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How can Parents get Involved? 

In order for the troop to function, parents are needed to perform certain administrative roles.  There are no special skills or training needed to get involved.  The only prerequisite is a commitment to the success of our Scouts. 

Through the Gerald R. Ford Council, adult training is available to help parents learn about the Boy Scouts of America and different roles in the Troop. We encourage our parents to take the training by helping to pay for any cost.

The Parents' Committee serves as the Troop's "Board of Directors". The responsibility of the Parents' Committee is to maintain the troop's finances, serve on Boards of Review, develop a yearly activities program with the Patrol Leaders' Council, plan fund raisers, provide transportation for outings, approve Eagle service projects, and serve as adult leaders in the Troop.

The Troop holds its monthly Parents' meeting on the first Monday of the month at the Grand Rapids Home for Veterans around 7 pm.  All parents are invited to attend and participate.

Please do what you can to support the Troop.  The ultimate beneficiaries of your efforts are your son and his friends.



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