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Congratulations Calvin Lee on earning the Rank of Eagle #90

Congratulations Calvin Lee on earning the Rank of Eagle #90

On February 18th, 2015  Calvin Lee completed his Eagle Board of Review and became the Ronald Reagan Districts newest Eagle Scout and Troop 605′s 90th Eagle Scout.    We are all proud of Calvin's accomplishment as he persevered to complete the Eagle requirements.   For his Eagle project  Calvin replaced an information ...

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Congratulations Scott Cleveland Alexander on earning Rank of Eagle #89

Congratulations Scott Cleveland Alexander on earning Rank of Eagle #89

On January 21st, 2015  Scott Cleveland Alexander completed his Eagle Board of Review and became the Ronald Reagan Districts newest Eagle Scout and Troop 605′s 89th Eagle Scout.    We are all proud of Scott's accomplishment as he persevered to complete the Eagle requirements.   For his Eagle project  Scott Refurbish picnic benches ...

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In front of the Reactors, what a fantastic tour

San Onofre Nuclear Tour and Camp Out - Recap

Saturday January 24th Troop 605 (11 Scouts and 3 Adults) ventured to San Onofre for a tour of Nuclear Power Plant and an overnight camp out at the San Mateo Campground.    Southern California Edison was very excited to host the troop and provided us a great walking tour of the ...

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Road Trip Update :(

Scouts and Parents During the campground reservation process we experience technical difficulties with the campground reservation system and were unable to secure the camp sites needed for the road trip.   As result we will need to quickly implement plan “B” for this year’s week long activity.   We will validate with the ...

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What is the Patrol Method?

Patrols are the building blocks of a Boy Scout troop. A patrol is a small group of boys who are similar in age, development, and interests. Working together as a team, patrol members share the responsibility for the patrol's success. They gain confidence by serving in positions of patrol leadership. ...

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 Meetings:

We meet on Thursday nights at 7:00 PM.
The first Thursday of the month is reserved for the Patrol Leaders Council and Scoutmasters meeting.

Mission Statement:

It is the purpose of the Boy Scouts of America, and this Troop to provide an effective program designed to instill values in a boy which will help him grow into a man of fine character who is physically strong, mentally awake and morally straight.

Charter Organization:

St. Rose of Lima Catholic Church
1305 Royal Ave
Simi Valley, California 93065

Leadership:

Charter Organization Representative: Jess Reeves
Committee Chair: Ryan Archer
Scoutmaster:   Joe Zabaglo

Contact us:  vcctroop605@gmail.com

Patrols:

  • Bats
  • Bigfoots
  • Nuclear Elephants