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The Longhorn Times - January 2018

The Longhorn Times - January 2017
Friends of Scouting, Strategic Planning, Texas High Adventure, Fundraising, and More!
FRIENDS OF SCOUTING KICKS OFF The 2018 Friends of Scouting Campaign kicked off with the Council's Executive Board on January 16th and then the Longhorn Council's Staff conducting their Friends of Scouting campaigns. This annual Friends of Scouting campaign has a goal for 2018 of $1,400,000.  It is a significant piece of the 6.8 million dollar Council budget, therefore we call your attention to your opportunity to provide for monthly services, facilities, and potential for growth through a contribution to the Friends of Scouting Campaign.
Individual Scouting units—Cub Scout Packs, Boy Scout Troops, Venturing Crews, and Explorer Posts—all may earn their free Rank Advancements by conducting a successful FOS campaign to hit their goal. Once that is done the Goal Completion Form is returned to the Council Service Center.
Other donors may wish to attend one of the 20 c…

Alumni Alive! - Winter 2018 e-Magazine

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Survival Hacks Winter Issue Highlights Find the Answer to Everything at a Summer Conference In his "Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy" books, British writer Douglas Adams famously proclaimed that the answer to... Read More How Exploring Can Strengthen Your Company In a 2017 survey, just 18% of respondents said volunteering can enhance their career opportunities. That's presumably because the... Read More

Flag Retirement Pictures

If you were a Cub Scout...

If you were a Cub Scout in Arlington in the 1950's in Pack 57, can you identify
any of the Cub Scouts or leader in this photo?  Boy in wheelchair is identified.

2018 Feb newsletter

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LONGHORN ACTIVITY CENTER NEWS It's Alive Spring STEM Adventure March 12-16, 2018 Longhorn Activity Center
Spring Break Adventure is a STEM: Science, Technology, Engineering, Math adventure for boys and girls in Kindergarten – 6th grade
Cost: $275.00
Time: 9 am – 4 pm
Location: 5350 Basswood Blvd, Fort Worth, TX 76137
Themes: Nature Electricity Circuits
Early arrival: 7:00 am – 8:30 am - $25.00 fee Late pickup: 4:30 pm – 6:00 pm - $25.00 fee
For more information: LAC@longhorn.orgEmail: Phone: 817-231-8537 For more information: LAC@longhorn.orgEmail: Phone: 817-231-8537
Swim Lessons @ LAC Swim lessons from 6 months and older will Begin in June. All instructors are Water Safety Instructors in addition to certified lifeguards.
Parent/child classes and 3-5-year-old Classes consist of eight 30 minute sessions for $75.00.
School Age Children 6 and older have eight 45 minute sessions for $75.00.
Sign-ups begin soon. Council Pin…