Youth Organizations

A current listing of Youth Organizations and their coordinators include:

Boy Scout Troop 34: Brian Weller, 849-8606

Cub Scout Pack 34: Jonathon Butler, 239-299-5667

Girl Scouts: Maris Lebid, 850-2101


For more information: 

Boy Scouts - Troop 34

Boys, ages 11 to 18, are invited to join St. Andrew Catholic Church's Boy Scout Troop 34. Boy scouting is a home, community and world focused program with an emphasis on the development of strong individual moral character and interaction with peers and adults. Boy scouting develops individual strengths, citizenship, personal achievement and group participation. Monthly campouts and activities are scheduled. Yearly weeklong summer camps are recommended. Adults interested in participating as leaders are always welcomed.


Cub Scouts - Pack 34

All boys, grades 1 - 5, are invited to join St. Andrew's own award-winning Pack 34. A total family ministry, Cub Scouting is home and community centered, with an emphasis on nurturing relationships between boys and their parents, adult leaders and friends. Other areas of focus include character development, spiritual growth, citizenship, sportsmanship, personal achievement, helping others and having lots of fun.


Girl Scouts

The purpose of Girl Scouting is to inspire girls with the highest ideals of character, conduct, patriotism and community/church service, that they may become happy and resourceful citizens. Daisy. (Kindergarten), Brownie (grade 1-3), Junior (grade 4-6) and Cadet (grade 7-12) troops meet at least twice a month after school.



Teens and youth that are in Grade 4 or older assist the presiding priest at weekend Masses. Servers are generally scheduled for a Mass that their family attends. All servers must have made their First Holy Communion. Training required and periodic meetings are held throughout the year.