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Scouting Programs

Girl Scouts

Girl Scouts Carolinas Peaks to Piedmont, is one of the 111 councils from across the nation that delivers the Girl Scout program, serves nearly 12,000 girls in central and western North Carolina. With the support and guidance of nearly 6,000 volunteers, girls in grades K-12 are given opportunities for fun and friendship, while fostering the development of leadership skills and self-esteem. It is a safe environment for girls to engage in activities while they discover more about themselves and the community around them, connect with others and take action to the make the world a better place.

Girl Scouting is all about creating memories with friends while making the world a better place. Want to get a girl in your life involved? Visit

You can also reach us at or by calling 800-872-2148

Troop 40779 is a Multi-Level troop that accepts girls in Kindergarten through the 12 grade. We offer a year round program, meeting every Monday evening at 6:00 pm at APC. Girls earn badges, rewards, patches and pins for activities which can include but not limited to: archery, fishing, crafts, camping, hiking, swimming, boating, cooking over a fire, star gazing, science, math, robots, finance, community service, travel and much more.

For information contact: Courtney Richards –Troop Leader – or call 336-912-0576 or Brenda Davidson – Troop Leader – or call 336-314-3488

Troop 41121 is an Ambassador troop of 12 graders. They currently are working on community service projects and fundraising for a trip in 2022 which will end their Girl Scout years. Both girls have been in girl scoutssince elementary school, both earned the Gold award which is the highest award earned by girls. Currently they are not accepting new members to the troop. 

For information contact: Shannon Haynes – Troop Leader – or Tonya Mason – Troop Leader -


Cub Scouts


Cub Scout Pack 368 welcomes both boys and girls ages 5-10, kindergarten through 5th grade.


We offer a year round program.The pack meets every Tuesday evening at 7:00 pm at APC through the school year. During the summer months, the pack generally meets twice a month.


The Cub Scout program offers fun and challenging activities that promote character development, spiritual growth, good citizenship, sportsmanship and fitness, personal achievement, community and adventure, and preparation for entering troop level with BSA.


Adventures you can experience include camping, hiking, BB guns, archery, fishing, Pinewood derby racing, community service projects and tons more!


Contact Dee Gerringer, Cubmaster 336-231-0326



Scout Troop 368


BSA Troop 368 has a longstanding history of adventure and learning for boys ages 11 to 18 in the tradition of Scouting. We are chartered by Alamance Presbyterian Church and are supported by the Alamance Community Fire Department in Southeast Guilford County. 


We meet Mondays at 7PM- 8:30 PM at the Old Fire House at 4107 Presyterian Road in Greensboro directly across from Alamance Community Fire Station 54.


The troop plans trips or activities every month. 

The activities and trips include Backpacking, Camping, Fishing,Hiking Bicycling, Shooting, and other activities as well as working on merit badges and rank advancement. 


The troop has also been on high adventure trips to Philmont, Florida Sea Base, and Northern tier. 

Contact us for more information or come join us at a meeting. 


For information contact:


Casey Gerringer                 Justin Bullocks

Scoutmaster                       Committee Chairman


Troop 368-G


Hi! We are Anna, Carleigh, and Raegan and we are here to brag about Scouts BSA Girls Troop 368-G. We are excited to tell you about our Troop. First of all, YES, due to recent changes, there are Young Ladies in the “Boy Scouts” as it used to be called. It is now Scouts BSA and we are happy to be a part of Scouting. We meet nearly every Monday night from 6:30-8:00pm.


We go camping once a month, somewhere from the mountains to the coast. We also attend week of Summer Camp each year.

One of our main goals is to reach the rank of Eagle Scout. This is done by working through all the ranks and earning a minimum of 21 merit badges. By doing this we are learning valuable life lessons that we will carry with us our entire life. On our camping trips we hike scenic routes, cook camp meals, and enjoy the great outdoors. We enjoy making new friends and we hope you will join Troop 368-G. We know you will be glad you did because in our troop, GIRLS ROCK!!!

Jeff McNabb

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