About The Troop
Our Charter Organization
Our pack is chartered by the great folks at the Rotary Club of Sparks Centennial Sunrise.
The Rotary Club of Sparks Centennial Sunrise was chartered on February 23, 2005 with 33 charter members. Our club was sponsored by all the Area Eight (Reno/Sparks) Rotary clubs and owes its existence to the work of Past President Scott Barnes, Past President David Read (Sparks Downtown) and Past President Vicki Puliz (Sparks Downtown).
Visit www.sparkscentennialrotary.com for more information.
Our troop goes on several hikes throughout the year. Check the events page for the next one!
The Truckee River flows through our area and brings with it many great fishing opportunities. Be sure to join us on our next fishing trip.
Our pack volunteers several times per year to clean parks, volunteer at the food bank, visit with senior citizens, help our local schools, and to honor our veterans and first responders.
This bi-weekly meeting is where the learning, singing, laughing, and playing happens. We teach valuable skills to the scouts while keeping it fun.
Our favorite troop adventures are the many troop campouts. Held in one of the many wonderful camping locations near us.
Why Scouts BSA?
Scouting is about adventure and service. Scouts start with their best right now selves and grow into their very best future selves. It’s fun, hands-on learning and achievement that puts the scouts in the middle of the action and prepares them for today – and for life.