Boy Scouts

Boy Scouts Troop 75 currently has 29 active Scouts ranging in age between 11 and 17. The Troop meets every Tuesday from 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm in the basement of Saint Mary of the Assumption Church. Troop 75 is part of the Greater Western Reserve Council, Headwaters District. The Troop has four patrols, the Wolverines, Scorpions, Dragons, and Cobras. Troop activities range from learning Scout skills and monthly camp outs to civic activities and high adventure activities.

These activities include an annual week long pack hike along the Appalachian Trail, Summer Camp which alternates between a local camp and Haliburton in Canada, rock climbing, rappelling, white water canoe and raft trips, rifle shooting, and citizenship merit badge trips to local seats of government as well as Washington D.C. and New York City. For more information please visit Troop 75.

Scoutmaster: Dave McGee (440-823-1885)
Scout Liason: Dave Barnard (440-974-0306)
Scout Liason: Bob Boyd (440-974-6089)

CUB SCOUT PACK 75

Joining Cub Scouts is FUN!  From camping and hiking to sleeping on Naval Destroyer ships and getting soaked by the Niagara Falls, when you join Pack 75 you AND YOUR FAMILY should be prepared for so much fun that you cannot wait to come to the next event.  Our Pack has an active calendar that allows the boys multiple opportunities to just get out and have FUN!

Cub Scouts will introduce your son to learning the skills he will need to become a leader.  He will learn life skills (knot tying, first aid, cooking and fire building skills), leadership skills (public speaking, community service) and social skills (communicating with boys his age and older/younger boys as well).

The best part about these opportunities is that they are presented through FUN events like camping, hiking, fishing, pack and den meetings, popcorn sales, community involvement, etc.  Your Son will become a leader within his peer group before he even realizes it!

Cub Scouts will develop your son’s self confidence.  Through the experiences of the scouting program and the skills that your son will develop along the way they will be able to have the confidence that they are prepared for whatever life throws at them!

If you have questions about joining Cub Scout Pack 75 or just want to learn more about our program, schedule a visit or contact Cubmaster, Rob Boehm, or Committee Chairman, Adrienne Boehm