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  • Ones For Texas: Boy Scouts Build Bird Feeders For Local Nursing Home

    CBS 11 News, May 5, 2020

    In today’s Ones For Texas, boy scouts in Fort Worth decided to build bird feeders for a local nursing home so residents could have some entertainment outside their windows.

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  • Local Boy Scout Troop 265 celebrates five Eagles

    Cross Timber Gazette, May 1, 2020

    Troop 265 Eagle Scouts recognized were Highland Village residents Barrett Bennett (18), Kenneth Hergenrader (17), Caelix Kidwell (18), Ethan Rice (17) and Lancelot Varga (18). Each of these young men began their scouting careers as Tiger Cubs. Their Eagle Projects supported community organizations Lewisville Chin Community Ministry, Briarwood Leadership Center, and Double Oak Town Hall!

    Troop 1225 Eagle Scout Ethan A Johnson, 15. For his Eagle service project, Ethan created an outdoor learning area for Old Settlers Elementary School.

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  • North Texas Boys Scouts Take Camping To The Backyard

    CBS 11 News, April 27, 2020

    See how Troop 421 in Arlington participated in a world-wide virtual campout online.

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  • The Ones For Texas: Grapevine Boy Scout Helping Frontline Medical Personnel

    CBS 11 News, April 21, 2020

    Jordyn Fender is making masks and straps for nurses with his 3D printer.

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  • 2019 Food for Families sets new record thanks to generous Central Texans

    KWTX, November 22, 2019

    Food For Families is an annual project for the Longhorn Council, Boy Scouts of America, H.E.B. Grocery Company, and KWTX News 10.

    Together with food pantries all across Central Texas, this one-day food drive collects non-perishable food and stocks the shelves of area food banks and pantries beyond the holiday season.

    The yearly effort is generously supported by dozens of large and small Central Texas businesses, fraternal organizations, schools throughout the region and individuals who dedicate their time and resources to making the drive a success.

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