Buddhist Church of Sacramento Buddhist Church of Sacramento 
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 Boy Scout Troop 50

Boy Scout Troop 206Troop 50 was originally organized in the 1930's by the members of the Sacramento Betsuin Buddhist Church. At the outbreak of World War II, the Troop was disbanded. The troop was inactive until 1962 when Troop 50 was reorganized and chartered under the leadership of Mr. Akio Imai. The Troop continues to be sponsored by the Sacramento Betsuin Buddhist Church.

Boy Scouting is fun and rewarding! The mission of the Boy Scouts Of America to serve others by helping to instill values in young people and, in other ways, to prepare them to make ethical choices during their lifetime in achieving their full potential. Boy Scouting works toward three aims. One is growth in moral strength and character. A second aim is participating citizenship. A third aim of Boy Scouting is development of physical, mental, and emotional fitness. The boy scouts program is designed for all boys who:
  1. have completed the fifth grade or
  2. have attained the Arrow of Light while in Cub Scouts or
  3. are 11-18 years of age.

For more information on the Boy Scout Troop 50, please visit their website: http://sactroop50.webs.com


Cub Scouts Pack 50:Cub Scouts Pack 50

Designed for boys ranging in age from 6 to 10, the Cub Scouts have many family activities and outings.  The program is fun and designed to instill strong family values.

Please follow this link for more information:


http://sites.google.com/site/sacpack50/  (Internal - Require Access Approval)



Girl Scouts Troop 569

Girl ScoutsThe organization is composed of several age groups ranging from age 5 to 18.  Many of the activities are designed to promote fellowship and community service.  The Girl Scout Troop is among the largest and most active in the Sacramento area.  It is also well known for selling the "most Girl Scout Cookies in the World" — over 23,000 boxes this year!

The scouts gather three times a year to participate in the Investiture/Rededication Ceremony, Thinking Day event and the Bridging Ceremony.

The link to the Girl Scouts of America is http://www.girlscouts.org/