Welcome to Troop 928

Monthly Outings: Troop 928 has a year-round outings program planned by the Scouts. In addition to our monthly overnight adventures, the Scouts may plan hikes or other activities throughout the school year. Our outings are primarily designed to provide fun, new skills, plus opportunities for advancement and merit badge achievement. To see a list of our planned outings and summer trips, check out the Upcoming Events section on the right, or visit our troop calendar.

Weekly Meetings: Troop 928 holds weekly meetings at White's Chapel United Methodist Church in Southlake, TX. Meetings are Mondays from 7:00pm-8:30pm, throughout the school year. Please refer to the Upcoming Events to the right for meeting dates. 

There are no secrets to success. It is the result of preparation, hard work, and learning from failure.” - Colin Powell  

To contact the Troop, please use the Contact Us link to the left. To unsubscribe from Troop emails, click unsubscribe. To locate a Scouting unit near you, click BSA Locator To learn about the new all-girls BSA Troop at White’s Chapel UMC, click Troop1928.org.

Eagle Project, Saturday October 3rd

Posted on Sep 20 2020 - 6:05pm

I will be doing an Eagle Project, Saturday October 3rd, at Bob Jones Nature Center. We will be building discovery boxes for about 4-5 hours. Food and drinks will be provided. If you are interested, please either email me at

Regroup Campout

Posted on Sep 18 2020 - 8:54pm

Where:          Meadowmere Park,  3000 Meadowmere Park, Grapevine TX 76091

Start:             Friday September 25th, 2020 at 6:30 P.M. 

Please drop off at Meadowmere, and do not leave until after your scout checks-in, allowing us to do the COVID-Screening and account for all scouts at arrival.  An accurate count is essential to Troop Safety.               

Pick-up:         Sunday September 27th, 2020 10:30 A.M.

Please pick your scout out at 10:30.  Do not arrive to pick them up early as they will miss important activities.  There will be a check out table set up.  Please only pick your scout up after they have been properly checked-out.  Again, it is essential that we account for every scout at arrival and departure. 

Cost: $10

For September we will be doing several fun activities.  We will be doing a new scout orientation and fun skills for new scouts, a train the trainer session for older scouts where we will be refreshing our skills on First Aid, Cooking, Knots, Ax and Knife safety.  We will also do a Backpacking refresher for the whole troop, followed by a five mile hike to meet rank requirements and prepare for a future Backpacking campout.  In the evening, we will have fun activities (socially distanced tug of war), a campfire (if there is no burn ban) with the all of the typical scout campfire fun. 

Key differences about this campout: 


Posted on Sep 18 2020 - 6:27pm

Do you need a new Class B shirt for the new school year or for the next campout?  I will be bringing the troop gear to the beginning of the next meeting on Monday, September 21.  Please stop by and get any Class B shirts you might need.  

If there are any new scouts that still need to get their Class B shirt and Troop number patch that are included in their new member dues, please pick them up from me at the beginning of the meeting. 

Troop Gear includes Class B T-shirts, Green Fleece Jackets, Troop number patches and Hats.  A full list of available gear and prices can be found on the website menu under Troop Gear.

Contact Suzanne Courson at troopgear@troop928.org with questions.

These 8 museums offer virtual visits (and fulfill a merit badge requirement!)

Posted on Jul 25 2020 - 6:07pm

An eight-hour flight to Paris? Even in pre-pandemic times, that seems like a lot of work for a single merit badge requirement.

But with the Louvre Museum just a click away, the Art merit badge is within reach during COVID-19.

Museums with virtual tours, coupled with new temporary guidelines from the BSA that make virtual museum visits an acceptable option, mean your Scouts don’t have to put merit badge work on hold.

That’s right in line with the spirit of Scouting, where Scouts learn to find a way around any problem. (I’ve been so inspired to see all the examples of Scouting continuing at home.)

The best options for Scouts are museums that let virtual visitors explore at their own pace — instead of watching a video, for example. Self-guided virtual tours more closely replicate the in-person museum experience and allow visitors to dive more deeply when they find something that interests them.

So which are worth checking out? Below, we’ve scouted out eight excellent museums offering virtual visits — no ticket (or plane fare) required.

Click here for the entire article.

How to access your personal progress

Posted on Oct 19 2019 - 11:48am

Did you know that your Scouting accomplishments are detailed in a personal progress report? Your report provides a list of completed merit badges, your current rank, plus a list of the requirements you've completed toward your next rank. Check out your progress now: 

  • Click on Troop Roster in the Menu down the lefthand side of the page.
  • Then click on Scouts.
  • Find your name and click on it.
  • Click on the rank next to your name. (Your rank will be in parenthesis.)

Merit Badge counselor information

Posted on Jun 7 2019 - 11:09pm

We made a large number of Merit Badge counselor updates. I encourage all Scouts to click on the Merit Badge Resources link to review the current Merit Badge Counselor list in order to determine the current counselor for your area of interest.

Parents we are always looking for volunteers. We would love to add you to the list of Merit Badge Counselors if your vocation or hobby matches a Merit Badge. Our biggest needs are Camping, Hiking, Environmental Science, Orienteering, and then any Merit Badge for which we have either one or no counselors.

Please contact me if you have any questions regarding the Merit Badge counselor updates. (click on "read more" to see name and email FF )

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