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.

Congratulaions on your decision to support your son’s adventure. The Boy Scouts of America provides a youth leadership program that builds character, trains boys in the responsibilities of participating in citizenship and community awareness, and develops personal fitness. Scouts whose parents invest time and support troop programs usually benefit the most! 

Troop 772 provides tents, backpacks, patrol gear & more! All your scout needs is his personal gear. The Troop also offers all the required Eagle Merit Badges classes for free, including support to reach the Rank of Eagle Scout. 

⬇︎ NEW SCOUT APPLICATION PACKET - Questions: emailmembership@troop772.com 
A complete Scout packet must be turned into membership BEFORE an access password will be issued for this website.

Adults Only - Learn How to Backpack - Learn How To Teach Backpacking - RSVP with the BSA Now

Posted by bbrofman on Feb 23 2018 - 1:51pm

Adults - Basic Backpacking - BSA Course Starts March 2, 2018 

Do you enjoy backpacking? Maybe you have never been backpacking, but want to get started? Taking Scouts into the great outdoors is fun, exciting, and is a great developmental tool for youth. Whatever your level of backpacking experience, from none to expert, this course will provide you with important information to get started guiding Scouts on a backpacking trek. Come join your fellow Scouters in the fun! This course is in three parts: Part 1 (Classroom training) is March 2, 2018 at 5:00 p.m. and continues all day Saturday (March 3). Part 2 is a day hike (Sunday, March 4 or Saturday, March 17). The concluding section (Part 3) is an overnight backpack with instructors. The cost is $75 per adult and participation is limited to 40 (adult) students. Register online at the BSA:  https://orangecounty.camp-master.com. Send an email to our troop trainer at trainer@troop772.com letting us know you will be attending.

Help Rebuild IROEC After the Fire - Earn Conservation Hours - RSVP by February 25th

Posted by bbrofman on Feb 23 2018 - 1:50pm
Irvine Ranch Outdoor Education Center - Service Project Day - March 4, 2018 - 1pm to 5pm - Earn Up to 4 Conservation Service Hours - Complimentary Dinner Immediately After
Join us for an afternoon of service to help restore the Irvine Ranch Outdoor Education Center after the Canyon Fire. Bring your family (6 years old & up) & friends to enjoy some outdoor time while giving back to the camp that gives so much to our youth. Projects include erosion control, working in the garden, painting, spreading mulch, and so much more. Ride sharing available. RSVP REQUIRED by Sunday, February 25th - Click here for details

Good News - You Can Still Sign Up For Summer Camp..... RSVP - Pay Initial Payment Immediately - Select Your MB Classes Now!

Posted by bbrofman on Feb 23 2018 - 1:50pm

 Summer Camp 2018 - You Can Still Sign-up.....Hurry! NEW SCOUTS ➡︎ YOU DEFINITELY WANT TO ATTEND SUMMER CAMP!!! Mountain Boarding - Target Shooting - Cowboy Lever Action Rifle - Rock Climbing - Horses - Pool - Observatory - Merit Badges - Camp T-shirts - ATV's (14+) - Paintball - New Chef - Great Food - Fun Games & More! $125 Deposit Secures Your Spot ➡︎ Click here for all the details! 

Way To The Cross Hike - RSVP by March 3rd

Posted by bbrofman on Feb 23 2018 - 1:32pm

Way To The Cross Hike ♱ (Earn 1.5 Hiking Miles) 
Saturday, March 10th at 9:00am ~ Santaigo Canyon
➡︎ For Details Click Here 

Design 2018 Camporee Patch - Submissions Due March 6th

Posted by bbrofman on Feb 23 2018 - 1:31pm

 Design the Patch for 2018 Camporee! This will be the first year since joining back together that all of the El Camino Real District troops will participate as one big group (April)! As far as themes go, the choice is yours. Be creative! Think of how proud you will be to have your design selected for this historic Camporee. Scan your design, include your name and contact info, and submit to Mike Pouraryan at: mikepouraryan@gmail.com.

Trail to First Class Campout - RSVP by March 11th

Posted by bbrofman on Feb 23 2018 - 1:31pm

Trail to First Class (TFC) Campout - March 23-25th at Caspers
Making Webelos into Boy Scouts! 
It is highly recommended that newer Scouts attend this campout.

Current Scouts will be teaching the newbies how to camp... Boy Scout style! The focus of this campout is to jump start newer scouts on their journey to obtaining the First Class rank. Scouts will work on knots, lashings, Totin' Chip (knife & ax handling), Firem'n Chit (fire starting), map & compass, patrol cooking & stove requirements, and more. This is a great opportunity to complete some of the requirements for Tenderfoot, Second Class and First Class. To RSVP and for detail - Click here!

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