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Fun Games & Activities for Family Camp

Posted by linda.fitzjarrell on Apr 26 2017 - 2:36pm

If you have some outdoor games, non-motorized boat(s), fishing equipment, or other fun stuff that you would be willing to take up to Family Camp for everyone to enjoy (or be willing to lend out) please let our Scout-in-Charge, Brendan know. Thank you!

Next campout is Family Camp at Lake Wellington

Posted by dave.pallozzi on Apr 23 2017 - 2:27pm

Now that the April campout is completed, it's time to start thinking about the Family Campout in May. We have a Scout in Charge (SIC) and now we are looking for an Adult in Charge (AIC).  If you are interested in helping out please contact Mr Pallozzi.  Even if you haven't been an AIC before we have plenty of people to help you get through this activity.  The AIC is responsible for working with the SIC to make sure menu planning, food shopping and rosters are complete for the weekend.  Please let me know if you have any questions.   Thanks 

Advancement Camp - fun at Tahosa

Posted by dave.pallozzi on Apr 23 2017 - 2:22pm

We've returned from the Tahosa Cabin campout and I think it's fair to say we all had a great time.  There was no snow so we didnlt have any issues, unlike last year when they got 40" of snow in two daysand we couldn't get there.  The scouts had a great time with the older scouts working with the younger scouts to get requirements completed for rank advancement.  We even tried a new dinner recipe called Chili Mac and it must have been good because most people had thirds before we ran out.

Troop 808 Merit Badge Counselors

Posted by kenny.davis on Apr 23 2017 - 1:25pm
It's time to update and expand our list of Merit Badge Counselors. In particular we need a golf counselor, but if any of the Merit Badges interest you, becoming a counselor is an excellent way to help out with the troop and get to work with our awesome scouts. Here is a link to the Merit badge Counselor information:
The process is:
1) Find something you are interested in off this list:

Want to Joining the Philmont Trek in 2018?

Posted by linda.fitzjarrell on Apr 17 2017 - 5:28pm

You could be a part of the DAC Contingent for the July 13-25, 2018 Philmont Trek! Space is limited to 24 - first come-first served. Cost is $1225. Scholarships are available from Philmont. Informational sessions are available April 26 at 7pm and May 26 at 7pm. Both sessions are the same, no need to attend both. There is no cost to attend, however, DAC would like to prepare a place for you, so ask that you please register your intent (and find further information about Philmont) at: http://www.denverboyscouts.org/philmont

Register to Help with Travis' Eagle Scout Project

Posted by linda.fitzjarrell on Apr 14 2017 - 8:51pm

The project will involve rebuilding retaining walls for benches around Bear Creek Lake. The project will last from approximately 8:00 am to 2:00 pm. Water, snacks, and lunch will be provided. We will meet in the parking lot near the boat ramp at the northern shore of the lake. The boat ramp is located 1 and a half miles east on Kumpfmiller Drive from the park entrance on Morrison road. All volunteers will need to sign a park liability waiver which will be provided. Volunteers should dress appropriately for the weather, bring boots (or other closed - toed shoes), gloves, eye protection, sun protection, and insect repellent. All tools and supplies will be provided. Contact Travis if you have any questions.

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