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Feb 4, 2017
Report to State 2017

FEB - Report to State 2017 for the Alamo Area Council

On Saturday, February 4, 2017, a delegation of Scouts and leaders from the Alamo Area Council will attend the event called "Report to State" held annually at the Capitol Building in Austin, Texas.

A "Report to the State" is presented each year by each council to the governor of Texas to highlight and share the benefits Scouting provides in the state of Texas.  It provides an opportunity to build the Scouting brand and image as well as increase the awareness and visibility of Scouting's service. Within our Alamo Area Council, the report to the state provides a source of pride and morale boost.

All Scouts are invited to attend the annual Report to State. The Alamo Area Council will put a delegation together of 25 youth; one will be the spokesman for our council. Scouting units will march in a parade down Congress Avenue to the State Capitol. Once at the Capitol, each spokesman will make a report on the status of their council to a state official. All participants are usually welcome to view the report event in the balcony of the House Chambers.  For more information, visit www.AlamoAreaBSA.org/ReporttoState or contact the Matthew Rodriguez at matthew.rodriguez@scouting.org.  

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Make a Weekend of Your Visit. Check Out Austin!

After the parade, make a your visit especially memorable by checking out historic and interesting places in the greater Austin area.

We will continue to add opportunities for places to visit. Most venues offer group discounts with advance arrangements. Some venues are offering special sessions and sleepovers to Scouts.

The Texas Capitol

The Governor's Mansion

The Lyndon B. Johnson Presidential Library

The Museum of Natural Science at UT

The Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum

The Emma S. Barrientos Center for Mexican-American Cultural Arts (free)

The George Washington Carver Museum and Cultural Center (free)

The Texas Military Forces Museum at the Texas National Guard's Camp Mabry (free)

Austin Nature and Science Center (free, RTS Scout activities are offered for a fee; visit link and type "scouts" into keyword search for info)

Pioneer Farms (camping permitted)

The Austin Aquarium (Scout sleepover available)

The BSA Capitol Area Council Scout Shop for all your Scouting needs!