Welcome to the website of BSA Troop 1324!

To learn more about the Troop, please see the About Us link.  If you have any questions, please see the Contact Us link.

Reminder: Third Installment Payment Due March 23 - Lost Maples Scout Reservation near Bastrop, Texas - July 5-11, 2015

Posted on Mar 25 2015 - 9:57pm

Lost Pines Scout Reservation consists of nearly 400 acres on the northern shores of Lake Bastrop.  It is home to the tallest climbing tower in Texas, DOK's Tower.  It features excellent catfish and largemouth bass fishing, and this year includes some new bath facilities, a new zipline area, and a new handicraft area.  The total cost will be $325 for Scouts and $150 for adults.  Please click here to register your attendance or regrets.  We have established an installment plan for the payments.  Scout installment payments are due February 2 ($25), February 23 ($100), March 23 ($100) and April 20 ($100).  Adult installment payments are due February 23, March 23, and April 20 (All $50).  You may pay by check during the regular troop meetings or you may click the links below to pay through Paypal.

Merit Badge Selections  - please complete the attached Merit Badge selection sheet and return to Mrs. Mast by March 30, 2015.

The selection worksheet, class schedule and information on the merit badges are all attached. If you do not have access to the website yet please email Mrs. Mast at karen.ts.mast@gmail.com for the forms.

 1st Installment Payment - February 2

2nd Installment Payment - February 23

3rd Installment Payment - March 23

4th & Final Installment Payment - April 20


Reminder: Register for the Goliad Camp-Out and Battle of Coleto Creek Reenactment

Posted on Mar 16 2015 - 12:30pm

Register now for the Goliad Camp-Out and Battle of Coleto Creek Reenactment.  Goliad State Park, located on the San Antonio River, contains a refurnished restoration of the Spanish Colonial Era Mission of Nuestra Señora del Espíritu Santo de Zuñiga, reconstructed by the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) in the 1930s. Just down the road from the main park headquarters office, visitors can also tour the ruins of the 1750s Mission Rosario State Historic Site (by appointment) and visit the museum at Zaragoza Birthplace State Historic Site, which is open on Saturdays.  During this Camp-Out we will attend the annual Battle of Coleto Creek Reenactment, which commemorates a key battle during the the Texas Revolution and the tragic massacre of prisoners.  Colonel James Fannin had commanded the La Bahia presidio until shortly before his surrender to General José Urrea at the Battle of Coleto.  A week later, on Palm Sunday, March 27, 1836, Mexican soldiers marched some 330 Texian prisoners, including Colonel Fannin, out of the presidio. Rumors raced through the Texian lines that the prisoners were about to be released. Under a shroud of fog, they were directed to leave in groups, headed in different directions. About a half mile from the fort we were ordered to halt; the guard on the right then passed to the left, and instantly fired upon the prisoners, nearly all of whom fell, and the few survivors tried to escape by flight in the prairie and concealing in the weeds.

Merit Badge University

Posted on Feb 27 2015 - 10:29am

Merit Badge University

Saturday, April 11, 2015

6:45 am - 5:00 pm

Lone Star College

Registration - $20.00 includes lunch.

Sign up with Mrs. Mast at Troop Meetings or email to: karen.ts.mast@gmail.com. 

Current course list are pre-requisites are attached. 


Congratulations to Troop 1324 - Gold Award Recognition 2014

Posted on Feb 9 2015 - 9:10pm

Congratulations to all Scouts and Adult Leaders for following the "Journey to Excellence" and earning the Gold Award for 2014!  In order to qualify for this award a troop must meet various performance criteria in areas such as advancement, retention, recruitment, camping, leader training, and service.  This award could not have been earned without the Scouts diligently learning skills, providing service, applying leadership, and advancing in rank.  Specials thanks to Sarah Smith for pulling together the JTE application.

Reminder: Annual Health & Medical Record

Posted on Jan 9 2015 - 2:58pm

For all those attending summer camp, don't forget to make an appointment with your doctor for an exam and completion of Part C of the Annual Health and Medical Record.  For those not attending camp, you still need to complete Parts A and B annually.  All Scouts and Adults who participate in Scouting activities must complete the Annual Health and Medical Record.  The forms can be accessed on the BSA website.  All Scouts and participating adults must complete complete and return Parts A & B.  Part C requires a physical exam and it should be completed for all Scouts or Adults who are attending summer camp or who wish to participate in strenuous activity with the Troop - remember to schedule your exam now and avoid the end-of-school-rush.  Further information regarding the BSA policy on use of the Annual Health and Medical Record is available here.

Vehicle Information Needed for Tour Plans

Posted on Jan 9 2015 - 2:58pm

Reminder, BSA Tour & Activity plan requires the troop to identify, along with names of all adults attending the activity, the vehicle make, model, and year of all drivers.  Therefore, if you expect to drive yourself and/or a Scout to any activity within the upcoming year, please forward the make, model, and year of your vehicle to the address below.  Also, when you register for an activity, if you plan on driving please indicate that you are a driver in the comments section of the Events Registration page.

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