Welcome to Boy Scout Troop 365!


Greetings! Troop 365 is a boy-run troop based in Glendale, Arizona. Our troop is chartered and meets weekly at the Dream City Church Glendale Campus on Monday evenings.

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Please note that our Boy Scout troop is for boys ages 11-18. Boys under the age of 11 may want to check out Cub Scouts. Cub Scout Pack 365 also meets at Dream City Church. For more information, visit http://troopwebhostcs.org/pack365glendale/.

Note: Access to main areas of the troop web site is restricted to troop members. If you are a member of Troop 365, please use your login to view the entire web site, including the calendar, roster, forms, and other useful information.

If you are a current troop member (leaders, scouts, and parents), and you do not know how to log in to the web site, please contact us via this form for access or see Terri King during any troop meeting.


Hot! Flag Service Subscription Route Sign Up: Need Driver + 5 Scouts

Posted by tstokes on May 16 2019 - 10:26pm


We still need 1 adult driver and up to 5 Scouts to sign up for our Memorial Day Flag Subscription routes.  Again, if you are the parent of a new-to-our-Troop Scout, or a parent who has not participated in driving a route this year, we highly encourage you to sign up for this important Troop fundraiser (the ONLY fundraiser) event.  As a reminder, parents who drive will receive a one-time $10 Fry's grocery gift card for gas/coffee, and Scouts receive service hours that equal money that goes into their Scout accounts to be used for uniforms, camp fees, annual registration, etc.  However, and most importantly, take this opportunity to honor those who gave all...so, parents who are Veterans, I am looking at YOU...

Seabase Summer 2020

Posted by tking on May 14 2019 - 8:39am

Are you a registered Boy Scout or Adult Leader?

Will you be 13 years of age prior to May 31, 2020?

Are you in good health evidenced by your BSA Annual Health and Medical Record?

Have you always wanted to go to SEA BASE?

If you answered YES to all of these questions, and you are ready to commit, PLEASE bring your $50 non refundable DEPOSIT no later than May 20, 2019.

Also please send an email to gmyrekfamily@gmail.com and let us know that, “YES, you are going on a Sea Base Adventure next summer”.

You can also send questions. Trip reservations are limited and are filling fast so please turn in your $50 DEPOSIT no later than May 20, 2019.

For more information about Sea Base, please go to  http://www.bsaseabase.org

1.  Which adventure were we considering?   All trips are not available, because they are already full. Registration opened in January. We are a little late. We will have to take what is available. We are looking at Trips to Bahamas (need to get a passport) and trips to St. Thomas (passport recommended). We are not looking at Florida trips at this time.

2.  What dates are being considering? Because many dates are already taken, our choices are limited to what is still available. Not knowing what trip or what size crew makes it impossible to pick a date at this time. Hopefully, we will be able to make this choice at the Monday meeting. Note one of the open dates includes 4th of July.

3.  What would be the approximate cost per scout/adult? At this time, we do not know what adventure or how many people will be attending. We do know that everyone going on the trip will have to pay for air travel, at least 1 night in a hotel, taxi to and from the harbor, a couple of extra meals, spending money and the cost of the Sea Base Adventure. Other costs to consider, any personal items/equipment, camera/clothes/passport. With all of that in mind, it is impossible to say exactly how much the trip will cost, but the best estimate for total costs per participant is about $1,600 - $1,900. If you would like to see the estimated payment calendar, see Gabby at the next meeting. FYI the Troop does have camp scholarship money. I am not sure if those monies would be available for this trip or who would qualify, but it might be worth it for individuals to ask Sheila B. Sea Base also has scholarships. Check the website.

4. Can we fundraise? Yes!

Opportunity #1 You can sell camp cards, which have a bunch of discounts, including 20% off at Big 5 Sporting Goods, up to $10 off at Dick’s Sporting Goods, and much mort! For each card you sell for $10, $3.50 will go directly to your Scout account. Contact Mr. Hetrick (rjhetrick@gmail.com) and tell me how many cards you want.  An adult will need to sign for them, and you up to April 26th to sell them.

Opportunity #2 Attend Flag Fundraising Days. The next one is coming up soon. Check the website.

Opportunity #3 Do you have a good idea? Great! Let’s do it! Email it to gmyrekfamily@gmail.com

5. Do Scouts need to be a certain Rank to attend? No, but SCOUTS must  be 13 years old before the first day of the trip. No exceptions. Other requirements: All participants will need to swim around the boat unassisted (swim check) and provide a Dr. signed BSA Medical Exam.

6. When is the first payment due? We will be collecting a $50 deposit NOW through MAY 20, 2019. Once payments are made, they can not be refunded unless, the trip is canceled by the Troop or if you find another scout/adult to take your place. If you ever need a ‘replacement’, please let Gabby Gmyrek know. We will try to help you find one.


7. How many spots are there? We are hoping to take at least 10 boys and 2 adults. Currently, there are 8 boys interested, but unpaid and 3 adults interested but un paid. Each trip must include spots for a minimum of 2 adults.

If you have any other questions, just ask.

Gabby Gmyrek

Surpise! Camp Raymond 2019 Changed to Camp Geronimo 2019!!

Posted by rjhetrickjr on May 11 2019 - 11:00am


Due to a big drop in Summer Camp Registrations, the Grand Canyon Council has decided tro have Summer Camp ONLY at Camp Geronimo this summer.  We will move from Session 4 at Camp Raymond to Session 4 at Camp Geronimo, with the only time change being that we will almost surely start Saturday, June 22.  The other two messages about signing up/paying costs and merit badge signup will be changed as soon as we learn a few more things.  If you want to hear it as they have announced it, go to https://docs.wixstatic.com/ugd/3ba018_07f58a2f4539460fa388edeea9f36de0.pdf

Upcoming Council Merit Badge Clinics

Posted by tking on Apr 29 2019 - 8:28am

Here are some of the links to Grand Canyon Council's upcoming Merit Badge Clinics (all of these will fill up fast!):

*SAVE THE DATE* Ashley Furniture HomeStore Merit Badge Day (At least 8) – October 26th at the Tempe Location

*SAVE THE DATE* Grand Canyon Council BIG Merit Badge Expo – November 1st-3rd at the Heard Scout Pueblo Scout Camp (At least 50 Merit Badges)

Look for upcoming Electronics, Aviation, and more Merit Badge Clinic Dates.

Look for upcoming Surveying, Aviation, and more Merit Badge Clinic Dates

To stay up to date, please join the Grand Canyon Council Facebook Page.

Attention Adults

Posted by tking on Mar 10 2019 - 2:07pm

Are you a Merit Badge Counselors? Do you want to be a Merit Badge Counselor?

All Merit Badge Counselors must keep their youth protection training up to date.  Any counselor who did not retake youth protection training after 2/1/2018 will not be reregistered when we reregister merit badge counselors at the end of April 2019.

Also note that starting in April 2020, all merit badge counselors must also be trained as a merit badge counselor to be reregistered.  That training is online at http://my.scouting.org   To take it, log in, click on the BSA Learn Center icon on the right; click on Program; click on Scouts BSA.  

To see if Council sees you as trained, go to the current MBC listings here: https://www.grandcanyonbsa.org/meritbadgecounseling   Password is GCCMBC2018

For more information on training, see the council training page here: https://www.grandcanyonbsa.org/training

If you need more info, please let me know and remember that the Scouts need you!

Yours in scouting,
Gabby Gmyrek
Troop 365

July 20-28: CO High Adventure Backpack

Posted by tking on Feb 25 2019 - 7:22am

Attention all scouts/scouters! Please check your calendars and plan to join us July 20-28, 2019 for a high adventure backpack in the Colorado Wilderness. We are hiking part of the Rocky Mountains near Durango Colorado.  We will be hiking in the Weminuche wilderness area (Pronounced "WHEM-a-nooch"), at times hiking above the tree line in the high country between 10,000 and 12,500 feet. We plan on taking the scenic Durango - Silverton train to drop us off and/or pick us up in the wilderness area. We plan to hike approximately 35- 45 miles in 7 days on the trail, along the way we will have the opportunity to climb 14,000 foot mountain peaks. We will be camping near lakes and streams - guaranteed great views and vistas all along trail. 

Requirements:  This is a high adventure outing, experienced backpacking skills and Physical conditioning required. There is a maximum of group size of 15 in the wilderness area.

The cost of the trip is approximately $325 dollars. This cost includes trail food, train travel, camp fees, 2 travel meals and transportation fuel. $100 due May 1st to reserve your spot and make train reservations. Additional $ due by end of May to purchase the trail food. The remainder is due before we leave on July 20th. 

Please sign up online here as soon as possible.   We will have a pre-meeting with attendees to finalize itinerary, food, and logistics.


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