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Scouting for Food, Saturday, February 6th

Posted by joshua.martin on Feb 5 2016 - 10:14am

The troop will meet at Aviary Park in Murphy, and will go out and collect food for the annual scouting for food drive. Please wear your full Class A uniform.

Scouting for Food is the largest single-day food collection event in Dallas and one of the largest in the nation.  On one day, approximately 30,000 Scouts go door-to-door collecting non-perishable food items for the less fortunate.  The food is then distributed to local food pantries and assistance agencies across Circle Ten Council.

Tom Thumb has sponsored this food drive for 28 years and collects food at their locations throughout the entire month of February. Food items can be dropped off at any Tom Thumb Food and Pharmacy throughout the month!

Please report to Aviary Park, 1003 Mustang Ridge Drive, Murphy, TX 75094 at 10 am on Saturday.

Once collected, the food will be dropped off at Mr Fisher's house at 515 Pheasant Run Drive, Murphy, TX.

For more information regarding the larger Scouting for Food effort in our Council, visit the Circle 10 site or read the Unit Guidebook.

February Campout - Hiking/Backpacking

Posted by cstewart on Feb 1 2016 - 1:19pm
What:  February Campout - Backpacking
When:  February 12-14, 2016
Where:  LBJ Grasslands, Decatur, TX
Details: Campout Flyer
Registration: Coming Soon!

While a good portion of the troop is camping at Valley Forge, PA, the rest of us will be traveling out to Decatur, TX to camp at the LBJ Grasslands, a great place to hike and backpack!  On this trip, we will complete one of the Camping merit badge requirements, hike more than 4 miles during a camping trip.

Please read the flyer carefully!

Please contact Mr. Joiner if you have any questions at scoutmaster@troop1776tx.org 

All Troop Event: Mulch Delivery Day, February 27th

Posted by cstewart on Feb 1 2016 - 1:18pm

Instead of a normal troop meeting, the troop will meet at CCPC to deliver mulch to our supporters.

On the day of Saturday February 27th, we will deliver mulch to customers.  This day is an ALL TROOP participation day. 
  • Please sign-up now for your participation
  • It is very important that both adults and scouts sign up 
  • The activity will go all day; Please sign up for the times that you can attend!

Sign Up Here!

2017 National Jamboree

Posted by cstewart on Feb 1 2016 - 1:18pm
What:  2017 National Jamboree
When:  July 19 to July 28, 2017
Where:  The Summit, located in the mountains of West Virginia
RegistrationOPEN - Register NOW
Both adults and scouts should sign up now!
I encourage you to register now to help us prepare for the big event!
With the size of our troop, we will likely be taking two troops to the Jamboree, same as we did in 2013.  All current first year scouts will be eligible to attend by 2017.  So, I encourage you to signup and claim a spot.  Our troop website has photos and videos from the 2010 and 2013 Jamborees which help tell the story, and you can reference the 2013 Jamboree troop information pages under the Jamboree link on our menu.
Please contact Mr. Joiner if you have any questions at scoutmaster@troop1776tx.org 

2016 Summer Camp site selected - Colorado's Camp Cris Dobbins

Posted by cstewart on Feb 1 2016 - 1:18pm

Our Adventure begins June 12th!

Camp Cris Dobbins is located at over 7,000 feet with sweeping views of Pike’s Peak and the front range of the Rocky Mountains. Offering a traditional dining hall camping experience, Scouts will enjoy high quality meals in the William R. Kephart Dining Hall, work on their choice of over 40 merit badges and enjoy participating in activities designed around the weekly theme. 

Older Scouts!  This Camp has White Water Rafting (extra $80 on your free day) and a Survival Trek! (14 years or older, extra $65 ; instead of MeritBadge classes).  Check it out and come join us this Summer!!

More details will be posted after winter camp ends.   Visit the website above or click the 'read more' link to the right.

Troop 1776 High Adventure Makes the News!

Posted by joshua.martin on Dec 8 2015 - 6:17pm

While some teens were busy attending camps, playing Xbox, or just sleeping late over the summer, 22 teens and six leaders from Troop 1776 were off on an adventure. An adventure that provided them an opportunity to learn how to master a canoe, have some great fun fishing, and hone their camping skills, all while being totally disconnected from the real world.

The Scouts took part in a high adventure program called Northern Tier, known as the Boy Scouts of America's oldest national high adventure program, outfitting scouting groups for canoe trips since the summer of 1923.

Read the article here!

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