Dear Parents and Guardians,

     Troop 101 following the guidelines of the Boy Scouts of America wants to help your son become a young man of good character, with organizational and leadership skills, and carry these skills into adulthood, all while having fun in the great outdoors.

     The link provided below to our Troop 101 Scout Parent/Guardian Guide contains usefull information for any parent or guardian of a Troop 101 Scout.  Please refer to it for fundamental information about scouting, our troop philosophy, policy, and procedures.

     Below is also a link to the National Council's Scout Parents Website.  It offers additional information on how parents/guardians may help their son get the most from scouting.



Information discussed in the Troop 101 guide:

  • Beginning as a Troop 101 Parent
  • Communications
  • Youth Behavior
  • What Should Parents Do
  • Troop Structure
  • The Boy Scout Handbook
  • Boy Scout Uniform
  • Equipment, Camping & Outdoors
  • Where to Purchase Uniforms and Equipment
  • Rank Advancement & Merit Badges
  • Registration, Insurance, Dues and Event Fees
  • Fundraising
  • Policy Summary - Troop 101 and BSA National Policies:  Medical Records, Youth/Adult Tenting & Meals, Parents at Events, Scout Growth, Adult Training
  • Youth Leadership

  •      We feel the scouting experience should be a Worthwhile, Safe, Fun, Wholesome, Growth experience for your son.  Giving him skills and character he can carry into adulthood.  Any group organization needs evolving philosophy and procedures to assure uniform application, continued success and constant improvement.  We appreciate your son being with us on this journey and we welcome your support and communication to help us do even better.



    Troop 101 Committee 

     Parent support and encouragement help scouts succeed

    Boy Scout Troop 101 
    First Church of God
     505 North Lincoln Ave 
    Alliance, OH 44601