Welcome to Temecula Boy Scout Troop 384



 Welcome to Troop 384 in Temecula, CA



 This is the central communications hub for Boy Scout Troop 384, located in Temecula, CA.  It contains our calendar, events, and announcements.  We have our weekly Boy Scout meeting on Monday nights at 7pm at Rancho Community Church in Temecula.  If you have a boy age 11 or older, we encourage you to come to a troop meeting and check us out!

Scroll down to the bottom of this page and click to download our remaining 2020 & 2021 troop activity calendar!

 For more information please contact Scoutmaster@troop384.com


Click below to download our 2020 & 2021 Troop Activity Calendar and Troop Brochure!

Signups are open - Eagle Scout Project workday at Habitat for Humanity - moved to Sunday, May 23rd (2 shifts available)

Posted by AFernandez on May 11 2021 - 9:17am

Join us at Habitat for Humanity Inland Valley Restore Design Center and help Aaron build a wall display / divider and possibly even furniture dollies. Two shifts available (9am - 11:30am / 11:30am - 2pm) 

Earn your Religious Emblem with Troop 384 and Grace Presbyterian Church

Posted by JPaule on May 10 2021 - 9:56pm

To encourage Scouts to grow stronger in their faith, religious groups have developed the religious emblems programs. For those scouts who attend Protestant and Independent Christian churches Troop 384 along with Grace Presbyterian Church conducts a program for scouts to earn their Religious Square Knot patch. 

Last Night for Advancement is May 24th

Posted by JPaule on May 10 2021 - 9:41pm
Our last night for advancements is just 2 weeks away! Be sure to turn in any blue cards for merit badges, award applications, honor patrol forms, etc. to me by Monday 5/24 to be recognized at our June Court of Honor. If you miss the deadline, you'll have to wait until September Court of Honor for your awards.

Every Scout deserves a trained leader--Wood Badge! NEW DATES ANNOUNCED

Posted by JPaule on May 10 2021 - 7:38pm

Every Scout needs a trained leader! Wood Badge is a leadership course designed for all adult Scouters. The course incorporated the traditions of over 100 years of Wood Badge, while adding the management and leadership training necessary to be successful as a leader. Wood Badge is more than a classroom--it is games and hands on projects. You will come away with an appreciation of Scouting's heritage as well as with a dream for the role you will play in its future- the impact you will make on the youth in your own home unit. Participation in this course will also provide skills to help you achieve success in other aspects of your life...like at home or in your career! The course is a two weekend, fun-filled practical training period where the Scouter lives as a member of a team progressing through Scouting and learning the skills of leadership. The application phase is completed at home, by implementing the skills learned by accomplishing a series of written goals called a "ticket". 

Scouts Needed to Staff Cubscout Day Camp June 7-10

Posted by JPaule on Apr 29 2021 - 12:48pm
Cub Scout Day Camp is a local day camp for Cub Scout packs to experience learning Scout skills and activities with the Pack. The Cub Scout leaders need experienced, Scout youth leaders to help them staff the camp. If you sign up as a Scout Staff you will work alongside younger Cub Scouts teaching. Its a fun week for all involved. Below is more information if you are interested in staffing:  
How to Sign-up:
Step 1- Get SM Approval (if needed)
• If you are under 13 and/or ranked lower than 2nd Class, please talk to your Scoutmaster for approval.
Step 2- Register and Pay through Council
• Register through Council as a 'Den Chief' using this link: 2021 TQ Day Camp Registration (this does not mean you will be in a den chief position)
Step 3- Youth Staff Request Form
• After registering through Council and receiving your paid receipt, please fill out the following form: 2021 Day Camp Registrant Info.
Step 4- Paperwork (physical copies)
This is the biggest hurdle for the Day Camp Staff. Please get your paperwork together as soon as possible. We will have a couple "paperwork submission" days on the calendar, dates tbd.
All needed forms are below.
ALL participants (Scouts, Youth Staff & Adults) are required to provide the following:

Flag for Every Hero at Riverside National Cemetery

Posted by JPaule on Apr 29 2021 - 12:47pm

"A Flag for Every Hero" is the volunteer effort to distribute flags on the graves of veterans at Riverside National Cemetery. This is a great patrol service opportunity or family activity. Click here for more information about this year's program. 

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