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About Us

Troop 104 is the perfect size to ensure that scouts can experience high quality outdoor adventures, explore their leadership potential and receive quality instruction from senior Scouts and trained Scouters. Our program emphasizes inclusion of all scouts from the moment they bridge or join the troop. Younger scouts are placed into existing patrols where they can learn from senior Scouts using the patrol method. Outdoor programs are structured so that activities, adventures and advancement opportunities exist for scouts at all levels. For more information, download our brochure.

Troop 104 at a glance
  • Founded in 1996
  • Meet Mondays @ 7 pm at the Raleigh Elks Lodge
  • Camping trips once a month
  • Summer camp every year
  • 52 Eagle Scouts in past 14 years (>10%, national average <5%)
  • Scouts have attended National and World Jamborees, Philmont, and Sea Base
  • 4 scouts appointed to service academies (2 at West Point, 1 at Air Force Academy and Coast Guard Academy)
  • John Bardin is the 9th and current Scoutmaster
  • Dedicated parental support through Troop Committee and Assistant Scoutmasters

Visit Troop 104
You are welcome to visit any Monday night at 7pm. You do not need to contact us in advance - just show up and ask where the the Boy Scouts are meeting.

Location
Elks Lodge
5538 Lead Mine Road
Raleigh, NC 27612
Falls District


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Troop 104 in Raleigh, North Carolina, is part of the:
Impeesa District
Occoneechee Council
Boy Scouts of America (BSA)



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