Troop 77 is Switzerland’s oldest existing BSA Troop, in fact, we were the first BSA Troop in Geneva!
Troop 77 has been an active member of the Community in Geneva since at least 1969. For over 50 years, we have been preparing youth in Geneva to make ethical and moral choices over their lifetimes by instilling in them the values of the Scout Oath and Law through the experiences of camping, hiking, teamwork, and community service. Since 1975, we have helped over 60 youths achieve the rank of Eagle and even more have earned their Scout, Tenderfoot, 2nd Class, 1st Class, Star or Life Ranks. With this established history, in 2020, we decided to found a Troop just for girls, which will work alongside the Boy Troop.
We are part of the Transatlantic Council (TAC) and we are chartered by the Church of Emmanuel in Geneva. Troop 77 meets fortnightly on Tuesday evenings – 7:00pm at the Collège du Léman, Versoix (we occasionally meet at the Ecole Internationale de Genève – La Grande Boissière campus).
Troop 77 is a SCOUT-led Troop!
Sir Robert Baden-Powell, founder of the World Scout Movement, once said that a Scoutmaster should “never do anything a boy cannot do.” This is a statement that we take very seriously. Our entire program is run with Baden-Powell’s admonition in mind! Our Scouts plan and execute the program with only guidance from adults.
Troop 77 features monthly camp-outs and several “high-adventure” activities such as multiple-day canoe and backpacking trips. We are also active in the community!
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