BSA Troop 100 - Bloomington, indiana


Who we are

Aims of Scouting

  1. Character Development

  2. Citizenship Training

  3. Personal Fitness

Methods of Scouting

  1. Ideals

  2. Patrols

  3. Outdoor Programs

  4. Advancement

  5. Associations with Adults

  6. Personal Growth

  7. Leadership Development

  8. Uniform

Troop 100  is affiliated with the Hoosier Trails Council in the Wapehani District of Boy Scouts of America. Saint Mark’s United Methodist Church charters the Troop. The Scouts of Troop 100 camp at least once a month during the school year, and the outdoor tradition continues over the summers months at summer camp and through high adventure trips to wilderness areas that can include activities such as backpacking, canoeing, rock climbing, or whitewater rafting. The Troop supports the aims and methods  of Scouting through the implementation of a Troop program planned by the Scouts and supported by trained adult leaders.

Troop 100 Mission Statement

It is the mission of Troop 100 to follow the vision and Mission of the Boy Scouts of America by instilling the values of the Scout Oath and Law, developing skills through rank advancement and by providing a safe, supportive environment in which to learn through a strong outdoor program, teamwork, and support from trained adult and youth leaders.