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The Phoenix District welcomes you!

The Phoenix District of the Sam Houston Area Council - Boy Scouts of America serves the Klein ISD area, west of Kuykendahl Road.

Most Phoenix District events and activities can be found via the menu pages on the left side of your screen - most of these are open to the public.  The center section shows what's happening in the near future, but you'll need a username to access any additional info there.  The right side shows our calendar for the next few weeks; you'll have to log in to access the full calendar.  All registered adults in the Phoenix District should have usernames.  If you haven't received yours, please click "Request Access" on the left.


Yours in Scouting,



March Roundtable - Thursday, March 5th

Posted on Mar 1 2015 - 12:46am

Hey Scouters!

Please join us for Roundtable at 7:00 pm on Thursday, March 5 at the LDS Church at 16535 Kleinwood Drive (77379).  

See you on Thursday, March 5 !

Kevin Renfro - District Commissioner


Posted on Mar 1 2015 - 12:46am

 2015 Camporee - Bovay - March 20 - 22, 2015

Duke Energy Camporee site at Bovay Scout Ranch

For Details contact Mark Nobbe at mnobbe@comcast.net

(832) 559-7788

Planning meetings are every Wednesday, 7 p.m. - Location: Troop 440 (Camporee Host) 

Scout building - Kinsmen Lutheran Church, 12100 Champion Forest Dr.


Posted on Mar 1 2015 - 12:46am

Phoenix District Merit Badge University Adult Leaders

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED - MBU event - April 11, 2015 - Lonestar University Park, 20515 SH 249 and Louetta


Register -   (Click Here)

Pre-requisites - see attached form with current requirements to be completed prior to MBU.  Updates will be posted as received.

2015 Merit Badge Counselors Only

Contact for more information:  Jamie Durham  at  PhoenixDistrictMBU

Registration information contact: Betsy Vogel - (832) 721-8206 or Karen Mast (281) 468-9975

Phoenix Day Camp

Posted on Mar 1 2015 - 12:45am


June 22 - 26, 2015 at Burroughs Park

More information will be available soon.

Day Camp is a council camp hosted by districts for Scouts entering 1st – 5th grade. Scouts earn rank advancements, learn new skills, play sports and games, make crafts, shoot BB guns and archery, but most of all have fun. Scouts can attend any district’s camp that best suits their schedule. Participants receive a t-shirt and patch.

At camp, Cub Scouts will salute those heroes who help keep us safe and secure each and every day. Can only adults be heroes? Heroes are often ordinary kids who did something out of the ordinary! Sometimes a hero is obvious, the policeman who risks his life to protect us from violence or the fireman who pulls people out of burning buildings. Some people around us seem like regular people, but they are heroes because they used to be soldiers in the military and served our country to keep us free. Heroes are all around us. You never know when or where emergencies will arise. Scouting teaches us how to handle these situations. We don’t expect to get hurt, and don’t expect to need first aid, but we are prepared just in case. Do Your Best! One person can make a difference. One person who helps can change someone’s world. Maybe one day the hero will be you or your Cub Scout.

Safety Alert: BSA to prohibit use of 15-passenger vans made before 2005

Posted on Feb 25 2015 - 8:57pm

BSA to prohibit use of 15-passenger vans made before 2005

That’s why all Scouters should take heed of this breaking BSA news: Effective Sept. 1, 2015, the use of 15-passenger vans manufactured before 2005 will no longer be allowed in connection with Scouting programs and activities.

15-passenger vans manufactured in 2005 or later may be used, as long as they are equipped with Electronic Stability Control and seat belts for all passengers and the driver.

Cub Scouts - Mathematics Belt Loop Classes

Posted on Feb 2 2015 - 6:50pm

Sylvan Learning Center in Northwest Houston has a new program called Math Edge that is a fun, engaging way for elementary-aged kids to get an edge in math. We’ve put together a free one-hour class that combines our Math Edge curriculum with other math activities to fulfill the Cub Scout Mathematics Belt Loop requirements!

A Sylvan teacher could come to one of your pack meetings to lead the group through their Math Belt Loop requirements.

BSA Troop # 0

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