The Patrol Leaders Council

The patrol leaders’ council (PLC) plans the troop program and provides long-range direction.  The PLC holds an annual planning session that creates a calendar of events for the coming year.  The PLC also meets every month to monitor and execute the activities for the troop.  The scoutmaster attends all PLC meetings.  The role of the scoutmaster is a coach and source of information for the council offering suggestions and guidance to the boys.  The boys make the decisions for the troop.  The scoutmaster exercises veto power only when decisions made by the council are deemed unreasonable for reasons of safety, lack of resources, inadequate planning or  violation of BSA policy.

  • Patrol Leaders Council
  • Scoutmaster
  • Senior Patrol Leader
  • Assistant Senior Patrol Leader
  • Patrol Leaders
  • Troop Guides

Troop Organization