Scouting: UMCWV sponsors a Cub Scout Pack, a Scout Troop and a Venture Crew to give boys and girls the opportunity to participate in scouting activities:

Cub Scouts

Cub Scout Pack #3785 is for boys and girls in grades K through 5 or ages 5-11.  This pack is open to children in the Conejo Valley area and draws primarily from elementary schools and families in Westlake Village, Thousand Oaks and the surrounding areas.

Cub Scouts participate in activities to earn badges, belt loops and pins in skills, community service, sports and citizenship.  The Pack also organizes activities such as overnight trips to museums and zoos, hikes, visits to local places of interest and much more.

We welcome your interest! Visit www.pack3785.org or contact Riley Alexander at rileyjalexander@gmail.com, Committee Chair, for more information.

Boy Scouts

Scout Troop #775 has been sponsored by UMCWV since 1975. During this wonderful tenure more than 130 scouts have been promoted to the rank of Eagle Scout, the highest honor of scouting.

This troop is very active and consists of youth, ages 11-18, coming from the Cub Scout ranks and others joining to learn life skills – such as first aid, CPR, survival skills – and to build life-long friendships. There are multiple levels of scouting in which the youth earn merit badges and advance in ranks while developing specific skills and knowledge. Hiking, camping, backpacking, rock climbing, rocket launch, summer camp, and community service are only a few of the activities.

New scouts are always welcome.  Come visit and get introduced to scouting and the troop’s dedicated leaders.
Visit www.troop775.org or send an email to info@troop775.org for more information.

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The national organization of the Boy Scouts of America (“BSA”) has filed a chapter 11 bankruptcy case. The Bankruptcy Court has set a deadline for filing claims against BSA for sexual abuse that took place on or before February 18, 2020, which is the date that BSA filed for bankruptcy. To read a summary form of the sexual abuse proof of claim bar date notice, please click here.

This case is filed in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware, and the case is known as In re Boy Scouts of America and Delaware BSA, LLC, No. 20-10343 (Bankr. D. Del.). The Bankruptcy Court judge overseeing the case is Judge Laurie Selber Silverstein.

For additional information about what the BSA hopes to achieve through the chapter 11 process, what the BSA is doing to support survivors and how the BSA protects the youth in its programs today, please visit BSArestructuring.org.