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

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Summer Camp is 13 days away! Starts July 10th

Posted by dave.pallozzi on Jun 26 2016 - 8:10pm

Yes, that's not a typo, we leave for summer camp in less than two weeks.  I know we are going to have another great time, just as we have the last several years.  For those that are attending summer camp you should begin to think about what gear you will need and start gathering it together for the trip.  I personally just waterproofed my tent rainfly and my hiking boots in preparation.  Remember, we are spending 6 nights at camp.  Based on this weekend's campout the most common forgotten items were bug spray, headlamp/flashlight, extra batteries, a coat, rain gear and the overall concept of the 'day pack'.  At summer camp each scout should have with him at all times his day pack which contains the 10 Essentials.  If your rain gear doesn't fit over your day pack, then you should either have a cover for the pack or a plastic bag that can go over it (a 5 cent trash bag makes a great cover when it's raining).  It's not that useful if everything in your day pack is wet from an afternoon rainstorm.  It's always helpful to pack several medium and large trash bags because they can be used in a variety of ways to keep things dry.

Wellington Lake - Camping and Canoeing success!

Posted by dave.pallozzi on Jun 26 2016 - 7:42pm

This past weekend's camping trip was fantastic.  The Wellington Lake scout area is very nice, removed from the main camping areas and everyone had a great time.  The scouts had a chance to go canoeing, go hiking, see the waterfall and enjoy a relaxed weekend camping.  I want to thank everyone who worked to pull this together.  Thanks go to Mr Hallingstad for finding the campground and we owe special thanks to Mr. Cone, Mr. Stone and Mr. Davis for letting us use their canoes on this fun trip.  

Fun-Filled Adults Needed

Posted by linda.fitzjarrell on Jun 18 2016 - 5:26pm

The first three letters in fundraiser is FUN -- and the right people truley can make this happen. If you are up to showing your silly side you could get a lot of enjoyment out of helping Troop 808 with it's biggest fundraiser of the year -- Trails End Popcorn. Kick-off is in August, which is right around the corner, so I am starting my search for a lively team that can keep our scouts amused and motivated. Previous experience is great, but not required. Ideas to help make it the most fun fundraiser ever are always welcomed. Please contact me - Linda Fitzjarrell, Troop Treasurer - and let the merriment begin! 

Use Sports Authority Camp Card Offer at Big 5

Posted by linda.fitzjarrell on Jun 15 2016 - 9:40am

Sports Authority is one of the vendors on the 2016 Camp Card, however during our sales campaign they announced that they were going out of business. The DAC Camp Card team has resolved this issue: Big 5 Sporting Goods, who recognizes the many benefits that youth Scouting programs provide to local communities, would love to support our Boy Scouts by honoring the Sports Authority $10 off of a purchase of $50 or more offer! Thank you Big 5 Sporting Goods for your support in Scouting! Please pass the word on to those you know that purchased a Camp Card to use this wonderful discount. And thanks to everyone who participated in the 2016 Camp Card sales.

May and June Meeting Changes

Posted by ahalingstad on May 23 2016 - 8:51am

We are going to shift around a couple of the upcoming meetings to accommodate the 30 day period between Physical Fitness tests for Tenderfoot.

May 26th – meet at the Church for a Disability Awareness program.

June 2nd – Meet At Wadsworth Park / the Stone House (2900 S Estes St, Lakewood, CO 80227) for Orienteering.

June 9th – Meet at the Church.

June 16th – Meet at the Church.

June 23rd – Meet at Carmondy to retake the Tenderfoot Physical Fitness Tests.

Wyatt Hockley's Eagle Project

Posted by ahalingstad on May 20 2016 - 2:34pm

Please help Wyatt Hockley with his Eagle Scout Project.  The project is moving rock and dirt. Dirt will be removed from a berm on Pearl Street and rock will be put down in its place.   There will be a lot of digging, heavy wheel barrel loads, etc.

Date: Saturday, May 28 at 8 AM until the work is done

Please bring if you have them:
-shovels
-wheel barrels
-pickaxes (probably not too many)
-gloves


You'll also want to bring-
-A Water bottle
-A Hat
- and wear sunscreen

Lunch will be provided as well.

In case of inclement weather the project will move to Jun 4th (Saturday).

Address: Front Range Bible Church
1001 S Pearl St, Denver, Colorado 80209

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