Developing Self Reliance, Self Confidence and Leadership

A Gold Level Journey to Excellence Unit

Picture:  Light Painting at Carlsen's Ranch 

Troop meets on Mondays at Journey Church, Folsom. PLC meets 1st Monday of the month. Troop Committee meets 1st Wed of the month.

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Annual Scout Olympics - Saturday Nov 7th

Posted on Oct 5 2015 - 8:21am

Troop 1855’s Annual Scout Olympics will be held on Saturday November 7th from 7:30 PM until midnight at the Folsom Sports Complex.  This event is free for Troop 1855 as well as all Folsom Cub Scouts.  Parents may drop scouts at the event.  This free, fun annual evening will include basketball, indoor soccer, batting cages, ping pong, snacks, late night pizza, drinks, music, movies, Karaoke, etc. 

Webelos Camp-Out Pre-Registration and Gear Check October 12th

Posted on Sep 29 2015 - 5:41pm

Pre-Registration and Camp Gear Check out will be held at our Troop meeting Monday, Oct. 12th 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm Journey Church Folsom.  Please bring your medical forms Part A & B and Activity Consent Forms.

Webelos Boy Scout Campout - October 17th & 18th 2015

Posted on Aug 30 2015 - 10:58am

Our 3rd Annual Webelos campout is planned for October  17 - 18, 2015 Folsom Lake State Park - Negro Bar Group Campsite A & B.  All Folsom Packs Webelos I and II are welcome to register.  To register send an email to by October 16th with the cub scout name, year, pack, accompanying parent/guardian name. Fee:$5 per attendee  

For Webelos II scouts following the old Webelos and Arrow of Light requirements, we will offer scouts the opportunity to earn their Outdoorsman or Readyman activity badges. For Webelos I and Webelos II scouts following the new 2015-2016 requirements, we will offer scouts the opportunity to work on Webelos First Responder Adventure or Arrow of Light Scouting Adventure. We will also complete some requirements for Arrow of Light Camper Adventure.

Hurry as space is limited!

Folsom Community Service Day - Sept 19th

Posted on Aug 13 2015 - 3:52pm
The community is coming together again to plan the second annual Community Service Day event— Folsom’s largest day of service and volunteerism.  This is a great way to get service hours for your rank advancement requirements.

Community Service Day mobilizes hundreds of volunteers of all ages and interests to complete projects throughout Folsom that will have a lasting impact in the community.  The effort is organized by the City of Folsom and numerous Folsom corporations, companies and nonprofits. The 2015 Community Service Day will be held on September 19. Our goal is to complete more than 25 single day projects that benefit diverse segments of the community and assist those in need

Camp Cards are here!!! Get yours to earn money for Camp

Posted on Mar 12 2015 - 1:38pm
Camp Cards sell for $5 and the Scout earns $2.50 on each one sold.  As soon as a Scout sell 20 Cards go to and look for the "I Sold 20" This is where you will register their name for a weekly drawing for a Camp Scholarship.  They will also receive a Red Scout Cinch Sack.  You only enter once to be included in all 8 drawings.

Klondike Derby Trip Report

Posted on Mar 9 2015 - 9:54pm

Hello, I am the troop historian Gunnar K and I am writing about the Klondike Trip from 2-27 to 3-1. Klondike was an great trip! We did many activities there with our Patrols while also competing with other Troops.  We would travel from station to station using our sleds trying to get a high score on our score sheets. The different stations were Shelter Building, Fire Starting, Radioactive Isotopes, Fishing, Compass Course, and First Aid. You would be scored on how well you did at each station. After you completed each station, you would bring the sheet to the one who runs the event and she would tell you about a quest where you would have to name animal that was at each station. After you did that, you would go to another station where you would have to answer questions or do tasks for Rolos. Whoever had the highest score and the most Rolos won. At 4pm the main event took place, the Klondike sled race. The course itself was about 1/4 a mile. At the time it was snowing down on us pretty hard. Whoever passed the finish line first won the race. Over all, Klondike was fun. I recommend us going next year. 



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