Our mission is to prepare the youth members to make ethical and moral choices over their lifetimes by instilling in them the values of the Scout Oath and Law.
Troop 2970 provides an enriching environment to support every youth in the community to become a responsible, participating citizen and leader who is guided by the Scout Oath and Law.
We function with a focus on the Patrol and EDGE method to ensure Scouts are able to learn in grow within a proven framework for success. The adult leaders act as positive role models for the members of the troop and provide guidance to the Scout leadership team.
Meet the Adult Leadership
Our adult leaders have a passion for Scouting and a commitment to service within the Troop and the Community. Their commitment to the advancement of the scouting program is strong, and is an inspiration for all of our adult leaders to also get involved to make a difference.
Troop for Boys
Troop for Girls
Troop Committee Chair
Mr. Carroll joined Troop 2970 in 2011 as an Assistant Scoutmaster and accepted the position of Scoutmaster in 2017. He has served the troop mentoring youth leaders during weekend campouts and summer camp events. Mr. Carroll has supported the troop’s vision to deliver an outstanding outdoor adventure program by advising scouts during the planning and execution phases of high adventure treks to BSA bases at Lenhok’sin, Florida Sea Base, Philmont, Northern Tier, and on unsupported treks on the Appalachian Trail, Alaska and Yellowstone National Park. He believes that all scouts deserve trained leaders. As such, he serves on the Goose Creek District Training Team to deliver Introduction to Outdoor Leadership Skills, and he serves the National Capital Area Council as an Instructor for Backcountry Outdoor Leadership Skills, Powderhorn, and University of Scouting. Mr. Carroll has served annually on the council’s Wood Badge Staff since 2013 and was the Course Director for the Spring 2018 course.