Family Camp

Family Camp united families and scouts for an exciting outdoor experience. The campsite provided a scenic backdrop for setting up tents and creating a cozy atmosphere. The dessert competition showcased scouts’ culinary skills with delightful treats. The nearby lake offered opportunities for canoeing. A heartwarming Sunday dinner brought families closer, fostering connections and creating cherished memories.

Shooting Sports Weekend

Troop 27 organized an exhilarating Shooting Sports Weekend, where participants engaged in a variety of shooting activities, including rifles, slingshots, and archery. This event emphasized teamwork, discipline, and firearm safety, providing a memorable and exciting experience for all those involved.

Memorial Day Flag Planting

A misty Memorial Day at Skylawn Cemetery saw a heartfelt flag planting event to honor veterans. Scouts gathered to place flags on veterans’ graves, paying respects to their sacrifices. Before the event, scouts enjoyed donuts, fostering community spirit. The event provided a meaningful opportunity for reflection and gratitude, uniting the community in honoring the bravery of those who served.


Every year, the Pacific Skyline Council holds a Camporee, which is a weekend-long camping trip where all of the troops in the council compete in a series of events, testing skills such as fire building, knots, archery, tomahawks, and more. Overall, T27 had an outstanding performance. Although the 2 senior patrols were not counted in the overall awards ceremony, the other patrols showed their skill winning 8 out of 19 with a competition of over 4 troops.

-Aaren Ruparel