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Pack 164, 182, 209, 281, 343, 393, 423, 424, 494, 545, 548, 585, 712, 812, 882, 925, 1065, 1103, 1235, 1820, 1829, 1836, and 1919
Troop 209, 230, 320, 423, 490, 584, 608, 1065, 1078, 1103, 1146, 1288, 1455, 1456, 1820, 1829, and 1919
Team 780, 1065, 1078, 1820, and 1829
Crew 424, 557, 567, 584, 780, 1065, 1078, 1820, and 1829
Scout Oath: On my honor I will do my best...To help other people at all times...
Scout Law: A Scout is ...helpful...cheerful...
Scout Slogan: Do a Good Turn daily.
We all know this by heart. We recite this every week in our scout meetings. It is now time to demonstrate to our communities the value of Scouting in the lives of our young men. So please, please, please select a service project for your scout unit this week and register online. Click on council link: www.shac.org/community-service-day for the project list or identify a worthy service project yourself. Remember that Eagle Scout Service Projects can be done. 17 scouts units were given a special boy scout knife at the last Roundtable, since they registered by 9/30/14. Any scout unit who registers from will be given a special prize if you're present at Cub or Boy Scout Roundtable on at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints Katy Stake Center on Norwalk Dr. At the same time, all registered units will be given a 100K Service Project Sign that they can proudly post at their service project location on to publicize the good Scouting does in their community.
Only 34 units out of 85 scout units in Texas Skies District have registered so far. The scout units addressed above have not registered so far. Our district goal is for 60 scout units to participate. This is what Scouting is all about and our community needs our help! We can easily do this with your help! So please, please, please don't let time run out. is only 2 1/2 weeks away, so don't delay! By the way, I will not have to wear that funky looking purple hard hat at Roundtable, if we reach our goal by .
Thanks for all the good you do,
Texas Skies District Service Chair
It's Time For Roundtable!
The Texas Skies District, Sam Houston Area Council. BSA roundtable is held the second Thursday of each month.
Come out to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 1603 Norwalk Drive, Katy, TX 77450 Thursday, November 13 at 7PM.
Get informed on how to boost your scouting program.
Check out this year's Cub Program
See what's happening this year at Boy Scout Roundtable