Troop 634 is within the Saddleback District and meets in Lake Forest. Troop 634 follows the Boy Scouts of America's plan for a "boy-run" Troop. Trained Adults are present to oversee and provide guidance and assistance, not to conduct or plan the meetings and activities. The Troop is run by the boys both elected and appointed by their fellow Scouts or the Scoutmaster. Together, these boys form the Patrol Leaders' Council, and are responsible for planning and carrying out much of the Troop program. Boy Scouting is not just about having meetings and wearing uniforms. It is about doing things and learning about one's self and our world. During the year, the Patrol Leader's Council plans a variety of activities, including trips, campouts, hikes, meeting themes, and parties. Some activities the troop has enjoyed include Camporees, backpacking at Philmont , Aviation day with the Young Eagles and our yearly trip shooting at the “Sand Pit”. The troop provides a First Class Emphasis (FCE) program for all new scouts. The goal of the program is for the scout to be able to reach the rank of First Class by their first year. The troop meets the first and third Wednesday night at Rancho Canada Elementary School in Lake Forest. The attachment below contains answers to some frequently asked questions.