Troop 95

Welcome to Troop 95, Medinah, IL !

Troop 95 was originally chartered in 1961 and has a long and active history.  For over 25 years Troop 95 has fostered a scout-led troop that has helped shepherd dozens of scouts to the rank of Eagle Scout. Since 1995 we have had almost 70 Scouts achieve the rank of Eagle Scout. Regardless of the rank they ultimately achieve, the goals of Scouting: citi­zenship training, character development and personal fitness, remain important for all Scouts. 

Klondike Derby

Troop 95 competed in the Chippewa Klondike Derby, Cantigny Park, IL, and spent many hours practicing knots and first aid, orienteering, threw tomahawks, lit camp fires, etc. to compete in the Derby on February 3, 2024. 

Roselle American Legion Flag Disposal 2023

Troop 95 volunteered at the Roselle American Legion to assist with the annual American flag disposal on November 4, 2023. When a flag has served its useful purpose, “it should be destroyed, preferably by burning,” according to the American Flag Code.  Only the American Legion and BSA Scouts of American are officially permitted to properly dispose of Amercian flags. Community service is a significant part of being a Scout in Troop 95.

Troop 95 Meetings

Medinah Troop 95 meets each Monday at 7:30 PM. We meet at Medinah Primary School, 22W300 Sunnyside Road, Medinah, IL.

Join Troop 95!

E-mail the Committee Chair at for more information or call 312-206-3915‬

Camp Blackhawk lies on the shores of Big Blue Lake and is rich in tradition, with roots dating back to the early days of Scouting.

Summer Camp

Owasippe Scout Reservation: Camp Blackhawk

From June 25-July 1, 2023, Troop 95  camped at Camp Blackhawk on the Owasippe Scout Reservation.  The camp is located at 9900 Russell Rd, Twin Lake, MI 49457, and is operated by the Pathway to Adventure Council of Boy Scouts of America.

Why attend? Fun and rank advancements!  Last summer, our scouts earned over 25 merit badges in one week, including difficult-to-earn badges and Eagle-required badges. 

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Online Adult Training

Adult leaders are required to take the BSA Youth Protection Training online.  Additionally, almost every BSA required course and certification is online.  Non-registered leaders and parents can be certified and it is Troop 95's policy that any adult going on a camp-out or activity MUST be Youth Protection Trained. Everyone is encouraged to take the training.  Visit the Web site to check out all the courses.

2024-02 Kalahari Permission Slip.pdf

Our Program

Why Should You Join Troop 95?

2024-03 Rock Island Arsenal permission slip.pdf

Need more information? E-Mail the Scoutmaster