Becoming a Member

We are always looking for people interested in joining our organization.


Who Can Join?

The National Executive Board of the National Office ammended the rules and regulations to clarify that no boy may join Boy Scouting until he reaches the age of 10 and has completed the fifth grade or be age 11 or have earned the Arrow of Light Award and be at least 10 years old. This clarification became effective May 15, 2004.


How Can You Join?

To join we need a completed application and membership dues for the first year. Please contact us for more information and a copy of the application.

Benefits of Joining

Scouting provides boys learning opportunities through outdoor activities, leadership responsibilities, and just plan old fun. As the boy learns, practices and even teaches the scouting skills, he is recognized for his accomplishments through rank advancement. The rank advancement is often called the "Trail to Eagle." Eagle Scout is the highest rank a boy can achieve in the Boy Scouts and widely recognized as a significant accomplishment.

If you are a current Scout or Scouter with Troop 220, please register your e-mail address below to be updated on issues/events.

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