Welcome to Troop 235!

"In the 30 years that I've been doing this for a living, I've never had a parent say to me, 'I regretted the time I spent with my son or child in Scouting.'"

---Roy L. Williams, Chief Scout Executive, Boy Scouts of America

Welcome to BSA Troop 235 website.

Interested in joining our Troop?

Ages:  Boy Scouts is for all boys ages 11-17 (Grades 5-12).

Meetings:  Troop 235 meets on Tuesday nights at 7:00 in the new Fellowship Building at Red Hill Lutheran Church, located at 13200 Red Hill Avenue, Tustin, CA 92780.

You are always welcome to visit our Troop meetings and learn about our many activities. We are very active and camp almost every month.  Select "Contact Us" and send us a message.  We can schedule a visit and let you know what activities are planned for upcoming meetings.

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For Current Members:  If you wish to have an Announcement or Event placed on the Website/EBlast or you need to send a Troop wide E-mail, please send the information to the Webmaster via the "Contact Us" link.


Note: To protect the privacy of our Scouts, only members are allowed access to this site. If you are a member who needs access, please use the "Contact Us" link and provide your name, your scout's name, and an updated email address

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Lifesaving Workshop

Posted on Apr 19 2017 - 4:22pm

Howdy Parents -

If you'd like to help give your son some extra aquatic confidence and skills before Summer Camp, while earning one of the "Eagle required" Merit Badges, there's a one-day, 2-1/2 hour Lifesaving Workshop being offered at the Waterworks Aquatics School in Irvine.

The cost is $40. A Lifesaving Merit Badge course is also offered for free at Emerald Bay, but some Scouts want to free up that period every day at Camp for the many other water-related Merit Badges and activities there, such as Kayaking, Motorboating, Sailing, etc.

Troop 235 – Oso Lake Service Project

Posted on Apr 19 2017 - 1:41pm

Troop 235 – Oso Lake Service Project

Apr 29 2017 7:00am - 12:00pm

Mark your calendars and please sign up so we know you are coming. We need 100% scout participation in this project. 

Click here for more details and to sign up

Camporee Permission Slip

Posted on Apr 19 2017 - 7:41am
Dear Parents,
Camporee requires an individual Permission Slip for scout participation.  Can you please download and fill out the PDF Form and bring it with your scout when you drop them off.
CLICK HERE for more details on Camporee campout.
Thank you.
Sean N.

Summer Camp - Emerald Bay **Registration is now open**

Posted on Apr 12 2017 - 4:29pm

It's almost that time again for the most important activity in a Boy Scout's year: Summer Camp! Once again Troop 235 is returning to Camp Emerald Bay on beautiful Catalina Island, and space is available on a first come, first served basis, so don't miss the boat --- register early. Every summer, thousands of Boy Scouts travel from all across the country to visit Emerald Bay, regarded as one of the finest BSA Summer Camp experiences anywhere, and we're blessed to have it right here in our back yard, with unmatched ocean- and nature-related opportunities for our boys.

CLICK HERE for addtional details and to sign up.

Mandatory Grand Canyon Backpacking Downhill Gear Check

Posted on Apr 5 2017 - 9:19pm

Mandatory Grand Canyon Backpacking Downhill Gear Check

Start: 2 PM April 9, 2017

End: 3:30 PM April 9, 2017

Event Details:

All participants must attend this Grand Canyon downhill gear check. Bring all your gear for the Grand Canyon. We will go through the checklist handed out and emailed to you, verifying that each participant has all the gear needed for backpacking at the Grand Canyon. We will also cover any last minute details.

Scout Skills Campout

Posted on Apr 5 2017 - 3:14pm

Event Details:

Scoutcraft and Fishing Campout

Start: May 12 2017 - 4:30pm

End: May 14 2017 - 2:00pm

Location: Pinezanita Campground (Near Lake Cuyamaca)

Event Details:


A full weekend working with new scouts on their scout skills. New Scouts will have opportunities to learn and sign off many requirements for Tenderfoot, 2nd Class and 1st Class rank advancement. You do not want to miss this campout!


There is an on-site pond/lake that is fully stocked for fishing. Scouts can bring their own gear or rent at the campsite. We will have limited amounts of gear to borrow.


Scouts ranking 1st Class and above will be teaching younger Scouts using the EDGE method. This is required for higher rank advancement.

CLICK HERE for more details and to RSVP

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