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  • District Committee Meeting

    District Committee Meeting

    6:30 pm-8:00 pm
    February 1, 2021

    Contact Devin Morgan for invitation.

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  • District Roundtable

    District Roundtable

    7:00 pm-8:30 pm
    February 9, 2021

    Contact Devin Morgan for invitation.

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  • Klondike Derby 2021

    Klondike Derby 2021

    5:00 pm-10:00 am
    February 12, 2021-February 14, 2021
    2603 Tahuaya Dr, Belton, TX 76513, USA

    Winter Outdoor Skills Competition! Saturday, February 20, 2021

    This is a traditional Scouting Winter Camping and Outdoor Skills competition. Each patrol/crew must build and bring a wheeled Klondike sled or a wheeled miniature Conestoga or Prairie Schooner Wagon with their trademark canvas bonnets!

    New COVID-19 Procedures. Klondike has new procedures for cleaning, sanitizing, hygiene, mask wearing, and social distancing to help prevent crowds and to keep our Scouts outside where it is much safer than indoors.

    Participants can serve as the draft animal of their choice: dogs, horses, oxen, or mules – depending on the vehicle they bring! Patrols/teams will load the wagons/sleds with their personal and patrol equipment and pull them through the competition course using a map and compass to find each station. Competition Stations will be named after famous Gold Rush towns. Patrols/teams will receive “gold” nuggets for their score at each station. Some events will be competitive, some will be instructional. Each station will time and test patrols on their team work, winter camping skills, Scouting knowledge and their problem solving ability.

    Click here for the Klondike Derby information page.

    Check-in                   7:00 PM – 9:00 PM Friday
    Crackerbarrel:           9:00 PM Friday (for adult leaders, SPL’s, SYL’s)

    Check-in                   7:00 a.m. – 8:30 a.m. Sat.
    Leader Meeting         8:00 a.m. Saturday
    Opening Ceremony   8:30 a.m. Saturday
    Competition               8:30-a.m. – 12:00 PM Saturday
    Lunch                        12:00-1:00 PM Saturday
    Competition               1:00-4:00 PM Saturday
    Sled/ Race                 4:00 PM Saturday
    This is a traditional Scouting Winter Camping and Outdoor Skills competition. Each patrol/crew must build and bring a wheeled Klondike sled or a wheeled miniature Conestoga or Prairie Schooner Wagon with their trademark canvas bonnets!

    Participants can serve as the draft animal of their choice: dogs, horses, oxen, or mules – depending on the vehicle they bring! Patrols/teams will load the wagons/sleds with their personal and patrol equipment and pull them through the competition course using a map and compass to find each station. Competition Stations will be named after famous Gold
    Rush towns. Patrols/teams will receive “gold” nuggets for their score at each station.

    Some events will be competitive, some will be instructional. Each station will time and test patrols on their team work, winter camping skills, Scouting knowledge and their problem solving ability. Details in the Klondike Leader’s Guide on our website this winter.

    Competition Events will include:

    • Equipment Inspection
    • Orienteering Course
    • Obstacle Crossing
    • Fire Building
    • Travois Races
    • Emergency Shelter Building
    • Rescue and Cold Weather First Aid
    • Flag Pole Raising
    • Bear Bag skills
    • Blindfold Tent Setup
    • Sled and Wagon Slalom races
    • Other activities – Be Prepared!
    • Dutch Oven Cooking- Patrols may provide a dinner entree cooked in a Dutch Oven with recipe to be judged. Entry must be brought to the Dining Hall by 6 PM and must be of sufficient portion for three judges to sample. This is a Troop competition – 1 entry per troop.
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  • Wilderness First Aid, First Aid, & CPR Courses 2021

    Wilderness First Aid, First Aid, & CPR Courses 2021

    8:00 am-6:30 pm
    February 13, 2021-February 14, 2021
    850 Cannon Dr, Hurst, TX 76054, USA

    In partnership with ECSI (Emergency Care and Safety Institute), Longhorn Council is sponsoring First Aid Training at the Longhorn Council, 850 Cannon Dr Hurst, 76054.  ECSI training courses were developed in association with the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons and the American College of Emergency Physicians. MASKS REQUIRED, social distancing as well as other COVID guidelines will be followed 

    Each Wilderness First Aid attendee will receive one $50 off coupon for a 2020 LHC summer camp. The coupon must be redeemed within one year and used only at camp by any adult of the attendee’s unit attending all week.

    CPR/AED and Standard First Aid are offered in conjunction with (as part of) the Wilderness First Aid classes.  Times noted are ‘real time,’ not ‘Boy Scout’ time, so please be punctual.

    Wilderness First Aid & CPR/AEDSat. 8 a.m. – 8 PM, and
    Sun. 12:30-6:30 PM.
    Fee is $125. Non Scout fee $160..
    Standard First Aid & CPR/AEDSat. only,  8:00 a.m.-12:00 PM.
    Fee is $50. Non Scout fee $90.
    CPR/AEDSat. only,  8:00 a.m.- @ 10:00 A.M.
    Fee is $30.  Non-Scout fee $40.
    CPR for Health Care ProvidersAvailable on request

    WFA Minimum age to attend is 14. WFA participants must attend both days and dress appropriately for the weather as a portion of the WFA class will be held outdoors.  Sandwiches included for lunch and supper on Saturday.

    Additional classes may be scheduled if warranted. Lead instructor is Gary Wilson.  Contact Gary at [email protected] for more information.  Walk-in space may be available on short notice – contact registrar at [email protected] to confirm that space is available no later than the Thursday before the class date.

    Wilderness First Aid classes are also available for adults during summer camp at Sid Richardson Scout Ranch..

  • Klondike Derby 2021

    Klondike Derby 2021

    5:00 pm-10:00 am
    February 13, 2021-February 14, 2021
    2603 Tahuaya Dr, Belton, TX 76513, USA

    Winter Outdoor Skills Competition! Saturday, February 20, 2021

    This is a traditional Scouting Winter Camping and Outdoor Skills competition. Each patrol/crew must build and bring a wheeled Klondike sled or a wheeled miniature Conestoga or Prairie Schooner Wagon with their trademark canvas bonnets!

    New COVID-19 Procedures. Klondike has new procedures for cleaning, sanitizing, hygiene, mask wearing, and social distancing to help prevent crowds and to keep our Scouts outside where it is much safer than indoors.

    Participants can serve as the draft animal of their choice: dogs, horses, oxen, or mules – depending on the vehicle they bring! Patrols/teams will load the wagons/sleds with their personal and patrol equipment and pull them through the competition course using a map and compass to find each station. Competition Stations will be named after famous Gold Rush towns. Patrols/teams will receive “gold” nuggets for their score at each station. Some events will be competitive, some will be instructional. Each station will time and test patrols on their team work, winter camping skills, Scouting knowledge and their problem solving ability.

    Click here for the Klondike Derby information page.

    Check-in                   7:00 PM – 9:00 PM Friday
    Crackerbarrel:           9:00 PM Friday (for adult leaders, SPL’s, SYL’s)

    Check-in                   7:00 a.m. – 8:30 a.m. Sat.
    Leader Meeting         8:00 a.m. Saturday
    Opening Ceremony   8:30 a.m. Saturday
    Competition               8:30-a.m. – 12:00 PM Saturday
    Lunch                        12:00-1:00 PM Saturday
    Competition               1:00-4:00 PM Saturday
    Sled/ Race                 4:00 PM Saturday
    This is a traditional Scouting Winter Camping and Outdoor Skills competition. Each patrol/crew must build and bring a wheeled Klondike sled or a wheeled miniature Conestoga or Prairie Schooner Wagon with their trademark canvas bonnets!

    Participants can serve as the draft animal of their choice: dogs, horses, oxen, or mules – depending on the vehicle they bring! Patrols/teams will load the wagons/sleds with their personal and patrol equipment and pull them through the competition course using a map and compass to find each station. Competition Stations will be named after famous Gold
    Rush towns. Patrols/teams will receive “gold” nuggets for their score at each station.

    Some events will be competitive, some will be instructional. Each station will time and test patrols on their team work, winter camping skills, Scouting knowledge and their problem solving ability. Details in the Klondike Leader’s Guide on our website this winter.

    Competition Events will include:

    • Equipment Inspection
    • Orienteering Course
    • Obstacle Crossing
    • Fire Building
    • Travois Races
    • Emergency Shelter Building
    • Rescue and Cold Weather First Aid
    • Flag Pole Raising
    • Bear Bag skills
    • Blindfold Tent Setup
    • Sled and Wagon Slalom races
    • Other activities – Be Prepared!
    • Dutch Oven Cooking- Patrols may provide a dinner entree cooked in a Dutch Oven with recipe to be judged. Entry must be brought to the Dining Hall by 6 PM and must be of sufficient portion for three judges to sample. This is a Troop competition – 1 entry per troop.
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  • Wilderness First Aid, First Aid, & CPR Courses 2021

    Wilderness First Aid, First Aid, & CPR Courses 2021

    8:00 am-6:30 pm
    February 14, 2021-February 14, 2021
    850 Cannon Dr, Hurst, TX 76054, USA

    In partnership with ECSI (Emergency Care and Safety Institute), Longhorn Council is sponsoring First Aid Training at the Longhorn Council, 850 Cannon Dr Hurst, 76054.  ECSI training courses were developed in association with the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons and the American College of Emergency Physicians. MASKS REQUIRED, social distancing as well as other COVID guidelines will be followed 

    Each Wilderness First Aid attendee will receive one $50 off coupon for a 2020 LHC summer camp. The coupon must be redeemed within one year and used only at camp by any adult of the attendee’s unit attending all week.

    CPR/AED and Standard First Aid are offered in conjunction with (as part of) the Wilderness First Aid classes.  Times noted are ‘real time,’ not ‘Boy Scout’ time, so please be punctual.

    Wilderness First Aid & CPR/AEDSat. 8 a.m. – 8 PM, and
    Sun. 12:30-6:30 PM.
    Fee is $125. Non Scout fee $160..
    Standard First Aid & CPR/AEDSat. only,  8:00 a.m.-12:00 PM.
    Fee is $50. Non Scout fee $90.
    CPR/AEDSat. only,  8:00 a.m.- @ 10:00 A.M.
    Fee is $30.  Non-Scout fee $40.
    CPR for Health Care ProvidersAvailable on request

    WFA Minimum age to attend is 14. WFA participants must attend both days and dress appropriately for the weather as a portion of the WFA class will be held outdoors.  Sandwiches included for lunch and supper on Saturday.

    Additional classes may be scheduled if warranted. Lead instructor is Gary Wilson.  Contact Gary at [email protected] for more information.  Walk-in space may be available on short notice – contact registrar at [email protected] to confirm that space is available no later than the Thursday before the class date.

    Wilderness First Aid classes are also available for adults during summer camp at Sid Richardson Scout Ranch..

  • Klondike Derby 2021

    Klondike Derby 2021

    5:00 pm-10:00 am
    February 14, 2021-February 14, 2021
    2603 Tahuaya Dr, Belton, TX 76513, USA

    Winter Outdoor Skills Competition! Saturday, February 20, 2021

    This is a traditional Scouting Winter Camping and Outdoor Skills competition. Each patrol/crew must build and bring a wheeled Klondike sled or a wheeled miniature Conestoga or Prairie Schooner Wagon with their trademark canvas bonnets!

    New COVID-19 Procedures. Klondike has new procedures for cleaning, sanitizing, hygiene, mask wearing, and social distancing to help prevent crowds and to keep our Scouts outside where it is much safer than indoors.

    Participants can serve as the draft animal of their choice: dogs, horses, oxen, or mules – depending on the vehicle they bring! Patrols/teams will load the wagons/sleds with their personal and patrol equipment and pull them through the competition course using a map and compass to find each station. Competition Stations will be named after famous Gold Rush towns. Patrols/teams will receive “gold” nuggets for their score at each station. Some events will be competitive, some will be instructional. Each station will time and test patrols on their team work, winter camping skills, Scouting knowledge and their problem solving ability.

    Click here for the Klondike Derby information page.

    Check-in                   7:00 PM – 9:00 PM Friday
    Crackerbarrel:           9:00 PM Friday (for adult leaders, SPL’s, SYL’s)

    Check-in                   7:00 a.m. – 8:30 a.m. Sat.
    Leader Meeting         8:00 a.m. Saturday
    Opening Ceremony   8:30 a.m. Saturday
    Competition               8:30-a.m. – 12:00 PM Saturday
    Lunch                        12:00-1:00 PM Saturday
    Competition               1:00-4:00 PM Saturday
    Sled/ Race                 4:00 PM Saturday
    This is a traditional Scouting Winter Camping and Outdoor Skills competition. Each patrol/crew must build and bring a wheeled Klondike sled or a wheeled miniature Conestoga or Prairie Schooner Wagon with their trademark canvas bonnets!

    Participants can serve as the draft animal of their choice: dogs, horses, oxen, or mules – depending on the vehicle they bring! Patrols/teams will load the wagons/sleds with their personal and patrol equipment and pull them through the competition course using a map and compass to find each station. Competition Stations will be named after famous Gold
    Rush towns. Patrols/teams will receive “gold” nuggets for their score at each station.

    Some events will be competitive, some will be instructional. Each station will time and test patrols on their team work, winter camping skills, Scouting knowledge and their problem solving ability. Details in the Klondike Leader’s Guide on our website this winter.

    Competition Events will include:

    • Equipment Inspection
    • Orienteering Course
    • Obstacle Crossing
    • Fire Building
    • Travois Races
    • Emergency Shelter Building
    • Rescue and Cold Weather First Aid
    • Flag Pole Raising
    • Bear Bag skills
    • Blindfold Tent Setup
    • Sled and Wagon Slalom races
    • Other activities – Be Prepared!
    • Dutch Oven Cooking- Patrols may provide a dinner entree cooked in a Dutch Oven with recipe to be judged. Entry must be brought to the Dining Hall by 6 PM and must be of sufficient portion for three judges to sample. This is a Troop competition – 1 entry per troop.
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  • 3… 2…1… BLAST OFF at Rocket Academy!

    3… 2…1… BLAST OFF at Rocket Academy!

    6:00 pm-10:00 am
    February 19, 2021-February 21, 2021
    Boy Scout Rd, Bridgeport, TX 76426, USA

    The camp Dining Hall will be transformed into the Missile Building Hangar, as parents and Cub Scouts come together to design their very own Rocket.

    It’s a family event with lots of fun activities!

    • NASA Displays and activities,
    • model rockets,
    • water rockets,
    • chemical rockets,
    • air rockets,
    • robots,
    • reptile shows,
    • archery,
    • BB target shooting,
    • other outdoor games,
    • animals,
    • lunch and supper,
    • and more!

    Cub Scouts and families get to assemble and paint their own rockets, place the decals, and in the afternoon follow the Launch Director’s commands and launch their rockets.

    NEW Covid-19 Check-In Procedures:

    • Attendance has been limited as necessary to prevent crowding. Camping will be limited to one unit per campsite.
    • Event is redesigned to make it easier to do the event as a Day Trip.
    • Arrival, check-in, and program/start times will be spread out by appointment to avoid crowds.
    • BB & Archery and Rocket Launch times by appointed times.
    • Public restrooms and portajons will be regularly sanitized.
    • Bounce houses have been retired until the pandemic is over.
    • Masks are required.
    • Events with frequently touched items are redesigned for cleaning and sanitizing between uses. Example: BB guns will be sanitized for each Scout.
    • Everyone must bring a pair of work gloves to use while doing all the lawn games and activities. Sanitizing and handwashing supplies will be provided.  It is encouraged to bring your own sanitizing for hand cleaning as well.

    Activities: The activities begin at 10:00 a.m. and close at 4:30 p.m. Your pack is free to go to whichever activities they choose – there is no set rotation. Please observe proper hygiene and social distancing at all times. *Note: Activities are slightly different depending on which camp and event you attend.

    Lunch: Lunch is from 12 noon – 1:00 p.m..  Lunch is a Trail Mix or Beef Lunch picked up at the dining hall or delivered to the campsite.  Activities will be closed down from Noon-1:00 p.m. so our hard working volunteers can enjoy lunch.

    Supper: Supper is 6:30 p.m..  Supper is a larger meal, it will be delivered to the campsite or the pack can pick it up from the dinning hall.

    Departure: Chapel is over around 9:25 a.m.  Time to head home!  Everyone should police each campsite before leaving.  Remember that a scout is clean and always leaves a campsite cleaner than when they found it.  Trash must be packed out.  Camp closes at 11:30, if you plan to stay longer, you must clear this with the staff and the Ranger.

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  • 3… 2…1… BLAST OFF at Rocket Academy!

    3… 2…1… BLAST OFF at Rocket Academy!

    6:00 pm-10:00 am
    February 20, 2021-February 21, 2021
    Boy Scout Rd, Bridgeport, TX 76426, USA

    The camp Dining Hall will be transformed into the Missile Building Hangar, as parents and Cub Scouts come together to design their very own Rocket.

    It’s a family event with lots of fun activities!

    • NASA Displays and activities,
    • model rockets,
    • water rockets,
    • chemical rockets,
    • air rockets,
    • robots,
    • reptile shows,
    • archery,
    • BB target shooting,
    • other outdoor games,
    • animals,
    • lunch and supper,
    • and more!

    Cub Scouts and families get to assemble and paint their own rockets, place the decals, and in the afternoon follow the Launch Director’s commands and launch their rockets.

    NEW Covid-19 Check-In Procedures:

    • Attendance has been limited as necessary to prevent crowding. Camping will be limited to one unit per campsite.
    • Event is redesigned to make it easier to do the event as a Day Trip.
    • Arrival, check-in, and program/start times will be spread out by appointment to avoid crowds.
    • BB & Archery and Rocket Launch times by appointed times.
    • Public restrooms and portajons will be regularly sanitized.
    • Bounce houses have been retired until the pandemic is over.
    • Masks are required.
    • Events with frequently touched items are redesigned for cleaning and sanitizing between uses. Example: BB guns will be sanitized for each Scout.
    • Everyone must bring a pair of work gloves to use while doing all the lawn games and activities. Sanitizing and handwashing supplies will be provided.  It is encouraged to bring your own sanitizing for hand cleaning as well.

    Activities: The activities begin at 10:00 a.m. and close at 4:30 p.m. Your pack is free to go to whichever activities they choose – there is no set rotation. Please observe proper hygiene and social distancing at all times. *Note: Activities are slightly different depending on which camp and event you attend.

    Lunch: Lunch is from 12 noon – 1:00 p.m..  Lunch is a Trail Mix or Beef Lunch picked up at the dining hall or delivered to the campsite.  Activities will be closed down from Noon-1:00 p.m. so our hard working volunteers can enjoy lunch.

    Supper: Supper is 6:30 p.m..  Supper is a larger meal, it will be delivered to the campsite or the pack can pick it up from the dinning hall.

    Departure: Chapel is over around 9:25 a.m.  Time to head home!  Everyone should police each campsite before leaving.  Remember that a scout is clean and always leaves a campsite cleaner than when they found it.  Trash must be packed out.  Camp closes at 11:30, if you plan to stay longer, you must clear this with the staff and the Ranger.

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  • 3… 2…1… BLAST OFF at Rocket Academy!

    3… 2…1… BLAST OFF at Rocket Academy!

    6:00 pm-10:00 am
    February 21, 2021-February 21, 2021
    Boy Scout Rd, Bridgeport, TX 76426, USA

    The camp Dining Hall will be transformed into the Missile Building Hangar, as parents and Cub Scouts come together to design their very own Rocket.

    It’s a family event with lots of fun activities!

    • NASA Displays and activities,
    • model rockets,
    • water rockets,
    • chemical rockets,
    • air rockets,
    • robots,
    • reptile shows,
    • archery,
    • BB target shooting,
    • other outdoor games,
    • animals,
    • lunch and supper,
    • and more!

    Cub Scouts and families get to assemble and paint their own rockets, place the decals, and in the afternoon follow the Launch Director’s commands and launch their rockets.

    NEW Covid-19 Check-In Procedures:

    • Attendance has been limited as necessary to prevent crowding. Camping will be limited to one unit per campsite.
    • Event is redesigned to make it easier to do the event as a Day Trip.
    • Arrival, check-in, and program/start times will be spread out by appointment to avoid crowds.
    • BB & Archery and Rocket Launch times by appointed times.
    • Public restrooms and portajons will be regularly sanitized.
    • Bounce houses have been retired until the pandemic is over.
    • Masks are required.
    • Events with frequently touched items are redesigned for cleaning and sanitizing between uses. Example: BB guns will be sanitized for each Scout.
    • Everyone must bring a pair of work gloves to use while doing all the lawn games and activities. Sanitizing and handwashing supplies will be provided.  It is encouraged to bring your own sanitizing for hand cleaning as well.

    Activities: The activities begin at 10:00 a.m. and close at 4:30 p.m. Your pack is free to go to whichever activities they choose – there is no set rotation. Please observe proper hygiene and social distancing at all times. *Note: Activities are slightly different depending on which camp and event you attend.

    Lunch: Lunch is from 12 noon – 1:00 p.m..  Lunch is a Trail Mix or Beef Lunch picked up at the dining hall or delivered to the campsite.  Activities will be closed down from Noon-1:00 p.m. so our hard working volunteers can enjoy lunch.

    Supper: Supper is 6:30 p.m..  Supper is a larger meal, it will be delivered to the campsite or the pack can pick it up from the dinning hall.

    Departure: Chapel is over around 9:25 a.m.  Time to head home!  Everyone should police each campsite before leaving.  Remember that a scout is clean and always leaves a campsite cleaner than when they found it.  Trash must be packed out.  Camp closes at 11:30, if you plan to stay longer, you must clear this with the staff and the Ranger.

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