Showing posts from January, 2013

Troop 445 Pancake Breakfast


2013 Day Camp Theme and Dates Released

Cub Scouts Salute Our Nations Heroes!
Join your local Cub Scout Day Camp staff for outdoor adventure and Cub Scout FUN at the 2013 Salute Our Nations Heroes Day Camp! It’s a week of outdoor fun and programs not regularly found in den or pack activities, including BB gun safety & shooting, archery, hiking, water activities, and outdoor skills, as well as crafts, games, and advancement. Check the chart below, or call your district executive to find a Cub Scout Day Camp in your area. June 10-14 Day Camps Brazos Valley (Graham) Faither Lutheran Church
Frontier Trails (Muenster) - Muenster Park
Indian Nations - HOT Fairgrounds
Lakeview - Southlake Baptist Church
Roadrunner - Bear Creek Park
Tejas - Sonora Park June 11-15 Day Camps
Silver Star - LDS Church, Fort Worth June 17-21 Day Camps Brazos Valley (East) - LDS Stake Building, Weatherford
Frontier Trails (Denton) - Hills and Hollows
Leon Valley - Central Texas College

Medieval Times Merit Badge Workshop and Scout Show

MEDIEVAL TIMES MERIT BADGE PROGRAM Dallas Texas; January 9, 2013-Knights have long since been revered for being brave, loyal, strong, chivalrous men and the protectors to their King. The Boy Scouts, with core values such as, respect, faith, responsibility and courage can be considered modern day knights in their own right. Medieval Times has created a Merit Badge program where Boy Scouts canparticipate in an interactive workshop and gain the requirements for the coveted Animal Science Badge.  The Workshop is hosted preshow by a certified Merit Badge Counselor and will cover the horse elements of the Animal Science Merit Badge.  Though there may be some pre-requisites required to obtain the Merit Badge and not all requirements may be met, each Scout will receive an official Medieval Times Commemorative Scout Patch.  "We are excited to be able to provide Scouts and their families a special educational presentation that not only rewards the Scouts with a Merit Badge, but also offers a …

2013 Longhorn Council Recognition Banquet and Annual Business Meeting

Date Tuesday, April 16, 2013
Time 6:30 p.m.
Place Will Rogers Memorial Center
3401 W. Lancaster Ave., Fort Worth
(Round Up Inn Room)

The banquet will recognize accomplishments of volunteers in the Longhorn Council.
Special presentations will include awards to Silver Beaver recipients, James E. West
recipients, Heroism Award recipients and other special award recipients.
Reservations: $20.00 per Person (table seats 8) form

Deadline Tuesday, April 9th, 2013

Ticket purchases at the door are subject to availability.
Tickets from payments received through the mail may be picked up at the door.
For more information contact Renée Horton at or 817-231-8518.

Pack 378 out to see the Movin' Mavs


Pack 378 out to support the Movin' Mavs


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April 12-14, 2013 Camporee (unit interest)

This year them is a Native American theme. With scouts doing activities that are fun but also teach skills or history of Native American Culture.

A patch design is in the works and will be release at the February Roundtable.

To help with planning the April Camporee we need unit commitments so that we can better use all of our resources to make this a successful event. Please go to the follwing to link: Gary Johnson

2013 Camp Cards Updated 1/29/2013

2013 Camp Card
Longhorn Council, Boy Scouts of America
HOW THE CAMP CARD SALE WORKS: ·The Camp Card is designed to help units fund their way to 2013 Camp programs – this program is extra program for unit and should in no way influence their fall popcorn sales
·This is a Risk Free Unit Sales project where all Scouts can earn their way to Camp, Philmont, other activities or simply support unit program or supplies needs

·Each Camp Card will sell for only $5.00 to the general public and will have multiple food, service and entertainment discounts for the customer to use throughout the year

·The participating unit will keep 50% commission for each Camp Card sold!
·Commissions from the sales are encouraged to be applied toward direct

River Legacy Nature Hike

Nature HikeSaturday, January 12
 9 am to 12 pm – River Legacy Living Science Center Venture further into the park in this 3-hour hike geared towards enjoying the journey at a pleasant pace, using all of your senses to explore nature in a new way.Guided by
Charlie Amos – Fort Worth Audubon Society
Martha Siegel – Cross Timbers Master Naturalist
Ann Alderfer – Cross Timbers Master Naturalist
Best suited for ages 10 and up. Space is limited.Please RSVP:
 817.860.6752 or

Webelos Camping with Troop 5 - January 18th