Once or twice in a lifetime you have to have a real tree in your home for Christmas. There's something magical about having that amazing tree standing in your home, holding all your precious ornaments. The perfect place to get that tree is Troop 80 Treeland.
When it comes to Christmas trees, you can't beat the smell, sight, and feel of a real Christmas tree. I personally love a Douglas Fir. If you are a lover of real Christmas trees and are looking for a good quality place to purchase one, then check out Troop 80 Treeland.
Each year the Boy Scouts team up with the High Plains Food Bank to collect food. This year is no different and the Boy Scouts will be Scouting for Food this Saturday. They need your help. How do you help them out with food. Well it's actually very simple and easy.
So if you haven't put of your tree yet because you don't have the perfect tree then you need to head over to Troop 80 Treeland and pick out the perfect Christmas tree for your and your family. A real tree is an amazing thing to have in your home so if you love real trees then, don't purchase your tree from a big discount store, purchase it from a local source, Troop 80 Treeland.
How can you help alleviate hunger in the Texas Panhandle? You can participate in Scouting for Food this Saturday, March 22nd. Local Boy Scouts will be canvasing the neighborhoods collecting food for the High Plains Food Bank. How do you participate?
Coming up this Saturday, from 9a-1p, the Boy Scouts will be doing their annual Scouting for Food. This day for me is like Halloween in March. Only you won't find goblins, pumpkins or ghouls. You will only find nice young men in uniform collecting non-perishable foods for the High Plains Food Bank.
It's that time of year again for Christmas trees. If you are one of those people who love a real tree, or maybe you would like a real tree this year, don't purchase your tree from a big discount store, purchase it from a local source, Troop 80 Treeland.
Last week, the Boy Scouts of America reaffirmed its longstanding policy of banning gays from being scouts or scout leaders.
Now a number of straight men who’ve received the group’s highest honor — the ranking of Eagle Scout — are returning their medals in protest.