We are located in the Scout Hut behind the First United Methodist Church of Boerne on East Theissen street, about 1 1/2 blocks east of Main street, near the bowling alley.
Troop 102 welcomes any young man who would like to visit our troop before making a decision to join. We recommend contacting us first using the contact form on this home page.
Parent participation helps make our troop successful. We encourage and welcome as much help and participation as you are able to give.
Troop 102 is a boy-lead troop, with support from adult advisers:
Assist. Scoutmaster, Nuclear Poseidons Patrol Adv.
|Dave Taylor||Assist. Scoutmaster|
|Les Himebrook||Assist. Scoutmaster|
|Kevin Beitchman||Assist. Scoutmaster|
|Don Norton||Assist. Scoutmaster|
Order of the Arrow Coordinator
Assist. Scoutmaster, Phoenix Patrol Adv.
Mountain Man Patrol Advisor
Great White Patrol Advisor
|Robert Simpson||Assist. Scoutmaster, Eagle Mentor|
|Assist. Scoutmaster, Eagle Mentor|
Charter Representative: Rick Swinghammer
Troop Committee Officers
Troop Communications, Chaplain
Fund Raising Support
Fall Fund Raising Coordinator
Camp Out Coordinator
High Adventure Coordinator
|Rick Webb||Merit Badge Coordinator, MM Patrol Adv. |
Adult Training & Awards
|Senior Patrol Leader||Jackson Moore|
|Asst. Sr. Patrol Leader||Conner Webb||Jacob Bryan|
|Historian||Ethan Handley||Jacob Repak|
|OA Rep.||Nick Repak|
|Mountain Men||Daniel Richter||Alex Lacey|
|Great White||Branden Johnson|
|Phoenix||Ethan Handley||Eben Muir|
Troop 102 Scout Leadership info.
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Boy Scouting is available to boys who are 11, but not yet 18 years old OR who are at least 10 years old and have completed the fifth grade OR boys who have earned the Arrow of Light Award in Cub Scouts and are at least 10 years old.
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