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Welcome to Boy Scout Troop 1001, Richardson, Texas!

This is the official website of Troop 1001 of Richardson, Texas.  It is designed to help you learn more about our troop, its activities and programs, and see where we have been and where we are headed.  The troop meets Mondays from 7:00 - 8:30 p.m. (except summer months and Mondays following a campout), at Trinity Bible Church, 400 West Campbell Road, across from Richardson Regional Hospital.

Visitors please read the About Us page to learn more about Troop 1001.  Questions?  Fill out the Contact Us form.

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Mandatory Parent Meeting, Monday 8/20 6:30-8PM

Posted on Aug 12 2018 - 6:56pm

Calling all Troop 1001 parents!

As we get ready to kick off the 2018-2019 Scouting year, we would like to share with you the program plan that this year's PLC has put together. Please join the Troop Committee at Trinity Bible Church on Monday, August 20 at 6:30PM. Refreshments will be served from 6:30-7PM and the meeting will be over by 8PM. See you all in the Fellowship Hall next Monday.

Troop team building retreat, August 10-11

Posted on Aug 9 2018 - 10:20am

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Let’s kick off the school year with an overnight at Trinity Forest Adventure Park/The Southern Cross event facility

Galveston and Summer Camp seem so long ago! Let’s reconnect as a Troop, learn who our patrol leaders are and kick off the school year with a lock in at Trinity Forest Adventure Park’s event facility, The Southern Cross. Our activities include a night climb experience in Trinity Forest Park (ziplines, ropes course, etc.), pizza, movies, capture the flag, team building games and more.

Agenda

  • 7:30 p.m., August 10
    • Arrive at Trinity Forest Adventure Park, have dinner prior to arrival
    • Please work together to carpool, we will not organize transportation for this in town event
    • Go straight to park for the night climb, bring headlamps
    • Complete waiver prior to arrival...go to http://trinitytreetops.com (Click on the orange SIGN OUR WAIVER link)
    • 10:30 p.m., Capture the Flag
    • 11:30 p.m., PIZZA  
    • 12 a.m., team building games
    • 1:30 a.m. - 7 a.m., concurrent activities
      • Movies
      • Foosball tourney
      • Air hockey tourney
      • Monopoly/dominos and other board games
  • 7 a.m., August 11

    • Pick up from The Southern Cross event facility, work together to carpool

Trinity Forest Adventure Park/The Southern Cross are located on the same property. The event facility is located to the left and back of the Trinity Forest Adventure Park building. The Scouts will be sleeping indoors at the event center. Please pick them up from this location on Saturday morning.

Complete the waiver prior to arrival. http://trinitytreetops.com/trinity-tree-tops/ Look for orange waiver link in lower right corner.

Please register (using the Troop website calendar) by Friday, August 10 at 12 noon!

TBC Work Day - Saturday 8/11 from 8am to Noon

Posted on Aug 4 2018 - 10:44am

Troop 1001's Charter Organization, Trinity Bible Church is asking for any Scouts that are available tp join them and build up some sweat equity at the quarterly all-church work day.  For scouts needing to earn service hours for various rank or merit badges, this is an excellent opportunity to earn those.  Scouts are invited to join at any time they can, between 8am and 12pm to accomplish some tasks and projects around the building. Summer may not be finished yet, but we need your help getting the building ready for the Fall season.  Trinity Bible Church always has a diverse list of projects from which to choose including electrical, painting, plumbing, organizing and more. Whether your skilled or unskilled they would love to see you. (Parents welcome too, especially to help along with their younger Scouts.)   

Flags IN for Independence Day - THIS SATURDAY!

Posted on Jul 5 2018 - 10:34pm
Troop 1001 Scouts & Parents,
 
"Flags In" fund raising event for Independence Day is this coming Saturday morning, July 7.  Please follow the Sign-Up Genius link below to sign up to participate.
 
Volunteers will gather at Trinity Bible Church at 8:30 am to get organized, receive route assignments.  Bottled water will be provided to help keep everyone hydrated during the event. The flag installation is usually completed within 2 1/2 to 3 hours and we will meet to wrap up the event with some ice cream.
 
The individual 2018-2019 patrols are responsible for filling the assigned volunteer spots and patrol leaders are asked to make sure their patrol's slots are filled.  Scouts sign up under their new patrol leader. If you do not know who your new patrol leader is please check the Troop 1001 roster on the website.  Please note, scouts should wear their Class B uniforms.
 
Scouts may be able to receive credit for community and/or school volunteer service hours for the time spent on this activity.

Adults can sign up to drive for their scout's patrol or under the Freebird (adult) patrol.  Parent drivers, the flag poles are long but if you have a pick-up truck, a van or a mid-size or larger hatchback/SUV, please volunteer to drive if you can.  Thanks!
 
If you cannot sign up on line, you can contact me at tim.fooshee@att.net.
Yours in Scouting,
Tim Fooshee
Troop 1001 Flag Program Coordinator

Personal Fitness Merit Badge

Posted on Jul 5 2018 - 10:34pm
The Personal Fitness Merit Badge class and workouts will begin on Monday June 4th at 6:30 pm at the Pearce HS Track located at the corner of Senior Way and Mimosa (1632 Mimossa Dr. Richardson TX) for scouts wanting to begin this merit badge (MB) over the summer. This posting includes critical information that all participants should read thoroughly.  There is also a need for adult help/participation, so please read if you are able to provide support.

Important Final Summer Camp Information

Posted on Jun 28 2018 - 6:17pm
Hello Scouts and families.
 
If you have questions or need to reach an adult or scout who is away at camp this week, your local contact representatives are as follows:
 
Jeanne Kilgard
972-948-1972
 
Michelle Jackson
(214) 632-8853

Kelly Vinton
214-507-0368
 
We are excited about Summer Camp! Please read below for important notes, reminders and required actions for you.
 
Money needs
·       Merit Badges
1.     Merit Badge selections and schedule are posted in here.
2.     Review the specifics of your merit badges and gear needs. Details here 
3.     Complete any preparation and/or requirements before we leave for summer camp.
4.     Print Merit Badges worksheets from this site and place in Ziploc bag and bring with it you.
5.     If your Merit Badge requires a supplies/materials kit, the kit will be sold at the camp Trading Post. 
    • Please bring the exact change in an envelope with the Scout’s full name and Merit Badges written on it to form up.
    • The Scout will receive the envelope when we reach camp.
    • We ask you to have the exact amount in your envelope, since we won’t be able to make change.
6.     Scouts doing Mission Adventure, overnighters with EagleBound program, Astronomy, Camping and Wilderness Survival Merit Badges please make sure you have adequate sleeping gear and clothing.
 
·       Travel meals and entertainment
1.     Please bring $25 (cash or check made payable to Troop 1001) to form up.
·       Spending money for snacks and souvenirs to/from camp and at camp.
1.     This is not mandatory, but okay to bring. We suggest $30 to $40.
 
Packing/overnight
·       We are spending the night in Amarillo on both legs of the trip.
1.     You must pack sleeping bag separately and put toiletries in day pack.
 
Logistics
·       Saturday June 23rd
1.     Form up will start at 11:30 am at Trinity Bible Church.
2.     The troop will leave at 12:30 pm.
3.     Please pack a sack lunch for the trip.
4.     Overnight in Amarillo, includes dinner.
·       Sunday June 24th
1.     Depart Amarillo, arrive at camp mid-afternoon, includes lunch.
·       Saturday, June 30
1.     Depart camp at 9 a.m.
2.     Travel to Amarillo, includes lunch, dinner and entertainment.
·        Sunday, July 1
1.     Depart Amarillo at 9 a.m.
2.     Arrive at Trinity Bible Church at approximately 3 p.m.
·       Please make sure all your contact numbers listed in the roster in the troop’s website are current.
 
Weather & Clothing
1.     Please remember to pack adequately for the Colorado weather.  
2.     Rain is very likely, please have your rain gear in your daypack.
3.     The troop’s recommended packing list is available on this link.
4.     Do not forget to label everything with your scout’s full name and Troop 1001.
5.     If you need an activity uniform (the green shirt), please contact Mrs. Bascom. If you place your order quickly, she will do what she can to have these available at form up.
 
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