Welcome to Troop 1928

Monthly Outings: Troop 1928 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 1928 holds weekly meetings at the White's Chapel United Methodist Church in Southlake, TX. Meetings are every Sunday evening from 7:00pm until 8:30pm. except on campout weekends and some holidays. Please refer to the Upcoming Events list to the right for more information.

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“True leaders understand that leadership is not about them but about those they serve. It is not about exalting themselves but about lifting others up.” -- Sheri L. Dew, author


Posted on Jul 13 2020 - 7:49pm



   Scouts - Get out and see the Comet!





When and where to look in the morning

As a morning object, the comet's best views will come during a three-day stretch on the mornings of July 11, 12 and 13, when it will stand 10 degrees above the northeast horizon, 80 minutes before sunrise — the beginning of nautical twilight. Your clenched fist held at arm's length measures approximately 10 degrees in width. So, on these three mornings, the head of Comet NEOWISE will appear about "one fist" up from the northeast horizon. 

Evening visibility 

The best viewing times will be from 8:40 PM (Sunset) to 10:15 PM (When the comet goes below the horizon).  Look at Northwest - if you use a compass look at 324 degrees.  Just above the horizon.

The first good opportunity for evening viewing begins on July 12, when the head of the comet will stand 5 degrees above the north-northwest horizon, 80 minutes after sunset (the end of nautical twilight). By July 14 its altitude will have already doubled to 10 degrees, and by July 19 it will have doubled yet again to 20 degrees up by the end of nautical twilight. By then it will have moved to above the northwest horizon.  

So, we at Space.com feel that the best time to view the comet during the evening will come during the July 14-19 time frame. 

Welcome Olivia

Posted on Jul 12 2020 - 11:17pm




  Please welcome Olivia, our newest member of the troop!!!

Photo Contest!!

Posted on Jul 12 2020 - 11:17pm

    Scouts - Mrs Clark has challenged you to a photo contest.  


    The Theme: Take a photo you think best demonstrates 1 of the 7 principles of Leave No Trace or 1 of the 5 principles of Tread Lightly!

    The rules:

          1)  You can stage the photo or take a candid shot

          2)  Email your photo to Mrs Clark by August 1st



  • The Seven Leave No Trace Principles
    1. Plan Ahead and Prepare
    2. Travel and Camp on Durable Surfaces
    3. Dispose of Waste Properly (Pack It In, Pack It Out)
    4. Leave What You Find
    5. Minimize Campfire Impacts
    6. Respect Wildlife
    7. Be Considerate of Other Visitors


  • Tread Lightly!
    1. Travel responsibly
    2. Respect the rights of others
    3. Educate yourself
    4. Avoid sensitive areas
    5. Do your part

Powder Horn!

Posted on Jul 12 2020 - 7:52pm


   Thank you Mrs Clark for your presentation on Powder Horn and the Leave No Trace Game!


    Scouts - If you are 14 and want a great outdoor adventure sign up for Powder Horn!


    Click here for more information

Happy 4th of July!

Posted on Jul 3 2020 - 8:07pm


  Happy 244th Birthday, USA!!!


  On my honor I will do my best to do my duty to God and my country...

Swim Test

Posted on Jun 28 2020 - 10:48am
Join us for your swim test!!
 June 28 7PM
1205 Bent Creek Dr
Southlake, TX 76092
Bring a towel
Wear a modest swim suit
1st Class:
The BSA Swimmer Test
Swim 75 yards in a strong manner using one or more of the following strokes: sidestroke, breaststroke, trudgen or crawl; then swim 25 yards using an easy, resting backstroke. The 100 yards must be completed in one swim without stops and must include at least one sharp turn.
2nd Class:
5b. Demonstrate your ability to pass the BSA beginner test: Jump feet first into water over your head in depth, level off and swim 25 feet on the surface, stop, turn sharply, resume swimming, then return to your starting place.
5c. Demonstrate water rescue methods by reaching with your arm or leg, by reaching with a suitable object, and by throwing lines and objects.
5d. Explain why swimming rescues should not be attempted when a reaching or throwing rescue is possible. Explain why and how a rescue swimmer should avoid contact with the victim.

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