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 Chris Carter, 713-817-3337


Holiday U.S. Flag Display - Available to residents of Summerwood, Lakeside Terrace, and Summer Lake Ranch

Show your patriotism and support your local BSA Troop! 

To subscribe to or renew our service of placing a U.S. flag in your yard on Memorial Day, Flag Day, Independence Day, and Labor Day, please click https://squareup.com/store/troop-1922/. $30 for 2021 Subcription (4 holidays).

For more information about the troop's Holiday Flag Display service please click ---> here for our flyer.



  Age requirement to join the Boy Scouts:

  Any 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, is welcome to apply.

  Click here for a Youth Application.

POR for Scouts

Posted on Jan 9 2021 - 4:21pm

These are the Position of Ranks for all Scouts. Please be sure that you are aware of your position if you have one.

Distinguished Life Scout Justin Kevin Impelman Elected Senior Patrol Leader!!

Posted on Jan 1 2021 - 10:10am

On our last meeting of 2020 Justin Kevin Impelman was Elected by the Scouts of Troop 1922 and Certified as such by the SPL Election Commissioner, Mr. Oscar Guillermo Civallero, as having the majority votes cast and in accordance to the SPL Election Commission Guidelines, Procedures, Requirements, and Qualifications to be our next Senior Patrol Leader to follow in the steps of previous Troop 1922 Senior Patrol Leaders in leading the Scouts into great Scouting Outings and developing their Scouting Skills and individual leadership skills.  Congratulations to the current Senior Patrol Leader, Conley Paul Carter, on a job well done leading the Scouts of Troop 1922 during his tenure since his inauguration just before the COVID-19 Pandemic of 2020.

Be Prepared: at our first Troop Meeting of 2020, on January 4th, there will be a special Senior Patrol Leader Inauguration Ceremony where the current Scouts of Troop 1922 are likely to meet and see former Senior Patrol Leaders of Troop 1922!   Also during the upcoming meeting Justin is expected to announce Scout's new Positions of Responsbility for his upcoming term and tenure!

During our last Troop meeting of 2020 we had a number of future T1922 youth leaders and potential Eagle Scouts visit our meeting;  thanks to ALL who made both the Webelos and their parents feel and experience the welcome-ness of our T1922 Scouting Family!

See you Monday evening - Scoutmaster Carter!





Senior Patrol Leader Elections on December 14th!!!

Posted on Dec 13 2020 - 6:03am
The Three Senior Patrol Leader Candidates in Alphabetical Order:
Luke Felix Alvarado
Jack Ryan Garcia
Justin Kevin Impelman
It is Imperative to be On-Time for this Troop Meeting & Election as we also are expecting Webelo's Den's from two local Packs!
Absentee Ballots on SPL Election Day December 14th, 2020:  
If unable to attend the SPL Election in person you are encouraged to Cast an Absentee Ballot!  You, or your parent, must text your choice for SPL to the Troop 1922 SPL Election Commissioner, Oscar Civallero (281-687-1272) between the hours of 6:00AM CST and 6:30PM CST on Election Day, Monday, December 17th, 2020.  Absentee Ballots received before or after those hours designated or on a different day will not be counted for, toward, or against the Election.  Upon Receipt of your Absentee Ballot by the Election Commissioner you will receive a Reply Confirmation Message confirming your ballot having been received and will be counted according to your designation;  please note it is the sole discretion of the Election Commissioner to validate your identity upon receipt of your Absentee Ballot.  NO MAIL-IN Ballots delivered by USPS, UPS, FEDEX, DHL, AMAZON Prime, Saia LTL Freight, Old Dominion LTL freight nor similar will be accepted, only In-Person or Absentee By Text to the Election Commissioner during stated Absentee Voting Hours will be Accepted and counted in the Final & Certified Vote Tally.
Positions of Responsibility:
Although the Senior Patrol Leader position is a very challenging and rewarding position there are many other "Positions of Responsibility" available which can also be very rewarding for any Scout who wants to learn various skills and are a requirement for Rank Advancement for the Ranks of Star, Life and Eagle.  If you would like a "Position of Responsibility" you're required to get your name and desired position(s) on the Form to be made available during Turkey Camp and during the December 7th and December 14th Troop meetings.  It is highly suggested that you indicate more than one Position of Responsibility as we can't have 7 Scribes and no Quartermaster, etc.  The form will be available again at the upcoming Troop Meetings and you can email or text message Mr. Carter anytime your preference(s) and he will gladly get your name and preferences on the required Form.  It is the full intention of the Scoutmasters and Committee and the responsibility of the new SPL that if your name is on the form by the SPL Election you will have a Position of Responsibility during the upcoming SPL Cycle which will endure until sometime in August or September.  Whichever Position you choose "Be Prepared" to do it fully and to the best of your ability;  know and understand what your position entails and if any questions ask your SPL or a Scoutmaster!  Scouting is a safe place to learn from your experiences and these positions, while you may not think you'll be the best at it, you can "Do your best" and learn new skills, improve yourself and gain positive experience from a new challenge!
In addition to Senior Patrol Leader below is a list of Positions of Responsibility that count toward Rank Advancement:
Assistant Senior Patrol Leader
Patrol Leader
Den Chief
Order of the Arrow Troop Representative
Bugler (counts toward Star and Life but does NOT count toward Eagle)
Chaplains Aide
Junior Assistant Scoutmaster
Outdoor Ethics Guide


Order of the Arrow Elections Monday December 7th!

Posted on Dec 6 2020 - 5:02am


The Order of the Arrow

Scouting’s National Honor Society

For more than 100 years, the Order of the Arrow (OA) has recognized Scouts and Scouters who best exemplify the Scout Oath and Law in their daily lives. This recognition provides encouragement for others to live these ideals as well. Arrowmen are known for maintaining camping traditions and spirit, promoting year-round and long-term resident camping, developing leaders, and providing cheerful service to others. OA service, activities, adventures, and training for youth and adults are models of quality leadership development and programming that enrich, support, and help to extend Scouting to America's youth.

 If you are interested in being elected to The Order of the Arrow please see or speak with Mr. Carter

Eligibility to be Elected are as follows: copied from http://www.scouting.org/scoutsource/BoyScouts/OrderoftheArrow.aspx

The Order of the Arrow membership requirements are:

Unit leader approval. To become eligible for election, a Boy Scout or Varsity Scout must be registered with the Boy Scouts of America and have the approval of his unit leader prior to the election. The unit leader must certify his Scout spirit (i.e., his adherence to the Scout Oath and Law and active participation in unit activities). The unit leader must also certify that the nominee meets all specified requirements at the time of this annual election.

Youth membership qualifications. All members of, or candidates for membership in, the Order of the Arrow who are under 21 years of age shall be considered youth members or candidates for youth membership, subject to meeting the following requirements:

  • Be a registered member of the Boy Scouts of America.
  • Hold the First Class rank of the Boy Scouts of America, as a minimum.
  • After registration with a troop or team, have experienced 15 days and nights of Boy Scout camping during the two-year period prior to the election. The 15 days and nights must include one, but no more than one, long-term camp consisting of six consecutive days and five nights of resident camping, approved and under the auspices and standards of the Boy Scouts of America. The balance of the camping must be overnight, weekend, or other short-term camps.

Candidates for youth membership shall be elected by other youth members in accordance with policies set forth by the national Order of the Arrow committee

Troop 1922 has won a 2022, 12-Day Expedition Slot!!

Posted on Dec 4 2020 - 5:46pm


If interested please sign up for this event and you will be contacted for an upcoming informational meeting at upcoming Troop meeting.

This is Philmont's world-famous 12-day Trek across land spanning about a quarter of a million acres.  Crew will depart @ 6AM on July 16th, stay in Amarillo, TX on July 16th and arrive at Philmont on July 17th.  Depart Philmont on July 29th, stay overnight on the route home and possibly another sight-seeing stop so plan to arrive at home on Sunday evening of July 31st.

Training for Philmont is rigorous and time-consuming:  any Scout and Scouter to attend needs to "Be Prepared" for a LOT of physical training prior to this event and during this Scouting Outing.   If you are UNABLE or UNWILLING to train and prepare yourself in advance for a very challenging, but rewarding, lifetime of memories for this Scouting Outing Opportunity please do NOT sign up for this!

Crew size is Maximum of 12 which includes a minimum of 2 Adult Leaders.  A youth must be 14 years of age OR 13 years of age and completed the 8th grade by date of participation.  Those who were signed up for Philmont in 2020 will have priority when final Crew is determined.

If you would like to go, or are interested in going, please sign up and look for notice on upcoming meetings; backup Scouts and Leaders are requested in the event of life changes or the Unpreparedness Virus sets in.

Total Estimated Cost of Adventure is $1,670.00 per Participant

Cost for the Trek is by Philmont at $1,295.00 per Participant:

Payments per participant due include $150 on 1-18-2021;  $572.50 on 9-20-2021 and $572.50 on 2-14-2022;  your payments to Troop will need to be made 1 week or more in advance so ample time can be made for USPS.

Transportation Cost is currently estimated at $375.00 per participant and will be actual expenses divided by participants;  however, the estimate will be collected by Troop by July 5th, 2022.

If you are ready to commit to the adventure of a lifetime please see attached High Adventure Agreement, sign and return to Mr. Brett Sileo, T1922 Committee Chairman.  

For full information on the Philmont experience, please see Philmont's 2020 Guidebook to Adventure at https://www.philmontscoutranch.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/12/GuidebookToAdventure.pdf


Turkey Camp 2020 - Camp Pirtle

Posted on Nov 28 2020 - 7:42pm

On Saturday, November 21 through Tuesday, November 24, Troop 1922 attended Turkey Camp at Camp Pirtle deeeeeeeep in Panola County in the East Texas Area Council.  On the drive to camp, we stopped for a picnic lunch at Pioneer Park in Nacogdoches where there is a real Cold War era tank. When we arrived at camp, they did a temperature check and then we set up our camp.  Our campsite was huge and private but far from the dining hall which was the hub of camp activities.  Soon it was time for dinner, then evening classes started on the first night.  After Saturday evening classes, we had a Cracker Barrel with Frito pie and ice cream, and they showed the movie, “Million Dollar Arm”.  

On Sunday, we started full day merit badge classes.  Camp Pirtle offered numerous Eagle and other badge classes, and our troop was represented in most of them.  Our troop leaders were involved in classes too.  Mr. Sileo taught 4 sections of Citizenship in the World, Mr. Abercia taught a music class, and L.T. Vaughn assisted teaching Cooking classes.  On Sunday evening, the troop held the first flag retirement ceremony.  Then there was another Cracker Barrel with hamburgers and the “Lego Batman Movie”.  

On Monday, we had another full day of merit badge classes, and we helped the Search and Rescue class find Panda Emick, their stuffed panda that had a bad habit of getting lost in the woods.  In the evening, there was another flag retirement ceremony, then a camp-wide chess tournament.  Justin Impelman and Ammon Gutke represented our troop well by making it into the final 4 (out of 40 total competitors).  The Cracker Barrel that night included a snack of cheese, sausage and grapes along with showing “Raiders of the Lost Ark”.  

On Tuesday, we had a shortened merit badge schedule to finish up requirements, and Troop 1922 presented its signature white glove flag ceremony.  We finished up our classes (earning a lot of merit badges!) and packed up the camp to head home.  On the drive home, we stopped at Chik-Fil-A in Lufkin for a luxurious parking lot dinner and troop discussion of "roses, buds and thorns" for Turkey Camp.  This was our first time attending Turkey Camp at Camp Pirtle.  The woods and the lake were a beautiful setting, everyone had a great time, and we enjoyed a lot of fun, learning and fellowship.  There are more photos in the Photo Album "2020 Turkey Camp - Camp Pirtle".

 Logan Sileo - Troop 1922 Historian




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