Troop 107 is chartered by St. John's Episcopal Church in Corona, California and has enjoyed more than 30 years of scouting to date. Our troop has monthly activities like camping, backpacking, whitewater rafting, canoeing, shotgun shooting, fishing, and much more. We generally also do a service project each month, in addition to going on outings, and attend a week-long residential summer camp each year. We also have weekly meetings where we practice for our big outing by doing first aid, knots & lashings, wilderness survival, and earn ranks. Troop 107 is truly a boy-run, boy-led troop in philosophy and action; our troop's adults support the direction of the scouts and provide for our safety and supervision needs.
Troop 107 is a traditional scouting unit where boys ages 11 through 17 from all religious faiths, ethnic backgrounds, and local schools are welcome to join. Age 10 boys are permitted to join only if they have already completed the fifth grade or have already received the Arrow of Light Award in Cub Scouting. No boys younger than 10 or older than 17 are eligible for Boy Scout membership, as per BSA rules.
Prospective Troop 107 scouts and parents can read our Troop 107 New Scout and Parent Guidebook for more information about Boy Scouting, the differences between Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts, and how Troop 107 is organized. You may also view our Ways to Help Prepare Your Son for Boy Scouts handout.
Our weekly troop meetings are held at St. John's, located at the corner of Magnolia and Ontario Avenues in Corona (across from Santana Park), on Tuesdays from 6:30 to 8 p.m. If you are thinking of joining Boy Scouts, please come visit us during one of our meetings so we can answer your questions and so you can meet our scouts and leaders.
Thank you for your interest in Boy Scouts and in Troop 107.