- James Serafin - 864-0361
Learning, discovering, challenges, and family fun are some aspects of our scouting program. Adult leaders teach values of honesty and helpfulness and supervise all activities. Boys 11 years of age or having completed 5th grade can participate in Boy Scouts. Camping and many other outdoor activities are just part of the fun and enrichment. Scouting is a great way to build character and life-long friendships.
Scout Troop 59 Web site
- Tim Rohrbach - 835-0689
Cub Scouting is a year-round, family-oriented program designed for boys in first through fifth grade. Its purpose is to promote character development, spiritual growth, and good citizenship in a friendly and fun environment.
- Cheryl DiPietro - 835-6986
Girl Scouts discover, lead, and take action - and you can be a part of it! There’s a whole big world out there full of opportunities through Girl Scouting. In Girl Scouting, girls are having fun, making new friends, and discovering new places. Girl Scouts go camping, visit cool and interesting places, learn about new cultures, and help people in their community.
Girl Scout’s and their leaders plan activities together, so you’re guaranteed to have a fun time!
Girl Scouting is open to all OLP girls in grades Kindergarten through 8.
Junior High Youth Group
We bring together a group of 7th and 8th grade students from the parish school as well as religious education students to perform service activities, as well as social and spiritual events at least once a month throughout the school year. Some of our special events include the spaghetti dinner, the Diocesan Youth Rally, Cedar Point excursion, and a hiking trip to Nelson Ledges. The Adult Committee for the Youth Group meets the second Tuesday of each month during the school year. The youth activities vary, but they occur at least once a month.
Senior High Youth Ministry
The Senior High Youth Ministry program is open to all youth in grades 9-12. Rooted in the faith and traditions of the Roman Catholic Church, it serves to model and assist the youth in their relationships with themselves, their family, their friends, their community, their Church, and God. A variety of experiences and events are scheduled throughout the year. Whether they are social, service, or spiritual, each event is an opportunity for the youth to grow and mature in personal responsibility communal leadership, and Christian discipleship. The OLP Youth Ministry program invites you to consider becoming part of this growing vibrant ministry of the parish community.