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Report to State 2023 Scout Relay

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REPORT TO STATE RELAY REGISTRATION

Austin, Texas

Please note, this registration is for individuals who plan to participate in the Report to State Relay.

Unfortunately, due to space constraints at the Capitol only the delegates (3) and leaders/parents (3) are invited to attend this event in person. There will be a virtual live stream of the event. 

In an effort to allow all Scouts an opportunity to participate, we are holding a Report to State Relay for those that choose to participate from home. Between now and February 4th, 2023 complete as many of the following tasks as you can. Participants who complete the tasks will receive a patch and units who have more than 75% of their Scouts complete the tasks will receive a unit flag pole ribbon. (Unit leaders will need to order the ribbons separately after completion of tasks by their unit)

 

2023 REPORT TO STATE RELAY

 

DATE:     STARTS NOVEMBER 1, 2022                     LOCATION: VIRTUAL

WHO:    

Anyone from any of the 18 councils in Texas are invited to participate in the Report to State Relay. 

TASKS:   

A Scout is:

Trustworthy: Conduct a trust building team activity with your unit.

Loyal: Show your loyalty to Scouts by tuning in to watch the virtual live stream of the 2023 Report to State on February 4, 2023. 

Helpful: Before Report to State, complete a minimum of 6 hours of community service and log it in Scoutbook. 

Friendly: Invite two non-scouting friends to a join scouting event or fun unit activity.

Courteous: With your parent of guardian discuss manners and how to respectfully treat others. 

Kind: Perform a random act of kindness for someone in your community.

Obedient: Discuss with a leader you admire, what makes a good leader and encourage your peers to be leaders.

Cheerful: Show Scout spirit at home, school or in your community.

Thrifty: Participate in a council sponsored fundraiser or make a gift to your local council's FOS program. 

Brave: Interview a "hero" in your community and find out what inspires them to act in a moment of need.

Clean: Talk to a local official about local pollution and ways to reduce it. Encourage family, friends and peers to follow those instructions. 

Reverent: Attend a service at your place of worship in field uniform. 

 

When completing these tasks, please take pictures and post them to social media using the official event hashtag #RTS2023

 

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Saturday 02-04-2023 9:30 AM CT to 4:30 PM CT
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