|The theme of the 1993 Jamboree
was "A Bridge to the Future." Scouts from some 60 nations, with approximately
700 Scouts, joined the Jamboree. In spite of the wet weather more
than 30,000 Scouts and Scouters attended the opening show. Lee Greenwood
capped the evening with his trademark song "God Bless the USA." "Up
With People" kicked off the three-hour show that also had a multi-media
show which featured rap to video to fireworks. Country singer Louise Mandrell
gave her rendition of "Hound Dog" on the closing night at the arena.
She told the group that "I want to say there's one reason I came.
I love the Boy Scouts." The Zambelli Fireworks Manufacturing Co.
shot off 2,500 aerial shells in a 30-minute ear-popping show of fireworks.
Paul Thomas remembers playing football in the rain at the Jamboree.
We are looking for additional information on this troop.
|Charles A. Anderson,
San Angelo, Scoutmaster
Orlando Rey Flores, Uvalde, ASM
Jaime Limas, Del Rio, ASM
Federico Medina, Jr., San Angelo, ASM
W. Matthew Allison, San Angelo
|Johnny D. Hollis,
Grant Huling, San Angelo
Mark R. Lange, San Angelo
Ricky Medina, San Angelo
Fritz Meitzen, San Angelo
Steve Montoya, III, San Angelo
Steven G. Walls, San Angelo
Rodolfo Ornelas, San Angelo
August Pfluger, San Angelo
Robert G. Renfro, San Angelo
David A. Rizzo, San Angelo
Chris Shrum, San Angelo
Justin Sparks, San Angelo
Paul Thomas, San Angelo
Steven D. Turner, Big Lake
Kyle Weaver, Rocksprings
George W. Whaley, Jr. San Angelo
Harley White, San Angelo
Albert (Bert) Williams, Jr., Del Rio
Tracy M. Younggren, Big Lake
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