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Summer Camp Information & Logistics Meeting

Posted on May 25 2018 - 9:25am

All scouts going to summer camp and at least one parent should attend this meeting at 7pm on June 6. We will go over the plans, expectations and requirements for summer camp.  

2018 Summer Camp

Posted on May 24 2018 - 10:23pm

Summer 2018 scout summer camp will be in Colorado.  Base camp will be at San Isabel Scout Ranch and high adventure activities are at Rocky Mountain High Adventure Base.  We will leave Houston on Friday morning June 15 and return to Houston on Sunday evening June 24.  We must have current BSA Medical Forms parts A, B and C.  Current means completed after June 23, 2017 (in other words, less than a year old from the latest date in camp).  Note that Part C of the form requires a doctor to examine you and sign the form.  The fee for summer camp is:

Personal Fitness and Family Life

Posted on May 10 2018 - 12:32pm

Many scouts have started the Personal Fitness and Family Life eagle required merit badges.  These merit badges require scouts to record activities over a three month period.  The full requirements are found at this BSA site.  Personal Fitness requires a the scout to outline a comprehensive 12-week physical fitness program and show it to Mr. Teel, the counselor.  We have been asking for this in meetings and the e-blast for over a year.  Family life requires the scout to prepare a list of his regular home duties or chores (at least five) and do them for 90 days while recording completion.  A parent should "sign-off" on the duty sheet before the scout shows it to Mr. Teel.  For Family Life, the parents are co-counselors with Mr. Teel.  Parents, please review the requirements and work with your scout to complete them.  Digital merit badge pamphlets are available at  http://www.scoutstuff.org/bsa/literature-media.html .  Digitally formatted pamphlets will not replace the traditional ones, but will be available in addition to the printed copy currently sold at local Scout service centers or trading posts.

National Youth Leadership Training ("NYLT")

Posted on May 10 2018 - 12:28pm
NYLT is an intensive six-day training experience for Senior Patrol Leaders, Assistant Senior Patrol leaders, Patrol leaders, Crew leaders and other youth leaders as well as prospective Troop/Crew leaders. For the Scout who desires to be a better and more effective leader NYLT is an unparalleled opportunity! Through activities, presentations, challenges, discussions, and audio-visual support, NYLT participants will be engaged in a unified approach to leadership that will give skills and confidence. This course fills up very quickly so make plans now. 

Philmont Family Adventure Week

Posted on Apr 12 2018 - 12:07pm

Philmont Family Adventure Week is a once-in-a-lifetime chance to experience the Philmont Scout Ranch like never before! Open to all registered members of the BSA and their families, you will have a chance to participate in all of the incredible activities offered at Philmont and make memories with your family that will last a lifetime.  Dates vary between June 24 and July 7.  Philmont's flyer is here.

Citizenship in the World

Posted on Mar 22 2018 - 12:09pm

Mr. Stephens continues to offer Citizenship in the World.  Several scouts started this badge last May and still have requirements outstanding (especially #2, #4, #5, #6 and #7).  Please review the requirements here and be prepared to complete the badge.  This will require some work at home.  You really can not complete all of this just by attending the meeting.  Please take responsibility and be prepared.  This is an eagle required merit badge.

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