Report to State

Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, Varsity Scouts, Venturers, Sea Scouts and Explorers from all over Texas march up Congress Avenue to the Capitol.  Scout Delegates from each council in Texas, including the Alamo Area Council, Boy Scouts of America, are seated in the House of Representatives and report to a member of the state government about Scouting accomplishments in their council from the past year.

A "Report to the State" is presented each year to highlight and share the benefits Scouting provides in the state of Texas.  It provides an opportunity to build the Scouting brand and image as well as increase the awareness and visibility of Scouting's service. Within our Alamo Area Council, the report to the state provides a source of pride and morale boost.

For more information for the 2018 Report to State, visit Link or contact the Report to State coordinator at

2014 Report to State Parade

February 1, 2014, Austin, Texas (photos courtesy Alamo Area BSA, Angel Zuniga Martinez, photographer)


View more Report to State 2014 event photos on the Alamo Area Council's flickr page by clicking HEREExternal Link.