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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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

Parent Meeting *RESCHEDULED TO APRIL 18th*

Posted on Apr 5 2017 - 10:51am

The monthly Troop Parent Meeting is moving from next week (April 11) to the following Tuesday (April 18 at 7pm) due to Spring Break and the outing at Grand Canyon. This will be an important meeting for parents as we have a very busy camping schedule coming up, including Summer Camp at Emerald Bay, which is only a little over 2 months away (!)

Cooking Merit Badge, Academic Portion

Posted on Apr 2 2017 - 11:01am
Cooking Merit Badge, Academic Portion

Scouts with a signed blue card may participate in this session, in partial fulfillment of the requirements toward the Merit Badge in Cooking. It is very strongly recommended but not absolutely required that you complete the cooking worksheet, as long as you are able to respond in great detail and with sufficient accuracy in the group session. Be punctual and ready to discuss: 

1. Heath and safety
2. Nutrition
3. Cooking basics
7. Food-related careers
CLICK HERE for additional details and to RSVP.

Adventure Cards

Posted on Mar 29 2017 - 12:16pm
This year the Camp Cards turned into Adventure Cards...There is an instant Albertson's and Von's  $5 discount as well as a $10 discount at Dick's Sporting Goods.  (you gotta buy for it to apply) The rest is done online...You'll see when you receive the card. Discounts from Harbor Freight to Jersey Mike's and tons more...Heck of a deal. Tools and Sandwiches at a discount...No Joke!
Please come find Mr. Boyce and his dynamic duo, Charlie and Levi, at the beginning of the April Meetings to obtain the 2 cards you already paid for...Plus this card gets you into Scout 'O' Rama....Tons of Fun....May 13, 2017 at Oak Canyon Park, 5305 Santiago Canyon Drive, Silverado, CA 92676, from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 ...
Thank you

Reminder: Sign up for Eagle Court of Honor

Posted on Mar 22 2017 - 8:22pm

REMINDER:  Eagle Court of Honor Sign-up

Please RSVP online before or on March 28, 2017. Please include in your count the family members you bring who are not on our membership list.

Thank you for everyone who have already signed up to help with set up (Friday evening and Saturday morning) and clean-up after the event.  We still need more help.

Tradition in our troop is that parents of scouts ranked First Class or higher help with set up before and clean up after the event.

With your RSVP please indicate your choice of set up or clean up.  Thank you for volunteering!

Reminder: Uniform Inspections Begin on Tuesday the 28th

Posted on Mar 22 2017 - 7:52pm

Reminder: Uniform Inspections Begin on Tuesday the 28th!

Please be sure to wear your full uniform to all Troop meetings.  The patrol with the highest scores will earn rewards at the next campout!

Why have uniform inspections?

The Boy Scouts of America has always been a uniformed body. Its uniforms help to create a sense of belonging. They symbolize character development, citizenship training, and personal fitness. Wearing a uniform gives youth and adult members a sense of identification and commitment.

  • Identification. The uniform identifies youth and adult members of the Boy Scouts of America, visible as a force for good in the community. When properly and smartly worn, the uniform can build good unit spirit. When worn on the correct occasions, it can attract new members.
  • Achievement. The uniform shows the wearer’s activity, responsibility, and achievement. What each youth or adult member has accomplished with program opportunities can be recognized by the insignia worn on the uniform.
  • Personal commitment. The uniform is a constant reminder to all Scouts and adults of their commitment to the ideals and purpose of the Boy Scouts of America. The uniform is a way of making visible members’ commitment to a belief in God, loyalty to country, and helping others at all times.

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