The Scout Fair provided us with the opportunity to meet with other Troops and Pack and to find out what they are doing within their scouting programs as well as forge lasting relationships....read more
The boy scouts annual canned goods drive help to feed the city's hungry. The program is called
Scouting for Food and it's the largest one-day food drive in the Boy Scouts of America. Started in 1985
this annual collection meets a four-month demand for food.....read more
As part of our Rocket theme, we will have an
actual Astronaut at McGee Chapel. If you are
interested in meeting the Astronaut and receiving
a NASA patch, please contact us. There will be no extra
Also, you must be present to receive your patch. You will
also have the opportunity to take a photo with the Astronaut. So, don't miss out on this one.
You must RSVP before Monday 13th @ 05:00pm CST. Use the Contact form to reserve your spot.
Boy Scout Service Project - Tour de Houston - March 18, 2017
It’s time for the planning phase of what I hope to be our first Annual McGee Chapel Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts Bike Ride, which will coincide with the City of Houston’s Annual Bike Ride. Just like the City’s Bike Ride all proceeds collected will be donated to The City of Houston to help Raise Funds for City's Reforestation project – Tour de Houston
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Merit Badge Days are an opportunity for Boy Scouts or Venturers, of any rank, to work on several merit badges. Classes are taught by adults with experience in the field. The following districts hold merit badge events:
Merit Badge Day - August 13, 2016 - Christ United Methodist Church, Sugar Land 77479 - Cost $5
Merit Badge Day - May 6, 2017 - Wooster Baptist Church - 7007 Bayway Dr. Baytown 77520 - Cost $15
Posted 2016-01-09 15:35:35 by Eric Webb
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Posted 2014-04-24 12:56:54 by Eric Webb Boy Scouts is a boy-led, boy-run organization, but the boys must be trained to be leaders. One of the Scoutmaster's most important responsibilities is to provide the direction, coaching, and training that empowers the boy with the skills he will need to lead his troop. Scouting's value to young people is clear, but the advantages of Scouting are not limited to boys. Adults also develop leadership and physical skills with every training experience. click here