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2019 T840 SUMMER PHOTOS

CHECK OUT OUR RECRUITMENT POSTER - WHAT DID YOU DO LAST SUMMER?

2019 Camp Constantin JPG    2019 Florida Sea Base
 Camp Constantin    Florida Sea Base
H. Roe Bartle Scout Reservation JPG   2019 Camp Cris Dobbins JPG 
H. Roe Bartle Scout Reservation     Camp Cris Dobbins

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How to Whip and Fuse the Ends of Rope

Posted on Sep 12 2019 - 11:54pm

If you have not yet met the corresponding requirement, you may find this Boy's Life Article helpful! *
Note: There is a rumor that "Boy's Life" is being renamed "Scout's Life" .... 

Service Hours at Coppell Nature Park

Posted on Sep 12 2019 - 11:54pm

This is a great recurring service opportunity for T840 Scouts — Coppell Nature Park is maintained solely by volunteers, with no help from the City. HERE is the link to sign up — it is 3 hours, from 9:00 am to noon, on the 3rd Saturday of every month. Note: Parents must accompany any Scout under age of 16!

North Texas Orienteering Association: National Orienteering Day Score-O

Posted on Sep 7 2019 - 12:43pm

What: National Orienteering Day Score-O 
When: 09/29/2018 
Where: Gateway Park , Fort Worth, TX

Is There Life After Earning Eagle Scout?

Posted on Sep 7 2019 - 12:42pm

Great question! Look HERE for one Eagle Scout's YES opinion about this ... !! 

2019 Northeast Region Eagle Project of the Year: A smarter way to filter storm water

Posted on Aug 22 2019 - 11:29am

When it rains in cities and towns across the U.S., it pours. And in this case, “it” refers to oil, salt, gasoline and other debris that gets washed down the road and into rivers, lakes and streams. Bioswales are nature’s filter for this repugnant runoff. Strategically placed along roadsides and filled with mulch or native plants, bioswales absorb the gunk and let clean water pass through. Or, at least that’s the way they’re supposed to work. Unfortunately, all 30 bioswales in the borough of Ohiopyle, Pa., had seen better days. They were clogged with debris and overrun with weeds. For the past seven years, officials had tried, unsuccessfully, to fix the bioswales. And then, at last, a Scout came along.  Click to read more about this AWARD WINNING EAGLE PROJECT.

2019 Law MB Day

Posted on Aug 22 2019 - 11:28am

What: 2019 Law MB Day, sponsored by Circle Ten Council
When: Saturday, November 9, from 8:00 am to 4:30 pm 
Where: UNT Dallas College of Law, 1901 Main St., Dallas
Details: See this link HERE for more information, including how to register for this event (button on top-right of web page), dress code, what pre-work is required, etc. 

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