Welcome to Brighton Boy Scout Troop 350. This troop has been in existence since 1928 and is chartered by the Rotary Club International of Brighton, Michigan. Our meetings are held on Monday evenings at 7:00pm.

It is the purpose of Troop 350 to provide our boys an effective program designed to build desirable qualities of character, to train in the responsibilities of participative citizenship, and to develop in them personal fitness. We thus help in the development of American citizens who:

  • Are physically, mentally and emotionally fit
  • Have a high degree of self-reliance as evidenced by such qualities as initiative, courage and resourcefulness.
  • Have a personal, stable values firmly based on religious concepts
  • Have the desire and skill to help others
  • Understand the principals of the American social, economic and government system
  • Have a keen respect for the basic rights of all people without regard to race, creed or color
  • Are prepared to fulfill the various responsibilities of participating in and giving leadership to our American society and in forums of the world

The Boy Scouts of America accomplishes this purpose by making its program available in cooperation with charter organizations such as ours.

Here is an example of a typical outings schedule for Troop 350

  • September: Fishing and Shooting Camp (local)
  • October: Webelos Rendezvous campout (local)
  • November: Annual Turkeys and Guns campout at D-A Scout Ranch
  • December: Winter Horseback Riding (local)
  • January: Winter campout (Muskegon, MI)
  • February: Camp Grayling campout (Grayling, MI)
  • March: Dayton Air Museum (Dayton, OH)
  • April: Caves exploration (Indiana)
  • May: Canoeing campout
  • June: EOY Party campout (local)
  • June/July: Medium/High Adventure
  • July: Summer Camp (Cole Canoe Base)

For more information or if you have any questions, please email our Scoutmaster or our Committee Chair.

The leaders of Troop 350 believe that discrimination in any form sends a harmful message to our youth and is unacceptable in the Scouting movement. We consider ourselves to be an Inclusive Unit and welcome anyone to participate in troop activities and leadership regardless of their race, ethnicity, religious beliefs, ability, gender identity, and/or sexual orientation.

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