Scouting at Calvary is all about the fun things boys like to do. Yet, it is also about using those fun activities to teach the boys life skills, leadership, ethics, and more. Yes, Scouting is a big game, a fun game, but a game with a purpose.
Lord Robert Baden-Powell, the founder of the Boy Scouts, believed that if, "…a boy can do it, an adult should not." From this premise, the leadership of the Cub Pack and Troop at Calvary work to bring the young men in their organizations to independence and true self-confidence as they progress through the advancement program.
Pack 1000 is one of the strongest Cub Scout Packs in the Brazos District. Boys and their parents participate in a wide range of fun activities as they progress through the Cub Scout advancement program. Calvary's Pack 1000 Scouts range from first grade Tiger Cubs to 2nd Year Webelos ready to join the ranks of the Boy Scout Troop.
Troop 1000 is the fastest growing Boy Scout Troop in the Brazos District with exciting programs designed by the boys for the boys. This "boy-lead" concept, the goal of every Troop, enables young men to lead, make decisions, budget and plan for the events. It is through these experiences they gain a greater understanding of themselves.
For information on Calvary Scouting E-mail John Robinson – Scoutmaster for Troop 1000 call him at (713)294-2758 or visit the troop website, which was created and now maintained by the boys.