Adventure - Learning - Challenges - Responsibility - Are you ready for the adventure to begin?

"We never fail when we try to do our duty, we always fail when we neglect to do it."
-Robert Baden-Powell 

Boy Scout Troop 1922 proudly serves Summerwood, Atascocita, Fall Creek and surrounding communities. Troop 1922 began in August 2011 and is growing. Our main focus is to provide opportunities in youth leadership and outdoor activities for our Scouts. Through our active boys, active parents, and active leaders, we maintain a fun, safe environment that teaches our young men the values and morals they need to become outstanding citizens in our community and nation. 

Troop 1922 works on multiple service projects every year and we go camping at least 10 time per year to sites all over the United States (Texas, Louisiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Colorado, Florida, and more).  

Troop Meetings
- 6:45 pm to 8:30 pm Monday nights (check Upcoming Events)
Where - Lakeside United Methodist Church
- 14303 West Lake Houston Parkway, Humble TX 77346

- at NW corner of West Lake Houston Dr and Broncroft Ct, Summerwood TX
- GPS: 29.933548,-95.176449 

For More information about Troop 1922 please contact Scoutmaster Scott Davenport, 713-805-4140
For more information about the troop's Holiday Flag Display service please click ---> here for our flyer or email to flagdisplay@summerwood1922.mytroop.us.

Age requirements to join the Boy Scouts: Be a boy who is 11 years old, or one who has completed the fifth grade or earned the Arrow of Light Award and is at least 10 years old, but is not yet 18 years old. Click here for a Youth Application.

Scoutmaster Congratulates Jacob Shaye as Troop 1922's most recent Eagle Scout!!!!

Posted on May 27 2017 - 4:46pm

On May 15th, 2017 Jacob Shaye has successfully completed all required requirements to Achieve the Rank of Eagle Scout!!  Please check back often as the BSA Troop 1922 Times' Editor-in-Chief has made a formal request to interview Troop 1922's only youth Eagle Scout for a thorough, comprehensive, and complete reporting of this great, exciting, and new newscast!

You'll be interested to know, however, that exactly 93,139,200 seconds (plus or minus 600) have elapsed since the last rank of Eagle Scout was earned here at Troop 1922 on June 2, 2014.

Until the BSA Troop 1922 Times'  interview with Jacob Shaye has been conducted please "Do your Best" to identify a much younger Jacob Shaye in the photo below taken on a Troop 1922 Scouting Outing long ago at the USS Lexington in Corpus Christi, Tx ALL THE WAY BACK in November of 2011!!

Advancement Chairman Congratulates Gannon Bird on achieving Star Rank!!

Posted on May 26 2017 - 7:29pm

This weeks advancement report from the Office of the Official Troop 1922 Advancement Chairman includes Gannon Bird achieving the Rank of Star Scout!

After a mere 1196 days after having been certified as "Worthy"  by the Might Chief Akela and joining Troop 1922 on February 10th, 2014 Gannon has fulfilled, satisfied, endured and otherwise "Completed"  all necessary requirements to be a Star Scout Ranked Scout of Troop 1922 this past Monday May 22nd!! 

As of the time of this news article Gannon has earned 13 Merit Badges, of which 4 are Eagle Required, and is anxiously working to complete 6 Partial Merit Badges!

Most BSA Troop 1922 Times' readers may already know but Gannon will not be continuing as a Scout of Troop 1922 as he and his family will soon be moving to Kansas due to his father's continued employment opportunities there.  Gannon has been highly encouraged by the Troop 1922 Scoutmasters to continue his path toward achieving the rank of Eagle Scout by finding a local Troop in the Quivira Council Boy Scouts of America headquarted in Wichita, Kansas.  With the Quivira Council serving over 11,000 youth and 5,000 adult volunteers in 30 central and south central Kansas counties divided into 6 geographic Districts, Gannon is sure to find a Troop and district he can make a positive impact upon and eventually add the words "Extraordinaire"  to his Scouting title!  Perhaps he will even make a dutch-oven recipe as locally famous as Troop 1922's Award-Winning Largely Secretive Perhaps Proprietary Locally but Unofficially Trademarked Troop 1922 Dutch Oven Double Choclate Chip Chocolate Cake, or perhaps begin his own text messaging service to his fellow esteemed scouts a "pocket"  guide to Scouting!

While Gannon has always been an active Scout of Troop 1922 he has served the Troop in numerous capacities and most recently as a Troop Quartermaster and as an Assistant Patrol Leader of the Million Eagle Patrol.  

The Scoutmasters and Committee wish Gannon great success in all his future endeavors both in and out of Scouting and looks forward to receiving an Invitation to his Eagle Scout Ceremony as he has promised to keep us informed of his Scouting Outing Progress! 

The Office of the Official Troop 1922 Advancement Chairman requests you to congratulate Gannon on his rank achievement and encourage him and all the Scouts of Troop 1922 to continue working on their Rank Advancements!  Check the Troop web-site often for more Scout's Advancement Announcements!!

Scouts and Parents of Troop 1922 Welcome Wounded Warriors

Posted on May 26 2017 - 8:35am

The Wounded Warriors drove through Summerwood the evening of May 18th and our Scouts and parents were there to welcome them to Texas!

As the caravan moved it's way from Bush Intercontinental Airport down Will Clayton Parkway and down W. Lake Houston Parkway there were at-least a thousand fellow residents out waving flags and cheering them as they went by!  Troop 1922 Scouts and Parents proudly welcomed them through Summerwood in front of our chartering organization, The Lakeside United Methodist Church, as they drove by.  While holding the US Flag straight up with their left hand the Scouts saluted with their right as the wounded Veterans'  buses and police escort motorcade passed by!

See link below for one of the video's taken by one of our parents! ...  Tip, copy/paste and open below link, toward top right click "Open"  then click "Open in Free Video Player"  where the video will open/play in it's horizontal position for much easier/better viewing!


Support the Wounded Warriors, T1922 Flagmaster Requests YOU Thursday May 18th!!

Posted on May 13 2017 - 7:26pm

This next weekend, on May 20th, is an annual event called Wounded Weekend where several hundred Wounded Warriors travel from all over the country to Port O'Connor Texas for a recreational gathering to support one another in many various ways through outdoor and indoor activities and gatherings.

On Thursday, May 18th, in the evening around 5:30PM there will be a police escorted motor cade of several hundred Wounded Warriors leaving from Bush Intercontinental Airport down Will Clayton Parkway to West Lake Houston Parkway and turning South into and through Summerwood and then to the LDS Church along the beltway @ Summerwood.  Each of the last several years literally thousands of our friends and neighbors gather along the sides of Will Clayton Parkway and West Lake Houston Parkway to support several hundred of our Nation's Veteran's who have been wounded in action someplace in the world to protect our Nation's freedom, Liberties, rights, and values!

The Troop 1922 Flagmaster will be posting numerous Flags and requests your help to post and hold additional flags along W. Lake Houston Parkway in front of the Lakeside United Methodist Church!  

Please wear your Class A Uniforms to promote Scouting and keep our Troop visible to our community!

For more information about the event next weekend:  www.warriorsweekend.org

For a news article about the motorcade and the expected crowds who gather to support our wounded veterans: http://www.hkatexas.com/2017/05/woundedwarriors/

There is an excellent video at bottom of article of what to expect with the event  (including Scouts of Troop 9 and 925)

We will have a trailer with plenty of Flags for everyone but please sign up on website so we don't come short;  include in notes with parents or siblings able to hold a flag.

We will also have flyers to give to Summerwood residents to promote our Holiday Flag Subscriptions!!

Troop 1922 Cake retains "Award-Winning" at 80th Annual SHAC Scout Fair!!

Posted on May 6 2017 - 8:05pm


The Scouts and Scoutmasters of Troop 1922 enjoyed seeing (and perhaps tasting) all the indoor and outdoor exhibits and gathered numerous ideas and made new contacts and friendships among other Scouts and Scouters that were out Scouting about at the Scout Fair Saturday morning at the 80th Annual Scout Fair of the Sam Houston Area Council!!

After waking early to a quite cool and brisk morning, loading the trucks and equipment all the way to The Minute Maid Park the Scouts of Troop 1922 were eager to sign the Non-Disclosure Agreement so preparations could promptly proceed for the days competitive culinary competition with the award-winning secretive recipe and procedures!  The morning may have started off cool but the charcoal kept things hot down at the Minute Maid Park Saturday morning and just long enough in the afternoon such that The Award-Winning Largely Secretive Perhaps Proprietary Locally but Unofficially Trademarked Troop 1922 Dutch Oven Double Chocolate Chip Chocolate Cake came in 2nd Place among the outdoor cooking exhibits!  The parking lot was chocked full of culinary competitors and the Scouts of Troop 1922 kept their energy and excitement on high even as the afternoon came to a close!

One great benefit of the Scout Fair is that the Scoutmasters and adults can gather ideas from other Scouts, Scouters, Troops, Crews, and vendors on how we can work to build a better and stronger Scouting Program to benefit all the Scouts of Troop 1922.... check our web-site often for new announcements and more exciting Scouting Outings coming to Troop 1922 Scouts soon!

To see the Scout Fair for yourself click (or copy/pase) the link below for a video made today featuring the esteemed and distinguished Scouts of Troop 1922 and The Award-Winning Largely Secretive Perhaps Proprietary Locally but Unofficially Trademarked Troop 1922 Dutch Oven Double Chocolate Chip Chocolate Cake!!!


Personal Fitness Merit Badge Scouting Outing

Posted on May 6 2017 - 7:21pm

The Scout Oath says "Keep myself Physically Strong"....


We have an adventurous summer ahead of us and want to notify you of a new program that we will be starting on May 28th.  As you know there are two crews attending Seabase this August and we need to be in our best physical shape to be prepared.  It is not mandatory that you attend this class but is highly recommended.  We are going to combine the Seabase training with the requirements for the Personal Fitness merit badge and make a training program specific for each individual.  We will do the normal sit-ups, push-ups, and pull-ups with a distance run. We will also get in the pool and improve our swimming skills and endurance.  After the 12 week program is complete, along with in classroom training and discussion, each scout will be eligible for the Personal Fitness merit badge (going through the regular approval process), which is required for the Eagle rank.  We understand that there are many other activities this summer such as vacations, various camps, and other exciting outings and we can easily work around those times.  If you are interested in attending this class please sign up through the troop website.  This class and training is open to all interested Scouts. Our first meeting will be on May 28th starting at 1pm at a Summerwood location TBD. We will do approximately 2 hours of in class training and an hour of exercise.

For Questions call Mr. Hudson or Mr. Cordova!!

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