Troop 560 Youth and Adult Leaders

Youth Leaders


Troop Leaders

SPL Oliver

ASPL Ashlyn

ASPL Juliana


Patrol Leaders

Bats Grant

Sharks Isaac

Raccoons Dylan S

Yeti Brenna


Other Leaders

Bugler Adam

Chaplain Aide Henry

Librarian Dylan P

Quartermasters Isaac and Juliana

Scribe Megan

Webmaster Kyle


Scoutmasters


Zak Anderson (B) 2022-present

Jami Anderson (G) 2021-present

Michelle Simoneau (G) 2019-2021

Jason Silcox (B) 2019-2022

Robert Bagsby 2016-2019

Doug Wilson 2013-2016

Bruce Jacobs 2010-2013

Thom Grote 2007-2010

Roger Kirpes 2004-2007

Doug Anderson 2001-2004

Paul Smith 1998-2001

Jim Wood 1996-1998

Tim Sagan 1995-1996

Dennis Ehrhart 1994-1995

Jim Wood 1990-1994

Art Christoffersen 1988-1990

Gary Forquer 1985-1988

Tom Brennon 1983-1985

Tom Parman 1982-1983

Robert Pierce 1979-1982

Gary Foote 1977-1979

Jim Martin 1975-1977

Jerry Brown 1972-1975

Howard Miller 1969-1972


Adult Leader Training

BSA National and our local Hawkeye Area Council provide training for adults so we may have a quality program. Just as every year we add Scouts, we also need to add trained adult leaders. BSA National provides Adult Leader Training online. Popular training includes:

However, the most important training is hands-on, in-person adult Scouts BSA Leader training provided by the Hawkeye Area Council. The Hawkeye Area council has an Adult Leader Training page at http://www.hawkeyebsa.org/training/ The adult Scouts BSA Leader training is held once in the Fall and once in the Spring. The training has two parts; one is in a classroom setting and another is in an outdoors setting where you learn outdoor skills. There are approximately six hours in the classroom, and then a weekend campout at Camp Wakonda. (The six classroom hours are either all in a single day, or spread over two days depending on how they decide to deliver it.)