Download the Mustang District calendar for 2014-2015.
Mustang District Cub-O-Ree & Mustang District Tiger Day
Saturday, October 25 check-in 7am and campfire at 7:30pm
Tiger Day check-in and walk-up registration starts at 11:30
Tiger Day runs from 12:30-4:00
Camping: October 24, 2014 6pm to October 26, 2014 10am (optional)
Fees: $10.00 per Scout - late fees will apply after October 20. Parents and Siblings are FREE!!!
Participants must provide their own meals.
Cub Scouts of all ranks, Tigers/Wolf/Bear/Webelos, are encouraged to attend!!
Families are welcome also!
There will be Camping, Space Derby, Tent-to-Tent Trick or Treating, Physical Fitness, Jack-o-Lantern Carving, Water Bottle Rockets, Ghostly Campfire, Archery, Golf Ball Toss, Rope Making, Push Carts, and much, much, more!!!
All ranks, even Tigers, will earn achievements and/or Belt Loops and have fun, fun, fun!
Camp out and enjoy the fun all weekend! Bring a Pumpkin to carve and treats for tent to tent trick or treating. Packs that are camping will need to fill out a tour plan.
Click here to register
Resources for Scout Activities including Guide to Safe Scouting
Your unit must file a Tour Plan if you are camping Friday and/or Saturday night. Those units not camping but visiting for the day on Saturday are not required to file a tour plan, but the planning tool is always recommended.
Packs need to have Medical Forms with them for all in attendance, youth and adults. Only Parts A & B need to be completed.
Contact Susan Hansen - Susan4scouts@gmail.com or Pauline Curnutt - firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions about Spookoree.
November 13, 2014, 7:00 pm
All leaders are invited to attend Roundtable. Classroom Youth Protection Training will be offered in the Scout Lodge at the same time that night.
Memorial Drive UMC in the Wesley Hall (enter the doors that face Memorial Drive)
12955 Memorial Drive
Houston, TX 77079
BeAScout.org is a tool prospective families use to find units to join. BeAScout.org has a Google pin for every unit. Is your unit information up to date, or do you have the unit leader from three years ago as your contact? Unit leaders can update your unit information to make it EASY for new Scouting families to find your unit by logging into myscouting.org and looking under Unit Tools, selecting BeAScout, and then clicking on "Unit Pin Management."
September 1 - November 17, 2014
Once each year, a troop or team may hold a unit election to elect youth members of their troop or team to become members of the Order of the Arrow. Both youth and adult Scouts and Scouters can become members of the OA, but only youth members are elected. Assistant Scoutmasters under the age of 21 are considered youth members for OA purposes. New members are voted on by every youth member of the troop present at the election - not just the OA members.
Elections are normally held at a regular troop meeting, and take about half an hour to complete. In order for an election to be held, at least 50% of your active youth members must be present – if less than 50% are present, the election must be rescheduled. The OA elections must be completed by the OA chapter election team with support of unit Arrowmen, the OA troop/team representative and the unit leader. Schedule your unit election and request the election forms.
SHAC Fun with Son
October 17-19, 2014 at Bovay Scout Ranch and Camp Strake
Fun With Son gives newly registered Cub Scouts and their families an opportunity to experience and overnight campout and exciting activities such as BB guns, crafts, archery and more! Fun With Son is held at both Bovay Scout Ranch and at Camp Strake.
November 15, 2014
Community Service Day is an opportunity for units to perform a community service project, conservation project, project for their chartered organization, or participate in an Eagle Scout project. The Sam Houston Area Council is celebrating a "Century of Service" in 2014. To commemorate this milestone, we will log-in more than 100,000 hours of service across the 16 1/2 counties we serve. The Sam Houston Area Council will be reaching out to the communities in our area, notifying them of this day of service and encourage them to recommend projects in which units can participate.