WELCOME TO TRAIL LIFE TROOP TX-1836

We are a founding charter member of Trail Life USA, an exciting character, leadership, and adventure program. We invite all boys and young men Kindergarten through college to be part of our troop.

Our objectives are simple: teach valued skills, build confidence, develop strong moral character, and have tons-of-fun within an outdoor adventure program while maintaining a Christian world-view.

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//About Us

  • Vision

    Our vision is to be the premier national character development organization for young men which produces Godly and responsible husbands, fathers, and citizens.

  • Mission

    The Mission of Trail Life USA is: To guide generations of courageous young men to honor God, lead with integrity, serve others, and experience outdoor adventure.

  • Motto

    "Walk Worthy"
    Colossians 1:10"...so that you may live a life worthy of the Lord and please him in every way: bearing fruit in every good work, growing in the knowledge of God,..."

  • Oath

    On my honor, I will do my best
    To serve God and my country;
    To respect authority
    To be a good steward of creation;
    And to treat others as I want to be treated.

  • Our Sponsor

    We are proud to be sponsored locally by the Holy Cross Lutheran Church. The church is located at 1200 Foxfire Drive in College Station. Their phone number is (979) 764-3992. Please visit their website for more information.

  • National Support

    We are chartered from a national organization called Trail Life USA. Please visit their website for more information.

// Our Leaders

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    Jeff Lehde While attending the Trail Life USA conference in Nashville, Jeff knew that he had found the tool by which he could share similar experiences with his son and others like him who seek an outdoor adventure through Christ. ...more about Jeff

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    Todd Watson As an Advisor for Trail Life USA Adventurers (9th-12th grade) in Troop TX-1836, he honors his scouting legacy while raising the standard for adventure, character, and leadership. Dr. Watson is committed to helping young men become Godly husbands and fathers. ...more about Todd

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    Ted HamiltonTed Hamilton currently serves as Troopmaster for Trail Life USA Troop TX-1836, located in College Station, Texas. ...more about Ted

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    Roye Moran Roye Moran currently serves Texas Troop-1836 as Trail Guide for the Fox Patrol. The Fox Patrol consists of the youngest (Kindergarten and 1st grade) boys in the Woodland Trails Program. ...more about Roye

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    Charles Lafon Charles Lafon currently serves Texas Troop-1836 as Ranger, overseeing the program for the elementary-age boys in the troop. Charles grew up in the mountains of Virginia, where he learned to enjoy outdoor activities, from hiking to hunting to gardening. ...more about Charles

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    Andrew Crutchfield Currently serving as the Health and Safety Officer for Troop TX-1836, Drew Crutchfield is putting his experience as a paramedic to good use in an environment that he has always loved. Drew grew up in the rolling hills and hardwood forests of Southern Indiana where he developed an enduring love for God's creation. ...more about Andrew

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    John Criscione John Criscione and his wife, Margaret, have nine children and have been active in youth programs (BSA, AHG, and 4H) and homeschooling for 20+ years. As a professor of engineering at TAMU, Dr. Criscione is a mentor for young adults as well. ...more about John

Adventure

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Character

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Leadership

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