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Welcome to Boy Scout Troop 511's web site.  Boy Scout Troop 511 in Austin TX is sponsored by St. Matthew's Episcopal Church, and was founded in 1972. It is one of the larger troops in Central Texas and during its existence has produced more than 125 Eagle Scouts. Feel free to look around our site and by all means shoot us an email to learn more about the exciting world of Scouting at Troop 511.

If you're interested in our troop, we encourage you to come visit us at one of our meetings.  We meet every Tuesday at 7:00 in Huffman Hall on the St. Matthews campus.  We love to have guests any time.  Some meetings are more interesting for visitors to come to, so feel free to send us email if you're wondering which night would be best for you to come and check out out Troop 511.

 

  

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Microsoft Store Merit Badge Class Registration Opens Thursday

Posted on Mar 21 2016 - 9:41pm

Registration for April-May merit badge classes at The Microsoft Store will open this Thursday, March 24, 2016, at 7pm.

CLICK HERE to see the schedule and find links to register for each class.

Committee Meeting Notes - Posted

Posted on Mar 7 2016 - 6:35am

The meeting notes for the March 1 Committee meeting have been posted here:  Meeting Notes.

Camporee

Posted on Feb 25 2016 - 10:32am
The troop's March campout is the Armadillo District Camporee at the Smilin 'V Ranch near Liberty Hill on March 4-6th. 
 
The Camporee is a district sponsored event that lets troops demonstrate their Scouting skills while in competition with other troops. This years theme is 'Games of the Armadillo Olympiad. 

Committee Meeting Notes - Posted

Posted on Feb 24 2016 - 8:37am

We have posted the troop committee meeting notes for the January and February committee meetings on the troop website.  You can find them here:  Committee Meeting Notes

Nuclear Science Merit Badge - Sat April 16 and Sat April 30 from 1pm to 4pm

Posted on Feb 23 2016 - 9:00am

Nuclear science gives us a simple explanation of the natural world. The ultimate goal of nuclear science is to find out if there is one fundamental rule that explains how matter and forces interact. Earning the Nuclear Science merit badge is a chance for Scouts to learn about this exciting field at the cutting edge of science today.

Earn the Take Care of Texas Pin and Patch

Posted on Feb 10 2016 - 6:26pm
BOY SCOUTS PATCH

Click here to learn more:  Take Care of Texas Scouts.

The Take Care of Texas Award recognizes Scouts who are doing their part to conserve water and energy, keep our air and water clean, and reduce waste. The Award shows a commitment to both learning and educating others on how we can keep our state great.

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