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Scoutmaster Specifics is postphoned until Saturday, November 15th or 22nd, 2014
It was originally scheduled for this Saturday, October 25th.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 21 October 2014 15:37

IOLS & OWL OUTDOOR TRAINING October 31-November 2, 2014

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Meeting on Wednesday, October 29, 2014, 7-9 pm for all adults attending OUTDOOR TRAINING for Boy Scout Leaders and Webelos Leaders. PLEASE REGISTER (select at left)
IOLS training begins on Friday evening, October 31, 2014 through to Sunday, November 2, 2014
OWL training begins Saturday morning, November 1, 2014 through to Sunday, November 2, 2014
Last Updated on Tuesday, 21 October 2014 15:41

Cub Leader Specifics - TUESDAY, October 21, 2014 7-9:30 pm

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NEW LEADER to Cub Scouting?  Want to be successful  at your current Cub Leader position?
Plan to attend the CUB SCOUT SPECIFICS training for DEN LEADER (TIGER, WOLF, & BEAR), WEBELOS LEADER, MEMBER OF COMMITTEE, ASSISTANT CUBMASTER, PACK COMMITTEE CHAIR, CUBMASTER. Please ttake the time to register by selecting TRAINING -Registration (helps with having enough materials when needed). NO COST.
Note: Complete "Youth Protection Training (YPT), "Fast Start Orientation", and "This is Scouting" online ( if possible.before attending (not required, but recommended).
Last Updated on Monday, 13 October 2014 16:43


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Webelos Woods October 25, 2014
                 6000 Morris Rd.Flower Mound, Texas
Come and join us this year for our annual Topsanah District Webelos Woods. This is a perfect opportunity for Scouts and parents to meet with our area Troops and Scout Masters and gain insightful information of the exciting adventures that await them as they advance to the next level of Scouting.
Our Camp will begin at 10:50am on Saturday October 25th and conclude after the campfire program(bring a chair).
 This year our area troops have created some amazing activities that will include High Adventure Camp and equipment demonstrations, Pioneering Skills display, knots and lashing, rope bridge, Webelos chariot race, First Aid demonstrations and activities, Tomahawk throwing skills, Hatchet throw and basic totin chip skills,  Outdoor Cooking with Dutch oven demonstrations.
I encourage all Webelos, den leaders, and parents to plan to attend this event. Many of the our planned activities are burdensome to do on a pack level during a family campout, not to mention the activities not offered on a Cub Scout level like throwing tomahawks, hatchets and walking a rope bridge. Troop 262 will be assisting the Webelos Scouts and parents prepare their own personal dinner (food provided by camp) over an open fire without the use of utensils. This is a skill that could be used at all your family cookouts.  All registered Webelos Scouts will receive a custom camp patch, first aid kit for their backpack complementary of First Choice ER, and skills and memories that will last a life time.
This year overnight camping will be strictly optional. Each camper will need to provide their own breakfast (Sonic in walking distance) on Sunday morning. There will be a Scout Service on Sunday morning at 8:30 am when we will then need to respectfully vacate the property between the churches scheduled 8:30 and 10:30 services. No Scouts or minors will be allowed to stay overnight without an adult or guardian camping with them.
The good news is that we have lowered our fee this year to Webelos Wood to only $8.00 per Webelo and $6 for accompanying adults. We have tried to do everything possible to make this an exciting and affordable event so that every Webelo I& II Scout can come out and take advantage of this excellent opportunity of learning by doing.
We have decided to forgo the Cub Scout Show until spring to allow each pack more time to better plan an activities to showcase. This will also allow more time to promote this event in our schools, churches, and community  in order to bolster our spring rallies. This topic will be further discussed at our coming monthly roundtable meetings.  
Attached you will find a BSA medical form(no physical req’d), hard copy registration form and a link to online registration (see above). I would like to hear from each pack even if you do not have Scouts attending.  If you need further assistance or have questions please feel free to contact me at   This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it  or 214-557-1896.

WEBELOS GATHER                                                                   10:15 - 10:50 AM
OPENING CEREMONY                                                              10:50 - 11:00 AM
ACTIVITY STATIONS                                                                 11:00 -   5:00 PM
Flower Mound Fire and Rescue visit                                          1:00 -   2:00 PM ***
BREAK (Dinner preparation)                                                     5:30 -   6:00 PM
DINNER                                                                                        6:00 -   6:45 PM
FREE TIME (Scout Games)                                                        6:45 -  7:00 PM  
CAMP FIRE (Hosted by T280 and   OA Ceremonies Team)    7:10 -  8:15 PM
***Emergency personnel will be on duty and subject to leave without notice.

Last Updated on Thursday, 16 October 2014 13:05


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For the Longhorn Council BSA Pow-Wow and University of Scouting
                   November 15, 2014 8:00 a.m. — 4:00 p.m.  
at First United Methodist Church, 590 NE Mcalister Road, Burleson, Texas 76028

Fun and useful sessions for Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts and Venturing will include: Changes in Cub Scouting, Backpacking: What to Bring, Paddling and Kayaking, Sail Away with Sea Scouts, Summer Camp: Where, What and Why, Scouting for Special Needs Youth, Knots for Cubs, Cooking with a Crew.

Early registration prior to Nov 1st fee: $15.     Plan to visit the MIDWAY! It will be packed
Registration from Nov 2-14 fee: $20.              with ideas for your program!
At the door fee: $25.                                       Adult training event.
Optional box lunch: $8.                                          Childcare will not be provided.
Bring Your Scouting Friends!                         Scout Uniform Appropriate!

Registration available through:

Last Updated on Tuesday, 14 October 2014 13:17
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