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.
If you're a member, click on the Login/Sign up link to request a profile and receive full access to the site.
YPT: All parents are encouraged to complete and stay current on YPT training. You can find the link at the top of my.scouting.org, this direct link may work: https://training.scouting.org/learning-plans/1179
May 19, 7:00pm Swim Night at Lilly Gulch
We are doing a swimming activity this night! Swim checks will also be completed. Please bring $10 to help cover the cost of reserving the space! (6147 S. Holland Way, Littleton, CO 80123)
Also, camp card $$ is due or last chance to return unsold cards! Mr. Schmidt will be collecting checks this week and next week! If you/your scout has picked up any camp cards, please return $5 each ($100 per pack of 20 cards) to Troop 114 this week if possible! (50% of they money will be put in your scout account!) If possible, rather than turn in cash, please try to write a check to "Troop114B" for money collected. If you did not sell all the cards they may return any unsold cards.
May 20-22, White Water Rafting Campout
Postponed because Snow Rafting sounds cold and less fun than expected:
May 26th @ 6pm: Spring Court of Honor Award Ceremony & Banquet
Please join us as we celebrate the achievements of our Scouts and welcome new Scouts at our Spring Court of Honor which will be held Thursday, May 26th @ 6pm at the park!
This is our first Banquet in over two years!! Come and welcome the new parents and scouts!
Ben Delatour Summer Camp July 10-16, 2022
Ben Delatour plays host to thousands of Scouts and Scouters each summer offering dozens of options from our top-notch shooting sports program to our outdoor natural climbing program at Pancake Climbing Base, from over 20 merit badges to specialty programs including COPE.
Bartle Summer Camp, June 22nd to July 2nd, 2022
$375 has been paid and is due for all attendees!
Merit Badge Selection is due by the 28th!
Merit Badge Selection Form Can be found here!
Merit Badge List is here!
These forms should be turned in as soon as possible:
OTC Medical Form is here!
Boy Scouts Form ABC is here! (Need doctor signatures on B2 and C)
2022 Bartle Waiver
Packing List is here.
Camping Resources: https://www.hoac-bsa.org/camping-resources
Melita Island Summer Camp, July 23rd to July 31st, 2022:
Experience your own private island while attending Camp Melita Island. Melita Island, located on Flathead Lake – the largest natural freshwater lake in the western US – inspires adventure through unique opportunities like sailing, scuba diving, all forms of paddle sports, nature, hiking Wild Horse Island and emergency preparation programs. Due to the distance to this camp, we will be spending one night camping each direction on the way to and from camp!
(Currently we have 19 slots available for Melita Island. We have reserved 4 scout slots for parents driving their scout to ensure we have space for drivers/YPT. We need some adults willing to drive and live on an island for a week.)
Sea Base St. Thomas Sailing, July 23-29, 2023 :
Experience the allure of the U.S. Virgin Islands. Here, the trade winds blow, offering some of the best sailing in the world. Upon arrival, your crew will board a 40-foot plus vessel with an experienced captain. Most units attain the 50 Miler Award as they circumnavigate the crystal blue waters surrounding the island of St. John. In addition to sailing, your unit will snorkel pristine coral reefs, hike in Virgin Islands National Park, swim ashore to incredible beaches, and more! We are limited to 16 slots, if you want to be placed on the waitlist for Sea Base in 2023, sign up here:
Philmont Cavalcade, July 6-14, 2023 :
Philmont Cavalcades are similar to regular expeditions except that, instead of hiking, crews ride horses through the rugged mountain wilderness like the famous trappers who first explored the West:
April: Sand Dunes
New Scout Parents:
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 2022
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