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Scout Me InSanta Monica Scouts BSA Troop 67 - for 80 Years

Scouts BSA is a year-round program for youth in fifth grade through high school that provides fun, adventure, learning, challenge, and responsibility to help them become the best version of themselves. Troop 67 has been delivering this progrom for over 80 years.

In Scouts BSA, young men and women go places, test themselves, and have one-of-a-kind adventures that can’t be found anywhere else.

Troop 67 is thrilled that for the first time in its 80+ year history, the iconic program of the Boy Scouts of America is open to young women as well as young men, all of whom will have the chance to earn Scouting’s highest rank, Eagle Scout.

Troop 67 meetings during the school year are held 7:30pm each Monday: First United Methodist Church, 1008 11th Street, Santa Monica, CA  90403; two blocks North of Wilshire, West side of 11th. Free parking in underground structure across from church.

Troop 67 meetings during the summer are held 7:00pm each Monday at: Santa Monica Swim Center, 2225 16th Street, Santa Monica, CA 90405; corner of Pico and 16th.

Mailing Address:  BSA Troop 67 Santa Monica, 1626 Montana Avenue, #117, Santa Monica, CA 90403.  

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Yours in Scouting, Troop 67



Ryan Smith's Eagle Project Updates!

Posted by Leesl on May 17 2019 - 8:06pm

Hello everybody, I just wanted to let you all know that it’s forecasted to rain on Sunday, so I have decided that we will finish up the project on Saturday no matter what. So thank you to all of those who signed up for Sunday, but we are going to have to cancel Sunday. Thank you all very much. 

Yours In Scouting,
Ryan Smith

Sea Base 2020 Meeting Monday Night

Posted by jcrawford on May 15 2019 - 5:52pm

Meeting 6:30 Monday, May 20 for everyone signed up or wanting to attend Sea Base in 2020 for either the Sailing or Scuba adventures

Introduction to Leadership Skills for Troops- Training

Posted by Leesl on May 15 2019 - 9:43am

We have a Training this weekend in anticiopation of NYLT this summer and preparation for our Troop Youth leaders to fullfill their position requirements.

Eagle Project! Family Camp! Webmaster!

Posted by marcy on May 11 2019 - 8:35pm

 hi, all! Regular meeting on Monday, May 13. Ryan Smith will be having his Eagle project on Saturday and Sunday, May 18–19. Please sign up to help. Family camp at Verdugo Oaks is just around the corner – the sign up email has gone out.  Everyone is encouraged to attend – it’s a wonderful event. LASTLY— I believe one or two parents have expressed interest in volunteering as webmaster for the troop. If anybody is still interested, please email Marcy at

Regular meeting, Parent meeting, Leader meeting, Ryan Smith Eagle project, Family camp

Posted by marcy on May 4 2019 - 11:44pm

Regular meeting this Monday 5/6 at FUMC, with Trail to First Class at 7p.  There is a parent meeting at 7:45p in the Fireside Room—all parents are encouraged to attend.  There is also is a parent leader meeting at 6:30pm—all parents are welcome if they would like to come.

Coming up, Ryan Smith’s Eagle project will be the weekend of May 18-19, and then is FAMILY CAMP at Verdugo Oaks over Memorial Day!  Family Camp is a great weekend, especially for new families.  Please plan to attend!

Wente Newsletter: Finney Valley Express

Posted by Leesl on Apr 10 2019 - 9:52am

Here is the Latest Newsletter for Camp Wente!


HIghlights include:

What’s New at Wente?

Our Camp Director Hired as both the Wente Camp Director and a year-round SFBAC Program Manager, Eagle scout Robert Graves originally hails from Troop 19 of the Five Rivers Council in New York. He began his camp staff career at Camp Gordon, as a CIT progressing to staff followed by a taste of management as the Handicraft Director. From there he went to college pursuing a Fine Arts degree, but as we all know, scouting’s pull is strong, the passion to make a difference in the lives of our youth and the reminder to give back. Robert journeyed to the Rocky Mountain Council to become the Camp Director of San Isabel Scout Ranch. Soon after, our beautiful west coast began calling to him. Answering that call Robert moved to the Bay Area and the timing was perfect. An application was filled out. An interview was completed. Then a visit to our beloved Wente helped to seal the deal. And what’d ya know… bam a new job. Some of you got to meet Robert at the Staff Interviews. Others will be meeting him over the next few months at various meetings or events. For everyone else, you don’t have to wait for summer...come join us and meet him at Good Turn Weekend or Family Vacation Camp.

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