Richmond, TX, US
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-The District First Aid Meet is January 23rd. We will meet at Bob's Taco on the 90 at 7:30am for breakfast (optional but anyone is welcome to join us) and then head over to Trinity Lutheran Church 1512 Louise Street in Rosenberg for the 8:30am meet. (Participation in this event and the Monday night meetings during when First Aid is being discussed are great ways to work towards your First Aid Merti Badge which is Eagle required.)
-Scouting for Food drop off of flyers is January 30th. We will meet at McDonalds on the 359 by Pecan Grove at 8:00am (optional but anyone is welcome to join us) and then pass out flyers in our desginated areas. (Both drop off and pick up are great ways to earn service hours in Scouting.)
-Scouting for Food pick up is February 6th. Again we will meet at McDonalds on the 359 by Pecan Grove at 8:00am (optional but anyone is welcome to join us) and then pick up the bags of food from our desginated areas, meet back at McDonalds parking lot to count and then deliver to Helping Hands pantry.
Times and challenges change, yet the values of Scouting will never change. Scouts of any era would recognize every word that you live by today, because those words have always defined Scouting. The goodness of a person and of the society he or she lives in often comes down to very simple things, and the words found in the Scout Law. Every society depends on trust and loyalty, on courtesy and kindness, on bravery and reverence. These are the values of Scouting, and these are the values of America.
— George W. Bush
Boy Scouting is designed for boys’ ages 11 through 17, who are old enough to be on their own in the out-of-doors. While adults serve as key leaders, Boy Scouts hold leadership positions and plan the troop's program.
The passage from Cub Scout pack to Boy Scout troop should be smooth, with no time lost in between. By the time Webelos Scouts are ready to cross over, they and their families should be familiar and comfortable with the youth and adult leaders of the troop, their role in the troop and troop activities, and feel excited about beginning this new adventure.
A Webelos Scout who has earned the Arrow of Light Award has now completed all the requirements for the Scout badge and may join a Boy Scout troop.
If you are a Webelos Scout Leader or just a parent looking for a Troop, come visit Troop 1880 and learn what Boy Scouting is all about.
For more information or to arrange a visit please contact