Parker’s High Adventure Troop

Published by under T16 on February 8, 2017

MEETINGS:  Tuesdays 7:00 to 8:30pm with PATROL LEADERS COUNCIL: 4th Tuesday of the Month
(with exceptions, see calendar)
Welcome to Troop 16’s Website: your resource for information on the Troop and current happenings
Scoutmaster: Mrs. Sonya Lipman – 303 903-5926
Troop Committee Chair: Mrs. Noelle Baldwin – 303-805-0973
Senior Patrol Leader: Colin H.
Please use this link to contact our leaders via e-mail.
More information about the troop can be found in our Troop 16 Informational Trifold
Troop 16 – Home of the Survivorman Challenge and Quest for the Holy Grail Adventure Race.

April 24th Troop Meeting

Published by under T16 on April 22, 2018

Hello everyone! The meeting on April 24th will be a PLC meeting.

For those of you that are new to the troop, these meetings happen on the last Tuesday of each month and only scouts with leadership positions need to attend. Therefore, you don’t have to come this week and I hope to see you all during the May 1st troop meeting.

If you attended the sand dunes campout this weekend, I hope you had a lot of fun! The next campout is Survivorman and it is less than a month away!

Don’t forget that this upcoming weekend is the April merit badge college. If you haven’t signed up yet and want to attend, remember to sign up by April 24th. If you are planning to attend, the merit badge college will start at 7:30 am.

If you have a leadership position, see you Tuesday night!

April 17th Troop Meeting

Published by under T16 on April 16, 2018

Hello everyone! Here is the meeting plan for April 17th.

First of all, flags will be done by the Howling Wolves patrol.

Then, we will continue with camp prep for the sand dunes campout. In order to prepare, come up with ideas for meals and tent partners. Besides camp prep, there will also be instruction time which will be about shelter and using a compass.

If there is extra time during the meeting, we might possibly play a game.

Lastly, if you are a first year scout, I hope you had a lot of fun during your first campout! If you signed up for the sand dunes campout, start getting excited because this is always a very fun campout!

See you all Tuesday night!

May 2018 Campout – The Survivorman Challenge!

Published by under Survivorman on April 13, 2018

Les Stroud – Survivorman TV Series

Survivorman is back and coming to your May Campout!

Do you have the skills to survive after a plane crash in the Colorado Wilderness?  This is your chance to demonstrate or learn the skills needed to Survive!  The world famous Troop 16 Survivorman Challenge is back with some new challenges and guaranteed to test your limits!

All eyes will be on Troop 16 this year, so it is time to Be Prepared. All scouts wanting to participate should signup as soon as possible and should be attending ALL meetings for the required training.

This campout requires a lot of adult help to make this happen.  Scouts – get your parents to join us – no prior survival skills are necessary for parents to attend (only YPT training)!

This campout is for ALL Troop 16 scouts.  Click here for more information and signup!

April 2018 Merit Badge College – Sign-up Now Open

Published by under Activities on April 12, 2018

The Troop 16 Merit Badge College will be on Saturday, April 28th 2018 at PUMC

Merit Badges offered: Citizenship in the World, Communications, First Aid, Personal Management, Citizenship  in the Nation, Cooking, Cycling and Camping

Be sure to register early in order to complete course prerequisites. 
See more details and sign up instructions are HERE

Help support Kyle Pearson’s Ronald McDonald House Eagle Project

Published by under Eagle Projects on April 11, 2018

Scouts and Adults come on out and show off your knot tying skills and help support Ronald McDonald House!!!

I will be hosting a workday, to make fleece blankets, as part of my Eagle Project on 4/14 (8:30am to 4:30pm) at PUMC.  A couple of local sewing groups have been kind enough to volunteer their time and skills to help us make 50 fleece blankets that day.    No sewing experience is needed.  There will be opportunities to learn how to sew for those that want too, but mostly we will be tying knots, which is a basic scout skill.

Lunch (pizza) will be provided and we will have a ton of fun!  Please signup at the following link (Blanket Making sign up)

Also, if you are interested in coming to Ronald McDonald House to help cook and server dinner, let me know.  Cooking Day will be April 27th starting at 4pm.


Kyle Pearson

April 10th Troop Meeting

Published by under T16 on April 8, 2018

Hello Scouts and Adults! Here is the agenda for the April 10th troop meeting.

First of all, flags will be done by the Matrix patrol.

Then, we will continue with instruction time which will be about cooking and fire methods.

There will also be cyber chip training during the meeting.

Last but not least, if anyone needs something to be posted to the website, feel free to see me during a meeting or contact me by email via troop track.

See you all Tuesday night!

April Campout – Sand Dunes Signup is Closed

Published by under Camping on April 6, 2018


The April campout will be to one of Colorado’s finest National Parks, The Great Sand Dunes. Join the troop on a weekend that will get sand in your shoes and take a hike to a nice waterfall. For information about the campout and the signup can be found on the informational page.


First Year Scouts Campout is Closed

Published by under Camping on March 27, 2018

You’ve crossed over to Troop 16, you’ve signed the paperwork, now it is time to have your first Outing of Scouting. Join us for the first year overnighter where boys will start down their path of scouting and learn the fundamentals of scout skills. There will also be plenty of information for the new adults. Please refer to the informational page for details and the signup.

Summer Camp 2018

Published by under Camping on March 14, 2018

Bartlett Scout Camp Idaho 

     Troop 16 will be attending Bartlett Scout Camp Idaho July 8th-14th
     for our 2018 Summer Camp.
     More details and signup: HERE

      Payment #2 is due March 27 th $100
      Final Payment is due April 17 th of $115 for scouts

Who will get a pie in their face at the end of this week’s meeting?

Published by under Eagle Projects on March 12, 2018

Just a reminder that this week conclude the fundraising event “Pie the Leadership”.

So, bring your change and help support a great cause, Ronald McDonald House. I’m sure you have
always wanted to see a couple of our leaders wandering around with whipped cream dripping down
their face!

By popular demand, I have decided to offer my smiling face up as a target too if ALL 6 jars meet the minimum $45 by 8pm on 3/13.

See you Tuesday night!
Kyle Pearson

Troop 16 - Parker's High Adventure Troop