What is Boy Scouts?

Boy Scouting is for boys who are 11, or are at least 10 years old and have completed the fifth grade or have earned the Cub Scout Arrow of Light Award, through 17 years old.

Boy Scouts will prepare boys for life. Boy Scout Troop 146 of Hudsonville, Michigan is a boy-led troop utilizing the Patrol Method. Under the counsel of an adult Scoutmaster, the boys plan, organize, and lead our troop activities. They will develop character, discipline, leadership and personal fitness by participating in our vigorous outdoor and peer group leadership program. Just as important, boys will have the time of their lives tackling adventure after adventure, with the friends they make.

Interested? Stop by one of our meetings any Monday evening between 7:00pm and 8:30pm at South Blendon Reformed Church in Hudsonville, or Contact Us. Troop meetings will not be held if Hudsonville Public Schools are closed for weather or for any other reason. There also won't be a meeting on public holidays (see our calendar).

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Why log in?

By logging into the site, you get access to the following resources not available to the general public:

  • Full calendar with all events, detailed event descriptions and permission slips and other event-related paperwork
  • Access to sync the complete calendar to your phone or home calendar program
  • Message boards to communicate with others in the troop
  • Documents and forms related to the troop

If you don't have an account yet, sign up using the link on the left, or see Mr. Miller at a troop meeting.

About Our Troop

Boy Scout Troop 146 is chartered to the Hudsonville Lions Club, and is in the Lakeshore District of the President Gerald R. Ford Service Council of the Michigan Crossroads Council. Our Scoutmaster is Rudy Moralez and our Committee Chairperson is Kevin Tutt.