A Scout is:
On my honor I will do my best
To do my duty to God and my country
And to obey the Scout Law;
To help other people at times;
And to keep myself physically strong,
mentally awake, and morally straight.
Character: Doing the right thing even when no one else is around!
Click here to see our Eagle Scout history
Words of wisdom --
Help our Scouts want to seek out knowledge on their own.
-- paraphrased from Lord Baden-Powell
Keep your axe sharp -- Go to leader training!
There is a dividing line which separates the two great groups in this world -- those who help and those who hinder, those who lift and those who lean, those who contribute and those who only consume.
To give encouragement, to impact sympathy, to show interest, to banish fear, to build self-confidence and awaken hope in the hearts of others; in short, to love them and to show it is to render the most precious service.
Adult Leader Training
Every boy deserves a trained leader!
New Leader Training information
BSA's training continuum
Boy Scout Leader Assessment Tool
Tella Qualla Boundary (TQB) Home Page
Former TQB Chapter Chief and the first youth member of Troop 764 to
ever be awarded the OA's Vigil Honor -- the highest level of
recognition in the Order of the Arrow.
Our second youth to be awarded the Vigil Honor!
Bob Smallwood, Paul Porwoll & Earl Owens
Our three adult leaders awarded the Vigil Honor.
Please check out the details of our crews' 1998, 2000, 2002, 2004, & 2006 trips to Philmont Scout Ranch in New Mexico.
- Trek journals
- Philmont pictures
- Gear list
- Staffed camp programs
- Trail menus
- ... and much more!
Check out our Philmont pages.
Find everything you
need to know for your trek!
Our Philmont pages are now featured on Selden Ball's Philmont web site! Mr. Ball has the most comprehensive collection of Philmont links to be found anywhere.
Need to sharpen your outdoor skills? Check out these sites.
Take your skillsets to the next level!
Guidelines and questions for doing a Board of Review (all ranks).
Additional Board of Review questions.
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