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Making History...All Girl Troop 7272 is the first of its kind in Orange County. Chartered by VFW Post 6024, Troop 7272 is focused on the scouting experience that girls are looking for...one that will help them become an integral leader in our communities.

Established - February 2019
Rancho Santa Margarita, California
Chartered by Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 6024

For information on Troop 7272 email
Scoutmaster Dea Del Rosario at Scoutmaster@troop7272.mytroop.us

Highlights this Week

Posted on Apr 9 2021 - 7:01pm

  • Camporee registration has closed, to all registered scouts YOU MUST HAVE ATTEND A DOWNHILL ZOOM MEETING ON 4/8 OR 4/14 PLUS A PREP MEETING WITH THE TROOP ON 4/11
  • Oso Lake Fishing Campout, REGISTRATION HAS CLOSED
  • Lytle Creek Backpacking is coming up! We will be having two routes one for beginners: https://troop7272.mytroop.us/node/1801 and one for experienced: https://troop7272.mytroop.us/node/1751 
  • PARENT MEETING 4/13 @ 7pm(during troop meeting) -bring your own chair

Oso Lake Fishing/Service Campout

Posted on Apr 9 2021 - 6:28pm

Camping, Fishing, Service... OH MY!!!!!!

 REGISTRATION HAS CLOSED

Spring Camporee

Posted on Apr 2 2021 - 6:52pm
 
April 17 (Saturday) - Day Event Only
Theme: Video Games through the Ages

Registration has closed for Camporee! 

ALL REGISTERED SCOUTS MUST ATTEND 4/11 PREP MEETING AND 4/8 OR 4/14 DOWNHILL ZOOM MEETING.

Lytle Creek Backpacking

Posted on Apr 2 2021 - 6:49pm

Lytle Creek Backpacking is coming up! We will be having two routes one for beginners and one for experienced backpackers. 

Stone House (Beginners): https://troop7272.mytroop.us/node/1801

Third Stream (Experienced): https://troop7272.mytroop.us/node/1751

Congressional Award Opportunity

Posted on Mar 19 2021 - 9:40pm

 

Voluntary Public Service

 

Personal Development

                                            

Physical Fitness

 

Expedition / Exploration

(Must be at least 13 ½ years old.)

Started in 1979, the United State Congress Congressional Award recognizes and promotes initiative, service, and achievement in young people.  Through goal setting and record keeping, entries are submitted with the help of an advisor of a youth’s achievements.   There are four main areas of achievements to be journaled that highlight different goals, learning moments and accomplishments.  These areas are shown above.

Each of these, are things that we ALREADY do in Scouting!  This is not a BSA award but a non-partisan federal government award.  While the Congressional Award cannot be used for past achievements, it doesn’t take that long to rack up the hours, months and journal entries to start earning this nationally recognized honor.  More information can be found at www.congressionalwaward.org

ASM Sherwood has agreed to serve as an advisor for any scout interested in pursuing this award on top of their Scouting activities.  Please contact her if you are interested.

Sign-up for REMIND texts

Posted on Jun 21 2019 - 4:17pm

Troop members - this is a great way to communicate last minute details and quick reminders.  

 

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