119 is a Boy Scout troop located in Montalvo, within the city of Ventura,
California USA. Troop 119 in the Ventura
County Council is one of the oldest troops in Ventura (originally
chartered March 1, 1951). We are proud to have had over 80 of our
scouts make the Eagle Honor
Roll and thankful for the Scoutmasters
that have helped make this possible.
New members and visitors are always welcome.
The troop has regular meetings on Monday at 6:30 PM in the Montalvo School
Auditorium (see map below). There is usually no regular meeting
scheduled on the week following an outing. Committee meetings are
held once a month to plan upcoming events. Patrol Leadership Council
(PLC) meetings are held once a month (usually after an outing) to plan
the next month's meetings.
Troop 119 enjoys many different types of special activities such as hiking,
camping, backpacking, biking, skiing, rocketry and canoeing. At
least one activity is scheduled each month.
To quote one of the founding members of this troop, Robert J. Mahan, for
whom we owe so much:
Check out this Eagle Project by one of our Scouts:
The Construction of a Chumash Ap
Troop 119 (F-Troop) Theme Song
Where the land meets the sea and gulls greet the sky
And rivers seldom run.
Where the scouts don't listen and the Scoutmasters cry
And nothing ever gets done.
The unit that resides in Montalvo town
And is known as a rowdy troop.
They are always kidding and fooling around
One nineteen is that troop, that infamous group
Troop 119 Yell
We're on our way
To help other people and to save the day
We can work togeather and get the job done
Goooo, F-Troop, Yeaaaah