Welcome to Troop 928

Monthly Outings: Troop 928 has a year-round outings program, with an overnight outing every month planned by the Scouts themselves. In addition, the Troop or any of the patrols may plan day hikes or other activities during the year. See the list of outings and dates in our troop calendar. The Troop outings program is designed to provide the Scouts with fun, new skills, and advancement. In addition to meeting requirements for advancing in rank, outings provide opportunities for earning merit badges, including Camping, Hiking, Cooking, Backpacking, Orienteering, Wilderness Survival, and many others.

Weekly Meetings: Troop 928 holds weekly meetings at the White's Chapel United Methodist Church in Southlake, TX. Meetings are every Monday evening from 7:00pm until 8:30pm except during the summer and any special occurrences. Please refer to the Upcoming Events list to the right for more information. 

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Welcome to "The Journey"! 

There are no secrets to success. It is the result of preparation, hard work, and learning from failure.” - Colin Powell  

Click here to learn about White's Chapel United Methodist Church new ALL Girl, Scouts BSA Troop.

Troop Merit Badge College - May 25th & June 1st

Posted on May 21 2019 - 7:30pm






Summertime is a great time to earn your Eagle-Required merit badges. Personal Fitness, Personal Management, and Family Life lend themselves well to complete over the break!

The troop has arranged for rooms at White's Chapel on May 25th and Saturday, June 1st for morning and afternoon sessions and will arrange for merit badge counselors for the most requested badges. These classes will help you kick off your badges so you can do the requirements at your own pace.

Please email Mrs Belleville IMMEDIATELY the dates you are available and the badge you would like to work on.

Our annual merit badge college is scheduled for August 17th with more details to follow.

Watch the website for an official schedule & signup soon!

Merit Badge Counselors, if you are available & willing to help with this kick off, please email Mrs Belleville your availability.
Thank you,
Ruth Belleville

David Hubert's Eagle Project - Sun. June 2nd

Posted on May 21 2019 - 11:46am


When: SUNDAY, JUNE 2, starting at 8AM and concluding around Noon (come and go as you need)

Where: Back side of Walnut Grove Elementary at (2520 N White Chapel Blvd, Southlake, TX 76092)

What: Great opportunity to earn Service Hours on David Hubert’s Eagle Scout Project.

Why: Walnut Grove Elementary, particularly the gym teacher, has asked for these improvements to improve their program.

The project will involve staining 2 picnic tables and building and staining 2 large balance beams on the playground.
We are at the back of Walnut Grove Elementary School.
Please wear Class B shirts and clothes you do not mind getting dirty. Be sure to bring sunscreen and a hat! Closed toed shoes required.

Donuts & water are provided.

Please RSVP to jeannie hubert at jeannie@huberts.us or call 972-898-9996  (Jeannie’s cell). 

A “Thank You” from the Committee Chair

Posted on May 21 2019 - 11:46am
As I pass the baton to my successor I wanted to take this opportunity to express my overwhelming appreciation for a great group of volunteers.  Over the two years in the Committee Chair position I saw the “thousands of hours” of volunteerism donated by adults to make this Mission thrive. 

For the people directly on the committee – thank you.  Thank you for selfless dedication to all the paperwork, and emails, and phone calls, and... , and... , and….   You never stopped working for something bigger!

For the scoutmasters, thank you for wearing the brown shirt and getting out there with the boys.  For being silly when you can and serious when you have to.  Your efforts to raise great young men matters!

And for the parents that give their time in other ways, we truly appreciate the food shopping, the patch sewing, and the gentle nudge to keep your son on track.   I know it was YOU that brought your son to scouting - and while your son may not know that gift, I do!

I know I do not have to ask, but I will, please give your support to Kristi Dyer.  She will be a wonderful Committee Chair with your help.

God bless,

Paige Kester

Jack’s Dad


P.S.  For the boys, past and present, thank you for the times you really tried to live “I will do my best”.  For the times you found BE PREPARED actually was a good motto to follow.  When you joined, you hoped scouting was a chance to be with your friends, do cool stuff, and “if I learn something and hang out with my dad that will be OK”.  However, keep this thought with you until the day you can fully appreciate: your parents brought you to scouting to be exposed to great life principles, to be surrounded by families who wanted the same for their child, to have you grow up to be great men, and yes, to spend time with you.  …if they had to pair it with you “hanging out with your friends and doing cool stuff”, well, that was OK too!

Important Membership News!

Posted on May 18 2019 - 1:46am

If you are an adult who missed renewing during last year's recharter and would still like to attend summer camp or one of the treks, or be otherwise official with the troop,  we can still help if you act fast. Please note: your form may not be able to be processed in time if the various signatures of the personnel needed to validate it have left town for summer. Do Not Procrastinate.

Council requires a valid YPT to accompany your BSA form to process.  Please ensure your BSA form is filled out completely including background check authorization. Incomplete applications missing last years deadline require a new form. If this pertains to you, you have been personally notified.

Contact Trina Hall ASAP at membership@troop928.org and lets get you in.

WOOD BADGE COURSE June 18‐22, 2019

Posted on May 4 2019 - 10:41pm

This course is for adult leaders.

Back by demand is a Wood Badge Course many of you can take! Only one week-long – not the usual two weekends split apart. This course starts on Tuesday and ends on Saturday; perfect for those who can only take off work one week at a time. Click here for the Course Flyer.  This provides the information you need to register.

This is not a Troop leader training but is designed for Cub, Scout, and Venturing leaders. This course will help you better understand how all the Scouting programs tie together. It will provide you with many useful leadership tools to help enable our youth to have the best possible Scouting experience. There is no better time to attend a Wood Badge course and make a difference in your unit than when you are a Cub Scout Leader.



PAYMENT 1 - Camp Hale Summer Camp

Posted on Mar 24 2019 - 10:38am

Date: June 9-15

Amount: $200


Camp Hale

PAYMENT 1 - Camp Hale Summer Camp

Scouts, are you ready for a great week of swimming, sailing, hiking, rock climbing, rifles/shotguns/bows, skiing, horses, fishing, and campfires?! We have secured the best week of the summer at Camp Hale - June 9th thru June 15th. Come beat the heat!

Who: We are limited to 45 scouts. These spots will go fast!
When: June 9th-15th
Where: Camp Hale (1 Camp Tom Hale, 74571 Talihina, OK) - Only 3.5 hrs away
Cost: $350 +/- $50 will be the likely range after transportation, t-shirts, merit badge choices and other considerations are determined.
Average temperatures for that week: High 87, Low 63 (Perfect!)

Parents - We encourage you to sign up and come to camp with your scout. It is a great week to spend in the outdoors. There is plenty to do. We need a minimum of 5 but will take all we can get.

Did I mention: Camp Hale has one of the best aquatics programs in BSA. The lake is huge, they have big inflatables including a Scout-launcher!

For more information:
Visit the Camp Hale web page: https://www.halescoutreservation.org/see-camp-hale
Contact Molly Underwood mollyunderwood@troop928.org

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