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"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
When
- 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 2020 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.

Troop Meeting will be conducted on Zoom Monday evenings at normal Time!

Posted on Mar 28 2020 - 8:04pm

Scouts, Scouters, parents, related Troop members, Committee Members, the like, and the otherwise,

This Monday, March 30th at normal time, 6:45PM, your SPL & his ASPL's will host our Troop meeting on ZOOM.COM

Monday night's theme will be Public Health Merit Badge, please download and print your MB Worksheets from the attachment here.

Our Troop's Public Health Merit Badge Counselor is the Esteemed and Distinguished Mrs. Linda Civallero, Master of Science in Public Health, 1997, University of Texas - Houston School Of Public Health and joining her as a special guest speaker our very own distinguished Mr. Terry Eugene Vaughn II, District Manager of Retail & Pharmacy Operations, Walgreens, Inc. to discuss Public Health during these Pandemic times of the CoronaCrisis. 

Blue Cards will be handled at a later time;  please print and make your notes and answers on the worksheets and the Troop Scribe will keep attendance of the meeting.

For the ZOOM Meeting Log-In Information please click "Read More" below or look for an email from our EBlast Email Broadcast System!  Please log in right at 6:45PM and your Youth Leaders will be ready;  Zoom will say the meeting starts at 6:30 but it will not start until 6:45!

Please wear your Class A Uniform in case you're asked to recite the Pledge of Allegiance, Scout Oath, Law, etc!

Wash your hands often,

T1922 Scoutmaster

Summer Camp currently still on schedule!

Posted on Mar 24 2020 - 12:54pm

With all the Coronacrisis the Scoutmaster received an update via email on 3-24-2010 from the Lost Pines Scout Reservation that the camp is currently continuing as scheduled with a few health & Safety improvements planned!

The Camp has extended the payment to May 1 from April 1 so please look for a Scout Statement from our Troop Treasurer, Steve Abercia, or contact him to verify your payment has been made!

If you haven't made out your schedule please do so soon and publish on the "Notes" of our Troop Sign-up.

To see the full text from the camp please download the attached file (click below)!

Troop 1922 Update

Posted on Mar 22 2020 - 1:00am

Hello Scouts and Scouters of Troop 1922,

      We hope all are well during these difficult and unforeseen times! While the committee wants to keep the outing in Scouting, we need to make sure everyone is as safe as possible. In keeping with the recommendation of the BSA, all other activities are also cancelled for the foreseeable months unless otherwise messaged. Please make sure and contact Mike Sekachev at 832-983-6730 if you stil have coupon books or money to turn in as our coupon book sale is also ending.  

       To continue your Scouting from home, there are 58 merit badges that can be worked on from home. Please click on the link below (or copy and paste link into your web browser) to see which badges qualify. Please email a Merit Badge Counselor to let them know which badges you will be working on.   

       https://blog.scoutingmagazine.org/2020/03/20/merit-badges-for-social-dis...

        Scouts Australia is selling patches to benefit Scouts who lost their homes in the country’s devastating wildfires. A picture of this unique badge is below. Their goal: to make sure these Scouts can “remain connected to Scouting as they work through this traumatic period,” according to Scouts Australia's web site.  The patches cost 5 Australian dollars each — about $3.44. The patches themselves were donated to Scouts Australia by Snowgum, an Australian outdoor clothing retailer, meaning 100% of the proceeds will benefit Scouts.  The shipping cost is high for individuals to purchase just one.  However, if there were enough interest (about 15 patches), the cost per patch would be $7-8. The sale ends at the end of March. If you are interested in participating, please email Natalie Acevedo at nka311@gmail.com as soon as possible.  I plan on placing the order on Friday March 27, 2020.

Please stay safe and continue to check the Troop 1922 website for updates and schedule changes. 

 

                                                

2020 Philmont Crew Conquers Guadalupe Peak!

Posted on Mar 21 2020 - 9:01pm

This Spring Break, the 2020 Philmont Scout Crew went on a treacherous hike up the Guadalupe Mountains.  Guadalupe Peak is known as the "Top of Texas" since it is the highest point in Texas at an elevation of 8,751 feet above sea level.  The trail is steep and rated strenuous. Early in the trip, the weather turned windy, wet and cold, and we got soaked. Right after our triumphant achievement of reaching the Peak, we headed straight back down the mountain to a laundromat to dry our gear.  Next, we took on the challenge of hiking the dark caverns of Carlsbad Caverns. The 1.2 mile natural entrance trail is extremely steep. It is like walking down the stairs 75 stories and then climbing back up those 75 stories! This was an exhausting but educational visit for our fellow Scouts and Scouters. After all the challenging hiking, we made a special trip to the Alamo in San Antonio in honor of the Louisiana scout that has joined our Philmont Crew. He had never heard of the Alamo (they do not teach Texas History in Louisiana), so we had to fill him in on the historic value of the Alamo.  This hiking trip was awesome and we bonded with each other as a crew!

 Logan Sileo, Troop 1922 Historian

             

          

 

Scouts "Out" at the Inspire Rock Gym Scouting Outing

Posted on Mar 21 2020 - 9:00pm

 

Feb 28th-29th:  With the Coronavirus Crisis underway it's hard yet to determine with certainty the exact success rate of our recruitment event at the InSpire Rock Gym a few weeks ago but it is known that all who came out to Scout about had a great time.

Here are a few photo's taken at the event which may include a few Scouts or Scouters "Out" at the Scouting Outing!

 

 

Scouts go out to Scout out "Snipe Hunt"

Posted on Mar 21 2020 - 9:03am

March 9th - Houston, Tx - River Oaks Theatre

Most of the Scouts who participated in last May's filiming of "Snipe Hunt"  were able to participate in the Premier of the Short Film "Snipe Hunt"

The Director, Dr. Tyrone Dixon, of Texas Southern University invited the participants to come view the Premier at the River Oaks Theatre for a private viewing where most of our Troop 1922 Scouts and Scouters who participated in the filming out at the Lake Houston Wilderness Park were able to see the private showing of "Snipe Hunt"  a few weeks ago!

The Scouts & Scouters were able to meet the other crew and cast and visit with the Investors in the production where Dr. Dixon is still putting together the remaining funding and so forth to produce and film the "Full Feature"  film later this summer where, Danny Glover, will act as the Scoutmaster of Troop 242 in the W.L. Davis District of the Sam Houston Area Council.

Dr. Dixon has shared the movie with Troop 1922 where we planned to play it on the big screen during the Sleepover at the LUMC on March 20th;  however, we'll need to reschedule this event after the CoronaCrisis has passed!

Look for more updates later on the full-feature filming where Troop 1922 will be asked to assist and participate in the filming this summer, CoronaCrisis pending!

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