Welcome to Boy Scout Troop 109 - Aledo, TX

BSA Troop 109 of the Brazos Valley District, Longhorn Council, Boy Scouts of America. We are chartered by Aledo United Methodist Church in Aledo, Texas.

For more information about our troop email:  info@aledo109.mytroop.us

Boy Scouts are for boys who have completed the fifth grade or are between age 11 and 18 and are wanting to have fun while learning different skills. We seek to assist boys to grow into strong, confident adults by living the Scout Oath and Scout Law. We offer active outdoor adventure in many areas such as first aid, camping, hiking, pioneering, canoeing, shotguns, rifle, archery, public service and so much more.   Above all, the boys are able to learn to be good citizens, develop leadership and HAVE FUN! 

Troop Meetings:  Every Monday night at 7:00pm.

Aledo United Methodist Church

100 Pecan Street

Aledo, Texas 76008


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Interactive Merit Badge Pamphlets

Posted on Dec 22 2016 - 1:10pm

As we discussed in the meeting Monday I promised to send out a link Inkling, which is where BSA hosts their interactive merit badge pamphlets.   This is the full book, not just a one or two page requirement sheet.

Personal Fitness Merit Badge

Posted on Nov 19 2016 - 7:03pm

Personal Fitness merit badge class has begun. If you noticed in the last meeting just about the entire troop kicked off the initial fitness test, which is repeated every 2 weeks for the next 90 days. Also a key part of this merit badge is that each boy must find 30 minutes 3 times a week to get a little exercise mixed into their busy day. 1 needs to aerobic the other weight lifting, and the third either aerobic or weights. There are a lot of things that will work here, so I am saying they don't have to go on a 30 minute run or hit the gym for weight lifting if it is replaced with something suitable. Yes loading hey in a trailer is a good replacement for weigh lifting. If your boys have any questions have them discuss it with me. I told the boys that are in Band, that marching around for an hour a day would work for aerobic activity as long as it lasts. Most sports count for aerobic activity as well. Maybe not golf.

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