Girl Scout Troop 12168
Epworth’s Girl Scout Troop is a Community Girl Scout Troop. This type of troop is not affiliated with one school. Our girls come from different areas and are focused on giving back to the community through service projects and bettering themselves through various growth opportunities. Troop 12168 meets the first Tuesday of the month at 6pm at Epworth.
Troop Leader: Janice French
For more information contact the troop using the contact form below.
Cub Scout Pack 149
Cub Scouting is designed for boys and girls from Kindergarten through the 5th grade. Our pack is an active group of great youth. The pack has outings and activities throughout the year such as camp outs, Mud Hens and Walleye games, nature hikes, service projects, and more! Pack 149 holds meetings monthly during the school year, usually on the third Wednesday of the month at Epworth Church. Within the pack, the Cub Scouts also belong to a den (by grade level); these dens meet an additional one or two times per month. Pack 149 loves to create hands on learning experiences for our scouts and to encourage them to try new adventures! The pack also helps to teach the Scouts important life lessons such as service to others and how to care for the world around them.
Cub Master: Rick Fuchs
For more information, contact the pack using the contact form below.
Boy Scout Troop 2
Troop 2 has a rich history dating back to 1969. Their history includes over 80 Eagle Scouts! They have been recognized with the Baden Powell and Gold Level Quality Unit/Journey to Excellence awards. The troop is scout run, with guidance from the Scoutmasters and an involved troop committee. They are an adventure oriented troop, with outdoor activities, monthly campouts, summer camp opportunities, and more! Troop 2 meets at Epworth, 7 - 8:30pm Tuesday nights during the school year.
Steve Detmer, Committee Chair
Michael Holton, Scoutmaster
For more information, contact the troop using the contact form below.
Scouting Religious Emblems Program
The PRAY Series is centered on Christian Discipleship and Outreach. Young people read the Bible, learn about Jesus, engage in meaningful discussions with mentors, and participate in service projects for their church and community. The program is broken into 4 levels:
God & Me (1-3 grade)
God & Family (4-6 grade)
God & Church (6-8 grade)
- God & Life (6-12 grade)