St. Michael’s is an avid supporter of the Boy and Girl Scouts of America. Read below to see our involvement in local troops.
Boy Scouts of America, Troop 183
In January 1983, St. Michael’s was chartered by the Boy Scouts of America to establish Troop 183. The number reflected the month and year of the troop’s incorporation. Since that time, Troop 183 has provided opportunities for a large number of boys to develop life and leadership skills.
Community service is a major component of the Scouting program. This is particularly true of those individuals seeking Scouting highest rank, Eagle Scout. Troop 183 Eagle Scout projects have included blood drives; building improvements at the Red Cross; playground equipment, furniture construction, and a picnic shelter for St. Michael’s; landscaping and garden projects for schools and churches in Noblesville; and the construction of a bridge in Cool Creek Park. In its first 24 years, Troop 183 produced 38 Eagle Scouts.
Regardless of rank, Troop 183 has taught young men to display leadership and value service to others. The troop has been blessed with strong adult involvement. Not all young men in the troop have been members of our church. St. Michael’s is proud of, and committed to, our support of Scouting and the role it plays in the lives of young men.
For more information, please visit bsatroop183.org
For girls in kindergarten and first grade. Meetings are held at St. Michael's on the second Thursday of each month at 6:30p.
Cub Scouts, Troop 211
For boys ages 7-11. Meetings are held at St. Michael's on the second Thursday of each month at 6:30p.