scouts bsa Troop 11 | Houston, texas

Zach's Eagle Project, Food Bank, City Council Meeting, Triathlon Campout

04/11/2019 7:10 AM | Stephen Cullar-Ledford (Administrator)

Zach Bryant’s Eagle Scout Project - Work Day Details

My name is Zach Bryant and I am currently working on my Eagle Scout project. My

project’s goal is to create a library for San Francisco Nativity Academy, a non-tuition based private independent Christian PreK-3 through 1st-grade school serving low-income students and families. Many students at San Francisco Nativity Academy are from immigrant families who have recently moved to the United States. 95% of the students currently in attendance are considered English Language Learners and are just beginning to develop English language speaking skills. We are working to assist in their language learning activities by starting a Library at their school. This library will allow students to read age-oriented books during the school day to practice and develop their skills.

If you are interested in helping to build the new library, please join me at San Francisco Nativity Academy (5808 Renwick Drive, Houston 77081) on Saturday, April 13 from 9:00am-12:00 pm. During that time, we will be assembling new library shelving, stocking the library with the collected books, and cleaning and placing donated tables and chairs. Food and drinks will be provided for all volunteers – adult helpers are welcome! If you would like to know: how to get there, what to wear, what to bring, and to sign up to attend, use

Emergency Preparedness Talk at 4/22 Troop meeting

The Office of Emergency Management will be there to talk about Emergency preparedness to most of the scouts and Search and Rescue to the scouts finishing the Search and Rescue Merit Badge.

Houston Food Bank

Do you need service hours for rank advancement or as part of the Citizenship in the Community merit badge (you need volunteer for 8 hours of community service)

During the troops merit badge day, the scouts voted to work at the Houston food bank.

Troop 11 and 12 are signed up for the following dates.

· 28th of April for the 9-12pm shift. Register:

· 12th of May for the 9-12pm shift. Register:

(6 hours listed above, 2 more hours needed)

We will provide an additional date for the remaining hours later.


Volunteers MUST be at least 6 years old and supervised by parent or guardian throughout the shift.

All volunteers under the age of 18 also need a completed Youth Volunteer Consent Form signed by a parent or guardian. A copy of this form can be downloaded by clicking the RESOURCES tab on your Volunteer Profile page.

Please plan to arrive at least fifteen minutes before your scheduled volunteer shift so you can check in, receive instructions and start on time. If you arrive after the start of your shift, you may have to wait up to 30 minutes for orientation and assignment. If members of your group arrive late, we cannot guarantee they will be able to join you in your assigned project area.

Description of Duties

Varies with the makeup volunteers for shift. Most of the projects at the warehouse involve inspection, sorting, and repackaging of donated food items for community distribution.

Address 535 Portwall St.

Houston, TX. 77029


From Downtown: Take IH-10 east and exit Gellhorn St. (exit #774). Make a U-turn at Gellhorn, stay on feeder and turn right on Portwall St."

Bellaire City Council


As part of the Citizenship in the Community merit badge and Communication merit badge (both eagle requirements).

Monday May 6th, 2019.

You can attend our regular Troop meeting or you can attend the Bellaire City Council Meeting

7:00 PM (please be there by 6:45)

7008 S Rice Ave, Bellaire, TX 77401, meet outside the building

Please wear your class A uniforms and bring along your merit badge worksheet.

For questions contact Stephen Logue

This visit will count towards one of the following requirements, either Citizenship in the Community or Communications (not both)

Citizenship in the merit badge (Eagle Badge Requirement)

3. Do the following:

a. Attend a meeting of your city, town, or county council or school board; OR attend a municipal, county, or state court session.

b. Choose one of the issues discussed at the meeting where a difference of opinions was expressed, and explain to your counselor why you agree with one opinion more than you do another one.

Communication Merit Badge (Eagle Badge Requirement)

Attend a public meeting (city council, school board, debate) approved by your counselor where several points of view are given on a single issue. Practice active listening skills and take careful notes of each point of view. Prepare an objective report that includes all points of view that were expressed, and share this with your counselor.

May Campout May 19-21

Join Troop 11's first triathlon! This campout is the combination of two fun events...a campout at Stephen F. Austin State Park in addition to an OPTIONAL kids' triathlon at Typhoon Texas for kids 6-15 years old. As a bonus, the triathlon participants have private access to Typhoon Texas from 10:30-1:30.

Remember to bring money for Whataburger for Friday evening. If you're doing the triathlon, also bring money for lunch and snacks at Typhoon Texas.

Triathlon registration and race distances can be found at:

If you have any questions, contact Michael Lewis 832-368-6727,

Troop Wild Apricot Registration:

Scouts BSA Troop 11
First Presbyterian Church Houston
5300 S Main St, Houston, TX 77004

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