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Cub Scouts K-5th

Cub Scouting has a 100-year tradition in Piedmont and is more relevant than ever today. It uniquely provides Kindergarten through 5th grade youth with opportunities to have fun and explore the outdoors while learning new skills and reinforcing character values that last a lifetime. Scouting encourages kids to engage physically in their community and world around them while having fun with their friends and family in the process.

Is Your Child K-5th Grade?

Explore each of the Packs to find a meeting location and schedule.

Contact the Council Office for more information, and to have a Pack Leader connect with you: [email protected]

Scout Troops 6th Grade and Older

The Piedmont Council supports five Troops, each with its own personality and traditions. Each Troop is youth-led, with trained adult support and supervision. Scouting encourages youth to choose, plan and lead their Troop activities and explore their own interests. By taking on these responsibilities, Scouts develop and promote teamwork while learning to lead as well as follow.

Troops meet weekly during the school year and typically plan 6 – 8 weekend outings, including campouts, cycling trips, river rafting, or snow trips. Summer activities include a week of Scout camp and backpacking trips.

Spring Troop Open Houses are a great way to discover the Troop that is right for you, [email protected] for more information. Explore Piedmont’s Troops and discover what Scouting has to offer. Below you can visit Troop websites to learn more about the Troops, and find location and schedule of Troop meetings.

  • Troop 1

    Meets Tuesdays, 7:30 pm at Kettlewell Room, Piedmont Community Church

  • Troop 4

    Meets Mondays, 7:30 pm at Havens Auditorium

  • Troop 6

    Meets Wednesdays, 7:30 pm at Corpus Christi Gym

  • Troop 11

    Meets Mondays, 7:30 pm at Kettlewell Room, Piedmont Community Church

  • Troop 15

    Meets Tuesdays, 7:00 pm at Havens’ Ellen Driscoll Auditorium

Venturing Crews & Exploring Club

Piedmont Community Service Crew & Service Club

The Piedmont Community Service Crew (PCSC) is a youth led organization that inspires teenage crew members to actively uplift the broader community through service events; we cultivate life-long leaders. 

For middle school aged kids and their parents, Piedmont Service Club introduces youth to a life of service. 

Police Explorers Post 911

Police Explorers Post 911

Young men and women, ages 14 – 20 years, are invited to join Post 911. Sponsored by the Piedmont Police, Post 911 assists with traffic control, patrol car ride-along observation, radio operation, and special events.

Explorers receive monthly training in the criminal justice system, law enforcement, community policing, investigations, firearm safety, and self-defense. Under the guidance of advisors, members develop confidence, discipline, leadership and teamwork skills and compete in regional skill competitions.

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