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We just LOVE to have visitors. If you've visited our troop and want to know more, take a look below at some of the videos we have posted. And look to the left...find the Photo Gallery link and click to see some pics from our campouts and other Troop activities. Thanks for visiting or considering a visit! And remember--you can visit Troop 100 any Tuesday night. Feel free to email one of the above contacts, or just show up. We'd love to meet you!
Wilderness Survival Campout
The boys just got back from an awesome wilderness survival experience! They camped out in their tents Friday night, but those went back in the trailer on Saturday morning. The Scouts went through some intensive survival training and were then sent into the woods in small groups to build their own shelters, fashion spears, traps and snares to "catch" their own food, and then to build their own fires to cook that food. Luckily, everyone succeeded and nobody had to go hungry.
The adults cooked breakfast for the boys on Sunday and boy did they eat well!
Here's a link to the photo album with all the pix from the weekend.
Open House Success!
Troop 100 Open House Tuesday, Sept 30
Join us for our open house on Tuesday evening, September 30 from 7-8:30 pm. All boys ages 10 and up and their families are invited! Scouts will demonstrate widerness survival skills, outdoor cooking and more! Click here for all the details.
Troop 100 in the Garland Labor Day Parade
September 1, 2014
Troop 100 posts colors for Fire Fighter's Ball
August 16, 2014
Several area fire departments including Garland and Rockwall put together a fundraiser for Dallas firefighter Jeff Patterson, who was severly burned in a house fire in May of this year.
The firefighter's ball attracted hundreds of firefighters and citizens and featured a nice dinner, casino games, dancing, music and a silent auction. To kick off the event, Troop 100 presented the colors and the Firefighters Pipe and Drum Corp perfomed.
Troop 100 Featured in Dallas Morning News 4th of July Edition
July 4, 2014
The reporter visited the troop meeting on June 24 and talked to many of the boys and adult leaders. She took numerous photos and was very impressed with our troop. She seemed most impressed by the fact that we truly are a boy-led troop as she saw boys taking initiative in several areas during her visit. Good job guys! Keep it up...
You can check out the full story by clicking the picture or the link below.
Attention Troop 100 Alumni
We have set up a special email list just so that we can keep you up-to-date on what's happening with your Troop!
Please enter your email address below and click the "Add" button. Then check your email for a confirmation link. We will keep you updated!
Paying your Dues
Don't forget that you can pay your Troop dues via Paypal. Just click here:
Flag Retirement Ceremony
Troop 100 wishes to thank those that came to our U. S. Flag Retirement ceremony on Sunday night, May 25. We retired a flag that has served its country well. We also honored and remembered many who have fought for our country and its flag.
Special thanks to all those who helped make this ceremony a reality. The Troop 100 Committee, the City of Garland Parks and Recreation, Buildings, Fire and Police Departments. And thanks to Bugler Larry Quave, the singer of our National Anthem Bryan Cline, and Garland Mayor Douglas Athas.
Here is the complete video of the ceremony:
Here is a story from The Dallas Morning News on Friday, June 6 prompted by our ceremony:
Here is a nice piece by Kim Everett of TheGarlandTexan.com about our ceremony:
Troop 100's Latest Videos
Troop 100 is proud to announce the election of its new Scoutmaster, Larry Tapp!
December 15, 2013
Larry was born and raised in Texas, and graduated from Cedar Hill High School in 1987. He currently works for Dallas County Sheriff’s Department. He is married to Kathryn and has one son, Lane, who is currently a Star Scout. Larry's hobbies include fishing, hunting, camping, and watching sports.
As a Cub Scout leader he assisted at Pack 244, then joined Troop 100 in 2011, where he took on the assignments of Quarter Master and Assistant Scoutmaster. Larry has completed Wood Badge 100. He has attended two summer camps and many weekend campouts.
Larry's Vision for Troop 100:
Troop 100 should continue to be boy-led and boy-run with a few exceptions when necessary. Larry wants only the best for the boys and will do everything he can to help them become leaders.
The purpose of the Scouting program is to build character, foster citizenship, and develop mental, moral, and physical fitness in young men. These are the cornerstones of the aims of Scouting. This is achieved through a challenging program that encourages personal achievement, promotes personal growth, and develops a sense of responsibility and commitment. Scouting allows a boy to see and learn about the world around him through exposure to different cultures, government, skills and crafts, the environment, nature and much, much more that he may not otherwise experience during his most formative years.
"The Patrol method is not a way to operate a Boy Scout troop, it is the only way. Unless the patrol method is in operation you don't really have a Boy Scout troop."- Robert Baden Powell
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