Troop 0075, the first set of 75 numbers.
All units have four digits to their numbers. Some use all four in their unit name, some use three and some use two. Once in a while you'll find a rare unit like Pack 1 from Huntington Beach. At scout 75, we only use the last two numbers. When scouts started, it began at unit one and went all the way until we hit 75, our troop. The numbers continue from there on. Technically our complete unit number is 0075. There are other 75 units, one is located in Long Beach however, their numbers begin with something else. This indicates that they came around later than us. Their number might be 1075, 5275 etc.
Eagle Scouts: 136
Most recent Eagle Scouts:
- Kenneth Anderson, October 2020
- David Cerda, January 2020, Alberto's brother
Rechartered consecutively 65 years in a row dating back to 1957.
- 1939 World War II, units did not recharter
- 1938 to 1958, 20 year gap with no Eagles
International Scouts Magnet:
10 International Scout Visits over the last 10 years.
- New Zealand
One of only 3 or so units in Orange County to ever receive the National Hornaday UNIT Award
Rechartered in multiple locations:
First Presbyterian Church, Garden Grove: 20 plus years
Page Private School, Garden Grove, now an apartment complex
Stoddard Elementary School, Anaheim