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TROOP 685 - RIGHT FOR YOU? As you start, realize selecting the right Boy Scout Troop for you may be the most important decision of your scouting career. Rest assured that there are many very good troops in our area, and you should visit several troops to find the one that is right for you.

Unlike Cub Scouts, where Packs are organized around a common gathering point like a school or a church, Boy Scout Troops are organized around common values, philosophies, and interests.  Boy Scout Troops do not necessarily draw youth from a specific church or school, but gather a set of youth with similar interests. Each Boy Scout Troop has its own unique character, traditions, and activity focus. Many troops focus on different activities like cave exploring, canoeing, backpacking, high adventure, etc. Picking a troop that focuses on activities that interest you is key to staying in scouting and on the trail to eagle.
All to often, a boy selects a troop because it's the one his friend selected, or it's just down the street ... only to find that the troop doesn't match his interests — the result being a lost scout. While it's always good to have a friend or two to join you as you begin your new journey, you will quickly find yourself quickly developing new friends as you work in the patrol method and cook, eat, and sleep with your patrol every month.
Come and check us out. You might want to call this Troop, "Home".

St. John's Pfall Pfest

Posted on Oct 6 2016 - 5:50pm

Meet at the Hall at 4:30 to help distribute food, assist church-goers with meal, cleanup, etc.  Dinner is provided.

St. John's Church Flower Bed Cleanup - Saturday 9:00am

Posted on Oct 3 2016 - 7:03pm

St. John's Church Flower Bed Cleanup

Saturday, 9:00-11:00am

Popcorn Fundraising - Pay your way thru Scouting!

Posted on Sep 20 2016 - 9:26pm

POPCORN SALES are going great for those who have participated so far! 
SCOUTS: Earn one of the AWESOME prizes, and exercise a key part of the Scout Law: A SCOUT IS THRIFTY!
PARENTS: Stop paying for your Scouts to have fun and encourage them to earn money the same way you do: BY WORKING FOR IT!
Some things to remember:
* Scouts can earn up to 25% of their sales in commission, which will be added to their Scout accounts.
* Work toward prizes including an Xbox One console/games/accessories, laptop or tablet, season passes to Six Flags and tickets to Schlitterbahn, and more!
* Scouts can sign up for a Show and Sell spot at SignUpGenius http://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c0545abae28a7fb6-troopShow and Sell ends on October 2.
* Take Order - download form at  http://bsacac.org/my_files/take_order_form_letter_size.pdf. Note:  Council is selling Trail Mix for $20, not $25. Take Order ends on October 23.
* Online Sales - sign up for a Trails End page of your own at https://www.trails-end.com/Register/Seller. Online purchases counting towards prizes ends October 28.
* Any questions? Contact Lisa at star-gazers@hotmail.com.

Northtown National Night Out Kick Off Event - Sept 17th

Posted on Aug 29 2016 - 5:42pm

Troop 685 will perform the colors at 11:00am and sell hot dogs and snacks until 2:30pm. Sign up now!
Travis County Sheriff’s Office: Motorcycle Units, K-9 demonstration, SWAT Units, Lake Patrol Boat, H.E.A.T., VIN etching on vehicle windows, Child ID packets, home safety information, coloring books
Austin-Travis County: EMS Unit Pflugerville Fire Department: Fire Truck
Food will be available for purchase from:
Boy Scout Troop 685: Hot dogs, sausage wraps & a variety of chips
Concordia High School: Bottled water, soft drinks & sweets
ICE CREAM 2U: Ice cream & shaved ice

Patrol Leader's Council Meeting - Monday, Aug 29th, 6PM

Posted on Aug 27 2016 - 10:51pm

Patrol Leader's Council Meeting
- Monday, Aug 29th, 6PM
Patrol Leaders, Asst Patrol Leaders and all Troop Officers must attend

50 Miler Scouts Survive Awesome Canoe Trip!!!

Posted on Jul 30 2016 - 1:28pm

(See more pictures in Photo Albums)
First night, we stayed at the dormitories at Ozark Christian College. That was great - they scouts did Sumo Wrestling all night. Next day, we dropped the canoes and scouts at the starting point and took one car to Akers and found they now charge $150/car to transport the vehicles and canoe trailer to Two Rivers instead of the $30-$50 we expected. We talked them down $25 to $275, but Ouch! We then drove to Cave Spring camp and dropped our ice chest with dry ice and our food for the 2nd half of the trip. By the time we got back to our starting point, it was 5pm, so we got a very late start. We did not make it to our first chosen campsite, but found a fine gravel bar and camped there. Next day, we made up the difference.

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