Closed on Memorial day, July 4th, Labor Day, Thanksgiving day/day after thanksgiving, Christmas eve/day, New Year's Day
Yucca Council Scout Shop
7601 Lockheed Drive El Paso, Texas 79936
Tuesday-Friday: 9:30am - 5:30pm
Saturday: 9:00am - 1:00pm
Sunday & Monday: Closed
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We have all your camping needs; from cookware, sleeping bags, first aid kits, knives, flash lights and tents. The Luci Inflatable Solar Light is just one item we are featuring. Come in and check it our for yourself.
We are here to help you with your sewing. We don't just sew patches on shirts or merit badge sashes. We can even hem pants. We can sew patches on blankets, vests, and some jackets(must see an associate for details). We are willing to even do Girl Scout patches on uniforms. Let us know how we can help you.
Sewing $3.00 a patch
On this Memorial Day I would like to ask all scouts to reflect on what that means. Memorial Day is a day of remembrance of our military men and women that are no longer with us. They gave their life for our freedom.
One of these men that I have looked up is General Douglas McArthur. I looked him up because he was a Boy Scout. He used what he learned as a Boy Scout and applied it to his Military Career. He was born January 1, 1880 and died April 5, 1964, he was 84. He was a Boy Scout and received his Eagle when he was 12 years old. At 15 years old he participated in the Boy Scout World Jamboree in Hungry. At 17 he bicycled thru the U.K. For his military career he went to West Point in 1899 and graduated June 11, 1903. He served in the Mexican Revolution, WWI, WWII and the Korean War. When he retired he had earned the rank of 5 Star General. One of the Highest you can receive. He also received Medals and awards that are: Boy Scout Silver Buffalo Award, Medal of Honor, 3 Distinguished Service Cross, 5 Army Distinguished Service Medal, Navy Distinguished Service Medal, 7 Silver Star, Distinguished Flying Cross, Bronze Star Medal, 2 Purple Hearts, Air Medal, and 7 Presidential Unit Citation. He was a man of Honor because of his Duty to his Country.
All of you should try to strive to live like he did. I hope this encourages you to understand what Memorial Day is truly for. To all of our men and women who have served in our military, be it past or present, we say thank you for your time, honor, courage, and sacrifice.