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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 Troop Roster 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.


King Soopers Rewards - response need if you participate

Posted by linda.fitzjarrell on Jan 15 2021 - 11:15am

We've received our quarterly statement for the King Soopers Community Rewards program and will be receiving the check soon. If you have registered your Loyalty Card with Troop 808 please check your account and let our Troop Treasurer know the amount you contributed (instructions are on the website - email Treasurer@bsatroop808.org). If you have not yet registered your Loyalty Card with Troop 808, and want to, please check our website for how to get started. Thank you for your support of Troop 808 & Crew 808! https://www.bsatroop808.org/node/3988

Thursday Jan 14th meeting topic - Cooking Merit Badge

Posted by dave.pallozzi on Jan 10 2021 - 3:57pm

SCOUTS!!!!    This week's meeting is going to focus on the 'talking parts" of the Cooking Merit Badge.  This is an Eagle Required Merit Badge and many of you have done alot the actual cooking parts and we just need to finish up the talking parts.  Scouts, please review the requirements in Scoutbook for the Cooking Merit Badge before this week's meeting.  Also, if you still have the 'cook for mom & dad' cooking parts to do, this is a great time of year to knock those pieces out.  

Parents of Troop 808 - Happy New Year - Welcome to 2021 - Please Read

Posted by dave.pallozzi on Jan 10 2021 - 3:56pm

I know we have all been awaiting the New Year in hope that 2021 will certainly be better than the pandemic year of 2020.  As I believe many of you know, the troop is smaller in 2021; we had at least 4 scouts age out, after 3 of them achieved Eagle Rank (Congrats to them) and we had 3 scouts move to other troops to better fit their personal schedules and needs (we wish them success).  In addition we are still in need of an active Scoutmaster.  While I am trying to fill both the Committee Chair and 'acting' scoutmaster role, it is becoming more difficult as my non-scouting responsibilities need more attention.  Therefore we need ALL the parents of the remaining scouts to become more active in the troop.  We need help with meeting ideas and running meetings.  We are only meeting twice a month currently so it would not be overwhelming for any of you to run a few meetings.  We also need you as parents to actively participate in your son's rank advancement needs.  You can help your scout by jointly logging into Scoutbook to see where they stand, what requirements do they need to complete and what merit badges would they like to work on.  To do this for you son is pretty easy, whereas for me to try to do it with 7 scouts is much more complicated and time consuming. 

Volunteer Opportunities at Food Bank of the Rockies

Posted by dave.pallozzi on Dec 17 2020 - 10:30am

The Food bank of the Rockies is looking for volunteers to help pack food boxes, etc.  Please consider donating your time or getting a few people together to go help out. 

Cyber Chip Requirements

Posted by dave.pallozzi on Dec 10 2020 - 6:39pm

Cyber Chip Requirements for Grades 9-12


  1. Read and sign the Level II Internet Safety Pledge. (BSA Cyber Chip green card – can be ordered at scoutshop.org)
  2. Write and sign a personalized contract with your parent or guardian that outlines rules for using the computer and mobile devices, including what you can download, what you can post, and consequences for inappropriate use.
  3. Discuss with your parents the benefits and potential dangers teenagers might experience when using social media. Give examples of each.
  4. Watch three of the following Real-Life Story” videos to learn the impact on teens.
    1. Friend or Fake
    2. Post to be private
    3. Split Decisions
    4. Two Kinds of Stupid
  5. As an individual or patrol, use the EDGE method and the Student Project Kit to teach Internet safety rules, behavior, and “netiquette” to your troop or another patrol. You are encouraged to use any additional material and information you have researched. Each member of the patrol must have a role and present part of the lesson.
  6. Discuss with your unit leader the acceptable standards and practices for using allowed electronic devices such as phones and games at your meetings and other Scouting events.

Note: All Cyber Chips will expire annually. Each Scout will need to go to Netsmartz  and complete 2 new resources (ie watch 2 videos)  to recommit to net safety and netiquette. Then, with the unit leader, the Scout can add the new date to the Cyber Chip card or certificate.

"Virtual Tech Night Lock in" - Dec 5th. Link in message

Posted by dave.pallozzi on Dec 2 2020 - 6:52pm

Leif & Johnny are coordinating a "Virtual Tech Night Lock in" since we cannot do the normal December Lock in at Atonement.  

We are using discord for the lock in, below is the link to the discord server.
From, Leif
Here is the discord link: 


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