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Troop 210 Weekly Meetings

The Troop meets every Monday night (excluding holidays) at the Christ Lutheran Church, 2400 West Burbank Blvd, Burbank, California 91506. (Map and driving directions)

Meetings begin promptly at 7:30 pm and end at 9:00pm. Scouts are expected to attend in a clean, neat and complete uniform. Parents are welcome to attend.

Parents are requested to attend the Troop Circle-Up at 8:45 pm. All important announcements and reminders are presented at Circle-Up.

Meetings consist of the Opening and Closing Flag Ceremonies, Troop Teach Time, and individual Patrol Meetings. The group meetings are led by the Senior Patrol Leader and his Assistants while the patrols' meetings are led by their own Patrol Leader and Assistant.

Troop 210 Mission Statement

Boy Scouts mean many things to different people. Scouting is, friends going places and doing things together. Scouting is, helping others without expecting anything in return, learning to be a leader by setting example, striving for and achieving new goals. Scouting is, building self confidence by learning and mastering life skills.

Troop 210 strives to meet all of these ideals through troop meetings and outdoor adventures. The primary emphasis of these meeting and adventures will include, but not be limited to, hiking, camping, backpacking and water activities. To achieve these ideals it requires Scouts working and help other Scouts regardless of age or rank. By helping each other, Scouts develop the necessary communication and interpersonal skills to succeed at any endeavor they may undertake.

The History of Troop 210

The Troop was formed in 1977 in Burbank, CA, a town with a population of over 100,000 surrounded by Glendale, CA and the city of Los Angeles. Since that time, numerous men have led the Troop as its Scoutmaster culminating in the most recent change in 1993 to the leadership of Bill O'Leary. In this time, the Troop has awarded the Eagle Scout rank 50 times - a tally that continues to grow.

The Troop has been under the charter of the Benevolent and Protective Order of the Elks Lodge 1497 since its inception.