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Troop 230 is a boy-led troop in Lake Oswego for Scouts aged 11-17. Select "About Us" to learn more.

For boys age 6-10, Cub Scouts is for them. We are not Cub Scouts, but click here for contact info on local Cub Packs.

RETURNING FROM SUMMER CAMP

Posted on Jul 29 2016 - 4:51am



We return from Camp Baldwin Saturday, July 30th, appoximately 11:00 am. Meet at LO Jr High (Not OLLFull info here.

CANOE WILLAMETTE 50 MILER

Posted on Jul 23 2016 - 11:32pm


Two spots left for adults. All Scout spots are full. A maximum of 16 Scouts & 4 adults may register for the multi-day canoe trip on the Willamette River. There is no age restriction. Register here.

3 FINGERED JACK TO MT. JEFFERSON

Posted on Jul 23 2016 - 11:32pm


Two spots left! A maximum of 12 Scouts & adults may sign up for our multi-day backpacking trip on the Pacific Crest Trail. Sun., July 31 - Thur., Aug 4. Register here.


SPECIAL TROOP MEETING MON., AUG. 15

Posted on Jul 23 2016 - 11:32pm

Troop 230 and The Knights Of Columbus will retire American flags no longer suitable for display.

This special troop meeting starts 30 minutes earlier than normal.

Mon., Aug. 15, 7:00 pm
George Rogers Park lower picnic shelter.

3 EAGLES AND THE MAYOR

Posted on Jul 3 2016 - 12:30am

Lake Oswego Mayor Kent Studebaker attended the Eagle Court Of Honor on May 22nd for three Scouts from Troop 230.

Thomas F., 18; Jed G., 16; and Kevin M., 16, received Scouting’s highest rank.

The Lake Oswego Review featured a story on it. Also see our Eagles page.

CAN SCIENCE FICTION PREPARE YOU FOR AN EARTHQUAKE?

Posted on Mar 8 2016 - 10:43pm

This week, Adam Rothstein released a realistic fiction piece about a big earthquake striking Portland.  Rothstein spent nearly a year researching possible scenarios after a hypothetical 9.0 magnitude earthquake epicentered 50 miles off the Oregon coast. As Rothstein explains in his introduction, using speculative fiction is a device to “engage the threat.”  Thinking about these scenarios motivates people to become more disaster ready. Be prepared!

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