Welcome to the Troop 634 Web site!

Troop 634 is a "boy run" troop located in Lake Forest, California.

We have been an established troop for over 45 years and are one of the city's oldest troops.

We hold our troop meetings on the 1st & 3rd Wednesdays of the Month from 7:30 - 8:45 pm, at Rancho Canada Elementary School in Lake Forest.  Our Coed Venturing Crew meets on the 4th Thursday of the month.  Pack 634 is meeting on the 2d & 4th Wednesdays of the month from 6:45 - 7:45 pm.

Troop 634 holds the safety and protection of our scouts as our number one priority.  For more information, visit the National Boy Scouts of America Youth Protection page.


Posted on May 1 2019 - 6:11pm

The BSA offers specialized outdoor ethics and Leave No Trace training courses to assist youth and adult members seeking to bring cutting-edge outdoor ethics to their outdoor programs. BSA Leave No Trace 101 is a general introduction to Leave No Trace ethics and skills. The course is designed to help youth and adults at all program levels understand the general principles of Leave No Trace and how to apply them in the general BSA outdoor program. It is also designed to give adult volunteers the confidence to assess youth understanding and skills for purposes of signing off on Second Class and First Class rank requirements and Venturing Outdoor Bronze and Ranger Award requirements.

Merit Badge Training at Roundtables

Posted on Apr 10 2019 - 3:09pm

Dear Scouters:

My name is Dennis Percell and I am the Boy Scout Roundtable Commissioner for the Saddleback District.  The roundtable team is very excited about this year and want to make sure our leaders, parents and scouts are aware of the topics available to them. This year the roundtable team is asking our units for
an increase of attendance at our district roundtables. 

Our goal is simple:  one representative from each unit.  Obviously all are welcome but we are striving for one representative from each unit. 

Roundtables are a great way for new parents to get involved on the unit committee.  Its two days a month.  One to attend roundtable and one to report back at the unit committee meeting.  Roundtables are also a great source of information to our leaders and parents.

To help increase attendance, the roundtable team will be offering a series of merit badges every three months.  Our first merit badge for April & May will be Fly Fishing.   The merit badge will take place during roundtable.  The cost for the scout is simple.  It's free as long as the scout has a parent or leader (one per scout) from their unit attend roundtable.  Please pass this along to your scouts and families.  If they are
interested in attending, please have them RSVP with me at

I am available for any questions.  Thank you and we look forward to seeing you at roundtable.

Adventure Card Payments

Posted on Mar 25 2019 - 9:22am

Adventure Card payments can now be made through Paypal on our Website.  Go to Menu and down to Online Payments.  We will receive extra $'s back from Council if we promptly pay.  Thanks.

Parents Please Post Camping, Hiking and Service Hours to ScoutBook

Posted on Mar 17 2019 - 4:47pm

Parents please start using ScoutBook to post your Scout's Camping Nights, Hiking Miles and Service Hours, from your Scout Handbook's.  You should be using your login and password for ScoutBook.  Postings help in rank advancement, merit badge completion {Eagle Required Camping MB, etc.}.  Scoutbook postings are approved by unit leaders and then are credited to the Scout's BSA council/national records.  Scouts will also be eligible for nomination to the BSA Order of Arrow.  You can also use the smart phone version to view current status of your Scouts.    

Life to Eagle Seminar/April 13

Posted on Mar 14 2019 - 9:46pm

Are you a Life Scout? Are you interested in achieving Scouting’s highest rank, the rank of Eagle Scout? If your answer is yes, then you should plan to attend this upcoming Life to Eagle Seminar. This seminar will show you the way from Life to Eagle, and is packed with important information and valuable insights. Please see the attached flyer.

BSA Physical Exams/Annual Health-Medical Form

Posted on Mar 13 2019 - 9:06pm

Thanks to those that have completed Parts A-B.  All participants in Scouting activities should have a curent & complete Part A and Part B on file with the Troop. There are only two Adult and one Youth Physical now overdue.  Give the completed forms to Mr Tierney, including a current copy of your insurance card. This applies to all activities, day camps, local tours, and weekend camping trips less than 72 hours. Part C is required for scouting events over 72 hours.  Update at least annually.  One copy of the forms are maintained in a confidential Medical File Binder and are brought to Scout functions as above, for use by appropriate Emergency Medical Services.

Site Counter