2017 National Scout Jamboree

The 2017 National Scout Jamboree will be held at Summit Bechtel Family National Scout Reserve in West Virginia.



The National Scout Jamboree is a celebration of Scouting, held every four years for Scouts, Venturers, volunteers, and staff from across the nation.

Since the first jamboree was held in 1937, it has become the BSA’s most iconic event, providing Scouts from all backgrounds, faiths, and cultures an opportunity to gather together and celebrate Scouting and the experiences they will remember throughout their lifetimes. This flagship event showcases the essence of Scouting and the rich tradition of the organization’s values.


Wood Badge award ceremony

Mrs. Childs receives her award.

On Monday, May 12,  Mrs. Childs got her very own string of beads, an honorary neckerchief, and a wood badge token to give to one of the adults. She received her award from John Caputo, Wood Badge instructor and Scoutmaster of Troop 1 from Portland, Oregon. He traveled really far just to give Mrs. Childs an award; that sounds like a real scouter ready to help whenever needed.

Congratulations Mrs. Childs on your award!


Mr. Fleming retires from Scoutmaster 2009-2014

On monday we had the court of honor and Mr.Fleming officially announced his retirement from being Scoutmaster from 2009-2014. That’s over 5 years of service! 

Mr.Fleming gets his honorary Scoutmaster award with Sean, Travis, and Robert.
Scouts wait for the unveiling of Mr.Fleming’s award.

Everyone was sad to see him go. He even got an honorary scout master award. The Fleming family will be leaving the troop in a few months, so I hope you can thank them for their service.


Weekend scout activities Sat-Sun Feb. 7-8 2015

On Saturday the Troop marched with Pack 421 in the Report to State parade.

Getting ready for the parade!
Getting ready for the parade!

On Sunday we had Scout Sunday services at the church. While the Scouts helped with collecting church donations and greeting parishioners, while Mr. Cannary and Mr. Parsons made cobbler. Everyone was very happy to see so many Scouts in church today. Especially the senior citizens. I had several people tell me how nice it was to see all the scouts being a part of the service.

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Haunted Trails Campout

Troop 421 is headed to Lake Somerville for a Halloween themed campout at the Birch Creek Unit (14222 Park Road 57, Somerville, TX 77879). We will meet at Balcones District Park at 6:00PM on Friday, October 24 and depart from there at 6:30PM. We’ll be arriving at the campsite in the dark, so please eat a dinner before you head to Balcones. We plan to return by 12:00PM Sunday, October 26.

Please be sure to bring the permission form and, if you don’t have a current one on file with us, a health form (Parts A & B).