Boy Scout Troop #40Boy Scouting is available to boys ages 10 through 18. Scouting works to develop character, citizenship, and personal fitness. Email the organization for more information on Yorkville’s Boy Scout Troop #40.
Bristol Boy Scout Troop #34This troop encompasses young men from Yorkville, Bristol, Oswego and the surrounding area. The troop is small, but the quest for adventure is large. The troop and its mission focuses on character development, citizenship training, and mental and physical fitness. Parents are encouraged to become adult volunteers to provide leadership to this troop that is scout-ran. Email the organization for more information.
Cub Scout Troop #340Our pack is a fun place for both boys and their parents. We are located in Yorkville, IL and serve Yorkville, Bristol, and Montgomery, IL. Our Pack meets at the Beecher Center on Game Farm Road in Yorkville. Our goal is to help boys (kindergarten through 5th grades) learn and grow by building character, improving physical fitness, teaching practical skills, and developing a spirit of community service. What we teach can be summed up in the Cub Scout Promise and the Pack Law.This troop focuses on family involvement and a variety of outdoor activities. For more information visit the troop website here: https://www.pack340il.com/ or email the troop leader, Mr. Wade Lehew, at firstname.lastname@example.org
This troop focuses on family involvement and a variety of outdoor activities. Yorkville area children who are interested in joining Troop #350 can email Christopher Larsen or call 630-551-3050.
Cub Scout Troop #350
This local theater group performs in and around the Kendall County area. There is a need for volunteers for actors, production staff , set designers and more. For information call 630-5535459 or visit the Fox County Players website.
Kendall Arts Guild
This non-profit organization promotes the visual arts in and around Kendall County through exhibits, events, and student scholarships. For more information visit their Facebook page.
Fox Valley Therapy Dog Club
Caring individuals and their dogs provide therapy, comfort, and companionship by visiting hospitals, retirement homes, rehabilitation centers, schools and more. For information, call 630-466-7953 or visit our Fox Valley Therapy Dog Club webpage.