A Scout Led Troop

Troop 412 Leads the Lake Shore Baseball Parade 2014.

Troop 412 Leads the Lake Shore Baseball Parade 2014.

Troop 412 is a scout led Troop.  Organized by patrols, scouts are elected to Positions of Responsibilities by their peers to help plan meetings and activities. All scouts are urged to step forward and seek election to a position of responsibility once they become First Class Scouts.  Scouts should attend all weekly meetings and participate in all troop sponsored outings and activities.  Scout Spirit, as outlined in our bylaws, is important to the success of our troop and its members.

Scout Master Welcome

ScoutMaster John Mearman

ScoutMaster John Mearman

Welcome to Troop 412 of Pasadena, Maryland.  The guiding principles of Troop 412 are the Boy Scout Oath, Law, Motto and Slogan. Scouts memorize these early in their scouting career and are expected to understand and live by these standards.  One of the ultimate aims of the Boy Scouts of America is to mentor quality leadership for our nation. Troop 412 offers experiences and activities to our scouts that not only mentally and physically challenge but help prepare them for their roles as America’s future leaders.

In Troop 412 we believe that active parents translate into successful scouts. Our volunteer parents are actively involved in planning outings, organizing service opportunities and serving as merit badge counselors.  In addition, parents can become adult leaders by participating in basic BSA training.  Our volunteer committee members and adult leaders are all BSA trained. Many were scouts when they were young, some saw success to the rank of Eagle, but all are dedicated to accomplishing the aims of scouting and committed to furthering the personal growth of each individual scout. If you have questions about our Troop contact me.

A Message From Our Senior Patrol Leader

Hi, My name is Liam and I am 15 and the current Senior Patrol Leader (SPL) for Troop 412.  It's my job to lead the general Scout meeting opening and closing ceremonies and to provide announcements for the good of the Troop. I attend the monthly Troop Committee Meetings so I can share scout concerns and ideas for upcoming trips. 

Our Troop History

Mt. Carmel United Methodist Church - Our Chartering Partner

Mt. Carmel United Methodist Church - Our Chartering Partner

The Boy Scouts of America chartered Troop 412 in January 1973 as a member of the Baltimore Area Council, Four Rivers District.   Our chartering partner is Mount Carmel United Methodist Church.  We meet every Tuesday evening from September through June at 7 PM in the Church Hall.  

 

Our Eagle Scouts

Troop 412 is proud to have over 50 Eagle Scouts on its Roster.