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"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!

Special Needs Scouting

Posted by admin on Mar 1 2022 - 12:49pm

The Bee Cave District welcomes Mathew Nazareth as our commissioner for Special Needs Scouting. Mathew has brought home to our district a wealth of knowledge and resources from the Capitol Area Council's Special Needs and Disabilities Roundtable. The overview presentation is attached below (or click here to open it). Advancement guidelines, activities from local opportunities to high adventure, unit-level assistance, and a toolbox of resources and guidance - it's all there. Please reach out to Mathew (mnazaret64@gmail.com) if he can help serve you or your unit.

The 2022 Bee Cave District Camporee is on!

Posted by bwhipple on Nov 29 2021 - 4:30pm


2022 Bee Cave District Camporee - Announcement


Hello Bee Cave District Members!

We're reaching out to inform you that the 2022 Bee Cave District Camporee and is on! As in previous years, you're welcome to navigate over to the Bee Cave District Camporee page for more information. Key 3 members and Camporee staff, please check and continue to check your email regularly for more communication.

We need Camporee staff! 

If you're interested in helping staff Camporee, please take a look at the Camporee page (also found in the menu bar to the left) frequently for more information as well as your email. Please also join our chapter Slack which is required to be on staff for Camporee (and open for all other Bee Cave District members!). You will have the opportunity to do a number of things such as helping lead activities, make sure parking is going according to plan when arriving and leaving the campground, work on some behind the scenes planning, and a number of other things. We need YOU to help us make Camporee a success!

Have Questions?

If you have any questions about Camporee, please feel free to contact the Bee Cave Chapter here.


Yours in Scouting,

Bee Cave Chapter & Camporee Staff

Camo & Campfires Early Veteran's Day Event - Wed Nov 10

Posted by cgibson on Nov 7 2021 - 10:38am

Join with local community leaders and other Scouts for the first Camo & Campfires event, to be held at VFW Post 4443 located at 7614 Thomas Springs Rd in Austin. The program begins at 5:00 PM and will conclude by 8:00 PM. Together, attendees will have the chance to submit questions for the veterans in attendance, and engage in honest conversation and storytelling with these local heroes who have served our nation. The event - including delicious food provided by Salt Lick as well as veteran-owned PureJerky - is free but for planning purposes, RSVP is required via text message to 512-288-4443. Scouts are invited to bring questions, printed on index cards to submit to the event organizers (please bring two copies). All Scouts should come in full field ("Class 'A'") uniforms. Please click here to read the full press release.

Special Virtual COVID Safety Officer (CSO) Training

Posted by cgibson on May 15 2021 - 1:09pm
The Capitol Area Council's Training Committee cordially invites our District Scouters to this Wednesday's special Training Committee Meeting. The first 30 minutes of the meeting will be dedicated to COVID Safety Officer (CSO) Training.
This training is open to anyone in the Council, and at the end of the training a link will be provided to allow you to add credit for this course this to your official training record.
Having trained CSO's at unit, district and council-level events is a vital component of our COVID camp re-opening process. Did you know that:
  • Unit activities on Council properties with more than 75 overall attendees requires one trained CSO for every 25 attendees
  • District and Council activities need a COVID Safety Plan, supplemental applications, and at least one trained CSO to take place
Please visit our district web site for more information. And please save the date to attend this Zoom meeting:
What: COVID Safety Office Training (as part of Training Committee meeting)
When: Wednesday, May 19 at 6:30 PM
Where: Zoom (click here, or copy the link below)
Meeting ID: 598 665 9452
Password: 77URv9brJ_
Phone: US +1 (346) 248-7799,,5986659452#

Webelos Woods 2020 Has Gone Virtual

Posted by cgibson on Nov 5 2020 - 9:03pm

Our traditional Webelos Woods day was virtualized due to COVID-19. Please visit our all new Webelos Woods special website to find out how YOU can "Be A Scout" and get into Scouts BSA!


Youth Protection Training

Posted by cgibson on Nov 5 2020 - 8:59pm

Two years ago, all existing adult leaders needed to complete the "new" Youth Protection Training, so many of us will need to renew our YPT this year in order to recharter! Please don't wait until the last minute, as the online systems might get crushed.

  • Youth Protection training is required for all BSA registered volunteers and is a joining requirement.
  • Youth Protection training must be taken every two years. If a volunteer’s Youth Protection training record is not current at the time of recharter, the volunteer will not be re-registered.
  • Download the How-To Guide for taking Youth Protection Training

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