This site is striving to provide history of Royal Rangers for future generations of Royal Rangers. As those who started Royal Rangers age, we want to capture their knowledge now.

What's New:

Royal Rangers History

November 21, 2019

This project is now a few years old.  However we still need your help to keep it up to date. Do you have any history for your activities at outpost, sectional, district, regional, or national events for 2019 or before? We would love to get a copy and get it posted on the history site. Whether is it Pow Wow packets, FCF packets, posters, documents, patch scans, staff listings, etc.  All history for your district and section can be posted. Please contact Mark Oliver and it will get updated quickly. We ask that patch scans/photos be a minimum resolution of 300x300. If you take a photo, please put one patch per picture and take the photo close to the patch so we get it up close.

Current News:


November 21, 2019

Have you earned your 2019 contributor patch? If not, it is not too late. There are a few left. Read more on the home page about how to earn one.

Site Support:

This site is managed by the North Texas Royal Rangers on behalf of and is the exclusively authorized history site of the national Royal Rangers ministries office, Springfield, MO. Contacts for this site include Mark Oliver and Jonathan Trower.

Eagle Rock Historical Items in process of getting scanned and categorized

Have you ever wondered about all the historical items that have always been stored at Eagle Rock.  Well, those items will be made available online soon as the items get scanned and organized.  This project stared in the 4th quarter of 2019 and will be completed by LEAD 2020.

Here is the high level schedule on this project.

Mark Craft is working on getting an inventory, photos, and process each item so they can be cataloged and stored by the Flower Museum. This project is being kicked off by cataloging the items that have been stored at Eagle Rock for many years.

As information begins to be received from Mark, it will be shown on the new Flower Museum Pages on the RR History website.

Email Mark Craft today to find answer for your questions.


2020 RRH Contributor Patch

This new contibutor patch will be available in 2020. The requirements will remain the same as they were in 2019. Start planning and collecting your history now so you will be given credit for it in 2020. All contributions made in 2019 or before, will not count towards the 2020 patch.  This can only be earned submitting information in 2020.

Here is more background on this patch.

The Royal Rangers contributor patch is an idea we are trying to see if we can get leaders to start submitting any type of Royal Rangers historical items to the Royal Rangers History website. We are looking for all types of Royal Rangers information: patch scans/photos, PDFs of documents (event packets, staff lists, Royal Rangers publications, newsletters, etc.), and photos of significant historical interest (photos of national/regional/district leaders, photos of national/regional/district events).

This contributor patch was first issued during 2019. For those who have contributed in the past, thank you for helping so far. Now you can get a patch by submitting additional historical items during 2020. We will be starting this next year on January 1st, 2020 and it will last until the end of December (or until we run out of patches).

These are the current guidelines that will be used for receiving a patch during 2020. We will only be able to present one patch per person.

For 2020, the following criteria will determine if you earned a patch. However, please keep in mind that we receive a volume of information and it is processed in first come, first serve order. Therefore, if you submit something and it has already been submitted, it will not be counted toward your total.

When submitting your history, please make sure you let us know as much as you can about the item. We need would like the following at a minimum: where it is from (district, section, outpost), name of event, and year. Please be as descriptive as you can be, and we will post the information online in the appropriate area of the History website.

The items for 2020 are (pick 3 of the 4 categories):

  1. Twenty (20) missing photos/scans of awards, event patches, medallions, etc. that are currently missing from the online system.
    1. If you submit an item that has already been received, but just not placed online yet, it will not count.
    2. Images must be clear and complete. No partial images.
    3. Identify the region/district/section, name of event, and year of the item.
  2. Ten (10) event documents (current or past events)
    1. Clean scans required (PDF preferred)
    2. Documents must be complete
    3. If a document has already been received, blurry, or if document is incomplete, it will not count
    4. Identify the region/district/section where the item originated
  3. One (1) complete staff listing with the district or region identified. Please include the start date - end date for the position. If position is current, please provide start date/year and say "current" (if still in position this year).
  4. Ten (10) photos of district, regional, or national items (like belt buckles, bolo ties, mugs, t-shirts, caps, etc.) not on the website. Anything Royal Rangers related is historical and it would be great to capture the above.

Information the history support team gathers does not count towards anyone’s totals. We are constantly scanning the Internet for items to add to the site. Everything to be considered must be emailed or mailed to us.

There were only 100 of the RRH contributor patches created and it is understood that everyone will not be able to receive a patch. Remember, the site is "Preserving History for Future Royal Rangers!"

Sine this is our second year offering this patch, we may have to allow other combinations be approved that we have not thought about. If you have other ideas, please feel free to share them with us. You may have other types of information that we have not thought about that would benefit you on receiving a patch.

Mark Oliver and Jonathan Trower



Chi Omega Rho

Read more about the Cho Omega Rho organization that used to be a part of Royal Ranger.


Northeast Colonial Territorial Rendezvous

For those who missed the 2019 Colonial Rendezvous, take a look at these photos and see what you missed.

2019 Colonial Territorial Photos


Importance of Royal Rangers

This has been said to be one of the best presentations that has been heard on the importance of Royal Rangers. This was done by the Wisconsin-Northern Michigan District Director, Gery Krebsbach, to a group of pastors.

View Video on Vimeo


Historical Stories

Are you interested in stories about the Royal Rangers History?  Anthony Hubbard is currently writing many articles that you will enjoy reading. Take a look at them and find out more about our manuals, awards and many other subject. Check back often because the list of stories will continue to grow.

View these stories


2019 Regional Rendezvous Photos

This is the year for Regional Rendezvous'. As you complete your Rendezvous, feel free to share your photos with us and we will store them for historical purposes.

Thanks to the South Central Region for some recent photos of their Rendezvous held at "The Range" in New Mexico


RRH Site Update

(May 22, 2019)

The long awaited National, Regional, and Denominational patches have arrived.  Here are just a few.


  • The District Patch series is still available but the number of remaining sets continue to decline. If you would like a set, contact us before the remaining sets are gone.

RRH Patch - District patch sets still available for sale

  • The National, Regional, and Denomination patches are also available for purchase.

RRH patch - National, Regional, and Denomination patch sets for sale