The award recognizes the Troop as excelling in things such as having a quality program, active participation, the use of the patrol method, planning and trained leadership. I want to thank all of our Scouts, families and leaders for their hard work.