Twin Bayou District

Sam Houston Area Council

More Fun, More High Adventure, More Scout-Led

1. Former directory is being phased out for new Excel version.  See "Directory" page for more information
2. New Rank Requirements and Guidelines.  See "Important Notice" to the right. 


 Committee Meeting, 7:30
14 Troop Meeting, 7:30
25  Buffalo Bayou Canoeing/Kayaking day event
28 Troop Meeting, 7:30
29 - July 11 Philmont

Committee Meeting, 7:30
3-11 Camp Parsons
12 Troop Meeting, 7:30 
26 Troop Meeting, 7:30

 1 Committee Meeting, 7:30
9 Troop Meeting, 7:30
23 Troop Meeting, 7:30
Eagle Scout News and Projects
Carter Johnstone's Eagle Project

My project will take place in the Houston Arboretum, and entails collecting brush over a portion of the arboretum's forest, mulching this brush, and then returning this mulch back to the forest floor.  After the drought of 2011 around 301 million trees died across the state of Texas.  The Houston Arboretum suffered from the drought and much of its plant life died which created thick brush that still remains today.  The project will speed up the natural succession and make the arboretum less susceptible to fire,  reduce the amount of pests, and help restore the natural beauty of the arboretum.

            The estimated cost for completing this project is $550. The biggest expense will be renting a wood chipper to turn the brush into mulch.  The rest of the money will go towards other equipment and food.  

       I joined boy scouts early high school and it has provided me with life long memories. Please help me continue my journey. 

       For your convenience, donations can be made using this pay pal link below.

Congratulations to the 2016 Eagle Scouts
James Carter
Below is the presentation given in the recent Parent Meeting.  If you have any questions, please contact Matt Ryan at
2016 Summer Camps
Camp Parsons
 Houston Food Bank Volunteers
Rey Ghozali and Surya Ramakrishnan pack breakfasts and snacks at the Houston Food Bank  to be distributed to local kids.  


Would you like to camp, backpack, hike, fish, shoot, sail, kayak, canoe, horseback ride, and cook outdoors? Would you like to serve your community, earn Merit Badges, learn about leadership and make new friends?  Then Boy Scout Troop 266 is just for you! 

For more info about joining Troop 266, please contact Asst. Scoutmaster Matt Ryan at

Important Notice 
Please click here to read about the 2016 Rank Requirement Changes or go to the 2016 BSA Change in Rank Requirements page listed in the red bar to the left of every page.