Scout Adventures

Boy Scouts

Railroading Merit Badge
 

February 25, 2018, 1-4pm

March 25, 2018, 1-4pm

 July 22, 2018, 1-4pm

 

By earning this badge, Scouts can learn about the history of railroading, its place in modern society, careers in railroading, and hobbies related to railroading.  Completion of this workshop will meet the requirements to earn their Railroading Merit badge. 

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  • Cost:  $25
  • Family Memberships enjoy a $5 discount. Members may call RRM at 281-633-2846 for promo code
  • Enrollment limited to 15 attendees per event
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EAGLE SCOUT PROJECTS

RRM was the beneficiary of Amol Perubhatla's Eagle Project, blue benches to enhance Museum grounds

RRM was the beneficiary of Amol Perubhatla's Eagle Project, blue benches to enhance Museum grounds

2017 Projects

Julian Cantu

A-frame Signs

2016 PROJECTS

Jay Mehta
Trash Can Frames

Amol Perubhatla
Blue Benches

2015 Projects

Christian DeWitt
Garden Railroad Viewing Area and Benches

Erik Lavaspere
Education Station Playroom Improvements

Luke Hunt
Benches, Garden RR Control Foundation, ADA Picnic Table

Griffin Miller
Pre-School Picnic Tables

Griffin Miller and crew building benches

Griffin Miller and crew building benches

If you have an interest in participating or to volunteer please contact us

One of a boy’s last steps to Eagle is to plan, develop, and serve as a leader to others in a service project helpful to his religious institution, school, or community. The project doesn’t have to be original—something that has never been done before—but it certainly could be. The Eagle Scout candidate must, however, accept responsibility for planning, directing, and following through to its successful completion.
— National Eagle Scout Association