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Texas Skies District News & Announcements
Meet the Commissioners Night
DATE: May 15, 2014 @ 7:00PM
LOCATION: Central Baptist Church, 1749 S. FM 148, Crandall, TX 75114
2014 TEXAS SKIES SPRING CAMPOREEPlease congratulate Dave Calhoun and Jetawn Spivey for receiving the District Award of Merit for their outstanding service to Texas Skies District and for all the service they continue to provide to our youth. This is awarded to registered Scouters who render service of an outstanding nature at the district level. Thank you Dave and Jetawn!
Camp Card Unit Sales Sign-Up
Camp card sales are just around the corner! The Camp Card program is a fundraising effort specifically designed to help the youth fund their own way to Summer Camp, reducing out-of-pocket costs for parents and families while teaching youth the value and benefits of earning their own way.
2014 Camp Card Kickoff Location –February 18 at 7 pm Duck Creek, East Trinity Trails, Texas Skies, Tonkawa Ken Camp First United Methodist Church of Rowlett 4405 Main Street Rowlett, TX 75088
New District Commissioner For Texas Skies!
Texas Skies has a new District Commissioner: John Vrla Read More….
Venture Crew 165 Recruiting Drive!
Resources For Scout Recruitment
Check out some of the resources available to units for scout recruitment. Contact our District Executive Marjorie Malig for more information on how to acquire recruitment resources. Click Here For A List Of Resources
Troop 375 Of Crandall, TX Recognizes 4 Eagle Scouts
On August 13th, 2013 Troop 375 of Crandall Tx recognized 4 young men for achieving the rank of Eagle Scout. The evening was spent acknowledging their scouting journey from Cub Scout Tiger through their rank of Eagle. The young men honored were Reed Foster, Jared Dunlap, Ryan Baldwin and Nicholas Dittmeyer. I would also like to acknowledge two very new Eagle Scouts of Troop 375 not represented in this photograph. Sean McKnight and Cain Foster recently earned their Eagle ranks as well. The Court of Honor was attended by family, friends, Crandall Mayor Cody Frazier and Assistant District Commissioner Jose Rodriquez. Congratulations to these young men and all who supported and encouraged them through their scouting journey. Texas Skies District is proud of you all.
A New District Executive for Texas Skies District
Meet Marjorie Malig, the new Texas Skies District Executive. Marjorie grew up as an “Army Brat” spending some of her youth in Schweinfurt, Germany; San Diego, California; Lawton, Oklahoma; and Manhattan, Kansas, but she was mainly raised in Mesquite, Texas. Marjorie graduated from Mesquite High School and went on to graduate from the University of North Texas with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in English literature./p> Some of Marjorie’s hobbies include traveling, reading/writing/illustrating, anything regarding music (she plays the guitar and flute), Gaelic football, and when she is able…surfing. Marjorie’s passion is encouraging, developing, and strengthening the characteristics of nobility and leadership in others, as well as herself. She is very proud to be employed by the Boy Scouts of America so that she may contribute, in whatever ways she can, to help increase the amount of great leaders in our society. Marjorie looks forward to meeting and working with the Texas Skies District Scouting community! Marjorie can be contacted at Marjorie.Malig@scouting.org or 210-744-0608.