For all boys

Most of our current Scouts joined the Troop with Cub Scouting experiences, but we also welcome boys with no previous scouting experience. We have a "boy-led" troop. More experienced scouts are responsible not only for planning activities, but also helping the younger boys learn scout skills so they meet their rank goals.

We welcome boys from all over the northwest suburbs.

WE ARE A CAMPING TROOP!

At least once a month we go on an outing where the boys are sure to plan energetic activities, like canoeing, bike riding, hiking, skiing, and camping all over the area, even in the winter! In July we go to summer camp in Wisconsin for one or two weeks to swim, boat, shoot and a ton of other activities! The Scouts can earn many merit badges from Astronomy to Zoology.

Older scouts who achieve Star rank and certain skill requirements are eligible for longer, more challenging trips with our Venture Crew and High Adventure group. This could be wall climbing, skiing and white water rafting trips to Maine or backpacking in New Mexico at the Philmont Scout Ranch.

Many Scouts enjoy rank advancement. Troop 23 strongly supports full uniform and motivated Scouts to achieve their personal goals through the Eagle rank and public service opportunities.

Best of all, we have fun!

New Scouts are welcomed to Troop 23 at any time of the year. Come talk to our Scoutmaster, Dave Baysingar, or our Recruitment Chair, Mr. Matusek and meet the rest of the boys.


Community Presbyterian Church

407 N. Main St, Mount Prospect, IL.

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Troop Meetings:

Thursdays 7:30 to 9:00 pm (Sept-May)

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Parent Meetings:

3rd Thursday of the month

Troop 23 looks forward to meeting you!

CLICK HERE for registration instructions or JOIN NOW to ask questions.

For parents

Many hands make light work, and our parents work well together in varying capacities. Most parents are strongly encouraged to help with at least one outing a year. There are many opportunities, large and small, to get involved within the troop.

Both mothers and fathers are needed to drive boys, enjoy camping alongside troop leaders in the "Adult Patrol", and contribute ideas at the Parent Meeting. Many train to become more involved as a committee member or troop leader.