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How Troop Numbers were Assigned

           Originally, Troop numbers within the Crescent Bay Area Council, and the Westside before that,  were assigned by Community. The first Troop in each town and city within the Council boundaries became Troop 1 in that town. Then, as additional troops in that community were organized, they were given numbers in sequence for that town. For example, Santa Monica had Troops 1, 2, 3, 4, etc. as did Venice that had Troops 1, 2, 3, 4, and so forth. In the early years, (1915-21 before the Council officially organized), review of the historical record shows there was tremendous attrition of troops. It was common place for a town troop to organize, just to be abandoned one or two years later, and then reappear two or three years later.  By 1925, Crescent Bay District Council had as many as 16 different Troop 1's at one time or another.
         In 1925, Crescent Bay Council broke apart into three groups. The Southern portion of the Council including troops in Inglewood, Hawthorn, Lennox, Lawndale, El Segundo and Redondo, Hermosa and Manhatten Beaches separated to form Centinela Council. The Northern section, Santa Monica, Beverly Hills, Culver City, Palms, Mar Vista, Pacific Palisades, Sawtelle (West Los Angeles) and Sherman (West Hollywood) remained as Crescent Bay Council.
         It was assumed the Scouts of Venice, which had been annexed by the city of Los Angeles the same year, would become part of Los Angeles Council. Debate ensued to determine which Council the Venice Scouts should affiliate with. The early leading candidate was not Crescent Bay or Centinela. Los Angeles Council, emerged as the logical choice since all of the sponsoring schools and churches of Venice were suddenly part of Los Angeles.  However, there was also concern among the Venice Scouts that they would lose their identity, becoming just a few more troops in an otherwise huge council. At the same time Crescent Bay had a terrific new Camp site at Emerald Bay on Catalina Island and the Venice Scouts already knew all the Crescent Bay people. After much lobbying by all sides, the Venice troops decided to stick with Crescent Bay and were gladly accepted back in 1926.
         As a result of all the reorganizations, the Council also decided in 1926 to reorganize the numbering system for its troops to eliminate the duplicity of Troop numbers. While no specific evidence exists explaining the timing of this decision, one theory is the orphaning and subsequent return of the Venice troops was the triggering event. As a result, the Santa Monica troops got to keep their original numbers, and all the other community troops within the new Crescent Bay Council were renumbered. For example, Beverly Hills Troop 1 became Troop 17; Culver City Troop 1 became Troop 18; and Venice Troop 7 became Troop 34. Unfortunately, a written cataloging of the entire list of troop number conversions from the original Community Troop numbers to Council Troop numbers has yet to been found.
         From 1927 onward, once a number was assigned to a new Troop it was usually not available to any other Troop within Crescent Bay Council.  However, prior to 1950, there is evidence that some Troop numbers were reassigned when a Troop disbanded, went defunct or chartered under a different sponsoring organization. Additionally, Council contingents to National Jamborees were assigned troop numbers that were in use by active troops within the Council thereby temporarily creating duplicate numbers during the summers of Jamboree years.

         This list of Troops within Crescent Bay Council has been carefully assembled from Council documents, newspaper articles and other available information but is not thought to be complete. As new documentation becomes available, additions and corrections are expected.

NOTE: Some Troops had a number used for National purposes that was different than their assigned Council troop number. Bill Topkis reports that his troop, 137 from Westwood, used the number 937 for National purposes.

NOTE: Troops listed in two or more Districts (ex. Santa Monica/Will Rogers) either started in a district that split and moved to the new district or were in a district that changed its name. Troops that changed sponsors and thereby moved from one District to another are generally listed as separate line entries.

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1 Sawtelle
First Christian Church of Sawtelle Sunday School,
Founded May 10, 1915, by Harry Werntz & W.J. Mudge as
first BSA Troop on the Westside, with 49 boys enrolled.
Possibly changed sponsors 1922 or before & continued as Troop 1,
Sawtelle chamber of Commerce, 1922; American Legion Post, 1926
Santa Monica/Wilshire
St. Augustine Episcopal Church-Santa Monica 
Founded September 4, 1915, Rev, W. N. Pierson first Scoutmaster,
with 15 boys enrolled. Second BSA Troop on Westside.

Donald, then Kenneth Monroe Scoutmaster. Re-formed 1963

1 Ocean Park
Ocean Park Methodist Episcopal Church, 1915;
W.J. Boyd Scoutmaster
Founded 1915,re-formed 1921; Rev. Russel E. Stark Scoutmaster
likely became Troop 2
8 in 1927
1 Pacific Palisades
Founded 1919 or earlier

1 Sherman Founded early 1917
1 Hermosa Beach
Founded 1918. not active 1925
1 Culver City Founded November, 1920; Reginald Ranyard 1st Scoutmaster;
became Troop 18 in 1927
1 Beverly Hills Founded 1917, became Troop 17 in 1927
1 Inglewood Founded 1921, became part of Centinela Council 1925
1 El Segundo Founded 1923, became part of Centinela Council 1925  
1 Redondo Beach Founded 1923, became part of Centinela Council 1925 
1 Manhattan Beach Founded 1923, became part of Centinela Council 1925
1 Brentwood Founded 1923
1 Westwood
1926, Westwood School, possibly became Troop 22, 1927
1 Mar Vista 1926
Sawtelle 1919; Dorian Briggs first Scoutmaster
Santa Monica/Wilshire
First Methodist Episcopal Church-Santa Monica, 1916;
Reorganized October 29, 1919; Wm. P. Sanders Scoutmaster;
American Legion Post 123-1936;  LDS Church,
Franklin School P.T.A., 1948.

2 Venice Venice Union Church, formed 1915, Ernest Holmes Scoutmaster,
Paul L. Hutchinson 2nd Scoutmaster 1916.
2 Palms/Sawtelle Founded 1923 Methodist Church Sawtelle; Became Troop 23,
1930's; Crescent Bay Council's Japanese troop.
2 Inglewood Founded 1923 Men's Brotherhood of Methodist Church,
Inglewood became part of Centine\la Council 1925
2 Culver City Founded 1925 Culver City Presbyterian Church, became
Troop 19 around 1927
2 Sherman/West Hollywood Founded 1926
Santa Monica/Wilshire
First Christian Church, founded September 21, 1917;
Rev. J. W. Maddux Scoutmaster; First Methodist Church 1936; 
Grace Methodist Episcopal Church;
Santa Monica, Beth Sholom Men's Club,
Founded 1921, disbanded 1920's; Bill Van Slyke's 1st troop;
re-formed First Lutheran Church

3 Sawtelle Founded 1923 Wilson School
3 Inglewood became part of Centinela Council 1925
3 Culver City Sea Scout Troop Founded 1926
4 Santa Monica Founded 1918; Lincoln Junior High School, 1930's. Keith Monroe's Troop; 20-30 Club 1947
Edgemar Farm, 1955s
4 Inglewood Founded 1923 Fairview Heights Grammar School;
became part of Centinela Council; 1925
Santa Monica
First Methodist Church, September 6, 1919; Re-organized March 21, 1928; disbanded in 1945; Sunset Park Christian Church, 1955
5 Venice/Marina re-formed Beverly Hills B'Nai B'Rith Lodge 1325, 1962
Ocean Park
Santa Monica/Sunset
Latter Day Saints Church of Santa Monica, Ocean Park 1936
6 Venice  
7 Santa Monica Founded 1923, Knights of Columbus; First Methodist Church
Founded 1924. Abraham Lincoln School,  then First Christian
Church Nov.1930; First Baptist Church, Bill Van Slykes 2nd troop. Became Troop

8 Santa Monica/Sunset Founded 1923 by Outlook Newspaper. re-form:Santa Monica
Exchange Club; Kiwanis Club 1936; Donald Brunson's Troop
Santa Monica/Sunset
American Legion in 1923; Santa Monica Police Officers Association.
Not active in the late 1930's; Loyal Order of Moose 702, 1955

Pacific Presbyterian Church 1955
10 Santa Monica/Sunset Headquarters Troop founded 1923. Became "Experimental Troop" in 1927.
Sponsored by Jefferson School in 1928; Native Sons of Golden West, 1936;
Rotary Club. Santa Monica Employees of Public Works Dept., 1940's.
Veterans of Foreign Wars, 1947, Post 3802. Moved to Venice District 1950's.
Santa Monica/Wilshire
Founded 1923; Santa Monica Christian Church;
then Santa Monica Lions Club, 1936

Santa Monica/Sunset
St. Monicas Catholic Church 1925;  John Adams Junior High School 1936;
Santa Monica Exchange Club; Veterans Service Club; Harold Locke's Troop

Santa Monica/Wilshire
Founded 1926 Trinity Baptist Church, 1936
14 Santa Monica 1926 Founded by 13 original members of the first Santa Monica
Troops 1 &2. By 1927 was known as the Sea Scout Ship Sea Lion; Citizen's Group 1936
14 Wilshire 20-30 Club, Pacific Palisades, 1948
14 Culver Palms St. Mary's Episcopal Church, 1961; American Legion Mar Vista
Post 689
Santa Monica/Wilshire
Founded 1926 Santa Monica Bay Optimist Club
15 Culver Palms
Shenandoah Street School P.T.A.
16 Santa Monica/Will Rogers Founded late 1920's sponsored by Trowell Club.
Sea Scout Ship 87 1930's; Troop 16 Committee, 1963
Beverly Hills
Started as Beverly Hills Troop 1, Became Troop 17 in 1926.
Kiwanis Club of Beverly Hills, 1930's-50's; Hawthorne School

Culver Palms
Culver City Lions Club; started 11/19/1924 by R.D Branam as Troop 1.
In 1929, was sponsored by Culver City Palms American Legion Post 46,
Canadian League, 1936;and the Culver City Lions Club again by 1955.
18 Santa Monica Leroy McDonald went to 1928 Older Scouts Conference in
San Diego
Culver Palms
Canadian Legion Post #36, 1938. Originally Culver City Troop 2
United Presbyterian Church 1936; Mayo D. Wright's Troop.
Loyal Order of Moose; Culver City Fireman's Association;
American Legion Community Post 45, 1955.
Crescent Bay Contingent Troop to 1950 National Jamboree
Santa Monica/Wilshire/
Will Rogers/
1927. Outpost Patrol, 1936; McKinley School P.T.A.;
Citizens Group; Topanga School P.T.A.; American Legion
post 796, Pop's Club, 1955

21 Culver Palms Community Post 46, American Legion, 1936;  Palms;
not clear if this Troop was Troop 18 in the late 1920'S?
Santa Monica

Westwood/Golden Trails
Originally Westwood Troop 1, Westwood Village Exchange Club,
1955; Brentwood Presbyterian Church; Brentwood Savings & Loan

Santa Monica/Wilshire/
Willl Rogers
Originally Troop 2 Palms/ Sawtelle. Became Japanese troop
before and after WWII. Community Methodist Church, 1930's;
Pacific Palisades Community Church School, 1936

Santa Monica/Sunset
Forging Ahead Club, 1936;
First African Methodist Episcopal Church, 1938;
Donald Brunson Scoutmaster

25 Santa Monica BPO Elks No. 906; Franklin PTA, 1936
Venice/West Los Angeles
West Los Angeles Woman's Club, 1936
25 Sawtelle, Westwood Mid 1920's. Sawtelle; West Los Angeles
Sawtelle, Westwood/Golden Trails
Mid 1920's. Sawtelle; Brentwood Father's Club, 1936;
Brentwood PTAPTA, 1938; Presbyterian Church; Kiwanis Club
of Brentwood Santa Monica; Los Angeles Police Department;
26 Parents Inc., 1955

Beverly Hills/West Hollywood
Rotary Club of West Hollywood, 1936;
Father's Council; Scout Sponsor Inc, 1955; Rosewood School
28 Venice Mehtodist Church, 1936;L.A. Police Dept., 1938;
Citizens Group, Playa Del Rey
Westwood/Golden Trails
Brentwood Parents Inc., 1955
1923; American Legion Post 177, 1936;
Grabby's Troop, Westminster School

29 Westwood
30 Beverly Hills Horace Mann PTA, 1936; Robertson Community Church Men's
Club; Paul Weiss' Troop i
n 1946
Larry Norman Insurance Agency, 1955
1927; Machado PTA, 1936;
Venice Baptist Church; Venice High School PTA;
Mark Twain Jr. High School 1951

1923; Hunts End, Venice Lions Club, 1936
33 Beverly Hills
Rotary Club of Beverly Hills, 1936; El Rodeo Scout House
Founded 1924 as Troop 7; Citizen's Group, 1938;
Broadway School PTA, 1936;
Venice Baptist Church; Reg Bowen, Bill Van Slyke;
Parents Committee

Sawtelle, Westwood Hills, Westwood
Westwood Hills Kiwanis Club, 1936;
Westwood Hills/Westwood
American Legion, Bruin Post 271, 1936; Alpha Phi Omega at UCLA, 
1958 (started at Fairburn Ave School, 1953); The Three-six Corp.

37 Beverly Hills Lions Club of Beverly Hills, 1936;
Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 811 & Father's Committee, 1948;
Beverly Hills City Employees Association reformed 1956
38 Beverly Hills Beverly Hills Fire Depart., 1936;Fox Wilshire Theater 1931;
Mt. Calvary Lutheran Men's Club 1958
39 West Los Angeles
Westwood/Golden Trails
Los Angeles Police Department, West LA Division, 1936;
Crescent Bay Optimist Club

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40 Venice/Marina/Mar Vista 1930; Mar Vista Townsend Club #1, 1936; Betsy Ross PTA/Hut,
1938; Citizens Group, 1948; American Legion Post 177,
father's & Mother's Club, 1955
40 Culver City Ashlin Cutforth attended 1928 Older Scuts Conference in
San Diego
41 Beverly Hills Beverly Hills Rotary Club, 1936;
Robertson Community Fathers Club, 1955
42 Beverly Hills Dad's Club, 1936; Beverly Hills Lions Club;
Westwood Elementary School P.T.A.
42 Culver Palms
International Assn. of Machinists AFL Dist. 1578, 1955 
42 Westwood
Westwood Village Optimist Club reformed 1962
43 Culver Palms Alexander Hamilton School, 1936; Group of Citizens, Palms;
Jewish War Veterans Westwood post  658, 1955

44 Westwood Hills/Westwood
West Los Angeles
1928. American Legion Post 271, 1936;
Rotary Club of Westwood, 1938; Veterans of Foreign Wars;
Voyagers Club Westwood Presbyterian
Church; Family School Alliance of the U.E.S. UCLA, 1955,

45 Santa Monica
Douglas Aircraft, 1936
45 Westwood/Golden Trails Optimist Club of West Los Angeles;
Father's Club of Troop 45 Inc., 1955

46 Venice/Marin/Culver Palms Mar Vista, Church of Later Day Saints, 1936;
47 Culver Palms
Citizens Group, 1936; Church of LDS-La Cienega Ward, 1955
48 Culver Palms VFW, 1936; Washington PTA, 1938; Rotary Club of Culver City,
49 Culver Palms St. Mary's Episcopal Church, 1936;
Hughes Aircraft American Legion Post 612, 1955; Palms

50 Culver Palms Westminster Presbyterian Church Shipmates, 1955
50 Beverly Hills Canfield School Father's Council, 1935;
51 Beverly Hills Citizens Group; Will Rogers Optimist Club, 1955;
Horace Mann School PTA, 1936

Beverly Hills
American Legion Post 253, 1936;
52 Venice Saint Marks Catholic Church, 1949
52 Westwood Emerson Jr. High School PTA 1959
West Los Angeles Japanese Union Church, 1936; Sea Scout Ship "87", 1938
53 Venice/Marina Citizens' group; Marina Del Rey Junior High School P.T.A.
54 Beverly Hills Holy Name Society of St. Mary Magdalene Church, 1936
54 Marina Beethoven PTA 1958
55 Westwood Holy Name Society, Church of St. Paul, School; Church, 1955
56 Culver Palms LDS Church, Westdale Ward, 1955
Santa Monica
Optimist Club, 1936
57 Santa Monica Santa Monica B'nai Brith Lodge No. 1028
57 Culver Palms/West LA Luke Mandamaker American Legion Post 689, 1936
58 Beverly Hills/
West Hollywood
Lions Club Log Cabin, West Hollywood, 1936
59 Santa Monica Founded 1936; George Pardee 1st Scout Master;
then C.L. Hollinger Troops.
59 Westwood Veterans of Foreign Wars, 1948; Kiwanis Club of Rancho Park,
1954; Emerson Jr. High School
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60 Beverly Hills Founded 1936, Dad's Club; Beverly Vista School
60 Venice/Marina Douglas BeeHive Club (Masonic), 1955
Parents Club,
Corpus Christi Catholic Church
60 Westwood Lark Ellen Home for Boys
61 Culver Palms LaBallona School PTA 1936; Palms (1940's)
Optimists Club of Culver City;
La Ballona School PTA, 1948
; then Optimists Club again in 1955
62 Santa Monica/Wilshire Founded 1936, Knights of Columbus; Holy Name Society,
St. Monica's Roman Catholic Church,1955
63 Venice/Marina Mishkon Tefiloh Congregation, 1936; Citizens Group;
Santa Monica B'nai B'rith 1948, Westminister School;
Ocean Park Methodist Church; VFW Post 5394, 1955

64 Beverly Hills Olympic Jewish Center, 1936; Fathers' Council,1955;
Temple Beth Am
65 Westwood/Cheviot Hills American Legion, Post 501, 689, 19356; Cheviot Hills (1940's-
1955); Rancho Park(1950's
66 Santa Monica Latter Day Saints, 1936
66 Culver Palms Holy Name Society, St. Augustines, 1955
67 Santa Monica/Wilshire First Methodist Church, November 23, 1936, Methodist Men's
68 Santa Monica Founded 1936, All Soul's Unitarian Church
68 Culver Palms Frank J. Irwin American Legion, post 541, 547, 1955; Dad's
69 Santa Monica/Wilshire/
Will Rogers/Golden Trails
American Legion Post No. 283, 1940's.
Chamber of Commerce 1947Santa Monica Canyon Civic
Association, 1948; Father's Committee
70 Culver Palms B'nai B'rith; Mar Vista Optimist Club, 1955
71 Venice/Marina 1942; Venice Rotary Club, Betsy Ross Hut; LDS Church
72 Venice/Marina Playa Del Rey School PTA 1956
72 Beverly Hills Church of Good Shepard
72 Council Crescent Bay contingent to 1964 National Jamboree
73 Culver Palms Veterans of Foreign Wars, Post 1476, 1955
73 Council Crescent Bay contingent to 1964 National Jamboree
74 Santa Monica/Sunset Calvary Baptist Church, 1955
74 Council Crescent Bay contingent to 1960 National Jamboree
74 Culver Palms Calvary Baptist Church; Culver City Presbyterian Church, 1962
74 Marina Knights of Columbus, Saint Marks Catholic Church
75 Council Crescent Bay contingent to 1960 National Jamboree
75 Venice/Marina 1940; Venice Community Church; Wesleyan men's Club, 1955;
re-form 1964 Methodist Church men's club
76 Westwood Westwood Gardens Civic Association, 1955
77 Venice/Marina Mission Legion-Mission of Moose 77 1936;
Lutheran Church, Loyola Village 1949
Transfiguration Evangelical Lutheran Church, 1955

78 Santa Monica/Wilshire Malibu Beach American Legion Post No. 605
78 Golden Trails St. Martin of Tours-Holy Name Society, 1960 Brentwood
79 Culver Palms Sawtelle Basin Home Owners
79 Westwood/Golden Trails Scout Fathers, 1955
80 Westwood Rancho Park Lions Club, 1955
81 Westwood/Golden Trails Brentwood Lion's Club, 1955
82 Westwood/Golden Trails Holy Name Society-Saint Joan of Arc Parish. 1955
83 Beverly Hill Rotary Club of West Hollywood, 1948; West Hollywood School
84 Golden Trails Club Aguila Real, 1960
85 Venice Oakwood Playground 12/1950
85 Santa Monica/Will Rogers St. Matthews Episcopol Church
88 Westwood/Golden Trails American Legion, Post 89. West L.A. Lions Club, 1955
90 Santa Monica/Will Rogers Pacific Palisades P.T.A.; American Legion post 796, post 283 in
91 Beverly Hills/Culver Palms West Adams. started 1941, folded 1949, revived, disbanded 1953;
Castle Heights PTA, 1955
92 Culver Palms El Marino School, PTA, 1955
93 Culver Palms Men's Brotherhood Grace Lutheran Church, 1955
95 Santa Monica Bekins Van and Storage, 1955
99 Westwood Westwood Village Lion's Club 1954;
St. Alban's Episcopal Church, 1955

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100 Santa Monica/Wilshire Douglas Aircraft Air Troop, 1940's; American Legion Post 523,
1947; Beverly Vista Presbyterian Church
Beverly Hills
Exchange Club, 1955
101 Council Adult Training Troop 1930's
101 Will Rogers Malibu Optimist Club
102 Beverly Hills St. Mary Magdalen Catholic Church
103 Culver Palms Westdale Scouters, 1955
105 Marina
106 Santa Monica/Will Rogers Six Committeemen, 1955; Rustic Canyon Parents Club
107 Venice
107 Santa Monica Mt. Olive Lutheran Brotherhood;
Christian & Military Alliance Church of Santa Monica, 1955
108 Westwood
108 Culver Palms Grace Lutheran Church, 1963
109 Beverly Hills Beverly Hills Catholic School, Cheviot Hills 1957, Rosewood 1946
109 Santa Monica Trinity Baptist Church, 1964
110 Culver Palms
110 Westwood Bel Air Presbyterian Church, 1963
111 Westwood Faith Tabernacle, Assemblies of God
111 Santa Monica Dad's Club of Santa Monica, 1961
112 Santa Monica Veterans Service league,Harold Locke.
Troop became an Explorer post in 1947

112 Santa Monica Thomas A. Edison PTA 1957
113 Culver Palms Culver City Exchange Club; Citizens Group, 1955
115 Beverly Hills Concordia Congregation Brotherhood Lutheran Church, 1955
116 Culver Palms Temple Akiba, Culver City 1958
117 Golden Trails Kenter Canyon School P.T.A.
118 Culver Palms St. Johns Presbyterian; Clover Ave School P.T.A., 1958;
B'Nai Brith 1965
120 Westwood Men's Council Redeemer Baptist Church, 1955
121 Culver Palms Culver City Optimists 1958
122 Culver Palms Culver City Moose Lodge no. 1612, 1955
123 Santa Monica/Wilshire/
Will Rogers
St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Santa Monica Fireman's Assn. 1946;
Board of Education-Pacific Palisades Community Methodist
Church, 195

125 Santa Monica BPO Elks No. 906. Became an Explorer Post in 1946;
LDS Church of Santa Monica 3rd Ward, 1955
126 Santa Monica/Will Rogers Optimist Club of Santa Monica
127 Marina Venice Rotary Club, 1960
129 Culver Palms
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130 Culver Palms
130 Santa Monica Santa Monica Corps of Salvation Army
131 Venice/Marina Pholco-Bendix Corp. 1957; Parents Committee
132 Westwood
134 Marina Knights of Columbus no. 3744, 1963
137 Westwood Warner Ave School; Westwood Village/west LA Rotary Club, 1955
140 Golden Trails Westwood Village Lutheran Church 1958
141 Westwood Saint Timothy's Roman Catholic Church, 1955
144 Westwood/Westwood Hills Westwood Cubber's Club, 1935; American Legion Post 563;
LDS Church Westwood 1st and 2nd Wards
145 Westwood L.D.S.-Westwood Ward W.M.N.I.A., 1955
145 Beverly Hills
146 Culver Palms Culver City Kiwanis Club, 1955
147 Culver Palms LDS Church
149 Culver Palms
Hughes Aircraft American Legion Post 612, 1955
150 Santa Monica Parents Community Association, 1960; A.M.Vets post 2
154 Marina Walgrove-Beethoven Community Youth Activities Committee, 1955
156 Culver Palms Citizens Group, 1956; American Legion no. 46
157 Culver Palms Citizens group, 1962
158 Culver Palms First Baptist Church of Mar Vista, 1955
160 Santa Monica
Santa Monica Bay Optimist Club, 1955
162 Beverly Hills Temple Emanuel Brotherhood, 1964
165 Westwood Cheviot Hills
167 Marina Venice-Marina Rotary Club
169 Culver Palms Maynard Memorial Methodist Church
177 Santa Monica Ocean Park Methodist Church, 1957; First Presbyterian Church
192 Culver Palms Breakfast Optimist Club of Culver City, 1960
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200 Beverly Hills Fathers' Council Canfield Ave Elementary School
201 Beverly Hills Canfield Ave School PTA, 1958
210 Westwood Westwood Jr. Chamber of Commerce, 1958
213 Beverly Hills Dad's Club of 213, 1959; Brotherhood of Temple Issiah
218 Westwood Saint John's Presbyterian Church
220 Will Rogers Topanga Lions Club, 1957
222 Santa Monica Sertoma International-Santa Monica, 1955

223 Santa Monica/Will Rogers St. Matthews Episcopal Church;
Men's Club of Pacific Palisades Methodist Church, 1955
224 Will Rogers Optimist Club of Malibu
227 Golden Trails Brotherhood of University Synagogue
228 Golden Trails Brentwood Optimist Club 1957; Citizens Group
237 Golden Trails Westdale Lions Club 1959
250 Golden Trails Hardman Aerospace
253 Beverly Hills
258 Council Adult Leader Training Troop
260 Golden Trails Golden Trails West Los Angeles Optimist Club
290 Santa Monica American Legion Post No. 290
290 Westwood/Golden Trails Pacific Post American Legion Post No, 290, 1955
300 Westwood/Golden Trails Brentwood Presbyterian Church, 1955
313 Culver Palms Citizens Group, 1955
360 Beverly Hills Beth Jacob Congregation
368 Marina LDS Church
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400 Will Rogers Pacific Palisades Presbyterian Church


426 Will Rogers
435 Will Rogers
442 Santa Monica/Will Rogers Pacific Palisades Men's Club, 1955
459 Council Cub training Troop
485 Will Rogers
486 Santa Monica/Will Rogers Corpus Christi Church, 1955
613 Culver Palms
653 Santa Monica
655 Santa Monica LDS Church-Santa Monica 2nd Ward
764 Marina Parents club, 1964
906 Santa Monica/Wilshire Elks Lodge No. 906,1947
1830 Will Rogers LDS Church
1847 Westwood/Golden Trails LDS Church-Brentwood Ward, 1955
3000 Will Rogers Staff Troop at Camp Josepho, may also be Post 3000

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