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Boy Scout Troop 1299
(Allen, Texas)
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Troop 1299, located in Allen, Texas, is chartered by the Suncreek United Methodist Church. 

When & where Troop 1299 meets

Troop 1299 meetings are every Monday from 7:00 PM – 8:30PM at Suncreek United Methodist Church (SUMC), usually in Palmer Hall. The address is 1517 West McDermott Drive Allen, TX 75013.  Please check the calendar section of our website for meeting details. We welcome you to drop into any of our meetings to see how we work!

The Troop Committee meets the first Wednesday of every month starting at 7PM usually in Palmer Hall at SUMC. Please check the calendar section of our website for meeting details.

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See the attached file below for a map of the SUMC property map.

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SUMC_building_map-website08new_bulding.pdf SUMC property map  

2015-2016 Calendar - See what Troop 1299 is doing

To check our calendar for September 2015 - August 2016, download the attached file.
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2015-2016 Troop 1299 Calendar v 4.pdf Updated as of 11-15-15  

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Eagle Trail District

We are part of the Eagle Trail District.

Roundtable meetings will be the SECOND Thursday of each month, same location as before - LDS Stake Center at 1324 W Exchange Pkwy, Allen TX. All adults and OA Members are welcome to attend.

Mike Rowe of Dirty Jobs Talks Scouting

Posted on Nov 15 2011 - 4:22pm

The Values of Scouting

With all the sad news on TV these days one thing remains a comfort: the Scouting program and its positive influence on young men. A few years ago, Dirty Jobs' Mike Rowe gave a great interview to the National Eagle Scout Association's newsletter Eagletter. For those who did not know it, Mike is an Eagle Scout. What many may not know is the great admiration he has for Scouting. Here is a link to that Fall 2009 article. Read pages 3-5 of the newsletter. Better yet, have your Scout read it when you are done. He may see himself as Mike did all those years ago and realize that with hard work comes success. Don't miss the letter to Kelby at the end of the interview. You may find yourself changing the way you treat your Scout after reading that. As Baden-Powell once said, "Never do for a boy what he can do for himself."