ABOUT TROOP 667
Troop 667 is open to all boys between 11 and 18 years old. No Church affiliation is required.
Troop 667 was founded in 1988 and is located in Rancho Penasquitos, a Northern community within the city of San Diego, California. We are a member of the Rancho Mesa (Formerly Black Mountain District) and the San Diego Imperial Council.
The troop is a scout-led troop where the boys decide, lead, and participate in their monthly trips, activities, and service projects.
The troop meets at 7 PM every Monday evening (except during the summer) at St. Timothy's Episcopal Church. Boys from all faiths are welcome.
Congratulations to Scoutmaster John Marsden who was interviewed in the Sept/Oct issue of 92129 magazine as a community volunteer making a difference. Click HERE
to see a larger version of the interview page.
Top Boy Scout Awarded
Congratulations to Troop 667 Eagle Scout Kyle Cusack who was named Top Boy Scout by VFW Post 11388 on June 6, 2016! This was awarded in special recognition of outstanding achievement and exceptional leadership ability as an esteemed representative of American youth.
AIAA Outstanding Contribution to the Community
Congratulations to Assistant Scoutmaster Greg Chapelle who received the 2015 San Diego Section American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) award for Outstanding Contribution to the Community. This was for his 12 years as a Boy Scouts of America volunteer in the San Diego Community while simultaneously working in the aerospace field. During the last 12 years he has served as Den Leader, Committee Chair, Scoutmaster, and is currently an Assistant Scoutmaster for Troop 667.Award Press Release
Kyle Cusack's Eagle Project
New Eagle Scout Kyle Cusack's Eagle Project
was written up in the Feb/Mar 2015 issue of 92129 magazine. His project created benches for the 6th grade camper program in Camp Cuyamaca, a program that introduces many young boys and girls to the outdoors for the first time. Congratulations Kyle.
Featured in 92129 Magazine
Troop 667's Scouting Day was featured in the Feb/Mar 2015 issue of 92129 magazine. The troop hosted boys interested in Scouting by building and demonstrating a pioneering catapult, barbequing hot dogs, making hot chocolate, cooking dutch oven donuts, and playing several Scouting games. click here
to see the article.
Featured In the Poway Chieftain Newspaper
Congratulations to the latest Troop 667 Eagle Scouts who were featured in the April 14, 2014 issue of the Poway Chieftain newspaper. The photo highlighted their Eagle Court of Honor at the end of March and each of their important Eagle Scout Leadership projects. Click here
to see the full article.
Featured in 92129 Magazine
Congratulations to Scout Andrew Mallrich whose Eagle Scout project was featured in the Oct/Nov 2013 issue of 92129 magazine . Andrew's restoration of the final remaining historic wooden Rancho Penasquitos community sign was identified as a community effort and its final installation at Hilltop park will let many people enjoy it.
Eagle Project of the Year!
At Troop 667's October Court of Honor, Eagle Scout Yash Huilgol was awarded the San Diego Imperial Council's 2013 Eagle Project of the Year by Frank Kebelman (President of the SD Eagle Scout Alumni Association). Yash has created the truly remarkable Los Penasquitos Canyon Virtual Trails Project. At each canyon mile marker and various other spots throughout the canyon, including the Ranch House, Yash has created a QR code that hikers/bikers/horseback riders will be able to scan with a smartphone in order to find information about how far they are from a trailhead, a creek crossing, the waterfall, etc, along with links to a full trail map. To see more, check out the web site www.PQCanyon.com.
Navy Marine Corps Commendation Medal
Congratulations to Troop 667 Asst. Scoutmaster and Marine Lance Corporal Steven Beall who recently received the Navy Marine Corps Commendation Medal for saving a man's life on Troop 667's May 2012 white water rafting trip! After the man from another raft was pulled from the river, looking non-responsive and blue, L CPL Beall helped clear the man’s lungs of water and used sign language skills to communicate with the all deaf crew to find and help administer a lifesaving COPD inhaler to the man.
The Commendation Medal is a senior award to service members who, while serving in any capacity with the Navy or Marine Corps, distinguish themselves by heroism, outstanding achievement or meritorious service, but not to the degree required for the Navy and Marine Corps Medal (risk to one's own life) when combat is not involved.
He has also received the Boy Scout Medal of Merit award for his life-saving actions at a BSA National Court of Honor.
High Adventure Award Earned
Troop 667 Scouts completed a beautiful backpacking trip from Mammoth Lakes to Yosemite Valley
, traveling on large sections of the John Muir Trail and enjoying the Ansel Adams Wilderness over 6 days. They earned the North Sierra High adventure Award completing the patch set that was started at last year's high adventure outing. The high point of the trip was cresting 11,000 ft Donahue Pass.
Henry P. Becton Volunteer Impact Award Winner
Congratulations to Troop 667 committee member Patricia Maher, winner of the 2011 Henry P. Becton Volunteer Impact Awards from BD Associates. The volunteer impact awards program honors the late BD Director Henry P. Becton Sr's lifelong commitment to community and BD's legacy of community service. The program recognizes outstanding philanthropic efforts of BD associates and retirees during 2011.To See the Award Citation click here
Poway Patriotic Parade
Boy Scout Troop 667 participated in the September 2011 Poway Patriotic Parade honoring first responders and armed forces veterans. The Troop received special recognition from State Senator Joel Anderson in honor of Outstanding Community Spirit .
High Adventure Award
Congratulations to the Troop 667 Scouts who completed the 50 mile backpacking trip in Kings Canyon NP
over six days and earned the South Sierra high adventure award. There was great fishing and spectacular views from Glenn pass (12,000 ft), the highest point of the trip.
Heroism Award for Lifesaving Action
Congratulations to Todd S. for receiving the National Court of Honor for Lifesaving and Meritorious Action Heroism Award
by saving his 7 year old sister from choking on a piece of chicken. The award was presented on May 21, 2010.
Matt Woelbern - Jan 2018 to Present
John Marsden - Oct 2015 to Dec 2017
Stephen Kurzniec - Jan 2014 to Sept 2015
Greg Chapelle - Jun 2009 to Dec 2013
Kyle Cook - Oct 2004 to Jun 2009
Terry Chau - Mar 2003 to Oct 2004
Paul Draxler - Sep 2000 to Feb 2003
Edward B. Jasion - Apr 1999 to Sep 2000
Terry Chau - Jan 1998 to Apr 1999
Orlando Uribe - Feb 1995 to Jan 1998
Eric Pahlke - Mar 1993 to Feb 1995
Dick Warmanen - Sep 1990 to Mar 1993
Terry Chau - Mar 1988 to Sep 1990