Welcome to Littleton Troop 114!
Troop 114 is located in Littleton, Colorado. The Troop was founded in 1941 and has been continually chartered by
by the Littleton United Methodist Church.
Troop 114 offers Scouting opportunities to boys (and girls) from 6th grade to 12th grade.
Visit the Troop at any of the weekly meetings: Thursdays, 7:00-8:30PM. The church is at 5894 S Datura St, Littleton.
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Thursday September 16th: Weekly Meeting 7pm Cooking Competition!
Hey Troop 114 Families and Scouts!
I'm sure you know of our Cookoff coming up this next Thursday, September 16th. It is expected that you bring your own ingredients, tools, fuel and that you make enough for everyone in your family / group of people, as well as an extra meal for the judges to split. You can cook a Breakfast, Dinner or Dessert. It is recommended and encouraged that you bring your own Stove, Grill or Dutch Oven if possible, but the Troop can provide our own Stoves and Dutch Ovens if needed. If you would like to cook for more than just your party, then you are more than welcome to do so! Thank you all so much for agreeing to cook with us, we can't wait to see you there!
Sign-up-genius to sign up to cook
Sincerely, Luke Riegel, Senior Patrol Leader.
September 17-19 : Scottish Games Campout
Due to the cave availability, the spelunking campout has been moved to November, and the Scottish Games have been moved up to September! Prepare for the Stone Put, the Caber Toss, the Scottish Hammer, the Sheaf Toss, the Tug of War and many more. Grab your Kilt and sign up now!!!
Thursday September 23th: Weekly Meeting 7pm Fishing MB
Working on Fishing Merit Badge Requirements.
August 27-29: Hiking Campout
Hiking with Boats...
Saturday, August 21st: Western Welcome Week
Henry's Life Project went awesomely!
November 26th: 80th Reunion
Register at: https://troop114reunion.com
The 80th reunion planning committee needs your artwork showing your scouting spirit using the Mighty Oak Tree.
They need artwork for:
A Pin. Like at Camporee Last year.
A T-Shirt: The theme is Oak Tree; however, you can have lots of other activities going on around the oak tree! Camping, fishing, hiking, climbing, your imagination is the limit
A Banner! There are 7 banners planned one for each of the 7 Stages of Growth of an Oak Tree... matching 7 scout ranks. These can be big posters or larger art pieces, there will be 7 stations around the fellowship hall with the art with each stage.
Here are the 7 stages of growth of an Oak tree:
Over Mature/elderly (decline),
Removal/death (snag or rotting log).
Scouting from Home
Here is a guide from Black Feather District on Scouting from Home.
For newer Scouts: this is the perfect time to work on being able to repeat the Scout Oath, Law, Motto, and Slogan by memory. Check out the requirements of the Scout Rank in the attached BSA Requirements file. Parents must complete requirement #6 with their Scout. See this link for more information:
This is also the perfect time for new Scouts to start working on requirement 6 in Tenderfoot, which is a fitness requirement requiring tracking activities for 30 days. Or to complete their Cyber Chip for their grade.
Applications for 2021
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