Austin, TX, January 25, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- Eagle Scout Alumni from across Texas are invited to a Texas Eagle Scout Alumni Gathering on Saturday, February 4, 10:30 am in the Capitol Auditorium of the Texas State Capitol Building in Austin. This Gathering of Eagles coincides with the annual Scouting Report to the State of Texas and follows immediately after the Scout Spirit Rally and Eagle Rededication Ceremony on the steps of the Texas Capitol, sponsored by the Texas Governor’s Office.
A unique Scout Patch will be available for purchase at the Report to State web page: http://www.bsacac.org/report_to_state.php.
“Men who achieved the Eagle Scout Award share a duty to help perpetuate the growth of Scouting. This statewide Gathering of Eagles provides a vehicle to marshal Eagle Scout Alumni resources, time and talent to grow Scouting and give back to our communities,” said Rob Bartlett, Jr. of Houston, event coordinator.
Eagle Scout Alumni leaders for the event will include youth scouting leader Tanner Maris of the San Antonio, author Frank Urbanic of Houston, attorney William H. Russell of Austin, and Rob Bartlett, Jr., event coordinator.
Eagle Scout Alumni of all ages and from all corners of Texas are invited to attend this Texas Eagle Scout Alumni Gathering. There is no cost for admission.
The Boy Scouts of America operates 19 local councils in Texas, including Texas Trails Council in Abilene, Golden Spread Council in Amarillo, Capitol Area Council in Austin, Three Rivers Council in Beaumont, South Texas Council in Corpus Christi, Circle Ten Council in Dallas, Yucca Council in El Paso, Longhorn Council in Fort Worth, Bay Area Council in Galveston, Rio Grande Council in Harlingen, Sam Houston Area Council in Houston, South Plains Council in Lubbock, Buffalo Trail Council in Midland, NeTseO Trails Council in Paris, Texas Southwest Council in San Angelo, Alamo Area Council in San Antonio, Caddo Area Council in Texarkana, East Texas Area Council in Tyler, Northwest Texas Council in Wichita Falls.
Rob Bartlett, Jr. at (713) 962-8033
or Rick Denison at the Capitol Area Council, Boy Scouts of America