Thursday, October 25, 2012

November 3rd NASCAR Scout Tickets



Dear Scouts/Packs and Troop Leaders,
The
NASCAR Nationwide Series returns to the high banks of Texas Motor Speedway for racing on Saturday evening, November 3 for the running of the O’Reilly Auto Parts Challenge. Scouts will have the opportunity to purchase $15 tickets to see NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Final Practice and Nationwide Series Qualifying and then the exciting Nationwide Series race under the lights on November 3. Additional adult/troop leader tickets will be discounted to $25 per ticket. Tickets will be in a special scout section with your troop’s seats blocked together. All Scouts/Packs and Troop Leaders must be in uniform. Come see the new stars of NASCAR battle for the Nationwide Series win at The Great American Speedway!®
For the application go to:
http://www.longhorncouncil.org/uploads/17/17f72418-c371-43bd-ac40-aecc0e36b5dc.pdf

Wednesday, October 24, 2012

American Nuclear Society at Texas A&M University

http://ans.tamu.edu/scouting


Every year, our organization hosts multiple Nuclear Science Merit Badge Workshops for Boy Scouts to complete their Nuclear Science Merit Badge. We will be hosting one event for the Fall semester of 2012 on November 3rd. I am contacting you because I am hoping that you have the capabilities to forward this on to the troops in your district to inform them of this event. Our website gives more information about the event and registration at ans.tamu.edu/scouting. I also have a flier that can be distributed.     If you are not the right person to speak to about spreading the word of this event, could you please forward me on to the correct contact for your district? I would greatly appreciate it!    Thanks for your time and effort to help promote our event!    Christopher Chance and Lily Raabe  Nuclear Science Merit Badge Program Directors    American Nuclear Society | Texas A&M University  nuclearbsa@gmail.com


830) 391-1994
nuclearbsa@gmail.com


Tuesday, October 23, 2012

A couple of useful announcements

Unit Inventories- The membership inventory is a part of the unit’s charter renewal and will assist the unit in building strength with a quality program. It should be conducted 60 days prior to the unit’s charter review meeting. By doing a membership inventory a charter plan can be put in place to help in collecting missing information or removing both youth and adult members in the unit. Unit are asked to submit a print out from their tracking system, word/excel, or hand written list of youth and adults to a Unit Commissioner, District Executive, or e-mail to 662crosstimbers@bsamail.org
                Due to be completed by October 26th, 2012 5:00pm
Voice of the Scout E-mailed survey system- The Voice of the Scout is membership feedback system that will be able to capture and categorize member experiences in a way that will address operational and strategic needs of Scouting. It will allow the insight needed to deliver a membership that goes beyond expectations, creating positive referrals and a data-driven approach toward growth.  In order to better serve our members we need help updating e-mail address. This update can be done when the unit processes their charter or submitted through unit inventories.  

Re-Charter-
                Training- Available by Appointment after Friday November 2nd
November 1st  6:00pm Trinity United Methodist Church
                 1200 West Green Oaks Arlington, TX 76013

                Processing-
November 2nd- On-line system opens
November 5th- Please log in and upload roster
November 26th- Charter Submitted in time to get Signatures
                Turn-in-
November 13th-16th Early Bird Charter Turn in at Roundtable or by Appointment
                                December 9th – 4:00pm-6:00pm LDS Charter Turn in Arlington Stake Center
December 11th- 7:00pm Round Table Re-Charter Turn in
                                December 15th- ALL Charters DUE 9am-Noon Turn-In @ TBA

NOTE- Charter FEE Change to Unit Liability Insurance cost is going from $20.00 to $40.00.

Beascout.org On-line application going active- Starting October 1st units can opt in to the online application. Access is through the beascout.org through the myscouting.org account. Units must activate to allow folks to submit and have the top three leaders in the unit with myscouting.org accounts. For units there is a training video https://www.youtube.com/embed/jXzSspKM0ao?rel=0. In person presentation will be provided at November Roundtable so that all groups can see the presentation.
Journey to Excellence- Forms are included in the Charter Packets or accessed through http://www.scouting.org/jte.aspx
                2012- Please complete and turn in with Charters. Through the Journey to Excellence website units can use a an excel document help determine their achievement level. Units are highly encouraged to use the Internet Advancement System and Service Hours Website accessible through myscouting.org or the Journey to Excellence web site.
                2013- Have been released and can be used to start planning for next year. Changes for Units the Training is 2/3 of leaders and the participation in the Scoutstrong Program.

Thursday, October 18, 2012

CubCast

CubCast has been a great tool for sharing new information about the Cub Scouting program and for helping leaders with questions about how to improve their dens and packs.
During our transition month, we will be re-airing the October 2011 CubCast on Citizenship to give you a feel for the type of content we will offer. When you tune in in November, you'll notice that instead of two shorter segments, the new format will include a single, but longer, podcast. This will allow us to delve a bit deeper into those topics that volunteers really want to know more about.
Additionally, we're introducing some new co-hosts that we think you'll love, along with a great new theme song. Tune in and tell us what you think.
You can find us by clicking on the CubCast tab at www.scouting.org/ScoutCast.

Wednesday, October 17, 2012

November 3, 2012 Scout Day At Dick's Sporting Goods

Scout Day at Dick’s Sporting Good at the Parks Mall-
Please share this information with all of your scouting contact. We also have coupons for select gear. If your unit would like some please contact 662crosstimbers@bsamail.org with address for delivery.
We are also asking for units to sign up to take an hour time slot to man a scouting table both up stairs and down stairs. This is an opportunity for Scouts and adults to share information about their unit. Shifts will start at 9:00am and Run to 6:00pm. We will go on first come first serve in selection of one time slot. All requests must be e-mailed to 662crosstimbers@bsamail.org with the adult leader contact, unit and time requested.
Yours in Scouting
Steve Willey
Cross Timbers Membership Chair

Tuesday, October 16, 2012

2012 Take Order Incentivces

Check out these Great Take Order Incentives. For additional information follow the link.

Saturday, October 27, 2012 2:00 – 5:00 pm Bass Pro Shops
Longhorn Council’s Overall Top Selling Take Order Scout
(and 15 friends!) will enjoy free fishing, pizza and drink

Saturday, November 17, 2012 10:00 am – Noon Texas Rangers Treasure Fun at the Ball Park. Top selling Scout from the Unit.


The following is an either/or for youth that fill up an order form
Saturday, November 3, 2012 10:00 am – Noon- It’z Pizza
Qualifying Scouts will receive 30 points to play games and enjoy a free pizza buffet and drink (buffet begins at 11:00)
or
Summit Climbing Gym
Saturday, November 3, 2012 10:00 – 11:00 am
Qualifying Scouts will climb indoors free for one hour
http://www.longhorncouncil.org/uploads/9e/9eb5a9e3-fd07-47ab-ba60-39c6360bb5cb.pdf

Monday, October 15, 2012

Oct 8 & Nov 5 OPEN HOUSE @ T-380 - Please forward this email to all Pack members


Open House Oct 8 & Nov 5 @ Troop 380 - come join us! 
Oct 8th and Nov 5 have been set by 380 PLC (youth patrol leader council leadership) for OPEN HOUSE. Hope you and your 4th & 5th grade Cub Scouts can join 380. Each Open House is different and designed to give visiting Cub Scouts or persons interested in joining any Boy Scout Troop both practical info and fun experiences.
The Oct 8th Open House from 7pm to 9pm will include experiences from the troop's USS Fort Worth Commissioning trip to Galveston and a special presentation. Several hands-on Scout activities including lashing poles contest, setting up tent timed event and hands-on First Aid skills including enough blood to make a Halloween vampire happy. Just let us know you are coming and 380 will keep you a bowl of cobbler, before the other goblins eat it all up:-)
Nov 5 from 7:30pm to 9pm Open House will feature the plans for coming January 18-21 trip to Mustang Island and weekend "Live-a-Board USS Lexington campout trip, plus details of T-380 Scout Summer Camp 2013 trip to North Carolina. Please join us for one or both or all!
January 18-19-20-21 @ Austin SP-Mustang Island-USS Lexington
Cub Scout WI's and WII's are invited.
Lv Friday evening at 6pm and drive to McKinney Falls State Park in Austin, screened-in shelter sleeping, Sat historical stop on the way to Mustang Island State Park for tent camping Sat night in SP campsites; includes on the beach sand castle building and wave jumping time in the Gulf of Mexico! Troop cooked dinner and Sun breakfast with religious moment on the beach. Arrive at USS Lexington Sunday at 1pm for "live-a-board" program on USS Lexington aircraft carrier until 0900 departure Monday! After 380 stop for lunch and other necessary stop(s), arrive home early evening Monday (AISD holiday).
Mr. J - (Charles Jeffreys)
a.k.a. - Troop 380 Scoutmaster
817-313-2001
B.S.A. Troop 380 meets 7:30pm Monday
Scout Hut at Northwest Christian Church
1001 N. Davis -  Arlington TX 76012
(1-mile South of I-30 & Lamar HS)

On-Line Application Available to Longhorn Council Units

National Announcement-

The Membership Impact Department has linked up with the Information Delivery Group to launch the BSA's first online application process. They offer the opportunity for councils to be part of the beta council testing this fall. Ninety-two councils have agreed to be engaged in this new endeavor.
By participating in the beta testing process, councils will be able to allow prospective Scouting families to submit applications to join online instead of by the traditional paper form.
This is just the first step in the application process. BeAScout Phase 2 will not complete the application process; registration fees will not be collected online.
Training and marketing materials have been developed to assist councils in the promotion of BeAScout, along with resources created to help local council executives and district volunteers train unit leaders on how BeAScout works. Training materials are formatted in PowerPoint along with recorded presentations.
What Units need to know about being part of the Beta test?
The Top Three Unit Leaders will need to have an associated myscouting.org account. These are Charter Organization Representative, Committee Chair, Cubmaster, Scoutmaster, Coach, or Advisor. A unit will not be able to activate or use the online application if someone is missing in the myscouting.org account. Those that currently don't have myscouting.org accounts will be contacted directly about setting up an account.
If an application is submitted to the unit on-line, does it automatically register? No. If it is a youth, one of the top three leaders has to approve it. Adult the Committee Chair and Charter Organization Representative have to log in and approve it.
What about payment? The unit still collects the registration money and prints a receipt from the beascout.org system with a tracking number.
There will be additional questions we know, please let a commissioner or the district executive know so we can pass them along.
Additional Resources can be found through






Check out these "COOL" Take Order Incentives for Selling POPCORN


Check out these Great Take Order Incentives. For additional information follow the link.
Saturday, October 27, 2012 2:00 – 5:00 pm Bass Pro Shops
Longhorn Council's Overall Top Selling Take Order Scout
(and 15 friends!) will enjoy free fishing, pizza and drink
Saturday, November 17, 2012 10:00 am – Noon Texas Rangers Treasure Fun at the Ball Park. Top selling Scout from the Unit.
The following is an either/or for youth that fill up an order form
Saturday, November 3, 2012 10:00 am – Noon- It'z Pizza
Qualifying Scouts will receive 30 points to play games and enjoy a free pizza buffet and drink (buffet begins at 11:00)
or
Summit Climbing Gym
Saturday, November 3, 2012 10:00 – 11:00 am
Qualifying Scouts will climb indoors free for one hour

On Mon, Sep 10, 2012 at 7:33 AM, rodney gibson <popcorn.xtdistrict@gmail.com> wrote:
Crostimbers District Popcorn Kernels,
You can pick up Take Order Forms at Tuesday,s Roundtable at 7:30 PM at
Pantego Christian Academy
2201 West Park Row Drive, Arlington, TX
You can also download a PDF of the form as well on the Longhorn council website 
Please see the link below that is to Longhorn Council website for everything Popcorn.
Other information found on this website:
  • Important Popcorn dates
  • Commission structure ( how much money does your unit keep from popcorn sales)
  • Take order Incentives ( These really motivate our boys to set a goal and do their best)
Each Unit Needs to get The Popcorn Take Order Campaign started off with a "KICK OFF Meeting" with your Pack/Troop. Talk about the incentives and challenge each scout to "Do Their Best" to help their Unit. Each Scout can do something.Contact me if you need ideas.
Good Luck
Rodney Gibson / Crosstimbers District Popcorn Kernel

Pumpkins for Scout groups from Church Pumpkin Patch


Hey X/T Scouters,

  I know many scout groups do pumpkin decorating activities and other fall programs where a pumpkin might be of good use.  Our church along with Rush Creek Christian hosts a pumpkin patch each October to raise funds for Youth Summer Service Trips.  The senior minister and I are both former scouts and from scouting families.  We would love the opportunity to assist scouting groups in picking out their pumpkins.  We have many varieties and sizes that stores don't have and proceeds support youth doing service work (definitely ideals instilled in me by Scouting and OA).  We can't do much of a discount since it is a fundraiser, but our prices compare to stores and vary by size (.50 for 2 inch diameter to $50 for 2.5' diameter).

Press release attached if helpful.

Thank You for your service,


Bill Jeffreys
Associate Minister
Youth and Children's Ministries

First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ)
Arlington, Texas

Main: 817-277-2634





EXTENTION FOR EARLY REGISTRATION TIL OCTOBER 19th Longhorn Council Camporee Cub Scout Flyer

Cub Scout Flyer:



Cub Scout Fun Day 2012
at the Longhorn Council Camporee
Texas Motor Speedway - November 9-11, 2012
Celebrating the Adventure, Continuing the Journey
Texas Motor Speedway hosts Cub Scout Fun Day 2012 and Boy Scout Camporee the weekend of November 9-11,
2012. The program is packed with fun and challenging activities, displays, events, and Scouting skills for Tiger
Cubs, Cub Scouts, and Webelos. Enjoy exciting shows and spectacular demonstrations throughout the day. Family
Camping is allowed. With more than 9,000 Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, Venturers, parents, and adult Scouters
expected, the weekend looks to be the largest camp-out in the history of the Longhorn Council.
Camporee Registration
Registration opens on August 4
th. This is a "Rain or Shine" event. Look for the registration forms on the Council
Web site,
www.longhorncouncil.org. Cub Scout Fun Day is Saturday November 10 for those coming out just for
the day.
All participants—Tiger Cubs, Cub Scouts, Webelos, parents, and leaders—must register and pay the
appropriate fee to attend the Longhorn Council Camporee events. Special wrist bands will be issued and checked.

Pack Information Packets
All Dens and Packs who register for Cub Scout Fun Day will receive Participant Information Packets and regular
email updates with details on arrival, check-in, programs, camping areas, parking, departure, and more.
Contact Information
Council Camporee Chairman: ........ John Park, Troop 75, Crew 75. ...................... jpark.1@charter.net
Logistics Chairman: ........................ Michael Cawood, Troop 43. .......................... cawoodmd@swbell.net
Cub Scout Chairman: ...................... Debra Furst, Pack 771. .................................. Debra@Furstranch.com
Volunteering
Volunteers are the heart of Scouting. If your unit has parents and adult leaders who can help staff a Cub Scout Fun
Day activity or any of the many other programs and events, please contact Cub Scout Chairman Debra Furst at
Debra@Furstranch.com. If your Pack has adults who can volunteer to help with event logistics, please contact
Logistics Chairman Michael Cawood at cawoodmd@swbell.net
Patches and T-shirts
The first 9,000 registered participants are guaranteed to receive a commemorative "SCOUTING, Celebrating the
Adventure, Continuing the Journey" Camporee patch. Register early to guarantee your patch. Any surplus patches
will be sold at the Trading Post.
T-shirts must be ordered in advance and are to be picked up by the unit
representative at Check-in at Texas Motor Speedway.
Stage Show
Scouts are asked to try out for the talent show competition with the top six acts performing live at Saturday night's
Camporee Stage Show. Acts could include the playing of musical instruments, singing, dancing, skits, acrobatics,
magic show or any other entertaining talent by a single scout, den or groups of scouts. Audition times will be
announced at registration. Acts must be limited to three minutes.
First Aid
A first aid station with qualified emergency medical response personnel will be located near the Headquarters area.
Camping, Water, Fire and Fuels
Each District will have a clearly marked, designated Pack Family Camping area. District representatives will assign
campsites on a first-come, first served basis and according to Pack size based on paid preregistration.
A water supply source is available on-site; however, units should bring as much water in containers as possible. NO
GROUND FIRES ARE ALLOWED. Charcoal, propane or liquid fuel stoves are permitted. Charcoal cooking
requires a grill with a lid.
Port-a-potties will be available throughout the Camporee site. Limited flush toilets and showers are available.
Longhorn Council, Boy Scouts of America www.longhorncouncil.org
8-2-12 Camporee 2012 Page
2 of 2
Cub Scout Fun Day Programs
The following are some of the programs offered at the Cub Scout Fun Day. All programs and competition areas are
designed to handle multiple dens simultaneously.
Shooting Sports Inflatables
Archery Bounce Houses
BB Guns Obstacle Courses
Marshmallow Shooters Big Slides
Rubber Band Guns
Wrist Rockets
Crafts
Face Painting
Group Activities
Make a Harmonica
Pushmobile Derby Leatherwork
Human Foosball Native America Dancers
Tug O'War Build and Launch Paper Rockets
Flour Battle Make a First Aid Kit
Make a Neckerchief Slide
Feats of Skill
Soccer Kick
Demonstrations / Vendors
Calf Roping Comanche Stories
Disc Golf Civil War Re-enactors
Jousting 1842 Texas Rangers
Climbing Wall SWAT Teams
Monster Toss Police with Canine Units & Other Equipment
Washer Toss Mobile Dairy
Ring Toss 1872 U.S. Cavalry
Bean Bag Toss Camporee Show
Hoops Toss (Pumpkin Toss with hoops & cones) Fireworks
Football Ring Toss Military Vehicle and Equipment Displays
Pumpkin Toss Dallas Stars
Monkey Bridges Fort Worth Cats
Golf Putting Course CareFlite
Ladder Golf Carter Blood Care
Stilt Races Tarrant Food Bank
Hippity Hop Balls Various Outdoor Equipment Displays
Bowling Outdoor Equipment Vendors Midway
Lawn Fishing
Rolling Culverts
Texas Skiis
Walk the Plank
Special Events
Bosch Tools/Dremel Demonstration / Build a Pinewood Derby Car
Pinewood Derby Test Track
Geocaching Adventure
Service Project – Make a Christmas Card for a Soldier
…and much, much more!
INTERESTED IN HELPING
A large number of people will be required to help staff the administrative and activity areas of this event. If you are
interested in helping please contact:
Debra Furst, Cub Scout Chairman: .............................. Debra@Furstranch.com
John Park, Camporee Chairman: ................................. jpark.1@charter.net
Michael Cawood, Logistics Chairman: ....................... cawoodmd@swbell.net

Council Camporee registration


X/T Scouters FYI:
The Council Camporee committee has agreed to move the October 15 deadline for early registration to Friday October 19. We are trying to take some stress off units.  All T-shirt orders must be in by October 25 in order to have them ready in time for Friday night's registration.

Merit Badge News


On the horizon!
Next year will bring about a number of new merit badges spread throughout the year.  Exciting times ahead!  The Game Design MB is expected to be released in March of 2013 and the Programming MB and the Sustainability MB are targeted for the National Jamboree.

Search and Rescue MB
As you know, the Search and Rescue MB was released back in August.  I’m sorry to say that we still do not have a counselor for this merit badge.  If you know of someone that you think would be qualified to be a counselor have them fill out an application and get it to me ASAP.

New MB Counselor List
You can find the latest edition of the MB Counselor Listing (dated 10/2/12) at crosstimbersdistrict.org/documents/badge.pdf.                                           The username is tiger and the password is Eagle29.  Both words are case sensitive.  Any questions, contact me.

Charlie Oliver
817-467-5418
ceoliver@swbell.net

EXTENTION FOR EARLY REGISTRATION Longhorn Council Camporee Boy Scout Flyer-

EXTENTION UNTIL OCTOBER 19th for Early REGISTRATION.
Longhorn Council, Boy Scouts of America www.longhorncouncil.org
8-1-12 Camporee 2012 Page
1 of 2
Longhorn Council Camporee
Celebrating the Adventure, Continuing the Journey
Texas Motor Speedway. November 9-11, 2012
Texas Motor Speedway hosts the 2012 Council Camporee the weekend of November 9-10-11, 2012. The program
is packed with challenging events, traditional Scouting skills, exciting shows and spectacular demonstrations. With
more than 9,000 Scouts and Scouters expected, the weekend looks to be the largest en-masse camp-out in the history
of the Longhorn Council.
Camporee Registration
Registration opens on August 4
th. All participating Scouts, Varsity Scouts, Venturers and their leaders must register
for the Camporee. This is a “Rain or Shine” event. Look for the registration forms on the Council website


Participant Information Packets
All registered units will receive Participant Information Packets and regular email updates with details on arrival,
check-in, district camping assignments, parking, program, departure, and more.
Contact Information
Camporee Chairman: ...................... John Park, Troop 75, Crew 75. ...................... jpark.1@charter.net
Logistics Chairman: ........................ Michael Cawood, Troop 43. .......................... cawoodmd@swbell.net
Boy Scout Chairman: ...................... Chesley Brown, Troop 353 ............................ maulinda@itexas.net
Volunteering
Volunteers are the heart of Scouting. If your Troop or Crew has older youth or adults who can staff a Scouting
Skills event, Camporee activity, or any of the many other Camporee programs please contact Camporee Chairman
John Park at jpark.1@charter.net. If your Troop or Crew has older youth or adults who can volunteer to help with
Camporee logistics please contact Logistics Chairman Michael Cawood at
cawoodmd@swbell.net.
Patches and T-shirts
First 9,000 registered participants will receive a commemorative “SCOUTING, Celebrating the Adventure,
Continuing the Journey” Camporee patch. Any surplus patches will be sold at the Trading Post. T-shirts are
available for advanced purchase ONLY, with pickup at Check-in.
Talent Acts at Stage Show
Scouts are asked to try out for the talent show competition with the top six acts performing live at Saturday night’s
Camporee Stage Show. Acts could include the playing of musical instruments, singing, dancing, skits, acrobatics,
magic show or any other entertaining talent by a single scout, patrol or groups of scouts. Audition times will be
announced at registration. Acts must be limited to three minutes.
First Aid
A first aid station with qualified emergency medical response personnel will be located near the Headquarters area.
Competitions - Patrol Flags, Campsites, Gateways, and more …
Patrol Flags, Campsites, Gateways, and more will be judged by the Council and District Commissioner staff.
Camping, Water, Fire and Fuels
Each District will have a clearly marked, designated campsite area. District representatives will assign campsites on
a first-come, first served basis and according to unit size based on paid preregistration. A water supply source is
available on-site; however, units should bring as much water in containers as possible. NO GROUND FIRES ARE
ALLOWED. Charcoal, propane or liquid fuel stoves are permitted. Charcoal cooking requires a grill with a lid.
Port-a-potties will be available throughout the Camporee site. Limited flush toilets and showers are available.
Cub Scouts and Webelos
Webelos and Cub Scouts families are invited to camp or just visit the Camporee and attend the Cub Scout Family
Fun Day held in conjunction with the Camporee. Pack Family Camping is allowed at the Cub Scout Fun Day.
Longhorn Council, Boy Scouts of America www.longhorncouncil.org
8-1-12 Camporee 2012 Page
2 of 2
Camporee Programs
The following are some of the programs offered at the Council Camporee. All Camporee programs and competition
areas are designed to handle multiple patrols simultaneously.
HUGE Highland Games Competition
Caber Toss
Pumpkin Slaying (with Swords)
Battle Axe Throw
Hammer Throw
Weight Throw
Sheaf Toss
Weight Toss
Braemar Stone
Clachneart Stone
Haggis Toss (flour war!)
Tossing the Wellie
Living History
Fast Draw Competition - Adults & Venturing
Bolos - (throwing native bolas)
Boomerangs
Bullwhipping
Texas Ranger Reenactors
Civil War Regimental Camp
Civil War Artillery Firing
Civil War Battle Reenactments
Frontier U.S. Cavalry
Abner Doubleday’s Original Baseball
Frontier Firearms
Texas Revolution Reenactors
Mountain Man Reenactors
Medieval Reenactors
Medieval Combat (Knights & Squires)
Viking Reenactors
Bagpipers
Star Wars Reenactors
Native American & Mtn. Man Skills
Tomahawk Throwing
Knife throwing
Atl-Atl Spear Throwing
Blowguns
Comanche Stories
Native American Dance
Native American Displays
Other Events
Talent Competition
Play a Chess Grandmaster
Model Rocket Launching
Air Rifle Ranges
Archery Ranges
Fly Casting
Ham Radio - Camporee on the Air
3-legged Races
Tug of War
Log Hoist
Bell Ring
Log Pull Relay
Stilt walking
Football Throw
Tennis Grenades
… and much more …
Displays and Demonstrations
Military Vehicle and Equipment Displays
FBI Displays
DEA displays
BASE Police (NAS JRB Fort Worth)
SWAT Teams
Police with Canine Units and Other Equipment
Police Armored Car
Rescue Squad
Environmental Vehicle
Dallas Stars
Fort Worth Cats
CareFlite
Carter Blood Care
Tarrant Food Bank
Various Outdoor Equipment Displays
Outdoor Equipment Vendors Midway
… and much, much more …
INTERESTED IN HELPING
A large number of people will be required to help staff the administrative and activity areas of this event. If you are
interested in helping please contact:
Chesley Brown, Boy Scout Chairman: ........................ maulinda@itexas.net
John Park, Camporee Chairman: ................................. jpark.1@charter.net
Michael Cawood, Logistics Chairman: ....................... cawoodmd@swbell.net

Round Table Information

Roundtables for the Cross Timbers District are held the second Tuesdays of every month at 7:00 PM. We meet at Pantego Christian Academ...