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This is our Troops main means of passing information onto both Scouts and Parents alike.

  • Come here for all our Announcements, login to see the full announcement.
  • View the Calendar of upcoming events.
  • Sign up for upcoming events under Event Registration.
  • Check out our most useful Links, everything from training to all things scouts.
  • Don't forget to come back and view our online Photo Albums, this is where you can remember the great times you had at each event, or just find out what your boy really did there.
  • Make sure you add a comment to the photos and read the comments other scouts left.
  • Forgot your buddies phone number or e-mail address, no problem, look them up on the Troop Roster.
  • Need a form or other file for scouts, go to our Files page and you will find everything you need.
  • Want more information on an upcoming event, find it on the calendar and download the permission slip, map or any other information linked to that event.
  • Need to send an e-mail to the Scoutmaster or other leader, hit the Send Email link on the left and you will be on your way.
  • Patrol Leaders need to send a note out to your entire patrol, use the Send Email link and use your patrol's group e-mail link.

Our hope is that you will find this website both useful and informative. We will strive to get ALL of the information that you need as Scouts, Adult Leaders or Parents in our Troop, right here, in one convenient place.

If you are not already a member of our Troop, we encourage you to come by for a visit. New Scouts are ALWAYS WELCOME!!!

Please check out the links to other BSA sites we are associated with, and feel free to Contact Us with any questions about this site or our troop. We look forward to seeing you at our next meeting.

Rockwell

Final Weeks for Popcorn

Posted by linda.fitzjarrell on Sep 24 2016 - 9:53am

The deadline to turn in Popcorn Forms & Funds is October 6th. All take orders and full payments must be turned in to the Troop Treasurer, Mrs. Fitzjarrell. Each Scout is expected to participate in this Council fundraiser with a minimum goal of $250 in sales per Scout. (You will be charged a buy-out fee if you do not reach this goal.) There are still slots available to serve at the Cider Days Show & Sell on October 1st & 2nd if you need help reaching your goal. (Maximum of 4 Scouts per shift, sign up here: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c0445a9a722a02-popcorn1.) Any questions, please contact Mrs. Fitzjarrell. Thank you all for helping keep our annual dues to a minimum by participating in this important fundraiser which supports our Council, our Troop, and your Scout.

Adopt-a-Trail Service

Posted by linda.fitzjarrell on Sep 22 2016 - 10:26am

Troop 808 Adopted The Nature Trail at Dinosaur Ridge Discovery Center, which was built as an Eagle Project by Troop 808's Kevin Fitzjarrell in 2014. Saturday, October 15 is our next scheduled service date. Please come and help with this worthwhile project. It will, or course, count toward service hours. We can use as many Scouts, Scouters, family and friends as possible, as the more help we get the quicker the work will be done. Make sure to Register so that we know how many to expect and can provide what's needed for a productive day. Please note that this is at the Dinosaur Ridge Discover Center (NOT the Visitors Center) which is at the Red Rocks Ampitheatre Entrance #1 (off County Road 93) on the west side of the ridge. If you have any questions, please contact Mr. Kevin or Mrs. Linda Fitzjarrell. Thank you!

Order of the Arrow Cony Party

Posted by ahalingstad on Sep 20 2016 - 8:05am

The last Order of the Arrow Cony Party will be October 14-16 at Peaceful Valley.  

WHAT IS A CONY PARTY?

ConyIn Tahosa Lodge, we call our Ordeal Weekends or Induction Weekends “Cony Parties”. The mascot or “totem” of Tahosa Lodge is a Cony (also known as a pika, these tiny little mammals make their homes in the rocky crevices of the tundra, living at elevations of 11,000 feet or more. These charismatic inhabitants of the western mountain landscape are small, usually between 6-8 inches and weighing around 4-6 ounces) and we’re putting on a great weekend for you, thus the term “Cony Party” was born. Recently elected candidates must attend a Cony Party to complete their induction into our order.

If you are a candidate, please attend if possible.

 

 

National Public Lands Volunteer Event!

Posted by ahalingstad on Sep 20 2016 - 8:01am

Hey volunteers!

 We hope that everyone is having a great September and enjoying the changing season! When September rolls around we know that it is time for our last big volunteer work day of the year, National Public Lands Day! We are a bit low on registrations right now, so please consider signing up to help out. The event will be on September 24 from 8-noon at the Bear Creek Greenbelt, 2800 S. Estes Street. Volunteers will work on several trail sections, tree planting and litter removal. Lunch will be provided. If interested, please register at

 http://www.lakewood.org/BCLPEvents/

 
Bear Creek Lake Park and the City of Lakewood Regional Parks Division offer a wide range of programs and events at all of our locations.

Merit Badge College Opportunity

Posted by ahalingstad on Sep 20 2016 - 7:57am

Click on link below for more information regarding an upcoming merit badge college.

§  Valley District Merit Badge College (Front Range Community College, 3645 W 112th Avenue, Westminster, CO 80031, US): 11/12/2016 8 AM - 4:30 PM

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