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

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  • 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.


ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

Posted by susan.crouch on Aug 24 2014 - 7:53pm

Hello Troop 808 - I challenge all members of the troop, our Scoutmaster Mr. Cone and all the Assistant Scoutmasters. I am giving you more than 24 hours so we can do this as a troop. The challenge will take place at this Thursday's meeting. If you have completed the challenge share your video or take the challenge again. Here is the link to the ALS website and the video of me taking the challenge

Camporee Details Now Available

Posted by linda.fitzjarrell on Aug 23 2014 - 4:19pm

The 2014 Timberline District Fall Camporee, hosted by the Timberline Camporee Committee and the Running Antelope Chapter of the Order of the Arrow, will take place at the Timberline Campground, Kenosha Pass in beautiful Pike National Forest. The theme for this year’s Camporee is "Colorado History." Most of the activities will be themed around Colorado's rich history and Mountain Man historical adventure. Pioneering, Indian Lore and associated activities; BB guns, archery, and tomahawk throwing are some of the exciting and fun outdoor adventures included. Make sure to invite any second-year Webelos you know to join us for this unique opportunity too. They will be able to camp with us, participate in the events, and observe our Troop in action. Sign up BEFORE 09/10 for the discounted rate. For more details, and to register, click on Camporee under Event Registration or on our Calendar.

Are You Working on Your Camping Merit Badge?

Posted by linda.fitzjarrell on Aug 23 2014 - 4:19pm
I'm planning a Patrol Camping trip  to complete one of the Camping MB requirements -- hiking with a 1,000 foot elevation gain while on a camp. The hike I'm looking at is Windy Peak in Golden Gate State Park, and possibly camping at Reverends Ridge (http://www.summitpost.org/windy-peak/471435). The date is for September 26-27, 

Troop 808 needs Merit Badge Counselors

Posted by susan.crouch on Aug 16 2014 - 3:37pm

Troop 808 needs your help.  

The troop could also use merit badge counselors in all other Eagle required merit badges, Camping, Communications, Cooking, Cycling, Hiking, the 3 Citizenships, Emergency Prep, Environmental Science/Sustainability, First Aid, Personal Mgmt and Swimming. In addition, there are over 120 elective merit badges that you could be a counselor for.  Check out the list on the MeritBadge.org website   http://meritbadge.org/wiki/index.php/Merit_Badges and see if there is a topic you are willing to counsel and in the process assist a young man who wants to learn about new things

Sign Up for the Plains Conservation Yurt Camp Closes August 21

Posted by linda.fitzjarrell on Aug 9 2014 - 10:49am

The Plains Conservation Yurt Camp includes a patch program in Grassland Ecology, Cheyenne Indian Skills or Sod Homesteading. The evening program is followed by a campfire with songs, s'mores and stories, with more patch activities and a continental breakfast in the morning. When signing up for the camp please indicate in the comments section which patch you are most interested in. (For more information see http://www.plainscenter.org/group-programs/scouts/) Majority vote will decide the one we register for (it is a group program). The yurts have a limited number of people they can accommodate, so we need to make our reservations early. Online Registration deadline is August 21. (if you need assistance with registering online, please see one of the adult leaders during a regular meeting.) We are planning this trip for November 15-16. The cost will be $45 per person. We will need a minimum of two adult leaders and six scouts, with a maximum of 30 people for this trip (the most the yurt can accomodate). 

OA Tahosa Lodge - Save the Date!!!

Posted by linda.fitzjarrell on Aug 8 2014 - 1:39pm

Get ready for the biggest event of the year! Fall Fellowship is going to be "Sweeter" than ever. With a theme like Candy Land (All rights reserved), who would want to miss out? The dates are September 12-14! Registration will be up soon, so keep that weekend open so you don't miss a cavity filled weekend!

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