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BSA Troop 109, Moline, Illinois, is part of the Saukenuk District of the Illowa Council in the Central Region of the Boy Scouts of America. Troop 109 is never still for long! From the Boundary Waters of Minnesota and Canada, to the D-Bar-A Scout Ranch in Michigan, or to the Ben Delatour Scout Ranch in Colorado, all the way to the Sangre de Christo range of the Rocky Mountains of New Mexico — we let nothing stop us in our quest for adventure. We stay closer to home during the year, exploring numerous state parks, spelunking at Maquoketa Caves, or enjoying the many great outings offered by the Illowa Council and Saukenauk District.

We meet every Monday night at Culemans Hall located at 1400 16th Ave, Moline, IL. Our Charter Organization is Sacred Heart Catholic Church.

Troop 109 is one of the oldest Boy Scout troops in the Quad Cities, having been chartered in 1918. Over the years, Troop 109 has produced over 100 Eagle Scouts, the Boy Scouts of America’s highest honor.

Contact one of our adult leaders for more information on joining Troop 109!