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WELCOME TO BOY SCOUT TROOP 18
Troop 18, chartered in 1925 by Glenn United Methodist Church, is one of Atlanta's most successful and active Boy Scout Troops. We meet every Tuesday night at 7:30PM at the Scout Hut behind the Glenn Youth & Activities Building (the YAAB) on North Decatur Road.

Any boy between the ages of 11-17 interested in joining our Troop or who would simply like to learn more, please click on the "About Us" tab or "Contact Us."

We encourage all boys to attend.

Troop 18 at Bert Adams Scout Reservation

 

 

 

 

 

 

MEMBER LOG-IN INFORMATION
If you are a member of Troop 18 (Scout, Scouter, or Leader) click on the Login link to the left and use your Username and Password to access all of the resources of this website. If you do not know how to login, send an email request to the Troop Webmaster on the Contact Us page, or to: webmaster@troop18atl.org

Personal Management MB

Posted by leader on Nov 18 2014 - 9:52am

Personal Management MB is scheduled to be offered beginning in mid-January.

Scouts who have attained the rank of First Class will be able to attend this class.

Personal Fitness MB Update

Posted by leader on Nov 18 2014 - 9:43am

P Fitness MB participants.

The final three sessions of exercise are scheduled for 11/18/14, 12/2/14 and 12/16/14 at 6:15PM.

Dress appropriately for the variable winter weather conditions as outdoor portions of the exercises will continue.

Troop Elections This Tuesday!

Posted by admin on Oct 25 2014 - 8:40pm

Be a part of your Troop's future!  Run, vote, contribute to our success.  Show up this Tuesday and vote.  

 

Note all elected positions are required and expected to attend the leadership training Saturday Nov 1st at the YAAB, 

Philmont 2015

Posted by admin on Oct 21 2014 - 5:04pm

It's time to start getting ready for Philmont - the quintessential Scouting High Adventure experience!

Philmont Scout Ranch is BSA's largest High Adventure Base with over 130,000 acres of rugged mountain wilderness in the Sangre de Cristo range of the Rocky Mountains in northern New Mexico. Over 1 million Scouts have experienced the Philmont adventure since 1939.

Troop Elections October 28!

Posted by admin on Sep 27 2014 - 7:49pm

Attention all boys!  The next few weeks ballots will be available to all interested in a leadership position.  We are looking for boys who have a vision for their role they would like to achieve.There are roles for all types of leadership so please consider running!

Attention all adults! If you want to know how you can do more for your boy in Troop 18 Get trained!

Posted by admin on Aug 24 2014 - 2:38pm

The Hightower Trail SLT (Scout Leader Training) is scheduled for the evenings of October 2, 9, 16, and 23.  The matching ITOLS (Introduction To Outdoor Leadership Skills) is scheduled for November 1-2.  Note:  The HT training classes do not always happen due to low registration.  If someone signs up for them, they would not know until it was too late to take a different class whether or not the HT class will happen.
 
If you cannot make the four night training sessions you can also take the classwork session in one full day session. There are two single-day SLTs coming up:
 
September 2 Foothills District (Marietta)
September 27 Northern Ridge District (Alpharetta)  
 
After completing SLT, the scouter then needs to take ITOLS.  There are a couple of districts in addition to HT that have ITOLS weekends in September or October:
 
September 12-14 Southern Crescent District (South Fulton)
September 26-28 Sppalachian Trail District (Canton)
October 3-5 Silver Comet Trail District (Acworth)
October 3-5 Foothills District (Camp Windy Water near Cartersville)
 
It is generally not necessary to take SLT and ITOLS from the same district.  If someone wanted to go to a single-day SLT and then take ITOLS with Hightower Trail, that would probably be OK (need to check to confirm this).  There are other districts offering ITOLS to anyone interested regardless of where they took SLT.
 
With all of these options, there is really no reason why T18 adults should not be trained!

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