The Girl Scout experience is girl-driven, which means it reflects the ever-changing needs and interests of participating girls. Cookies and camp are just two of the hundreds of programs and activities that help young women develop qualities like confidence, determination, and leadership.
The Girl Scout Program at Transfiguration has a heavy community-service component focused on serving the School, Church, and broader community all year long. We help serve as Hospitality Ministers at Mass and at the annual Scout Mass in February. We also help at the Fall Festival in September, go Christmas caroling in December, and volunteer to help clean the grounds in the Spring.
Girl Scouts is open to anyone in Kindergarten through 12th grade. Contact Elda Bloemendal at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts
Transfiguration Catholic Church and School is the sponsoring Charter Organization for Cub Scout Pack 240 and Boy Scout Troop 240. Scouting is an effective way for Catholic youth to do their duty to God, their country, and their community. Scouting builds character and teaches devotion to God in an environment that provides wholesome fun under the guidance of strong adult role models. Scouting programs provide a wonderful channel to involve youth in the life of our Catholic parish.
Young people experience Scouting as a means of growth into personal maturity and social responsibility. They learn to assume their role in life with a high degree of commitment, and to care for others who are less fortunate. They develop a strong desire to build a culture of goodwill, respect for the environment and acceptance of duties. Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts meet weekly. Please contact our Charter Organization Representative for more information:
Gero “Gadder” Feaman
Charter Organization Representative, Transfiguration Catholic Church
Committee Chair, Pack 240
Cub Scout Requirements: Cub Scouting is for boys in Kindergarten and First-through-Fifth grades, or 6-to-10 years of age.
Boy Scout Requirements: A boy who is 11 years old, or who has completed the Fifth grade, or who has earned the Arrow of Light Award and is at least 10 years old, but is not yet 18 years old.