Scouts BSA

Scouts BSA


Quick Helpful Online Links for Troop 936

Contact Information (Call anytime)

  • Scoutmaster:  David Cordle, call/text (918) 850-6503
  • Chaplain: Dan Ruskoski, call/text: (918) 851-3034, email:
  • Chartered Organization Representative: Jack Hogan

Where & when we meet?

  • Meetings are Sunday afternoons from 2:45 – 4:15 pm in the Parish Hall Cafeteria on the North end.
  • St. Benedict Church, 2200 W. Ithica, Broken Arrow, OK 74012
  • Sunday meetings mean those girls and boys in sports, band and various other activities or, who just have homework to do during the week, can still join and find time for scouting without negatively affecting other activities!
  • We do not meet on holiday weekends or on weekends that we have camping events so please check our schedule of events or call us for more information on meeting times.


Who can join?

    • Scouts BSA is open to girls and boys ages 11-17 years old or any Cub Scout completing their Arrow of Light.
    • Membership is made up of girls and boys in the greater Broken Arrow community and is a mixture of various faiths, schools and Cub Scout Packs.

Who we are!

    • Scouts BSA Troops are composed entirely of all male or all female youth and are not coed at the Troop level.  Male and female youth are in entirely separate Troops.
    • Leaders (i.e. parents, etc.), 18 years old and up, may be either male or female.
    • ALL leaders must be trained in and adhere to strict Youth Protection standards as set forth in both Troops BSA and Catholic VIRTUS training.
    • We have a male Troop but are eagerly awaiting the formation of a NEW Scouts BSA female Troop so please let us know if you would like to help start one up and give our young ladies the same opportunities our young men have had for over 100 years in Scouting history!
    • Visit our Facebook page!  Please NEVER post youth names in Facebook: Troop 936 Broken Arrow

What is Scouting BSA

    • Scouts BSA was incorporated to provide a program for community organizations that offers effective character, citizenship, and personal fitness training for youth.
    • Endeavors to develop American citizens who are physically, mentally, and emotionally fit; have a high degree of self-reliance as evidenced in such qualities as initiative, courage, and resourcefulness; have personal values based on religious concepts; have the desire and skills to help others; understand the principles of the American social, economic, and governmental systems; are knowledgeable about and take pride in their American heritage and understand our nation’s role in the world; have a keen respect for the basic rights of all people; and are prepared to participate in and give leadership to American society.
    • Focuses on developing our girls and boys to be healthy upstanding citizens who will be the outstanding leaders of tomorrow and who possess upstanding morale character and values.
    • Scouts will learn the value of the Scout Law, Oath, tradition, leadership, opportunity, adventure, environment and much more.
    • This is a Youth Led Troop and offers scouts various leadership opportunities and responsibilities in order to help become the leaders of tomorrow.
    • As a result of our quality program and focus on the individual most of our scouts reach the Eagle Rank.


Troop 936

  • Scouts BSA Troop 936 is sponsored by the Men’s Club at the Church of St. Benedict and was founded in the Fall of 1991.
  • Founded in the Autumn of 1991.
  • Troop 936 is an ALL boy Troop.

Why Troop 936?  Just look at all the adventurous programs we have enjoyed!

  • Yearly family snow ski trip – every winter!
  • Downhill snow skiing
  • Snowboarding
  • Snow tubing
  • Adventure activities
  • SCUBA diving & certification
  • Whitewater rafting
  • Sleep inside the USS Batfish submarine
  • Canoeing
  • Kayaking
  • Hiking
  • Backpacking
  • Repelling
  • Climbing
  • Rifle Shooting
  • Shotgun shooting
  • Archery
  • Swimming
  • Bouldering
  • And much more

Summer Camps!

  • Annual Summer Camp Locations (Usually outside the state of Oklahoma!)
  • In Colorado
  • Ben Delatour Scout Camp
  • San Isabel Scout Ranch
  • Camp Chris Dobbins
  • In New Mexico
  • Wehinapay Mountain Camp
  • In Kansas
  • Quivira Scout Ranch

Sightseeing & visits!

  • Pikes Peak, Colorado
  • Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado
  • Arapaho National Forrest, Colorado
  • Evens, Colorado
  • USS Batfish, Oklahoma

High Adventure Bases

  • Elkhorn High Adventure Base, Colorado
  • Packard High Adventure Base, Colorado
  • Rocky Mountain High Adventure Base, Colorado
  • Laguna Station, Texas
  • Northern Tier Canoe Base, Canada
  • Philmont Scout Ranch, New Mexico
  • SeaBase, Florisa and Texas

Leadership Training

  • Introduction To Leadership Skills for Troops
  • National Youth Leadership Training
  • Pine Tree

Hope you can join us! For more information contact

David Cordle
Scoutmaster, Troop 936
(918) 850-6503