Scouting

Overview

Scouting

Buddhist Church of Sacramento offers a place for our scouting programs to meet and conduct various troop activities including formal scouting programs such as Boy Scout Court of Honor, Girl Scout Bridging, and Cub Scout Arrow of Light. Our scouting program is not associated with religious aspects of our temple and we welcome all school age children interested in being part of a large community of scouts. Our scouting program is successful thanks to many parents who volunteer their time and skills to serve as adult leaders.

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Girl Scout Troop 569
Scouting

Girl Scouting builds girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place. Troop 569 is part of the Land Park Service Unit within the Girl Scout Heart of Central California Council. Established in 1992, the 569 Girl Scout Troop is among the largest and most active in the Sacramento area with over 200 girls, 20+ individual troops and 50+ leaders. We provide a place for troops to meet and work together.

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Boy Scouts Troop 50
Scouting

Boy Scout Troop 50 is composed of boys ranging in age from 11 to 18. The Scouts enjoy many outings and participate in service activities for the Buddhist Church of Sacarmento. The Scout Sunday, held on the first Sunday in February is attended by all Scouting organizations. In addition, Boy Scout Troop 50 participates in the camporees with other Buddhist Temple sponsored Troops throughout the western states. The boys also enjoy a Scouting Exchange with Scouts from Matsuyama, Japan.

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Cub Scouts Pack 50
Scouting

Pack 50 is the Cub Scouts program sponsored by the Buddhist Church of Sacramento. As an organization, we have been in existence since 1972 and are consistently recognized as one of the most successful Packs in the district. A majority of our Cub Scouts progress on to Boy Scouts and a high percentage of our Scouts progress through the ranks and achieve their Eagle Scout Award, the highest rank in Scouting. Our Pack is part of the Capital City District of the Golden Empire Council of the Boy Scouts of America.