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Kingwood United Methodist Church, 1799 Woodland Hills Dr, Kingwood TX 77339, 281-358-2137. Sam Houston Area Council #576, Flaming Arrow District. Meetings most Mondays 7:15 pm to 8:45 pm, Gymnasium. Check Upcoming Events for the next meeting date. Visitors are welcome. Bring your son.

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To order our Fundraiser XL Lawn/Contractor Bags please email us at fundraiser@kingwood1377.mytroop.us.

Webelos Do Your Best " Lite" February 19th -21st

Posted on Feb 17 2021 - 3:55pm

POSTPONED DUE TO WEATHER REPERCUSIONS

 Troop 1377 is hosting Webelos Do Your Best Lite on February 19th - February 21st. This year's event will be held at Lake Houston Wilderness Park in New Caney, Texas. It will be a day camp is dedicated to First and Second Year Webelos [and their families].  It is a celebration of passing over for the First Year Webelos, and the district holds an Arrow of Light ceremony at this campout for the Second Year Webelos.  It is a fun time for everyone, with activities, games, competition, a campfire ceremony, flag retirement ceremony, and more.  

This campout is MANDATORY attendance for all 1377 scouts.

 

*Longhorn Caverns has been scheduled as our backup event for this date

Troop Leaders First Aid Meeting

Posted on Feb 8 2021 - 11:23am
Troop leaders- SHAC Registration closes Wednesday February 10 for the  43rd annual Council First Aid Meet  February 13, 2021 9 AM to 2 PM 
Click on the patch for more information and registration information.
 

College Scholarships for Scouts

Posted on Feb 8 2021 - 11:23am

Emmett J. Doerr Memorial Scout Scholarship for Catholic Scouts
How much: Seven scholarships: one at $5,000 for first place, one at $4,000 for second, one at $3,000 for third, and four at $2,000. 
Who’s eligible: Catholic high school seniors who are Scouts or Venturers in any BSA program. Applicants must have earned the Eagle Scout Award, Silver Award, Summit Award or Quartermaster Award.

Deadline: March 1 
What’s required: Photo and application listing service to Scouting, church, and the community
LinkNational Catholic Committee on Scouting scholarship
Questions: Email nccs@scouting.org
Sixty-seven Boy Scouts have been awarded the Emmett J Doerr Memorial Scout Scholarship since its inception in 2005

A list of 111 Scouts who became Famous

Posted on Feb 8 2021 - 11:20am

The list includes presidents and Pulitzer Prize recipients, astronauts and athletes, celebrities and CEOs.

Astronauts, doctors, explorers and inventors

  • Peter Agre, biologist who received 2003 Nobel Prize in Chemistry (Eagle Scout, Class of 1964)
  • Buzz Aldrin, second man to walk on the moon
  • Dr. James Andrews, surgeon who has treated many high-profile athletes, including Drew Brees and Charles Barkley (Eagle Scout)
  • Neil Armstrong, astronaut and first man to walk on the moon (Eagle Scout, Class of 1947)
  • Lee Berger, National Geographic explorer and paleoanthropologist (Eagle Scout, Class of 1983)
  • Guion Bluford, first African-American in space (Eagle Scout)
  • Thomas Cech, chemist who received 1989 Nobel Prize in Chemistry (Eagle Scout, Class of 1962)
  • Roger Chaffee, astronaut who was killed in the Apollo 1 mission (Eagle Scout, Class of 1951)
  • Charles Duke, astronaut and 10th man to walk on the moon (Eagle Scout, Class of 1946)
  • Philo T. Farnsworth, inventor of the modern television (Eagle Scout, Class of 1932)
  • Steve Fossett, record-setting aviator (Eagle Scout, Class of 1957)
  • Jim Lovell, astronaut who was commander of Apollo 13 mission (Eagle Scout, Class of 1943)
  • William Moerner, physicist who received 2014 Nobel Prize in Chemistry (Eagle Scout, Class of 1967)
  • Ellison Onizuka, astronaut who died in the Space Shuttle Challenger explosion (Eagle Scout, Class of 1964)
  • Gitanjali Rao, inventor, STEM Scout and the first ever Time Kid of the Year in 2020
  • Paul Siple, Antarctic explorer who coined the term “wind chill” (Eagle Scout, Class of 1924)
  • E. O. Wilson, researcher, two-time Pulitzer Prize winner and the world’s top ant expert (Eagle Scout, Class of 1944)

Souper Bowl of Caring/Scouting for Food Jan. 30th & Feb. 6th

Posted on Feb 4 2021 - 9:18am
Scouting for Food is a council-wide service project to care for people in our local communities who are hungry and those in need. In partnership with the Souper Bowl of Caring, the project begins Saturday, January 30, 2021, as Scouts distribute door hangers in their neighborhoods to announce the upcoming food drive. Scouts return the following Saturday, February 6, 2021, to pick up and deliver donations to their local food banks and pantries. More details to come.

Wilderness First-Aid Classes Open for Registration

Posted on Jan 1 2021 - 1:53pm

 Troop 1323  is offering CPR/FA/AED & Wilderness-First-Aid training. Our instructor core has over 58-years of combined training experience and over 60-years combined experience in Scouting.
We invite anyone needing or wanting First-Aid/CPR/AED and/or BSA WFA training to join us for any one of the listed classes. Please direct all questions to  John Fial, ASM Troop 1323,  at (281) 413-4540

The schedule is an attached file

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