Welcome to Boy Scout Troop 365!

WE ARE LOOKING FOR ALL OF OUR TROOP 365 EAGLE SCOUTS TO JOIN US AT OUR EAGLE REUNION & CELEBRATION ON DECEMBER 22, 2018! Use the Click and Register button below to get all the details and RSVP.

Eventbrite - Troop 365 100 Eagle Celebration

EAGLE SCOUTS: Send photos and a description of your Eagle project to photos@troop365.org to be included in a special slideshow at the event. Thank you!

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.

  • To learn more about scouting in general, visit BeAScout.org.
  • Interested in visiting or joining? Please see About Us and How to Join on the menu bar on the left side of the page.

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.

For general inquiries, service requests, and more information about our troop, please contact us.

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/.

114 Eagle Scouts!!!

Posted by coless on Nov 11 2018 - 10:37am

Congratulations to Caedmon Berry, Matthew Monaghan, Blake Nuckolls, Richard Wilson, and Gavin Lamont for achieving the rank of Eagle Scout! All of the leaders in the troop are very proud of these young men!

We now have 114 Eagle Scouts in the troop - 16 earned this year alone - the most we've ever had in one year's time. This is a great accomplishment!

Citizenship Merit Badge Classes

Posted by tking on Nov 9 2018 - 4:29pm

Mr. Wilse has returned for the winter and is available every Monday evening at 6:30 PM (before our regular troop meeting begins at 7 PM) for any scouts interested in completing any or all of the citizenship merit badges which are ALL Eagle required. This is an EXCELLENT opportunity for all our scouts to take advantage of each winter while Mr. Wilse is here (usually through the end of March).

In order to participate, you must be prepared with the following:

Arrive promptly at 6:30 PM at the Bridge to begin. Mr. Wilse will be there every Monday from Nov. 12 onward until he leaves the area in the spring.

Troop Election Results & Youth Leadership Training

Posted by tking on Nov 9 2018 - 4:19pm

Congratulations to the following scouts elected or appointed to leadership positions on November 5, 2018:

  • Senior Patrol Leader: Grant Valentine
  • ASPL Programs: Matthew Oless
  • ASPL Service: Richard Wilson
  • Bears Patrol Leader: Alex Gmyrek
  • Buccaneers Patrol Leader: Wyatt Rosevear
  • Dragons Patrol Leader: Carter Griebling
  • Falcons Patrol Leader: Mason Montejo (Assistant Patrol Leader - Ryan Hadden)
  • Phoenix Patrol Leader: David Wilson
  • Troop Guide: Marcus Hester
  • Troop Scribe: Michael Oless
  • Instructors: Thomas Ambelang, Ryan Hadden, Zack Harris, & Zachary Scott
  • Den Chiefs: Connor McDonald & Mason Montejo

If you do not see your position listed here but believe you have been elected or appointed, please contact your SPL to ensure your position has been recorded and you are receiving credit for that leadership position. Mrs. King records the leadership positions in the database and posts them here. If it isn't listed here, you need to communicate with the SPL who then needs to relay the information to Mrs. King because you are NOT currently receiving credit for it.

If you need or desire a leadership position, contact your SPL ASAP for a list of open leadership positions in the troop.

Youth Leadership Training is now scheduled for Dec. 1st at 9 AM. All youth elected or appointed to leadership positions should plan to attend this mandatory training (even if you've attended in the past). This is your personal opportunity to grow in your leadership skills and learn about what is needed to become successful in your new troop position.  Even if you have been to YLT before, this is an important meeting to learn to work with your new fellow leaders and share your experiences from positions you have already held.


Rechartering for 2019 - Not done yet! Back on Monday November 12 DRATS!! GRRRRRR!

Posted by tking on Nov 9 2018 - 11:56am

While it's fair to say that we made a lot of progress at what was supposed to be our "last" rechartering night on Monday, November 5, we are still way short of the mark of having everybody in the fold or at least telling me where they stand.  If you haven't come to see us in the lobby yet or otherwise reached me, please read the following.

  1. If you're a youth or adult coming back and you haven't paid yet or arranged for transfer from your unit account, that's what we are doing in the lobby.  SEE US!
  2. If you are an adult that still needs the new Youth Protection Training (YPT), please do that first. Bring a copy of the proof just to be safe, although I may tell you that I do not need it if I can find your status online.  https://my.scouting.org is the place to go.
  3. If you are somewhere between being a youth and adult - i.e. you turned 18 in 2018 and still want to be eligible to come to our events in 2019. you need to fill out an adult application and attach evidence of YPT completion.  We'll need $33 from you for 2019.
  4. If you are cutting ties with us as of 1/1/2019, please tell us - especially the Scouts.  I have to put a reason down for each one of the "drops" during the online rechartering process, and certify that there has been contact with you.  "Trustworthy" says I need to hear from you, and I will reach out to all the others and want that list to be as short as possible.


Bob Hetrick - Rechartering Sherpa with trusty sidekick Gabby Gmyrek

Troop 365 is on Twitter @Troop365AZ

Posted by awilson on Nov 4 2018 - 7:52pm

Our Troop now has a Twitter account @Troop365AZ. It was initiated in order to connect with Eagle Scouts to let them know about the upcoming, Celebration of Eagles on December 22nd. This account was created within the BSA Social Media Guidelines and its Social Media Playbook.  You can also find our recent press releases under Menu/files/press releases. If you have any questions please contact Paula Wilson.

Summer 2019 High Adventure Info

Posted by tking on Oct 29 2018 - 7:52am

Emerald Bay High Adventure (California) - June 9-16, 2019
ASM: Phil Valentine

 Calling ALL High Adventure Scouts!

Participants in Rugged Explorers must be 14 years old by September 1st, 2019.

Troop 365 is going to Catalina Island to experience the Rugged ‘E’ Program offered at Camp Emerald Bay.  Emerald Bay, located on the undeveloped West End of Catalina Island, enjoys unparalleled access to the natural gems of Catalina’s singular ecosystem.  The secluded beaches and coves that surround Emerald Bay, boast world-renowned snorkeling and diving, frequently counted among the top ten destinations in the world.

As Rugged Explorers, you will be challenged to experience a little bit of everything.  You will lead your crew up one of the highest peaks in Catalina Island, soar down hills on a unique mountain biking endeavor, cruise through crystal waters in a canoe, snorkel the brilliant waters surrounding the camp, and spend many starlit nights on beaches around the island.

Explorers will be physically challenged during their week at camp.

Dates:  June 9 – June 16, 2019

Cost:  $664 plus transportation

Payment Schedule: 

  • $100 - Deposit required by November 19, 2018
  • $200 - 2nd payment due by December 31, 2018
  • $250 - 3rd payment due by February 25, 2019
  • $114 – Final payment due by May 13, 2019

Needed:  Qualified adventurous scouts and at least 2 adults.


Check it out and let Mr. Valentine know ASAP if you are interested.

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