Archive for the ‘Survivorman’ Category

Les Stroud Skyp Visit

Posted by Chris Fournier on August 22, 2017

On Tuesday, August 15th, 2017, the troop had a Skype visit with Les Stroud of the Survivorman TV series.  Click here to see the Troop 16 Survivorman video and pictures of the visit.

Additional Summer Camp Spots

Posted by thesees on June 29, 2017

Troop,

I just had two spots open up for this years summer camp.  One adult spot and one youth spot.  The adult spot will need to be a driver.  If you didn’t get signed up and want to attend, here is your chance.  Please contact Mr. See ASAP at thesees@hotmail.com for details.

 

Merit Badge Completion and Upcoming Court of Honor

Posted by cvangel on June 8, 2017

Attention all scouts and parents!! Our Court of Honor is quickly approaching and it’s time to check your merit badge records. Remember that although Tuesday, June 13, will be the official last day to turn in completed blue cards, we are also doing the Summer Troop BBQ that night.  I highly encourage everyone to turn in any completed merit badge blue card(s) to your merit badge counselor this coming Tuesday, June 6. I also still have a number of blue cards in my possession.  Please see me on Tuesday to get your cards to turn them in to your designated merit badge coordinator:

  • Mr. Faust
    • Scouts with last names A – H
    • Contact info: cdfaustjr@hotmail.com
  • Mr. Kamm
    • Scouts with last names I – P
    • Contact info:briankamm@icloud.com
  • Mr. House
    • Scouts with last names Q – Z
    • Contact info: jlhouse1776@gmail.com

It is also strongly recommended for each scout to check his record in TroopTrack to make sure it is accurate before Tuesday night.  If you have any questions on the status of a merit badge, please contact your merit badge counselor or Dr. Veto.

Thank you!

Dr. Veto

2017 Annual Picnic

Posted by Chris Fournier on June 1, 2017

Troop 16,

You worked so hard for Parker Days.  It’s time for a reward!  It’s time again for the Troop 16 annual picnic. Make sure you mark June 13, 2017 on your calendars to enjoy some swimming, hot dogs & hamburgers and fun with fellow Troop 16 members. This event is for the whole family. We are asking families to sign up for planning purposes. To get additional information about what to bring and to sign up, click here.

 

 

 

 

April 2017 – Glenwood Caverns and Adventure Park Campout – Signup is Now Open

Posted by Jeff Gibbs on April 5, 2017

Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park Logo

The April Campout is devoted to camping, a headlamp cave tour in Glenwood Caverns and Adventure Park Admittance. We will be staying on the land owned by the Caverns, and will get a free, private guided headlamp tours in return for a Trash pickup service project.

To find out more about the caves and attractions at Glenwood Caverns, click here.

To find out more and to sign up, click here.

February 2017 – Quinzee building and Tubing – Signup is Now Open

Posted by Jeff Gibbs on February 1, 2017

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The signup is now open to attend the February 2017 campout. The troop will be spending the weekend near Fraser, Colorado. We will be at the St. Louis Creek Campground (link). If there is enough snow, quinzee building will be started Saturday morning, and tubing at Colorado Adventure Park in the evening. Please view the signup page for more information.

Wilderness First Aid Class/CPR & AED Training

Posted by Ryan on February 1, 2017

Troop/Crew 16 is hosting a Wilderness First Aid & CPR/AED training for any adult or scout over the age 14.  You are cordially invited to register for this training/recertification through the following link.  If you took the training in November 2014 then this would be a great time to get recertified.  If you have never taken this training then this would be a great time to get this training.  BSA policy requires at least 1 member be certified both Wilderness First Aid and CPR for any high adventure outing.  Troop 16 policy has been to try and have multiple adults trained so that we can assist each other in any emergency.

The best part is that since we are hosting this event, the cost is reduced for any active Troop/Crew 16 participant to $100.  Please take advantage of this training so that you are ready for any high adventure opportunities in the future.  This could include National High Adventure bases as well as Mini High Adventures.

The Wilderness First Aid training is valid for 3 years and the CPR/AED training is valid for 2 years.  The training will be held here in Parker at Colorado Early Colleges Parker.  The event is Friday, Feb. 10 from 6 to 10pm and Saturday, Feb. 11 from 8am to 8pm.  CPR recertification is from 7 to 8pm on Saturday.  Wilderness First Aid recertification is from 8am to Noon on Saturday.

If you have any questions please contact Ryan Mead.

Jan. 2017 Campout Signup is Now Closed

Posted by Jeff Gibbs on January 3, 2017

The January 2017 campout signup is now open, signups close January 10th, at midnight. The troop will be going back to YMCA of the Rockies to brave the cold weather and try to earn the Polar Bear patch for sleeping in sub-zero degree temperatures. Everyone will stay warm by having lots of fun during the day and playing lots of fun games. Please see the information page for more details and to signup.

12/27/16 no meeting

Posted by joshh on December 23, 2016

There will not be a meeting on 12/27/16.

Toys for Tots Community Service Opportunity

Posted by Sonya Lipman on December 1, 2016

The Pioneer Trails District has teamed up with the Marine Corps to do a Toys for Tots donation event on the 3rd and 4th of December in Parker. This is a great opportunity for service hours.

Hours of Operation:

Saturday hours are in shifts from 8am-12pm and 12pm-4
Sunday hours are from 12pm-4

To get involved and if you have further questions please contact the gentlemen below:

Marine Corps Coordinators:

Kevin Sharp- 720-218-4310 or ksharp0518@gmail.com

Trent Waters- 303-912-8288 or twaters165@gmail.com

Mrs. Lipman

Troop 16 - Parker's High Adventure Troop