Circle Ten Xperience

Circle Ten Xperience

Circle Ten Council just held the largest event in its 100+ year history, and for all Scouts and Scouters alike, it didn’t disappoint. The council took over Texas Motor Speedway from November 13-15, 2015. Scouts had the opportunity to participate in over 50 program activities including climbing walls, archery, and bubble ball. The Mikanakawa Lodge of the Order of Arrow had a spectacular Indian village set up complete with full regalia, hot air balloons, dancing, tee pees, and beadwork. Medieval Times was even present for midday entertainment (in the form of jousting!) at the dirt track. 


 CTX Photo Slideshow               


CTX Arena Show



CTX Quick Facts

12,054 Registered Participants                       387 Units Camped

400 Staff Members                                             53 Exhibitors

1 Great Xperience for the Youth of Circle Ten

Activities included:
  • 5K Fun Run
  • Obstacle Course
  • Cardboard City
  • Crafts
  • Pioneering Exhibition
  • Monkey Bridges
  • Catapults
  • STEm activities
  • Video game trucks
  • Fast Robe Helios
  • Motocross
There were 53 vendors on hand to give Scouts hands-on experience and training in fields such as robotics, transportation, and communications. Vendors brought remote-controlled cars, drones, boats, and planes to ensure that our Scouts had the most realistic experience possible.
The council also did not spare in expense for the Arena Show Saturday night that featured Overdrive, a local cover band, and one of the most riveting fireworks shows you have ever seen. Scouts and their families were literally out of the stands dancing the night away with our four Scouting mascots leading the charge. CTX culminated with a spirited religious service led by our STEM Executive Maribeth Hughes.
The Circle Ten Xperience was made possible through the generosity and support of our sponsors: Vex Robotics, Alford Media Services, CynjaSpace, Dick’s Sporting Goods, AT&T Stadium, MMG Building & Construction Services, and Bobcat of Dallas.






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