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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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
August 18th @ 7: Weekly Meeting
Weekly meeting troop meeting in the Scout Hut!
Also this week: Sea Base 2023 information and travel planning meeting. This might be more of a planning how to buy airline tickets so everyone going can arrive on the same plane along with the adults leaders meeting than anything else. Rick Barber, who has been on one of these before with his son Colin, has offered to talk to use to help go over any information/tips he has in planning for and executing Seabase. We ask that if possible, a parent for each scout planning on going come to this meeting as we are likely deciding to buy a block of tickets that will involve your money.
August 20th @ 9am: Western Welcome Week Parade
The Western Welcome Week Parade is one of the projects our troop gets asked to complete every year by the WWW parade committee. It is a fairly big project and we will need as many volunteers as possible- we will be assisting them by carrying banners down the parade. Sign up here:
The parade is on Saturday August 20th. We will need to meet there at 9:00 am, an hour before it begins, by the gas station on the corner of S Gallup St and W Littleton Blvd. I will be providing some breakfast snacks (something like donuts and orange juice) since we will need to be there in the morning, but don't forget to bring water and sunscreen. The event is 2.5-3 hours long, hope to see you there!
Additional help is needed at the Troop 114 booth located on the west side of Prince St., south of Main St.
August 26-28: Wilderness Survival Campout
Where: Burning Bear Trail (1.5 Miles to Campsite)
Note: This is not car camping and is intended to be an easy gateway to backpack camping.
September 9-11: Backpacking Campout
Where: Abyss Trail (4 Miles to Campsite)
Note: This is not car camping and is a backpack campout.
Great Job Ryan Riegel on Your Eagle Project
May 26th Court of Honor Troop Picture
Congratulations Eagle Scout Jonah Day!
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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