Troop 772 is once again a recipient of the Journey to Excellence - Gold Unit Award. That means we adhere to the highest BSA standards and offer a quality recognized program to our scouts. 


Congratulations on your decision to support your son's adventure. The Boy Scouts of America provide a youth leadership program that will last a life time. Scouting builds character, teaches outdoor skills, citizenship skills, involves youth in exciting activities, leadership, and much more.

Troop 772 provides all camping gear: tents, backpacks, stoves, patrol gear & more! All your scout needs is his personal gear. The Troop offers all the required Eagle Merit Badge courses for FREE, including support to reach the rank of Eagle Scout.  

 To Join: Turn in a fully completed new member packet. Have questions, or need to drop-off packet ... Contact membership@troop772.com.

Personal Fitness Merit Badge - Session 1 - Sunday, May 16 - RSVP

Posted by cwilliams on May 15 2021 - 7:37pm

Join This Eagle Required Merit Badge

There will be 4 sessions in the next few months allowing scouts time to complete their logs.
This first session will be a summary of the requirements.

★ More Information and RSVP - Click Here

Committee Meeting - Adults - Easy to Attend (Virtual) RSVP

Posted by cwilliams on May 15 2021 - 7:36pm

All adults are welcome to attend Wednesday, May  19th at 6:30 PM.

This is where the adult decisions & organization happen.  We would love your presence and input.

★ More Information and RSVP - Click Here


Posted by cwilliams on May 13 2021 - 1:48pm

Attention All Scouts Attending Summer Camp, Philmont or any other event 72 hours or more

If you have not done so already, please complete your Medical Forms A, B, and most importantly on or before Monday, May 24th, 2021 and turn them in at one of our upcoming in-person patrol meetings to Abe Cook or Michael Yu. Any forms already submitted in early 2021 can be used. You cannot attend camp unless the entire medical packet has been received. 
Form C will require an examiner to complete and certify by signature so plan ahead.

★ Medical Forms - Click Here
★ More Information - Click Here

Beginning Overnight Backpacking to Sitton Peak Trail - May 22 - 23 - RSVP

Posted by cwilliams on May 13 2021 - 1:48pm

Complete the 5 mile hike needed for 2nd Class Rank / Earn 1 Camping Night / Earn Hiking Miles / Beginner Backpacking

A great trip for ALL SCOUTS! Optional trip to top of Sitton Peak for panoramic views. Scouts will hike 4 miles to the camping location off the Sitton Peak Trail. The afternoon will be spent setting up camp, and there will be time for scout skills. Sunday we will pack up and walk out.

★ Payment Cost / Per Person: $30 / $32 (online payment)
Includes Lunch and Dinner on Saturday / Breakfast on Sunday / Trail Snacks for Both Days - Saturday breakfast is NOT included.
This is a dry camp - Scouts will bring their water.

★RSVP and DetailsClick Here

Place Flags on Veterans Graves - El Toro Cemetery - Earn Community Service - May 27th

Posted by cwilliams on May 13 2021 - 1:48pm

Honor Our Veterans by 'Placing' Memorial Day Flags on Graves - Thursday, May 27th
Both Scout & adult participation is welcome.
There will be approximately 1000 flags to place and a cross display to set up and arrange.
★ More Information and RSVP - Click Here

ScoutBook Records Migration

Posted by cwilliams on May 13 2021 - 1:47pm

Scoutbook is the BSA's go-to tool to track advancement and milestone achievements
Troop 772 will be migrating our records tracking to Scoutbook. This will allow parents and scouts to view and enter their own records. Scouts will continue to record their advancement in their book for sign off as they do today.  When ready for a Board of Review, Scouts will be asked to record their information in Scoutbook online prior to submitting photos of the fully signed and dated rank pages of their Scout Handbook to the Troop's Records Coordinator to obtain their Board of Review Report. 

What do you need to do?

Scouts were given instructions to enter records at their last patrol meeting. Scouts also will be receiving a report of their currently recorded records in Scoutbook via email for our Troop's Records Coordinator.
★ Scouts and their parents are asked to review this information against their book and update Scoutbook online for any hiking, camping, service or advancement not already recorded in Scoutbook.  

Scoutbook Access Information

  • All parents and Scouts under age 14 have access to ScoutBook with their parents BSA account.
    For information to find your username/password - Click Here
  • Scouts over age 14 can setup their own BSA account with parents giving access to their Scout. 
    For Instructions to Grant Scout Access - Click Here