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Welcome to the Bee Cave District Website!

Welcome to the Bee Cave District website! If you are an adult member or leader in any Scouting Unit, please click here to sign up for an account for full access to our site. "But," you ask, "why does it say 'Troop 234' in some places?" It's by design; you may click HERE if you want to know the answer!

District Adult Leader Recognition Awards Nominations Due by December 3

Posted by cgibson on Nov 27 2017 - 2:54pm

The Bee Cave District Committee has extended the deadline for adult leader awards nomininations to align with the weekend, and all nomination forms are due by Sunday, December 3. If you have any questions, please visit the Awards page on this site, or contact Mr. Kim Eckert, acting District Awards Chair, at

World Scout Jamboree 2019

Posted by cgibson on Nov 4 2017 - 11:50am

For the first time since 1967, the United States is hosting the World Scout Jamboree (WSJ)! This exciting world event will be held at our very own Summit Bechtel Reserve in West Virginia, when the 24th World Scout Jamboree runs from July 21 to August 2, 2019. Scouts must be between the ages of 14 and 18 to attend this once in a lifetime event (born between July 22, 2001 and July 21, 2005). You may apply in early Fall 2017. Check out the WSJ website for all the details, or follow their Facebook page to stay informed!

Boy Scout Program Changes: Allowing Girls in Scouting

Posted by cgibson on Oct 12 2017 - 8:43pm

Please see the files attached below; this is the current information related to the recent decision to allow girls into Scouting programs:

Bee Cave District September Newsletter Available

Posted by cgibson on Oct 2 2017 - 5:27pm

If you missed the September 2017 Bee Cave District Newsletter, please click here to view it at your convenience! Or, click here to view our Newsletter Archive page!

Warren Wildlife Gallery

Posted by cgibson on Oct 2 2017 - 5:27pm

The Warren Wildlife Gallery’s mission is to provide an unmatched wildlife experience and to promote the integral role hunting plays in conservation. Warren Wildlife Gallery surpasses other exhibitions, allowing viewers to experience a rare approach to wildlife. From all around the world, this collection acknowledges more than 500 mammals and over 400 exotic birds. The museum contains a two-story pathway that winds through the plains of Africa, the forests of North America, the mountains of Asia, and many other exceptional destinations. Along your journey, you will see over 900 mounted species of wildlife placed in replicas of their natural environment.

This truly remarkable collection includes such focal points as two passenger pigeons from 1875 as well as pieces from Teddy Roosevelt’s 1909 safari expedition, commissioned by the Smithsonian Museum. This collection reveals a glimpse into his pioneer efforts towards conservation. Teddy Roosevelt started the Boone and Crockett Club to honor the commitment that balances human needs with wildlife needs; a commitment that sees deep value in preserving the hunting tradition, as well as in conserving wild lands and wildlife; a commitment that grows out of a powerful love of wildlife. The Warren Wildlife Gallery highlights leaders like such as Roosevelt for their instrumental impact through history and the present.

We invite you to call or email learn more about our world class museum and contribute to wildlife conservation first hand. Please visit us on the web ( or contact Morgan Sharpe, Director of Marketing and Education at (512) 368-5772 or

Bee Cave District Welcome Roger Beasley Mazda as a Friends of Scouting Supporter

Posted by cgibson on Oct 2 2017 - 5:27pm

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