Troop 1363 is boy-led, but adult supervised. The leaders listed below play an important part in supporting the program that the PLC (Patrol Leaders Council) puts together. Some of the jobs that the adult leaders require an extra bit of time per week. 

While we don't require any parents to step forward and become a leader, we do ask that when called upon for a bit of service to the troop, the parents can comply. These things may include making a food run at a lock-in, offering to give rides to other Scouts to events, or coming on a camp-out to be a second leader.  

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Advancement Chair Ensures the Scout's advancement is up to date with the local and National office, collect information about Merit Badge counselors and conduct Boards of Review for the Scouts.   
Assistant Scoutmaster Assist the Scoutmaster in any duties that are needed to be filled, such as teaching a new patrol a skill, approving/signing Scout Handbooks, and giving rides when needed Mark Moore mark5331@new.rr.com 
Assistant Scoutmaster Assist the Scoutmaster in any duties that are needed to be filled, such as teaching a new patrol a skill, approving/signing Scout Handbooks, and giving rides when needed Michele Godmere chaplain@troop1363.com 
Charter Organization Rep To ensure that the adult leaders are delivering proper training and mentoring to the unit, along with making sure the Charter Organization upholds it's "end of the bargain" with the BSA.  Bob Hawkins rhawkins.gb@gmail.com 
Committee Chair Leads the troop committee and is responsible for the administration, oversight, and support of the troop program  Troy Paul committeechair@troop1363.com 
Fundraising Chair Setting up the routes for Packer Game Candy Bar Sales. Collecting all monies from the sale. Advising committee on additional opportunities.  Troy Paul fundraising@troop1363.com 
Scoutmaster Trains, mentors and advises the PLC to ensure a proper, fun program is delivered by the youth leadership. Also responsible for making sure the Scouts are following proper procedure when it comes to working on advancement. Jeremy Schuessler scoutmaster@troop1363.com 
Troop Secretary The unit secretary is appointed by the committee chairman to keep minutes and records, send notices, and handle publicity. Jill Fayas secretary@troop1363.com 
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