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Community Bulletin Board

The Boy Scouts of America, Alamo Area Council (BSA) receives information about community events and organizations or products/services that we think important to share with you.  Please note that the listing of these community events and programs does not signify their endorsement by the BSA.  The BSA cannot be responsible for the content or accuracy of these events and programs.

Submit your Event Flyer in .PDF (max size 4 MB) for approval to the Alamo Area Council Program Office with the email subject "Community Bulletin Board" to 




Salem San Antonio Easter Eggstravaganza!

Salem Media Group - San Antonio invites Scouts of all ages to come and participate in their annual Easter Egg Hunt on March 24th at Traders Village! Open to the public and expecting over 17K in attendance is guaranteed to be eggtravagant! For more information please contact Andres Holliday at

Judson ISD 2018 Career Expo on Tuesday, March 27th at Judson High School. Tables will be set up so that you can present your Unit's information, materials, etc., to our parents and students.  There is no cost to enroll.  RSVP no later than Thursday, March 22, 2018 by contacting Marlin L. Castaneda, (210) 945-5208 or EXT. 61208.

3X3U National Slam Dunk Championship

The 3X3U National Championship is headed to Bill Greehey Arena at St. Mary's University. Head out on March 30 - April 1, 2018 to see some of the best D1 College Basketball talent during the Final Four Weekend! Special offers for Scouts, friends and family if enter discount code "HOOP" at check-out. Purchase tickets at www.3X3UHOOPS.comExternal Link and enter discount code for 33% off! For more information or assistance please contact Kaley Cohen at 

Download event flyer HERE


The Texas A&M University College of Agriculture & Life Sciences is hosting The World Food Prize-Texas Youth Institute!

This is an opportunity for current high school freshman, sophomores and juniors to research global issues and propose their ideas to solve these challenges. Students will additionally be able to engage with local leaders, participate in hands-on activities and explore ways to make a difference in Texas and around the World.

If you have any students who may be interested in this program, please send them the attached flyers and direct them to Link.

Please contact Araceli Trejo at 210.212.7016 or with any questions about the Youth Institute or to receive the Texas Challenge Paperwork Instructions. 

Download event flyer HERE



Soaring Eagle 5K Run/Walk

The Christian School at Castle Hills invites you to their 4th Annual Soaring Eagle 5K Run/Walk on Saturday, April 7, 2018. Visit www.soaringeagle5k.comExternal Link to register or contact Lori Harrison at for more information.

Download event flyer HERE.


100th Annual Pilgrimage to the Alamo (Official Fiesta Event), hosted by the Alamo Mission Chapter of the Daughters of the Republic of Texas, honors the Heroes of the Alamo and will be on April 23, 2018. General Land Office Commissioner George P. Bush will welcome guests to The Alamo and Lt. Gen Steven Kwast, Commanding AETC, will give the keynote address.

The Boy Scouts are being invited this year in special commemoration of the role that they played in the first pilgrimage event in 1918 – the Boy Scouts had just been formed, and it was a war year, so the Boy Scouts were invited to march in the pilgrimage parade. The parade organizes in front of the Tobin Center Vietnam Memorial, and the boys and their leaders would need to be in place by 3:15 on the day of the march.  The step-off is at 4:00, and it is a silent and solemn march to Alamo Plaza.  The Scouts should bring a wreath of flowers to be laid on the green of the Alamo, and they are also welcome to bring a banner to carry in front of them.  As many Boy Scouts and Venturers are invited to participate in the march.

For more information or to participate, Unit leaders should contact Event Chair, Sharon Skrobarcek at 210-865-7064 or Eileen Sommer at



SA Fire:  Youth Summit of 2018 at Wheatley Heights Sports Plex

SA Fire is conducting a 2018 Youth Summit in the city of San Antonio, to engage at risk youth through organized group activities and motivational speakers in a community environment. This event is free to the public, Sunday, July 8, 2018 from 2pm to 6pm at Wheatley Heights Sports Plex located at 200 Noblewood,  San Antonio, Texas, 78220.

For more info or to participate, contact Laviana Hampton 210.884.2728 or Vincent Hilyer 210.255.7333  


Texas A&M AgriLIFE Extension - Children's Vegetable Garden Program 

The Garden is proud to present one of the nation’s oldest youth gardening programs. Children ages 8-13 get their hands-on horticulture. The Children’s Vegetable Garden Program at the San Antonio Botanical Garden is an opportunity for children to grow their own vegetables and ornamental plants with the help of instructors from the Texas A&M AgriLIFE Extension Service and Bexar County Master Gardeners, as well as other volunteer organizations. Each child is allotted a 3.5’x28’ garden plot. 

Please contact Timothy Roan at 210.536.1412 or with any questions. 

Download event flyer HERE




  • Franklin Park Sonterra  - volunteer with assisted living residents playing games, assisting with crafts, and much more. For more information contact Life Enrichment Coordinator, Julie Ammon, at (830) 358-9206, or email 
  • Mission San Jose - Scouts are invited to volunteer at Mission Fest celebration on Saturday, April 29 - Sunday, April 30, 2017. Volunteers are needed for guest relations, food, and children's ride areas. Service hours will be signed off on. For more assistance please contact Irene Wunderlich at (240) 675-8635. 


  • PHYSICALS FOR SCOUTS - Texan Urgent Care Clinic will be offering $35.00 Physicals for Scouts to Attend Camp. Texas Urgent Care Clinic will also donate $10.00 to the BSA Organization. No Appointment Needed!! For more information visit
    External Link

    - There are several international students who have worked so hard to earn a scholarship for an opportunity to spend one school year (10 months) with an American family and in an American high school.  For more information, contact Dixie Gaona F.L.A.G. Local Coordinator at 830-708-8812
  • The U.S. Army Medical Department Center of History and Heritage - Invites Boy Scouts of all ages to participate in our Outreach and Advancement Program. Learn about the incredible story of Army Medicine since the founding of our Nation. Our program presents the opportunity for advancement and recognition, while never forgetting that “Scouting is a game with a purpose.” For more information download flyer HERE

  • Texas Archery Academy locations would like to support the Scouts with alternative troop meeting opportunities "Archery Night" and regular Archery Merit Badge seminars.
    More details: Link or contact Clint Montgomery, Executive Director, by email
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