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Welcome to Troop 976's Website!

We're glad you've stopped by and we are interested in having you come join us! We hope this information gives you a brief overview of our troop. Please use the "Contact Us" link on the left if you have any more questions.

Chartered Organization
Central Baptist Church Men's Ministry
Meeting Place
Central Baptist Church - Family Life Center - The Gathering Room
Meeting Day & Time
Monday 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Check the Upcoming Events on the right for upcoming meetings and events
Troop Philosophy
Provide the platform to learn leadership and citizenship through a boy led Troop, guided by the Scout Oath and Law. The troop welcomes all believers and is non-sectarian.
Troop Camping Program
Generally, Troop 976 are traditional campers (backpacking, canoeing, and primitive tent camping) that are dictated by the themes the Scouts decide in the annual planning meeting. We camp on a monthly basis usually within one hour of Bryan-College Station.
Equipment Resources
We provide for the Scouts tents, dining flys, patrol chuck boxes, lanterns, stoves, cookware, ropes, tarps, and other tools. Troop 976 maintains a double axle trailer, first aid kit and supplies and provides an adult dining fly, adult chuck box and cookware. We also have a pinewood derby track.
Weekly Meeting Emphasis
The Troop meets weekly and the monthly theme is decided by the Scouts at the annual planning meeting.
Summer Camp History
The Scouts determine which Summer Camp they will participate in. A recent history includes: Camp Pioneer in Arkansas; Camp El Rancho Cima in the Texas Hill Country in addition the high adventure crew went to Philmont Scout Ranch in New Mexico; Worth Ranch in Palo Pinto in addition the high adventure group attended Sid Richardson Camp on Lake Bridgeport; Camp Hale in Oklahoma; Camp Alexander in Colorado; and the Troop will be at Lost Pines Scout Camp in Bastrop, TX. summer 2013 and a high adventure crew will be attending Philmont Scout Ranch.
Fundraising Activities
We participate in the Trails End Popcorn. A portion of Scout sales are credited to each Scouts individual account which can be applied to dues and camping fees.
Service Projects
Bryan Noon Lions Club Flag Distribution, Friends of the Library Book Sale, Crestview Christmas Caroling, Scouting for Food, Central Baptist Headstart Program and others as need arises and times allow.
Trained Leaders
We place an emphasis on both indoor and outdoor leader training. This is ongoing from day one in our troop. Many of our adults and older scouts wear the "Trained" patch on their left sleeve to signify their status. Some have other certifications as well.
Eagle Scout History
Since 1964 more than 50 of our Scouts have attained the rank of Eagle.

Webelos Woods

Posted by dabridges3 on Nov 21 2014 - 1:21am

NO CAMPOUT THIS WEEKEND
Webelos Woods has been postponed until December 5-7th.

Popcorn Orders

Posted by dabridges3 on Nov 13 2014 - 10:43am

Popcorn orders with the money are due Monday November 17th.
If you have any questions email me

Thank you

Mr. Bridges

Winter Camp Historic Camp Strake

Posted by dabridges3 on Sep 10 2014 - 9:23am

CANCELED

Here is the last chance to attend camp at the Historic Camp Strake
This will be held on December 26-31st
The cost is $270.00 per Scout and $125.00 per Adult

Troop photos are on the Walgreen's site and also on smugmug (see below)

Posted by jbuchanan1 on Jul 31 2014 - 7:34pm

If you haven’t heard, we are trying out a new website to host our photos instead of Walgreens. Login by clicking below and give it a try. If you have photos, please up load them. We need all the photos we can get for our upcoming 50th Anniversary Court of Honor.

Uniform and Equipment Closet - Donations Requested

Posted by mmcauliffe on Jun 12 2013 - 10:14am

The troop has started a uniform and equipment closet and we need your help.
Will you please consider donating clean out-grown shirts, pants, boots, backpacks, tents, etc.?

Boy Scout Handbook Online

Posted on Nov 15 2011 - 11:24am

Did you know ...

You can view and print any portion of your Boy Scout Handbook?

Try the link. In the lower right corner of the site is a link to "Catch a preivew of the BSA Handbook." Click there to go full screen. Navigate to the page of your choice. Move your mouse to the top center of the page layout to make a menu visible. From this menu you can save/print.

Make copies of your requirements pages, service logs, camping logs, etc.

Parents keep this in mind for your scrapbooks and records.

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