Boy Scouts

Northwest Texas Council of Boy Scouts of America

…Katie Yurcho became an Eagle Scout in 2021 after completing her Eagle Project.  She designed and engineered the construction of “Scouts Dog Park” in Henrietta, TX.  She led 70 volunteers who worked 650 hours to construct the park. It has been in use for almost two years and is enjoyed daily by many local people and travelers who stop along the way.  Katie is currently a student at Harding University in Searcy, Arkansas majoring in Molecular and Cellular Biology, while still advocating for scouting by attending meetings and helping to recruit girls to follow in her footsteps.  Scouting not only inspires young people to be anything they want to be, it gives them the tools to be successful.

Northwest Texas Council, Boy Scouts of America serves 1,100 young people who participate annually in programs focusing on character, education, leadership training, plus Scouting’s signature outdoor classroom – Camping. The skills young men and women develop in the great outdoors are some of the most important in their lives. Scouting transforms impressionable youth into caring, responsible adults.


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