07-05TroopFlag Pick Up
07-08 -> 07-10TroopSierra B Prep (Take 2)
07-13 -> 07-17TroopSierra B
07-16TroopTroop 918 9th Annual Merit Badge Day
07-23TroopAdam De La Cruz Eagle Scout Project
07-24 -> 07-30TroopSummer Camp Tahquitz 2022
08-08TroopTroop meeting - Kick off dinner
08-11CommitteeFirst day of school SM
08-15TroopFirst day of school (SV)
08-16TroopFirst Day of School (CUSD, CL)
07-08 -> 07-10TroopSierra B Prep (Take 2)
5 people attending
07-13 -> 07-17TroopSierra B
12/15 people attending
Register before Jul 05, 2022
07-23TroopAdam De La Cruz Eagle Scout Project
9 people attending
07-24 -> 07-30TroopSummer Camp Tahquitz 2022
21 people attending
09-02 -> 09-05TroopWhite Mountain
11 people attending
Register before Aug 26, 2022

Welcome to Troop 1210 of RSM, Orange County, CA!

Troop 1210 puts emphasis in three areas:


  • High Adventure in the great outdoors (graded to age and ability)
  • Advancement in rank towards Eagle Scout
  • Local/distant community service


The emphasis will be to build young men into Christian leaders of character and responsibility who will learn to incorporate their Christian faith and Scouting skills into everyday life. 


Our scouts come from the southern Orange County area including Irvine, Foothill Ranch, Baker Ranch, Portola Hills, Lake Forest, Mission Viejo, Trabuco Canyon, Rancho Santa Margarita, Coto de Caza, Ladera Ranch and Saddleback area.


Rancho Santa Margarita, Orange County, CA


Check out our MEET TROOP 1210 website.


Contact our Membership Chair for instructions on the new on-line application process!



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Changes to rank requirements for Scout through Star and Eagle

Posted on Jul 1 2022 - 8:50am

"Beginning August 1, 2022, minor modifications to the Scouts BSA requirements for the ranks of Scout through Star will take effect. Scouts may continue using the existing requirements for the rank on which they are currently working, or they may choose to use the new requirements. Scouts must use the new requirements once they advance to their next rank. On January 1, 2023, all Scouts must use only the new requirements.

In addition, beginning July 1, 2022, the Citizenship in Society merit badge becomes required for the rank of Eagle.
Finally, new videos were created to support "Personal Safety Awareness" (chapter 13) of the Scouts BSA Handbook. These can be used as an alternative to earning the Cyber Chip.
The specific changes can be found here."
Here is the link to the above article.
If you have any questions, please contact me.
   Mrs. Pitterle, T1210 Advancement Chair


Posted on Apr 28 2022 - 11:24pm



Ian Ferguson, Elijah and Isaiah Hanson,

John and David Steele 





Please congratulate Quinn Morgan for becoming Troop 1210's 91st Eagle Scout!!

Please congratulate Trent Coulston for becoming Troop 1210's 90th Eagle Scout!!

Please congratulate  Michael Heye  for becoming Troop 1210's 89th Eagle Scout!!




Exciting opportunities for adult leadership are available!  Several positions are open.  Be a good example for your kids.  Please check here for all the open positions. Contact our Committee Chair if you're interested. 

Steps to fulfill new requirement for parents

Posted on Mar 30 2022 - 1:53pm

New California Law: 
All Youth Organization Volunteers Must Complete State Background Check and Training

AB 506 Update: As a Scouting volunteer, you understand the importance of keeping children safe. A recent bill (AB 506) was passed by the State of California requiring volunteers and staff of Youth Service Organizations to complete training in reporting child abuse and neglect, and undergo Live Scan background checks. AB 506 is effective immediately. All staff and volunteers 18 years of age or older and who have direct contact with, or supervision of, children for more than 16 hours a month or 32 hours per year must complete a Live Scan background check (the digital version of inked fingerprinting) and online mandated reporter training. The website link below supports all of California’s Scouting volunteers to ensure we all comply with California’s new law. 


     California Scouting Website     

What does this mean to me as a parent? All BSA registered adults must complete the state’s training to participate in any Scouting activity, including merit badge counselors. Generally, parents who only attend troop meetings are exempt from training.

Please follow the next 3 steps to ensure your compliance in helping to keep Scouts safe.

Step 1: Take 2 Hour Online Training (Deadline March 29th)

Online Training Found Here


Step 2: Submit Certificate of Training Completion (Deadline March 29th)

   Submit Training Here     


Step 3:   California Mandated Fingerprint Background (Est. Deadline May 30th)

Download the Livescan Request Form here


     Find a California approved Livescan service provider at either
https://www.certifixlivescan.com/    or    https://oag.ca.gov/fingerprints/locations

Make an appointment and bring the livescan form with you. Fees paid to the livescan provider are charged by the provider and government, BSA has no control over these fees.

Information obtained from https://www.saddlebackdistrict.org/node/2698

Congratulations to Lori Maze - District Award of Merit Winner

Posted on Feb 22 2022 - 3:03pm

Troop 1210, please join me in congratulating Lori Maze for being recognized at the district level for her work as the Assistant Roundtable Chair, as well as for all her hard work in being an integral part of Troop 1210. She and other winners will be honored with a dinner at Saddleback Church on Thursday, March 10th at 7 PM. You can RSVP for the dinner at the link below:

HAT Awards

Posted on Mar 13 2019 - 9:40pm

Which award are you going to get next? Click here to enlarge the image.



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