About Troop 136   


About Troop 136


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"Scouting is a
 game with
 a purpose."

Lord Baden Powell,
founder of the Boy Scouting in 1908







Boy Scout Troop 136 Welcomes You
Invites You To Join Us!

Troop 136 has a long history "Delivering the Promise of Scouting" in Clayton County Georgia and is chartered by the Jonesboro United Methodist Church, 142 South Main Street, Jonesboro, Georgia 30236.

Troop 136 has over 45 years of Scouting service. Chartered since 1960; Troop 136 is in Tara District of the Atlanta Area Council in the Southeast Region of the Boy Scouts of America.

Troop 136 meetings are on Monday each week from 7:00pm to 8:30pm in the Troop 136 Scout Hut provided by the Jonesboro United Methodist Church.  Troop Meetings are held year-round except on holidays and non-school days during the school year.

Visit our Calendar page for Troop activity dates.

Troop 136 is a “Boy Led” organization employing the Boy Scouting Aims and Methods in planning program activities and Troop operations.

Troop 136 has monthly activities promoting the highest Scouting ideals of the Boy Scout Oath, Law, Motto, Slogan, and the Outdoor Code.  Activities develop the whole Scout's maturity and growth by engaging in programs and projects in nature, environment, family, community, government, leadership, teamwork, self-reliance, integrity, and responsibility.

Troop 136 enjoys an active Scouting program providing each Scout and his family a fun, fulfilling and successful Boy Scouting experience from Scout through Eagle, and well into their Adult Boy Scouting experience.

Thank you for visiting Troop 136!
Scouting is as vital and relevant today as it was when our journey began.


Updated: 13 August 2008 


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