Boy Scouts of America Troop 784
Sponsored by First United Methodist Church- Clermont Florida
Re-established, August 2007
On my honor I will do my best
To do my duty to God and my country and to obey the Scout Law;
To help other people at all times;
To keep myself physically strong, mentally awake, and morally straight
Our main objective is to ensure the Scouts of Troop 784 realize the fun and adventure of scouting while developing moral and ethical character as well as growing to be leaders in their homes, schools, communities and world.
Who We Are
•Troop 784 has a decade's long history at FUMC-Clermont
•We belong to the Central Florida Council, Apoka Shores District
•Current Troop Roster has 31 Scouts
What We Do
• Have fun!
• Go on camping events
• Participate in fundraising events to support the cost of activities
• Support FUMC-Clermont through various community and service projects
How We Operate
• All Scouts registered with the unit are expected to actively participate in the Troop meetings and activities.
• Strive to be a boy led Troop through the support and guidance of the Adult leaders and volunteers
• The troop cannot function without Adult/Parent support. Each family is expected to volunteer in some aspect with the Troop. One adult per family is required to hold an adult leadership position OR be an active Assistant Scoutmaster, regularly attending meetings and outings
When We Meet
• Weekly Troop meetings are held Mondays from 7pm to 8:30 pm at FUMC- Clermont.
Troop 784 Adult Leaders
• FUMC Charter Organization Representative: Mike Latham
• Scoutmaster: Dan Monaghan
• Committee Chair: Michelle Saunders
• Assistant Scoutmasters: Jeff Yost, John DeAvilla and Jason Ulrich
September 30, 2014
Summer Camp Packing List
Troop 784 Bylaws
BSA Health Form
Central Florida BSA
Central Florida Boy Scout Council
Apoka Shores District
Camp Danial Boone
Additional Information about Boy Scouts:
Boy Scouts get away from it all! They camp, hike, and fish in the great outdoors. They get together in troops, and try out new experiences. Boy Scouting is available to boys who are 11 through 17 years old, or who have earned the Arrow of Light Award, or have completed the fifth grade.