Welcome! We are glad you have chosen Troop 61.  For boys coming into Scouting for the first time or transferring from another unit, it is our hope you will find the Troop 61 experience challenging and rewarding. 

We are an active Troop and will provide you with many opportunities for adventure and advancement.  We canoe lakes and rivers, hike through forests and mountains, go snowshoeing, explore caves, attend summer camp, travel to high-adventure camps, and much more.

All the information you need to get started is included in this folder:

New Scout Checklist.docx (For Scouts to do)

and New Parent Checklist.docx (For Parents to do)

Youth Application

Boy Scout Medical Forms (A and B is required for all outings, part C is required for events >72 hours)

Troop 61 Organizational Chart (Jan 2020).pptx

A New Parent and Youth Guide to a Boy Led Troop.pdf

Uniform Inspection Sheet.pdf

Troop 2019 2020 calendar.xlsx

Recommended Equipment Lists

How to use a Blue Card

Please recognize that Boy Scouts is different than Cub Scouts.  The most noticeable difference is that the boys provide their own leadership and learn as they experience the activities they plan together.  

Troop 61 meets at 7:15 pm at Gloria Dei Lutheran Church in Lynnwood, WA.  The meetings usually end around 8:45.  In conjunction with the Webmaster and Scribe, we try to keep an updated calendar on our website (https://troop-61lynnwood.trooptrack.com).  Uniforms for meetings are Class A (Field uniform) during the school year, and Class B (T Shirt/Activity Uniform) during the summer months.

Additional t-shirts are available from the Advancement Coordinator for $10.  Registration costs $67.  Subscription to Boys Life Magazine is $12 for the year.  Troop dues are $10 per month. Please make checks payable to Troop 61.  Most Troop communication is via email for convenience and speed.  Please ensure your family’s email address is kept up to date in TroopTrack.


Welcome! We are glad you have chosen Troop 61.  For boys coming into Scouting for the first time or transferring from another unit, it is our hope you will find the Troop 61 experience challenging and rewarding. 

We are an active Troop and will provide you with many opportunities for adventure and advancement.  We canoe lakes and rivers, hike through forests and mountains, go snowshoeing, explore caves, attend summer camp, travel to high-adventure camps, and much more.

All the information you need to get started is included in this folder:

New Scout Checklist.docx (For Scouts to do)

and New Parent Checklist.docx (For Parents to do)

Youth Application

Boy Scout Medical Forms (A and B is required for all outings, part C is required for events >72 hours)

Troop 61 Organizational Chart (Jan 2020).pptx

A New Parent and Youth Guide to a Boy Led Troop.pdf

Uniform Inspection Sheet.pdf

Troop 2019 2020 calendar.xlsx

Recommended Equipment Lists

How to use a Blue Card

Please recognize that Boy Scouts is different than Cub Scouts.  The most noticeable difference is that the boys provide their own leadership and learn as they experience the activities they plan together.  

Troop 61 meets at 7:15 pm at Gloria Dei Lutheran Church in Lynnwood, WA.  The meetings usually end around 8:45.  In conjunction with the Webmaster and Scribe, we try to keep an updated calendar on our website (https://troop-61lynnwood.trooptrack.com).  Uniforms for meetings are Class A (Field uniform) during the school year, and Class B (T Shirt/Activity Uniform) during the summer months.

Additional t-shirts are available from the Advancement Coordinator for $10.  Registration costs $67.  Subscription to Boys Life Magazine is $12 for the year.  Troop dues are $10 per month. Please make checks payable to Troop 61.  Most Troop communication is via email for convenience and speed.  Please ensure your family’s email address is kept up to date in TroopTrack.

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