Caleb Stuart – Eagle Scout!

Published by under Eagle Scouts on September 24, 2019

Congratulations to Caleb Stuart!  On September 16th, Caleb became Troop 16’s 142nd Eagle Scout. Caleb’s Eagle Scout Project was making a barn door for the Son and Reins Ranch.


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Jeremy Burks – Eagle Scout!

Published by under Eagle Scouts on September 24, 2019

Congratulations to Jeremy Burks!  On August 22nd,  Jeremy became Troop 16’s 141st Eagle Scout. Jeremy’s Eagle Scout Project was making tug ropes and dog leashes out of paracord for the Freedom Service Dogs of America.

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Feed My Starving Children 9/27 – 9/29

Published by under Activities on September 23, 2019

Our parent organization is again having a mobile pack for Feed My Starving Children 9/27 – 9/29. This is a great event to help pack meals for children who are starving in other countries. It’s a ton of fun and you can earn service hours for volunteering. Please signup at:

Popcorn Season is here!

Published by under Popcorn on August 20, 2019

It’s time again for our annual popcorn sale! Order forms were distributed at the August 6, 2019 meeting and will be available throughout the popcorn season. Please look at the 2019 Popcorn Page at for important information and popcorn related dates. You can sign up for Show N Sells and Storms at All scouts should create an account at in order to receive prizes for their sales. This is a new requirement this year.

Tour de Cure Signup is live!

Published by under Activities on August 20, 2019

The Troop is helping out with Tour de Cure on September 7, 2019. The event needs help with keeping the grounds clean and holding flags at the start and finish lines. You can either earn service hours or money for your scout account. For more information and to sign up, please go to

Camporee Sept 20-22, 2019

Published by under Camping,T16 on August 20, 2019


Troop 16 will participate in the Denver Area Council Camporee Sept 20-22 at Peaceful Valley Scout Ranch. The sign up is open now. Please register only on TroopTrack  (Please do not sign up on the Council’s camporee website). The fee is more than usual but includes the council’s $35 camporee fee plus the troop’s normal camping fee to cover meals.  Questions?  Contact the camp host, Rob Beyerly, or click on the link to learn more!


Scout Day with CU Buffs

Published by under T16 on August 19, 2019

November 9, 2019 is Scout Day with the CU Buffs football!  Tickets start at $30 for the Buffs homecoming game vs. Stanford.

Each scout in attendance will receive a unique Colorado Football patch and be invited down on the field for a recognition segment. Tickets start at $30 with $5 from every ticket sold going back to the Denver Area Council.
This is an individual event. See the flyer attached for more details and the link to purchase tickets.   2019-scouts-flyer-dac
Looks like a fun way to spend a Saturday!

Mt. Democrat Campout

Published by under Camping,T16 on August 11, 2019


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Reach new heights! Come and climb a 14er on the next campout. Earn a Fourteener Club patch or a star! We will camp near by and learn to use backpacking stoves. We will also focus on learning outdoor ethics. Sign up closes on 8/13. Email Mr. Smith with questions.


Sign Up here by Aug 13:



Avery B – Eagle Scout

Published by under Eagle Scouts on August 7, 2019

July 23rd, 2019 will be a memorable day for Avery B as he became the 140th Eagle Scout that has come from Troop 16.  For his Eagle Project, Avery made  and purchased calming products for children with Autism through Firefly Autism.

Great Job Avery!

Parker Brewfest

Published by under Community Service on August 2, 2019

PARKER BREWFEST – SATURDAY AUGUST 17, 2019 For the 3rd consecutive year, the Cherry Creek Valley Rotary Club has asked Troop 16 for our help during Parker Brewfest. This fundraising event allows the Rotary Club to provide financial assistance to local charitable and community causes as well as to international projects.

We are looking for both adult and scout volunteers to work 4 hour shifts on Saturday and in return you will have money deposited in your scout account. Based on last year’s results each shift worked by either an adult or a scout equated to about $50 in your account!

Our duties include bringing ice to the vendors throughout the event, filling and emptying water containers at each vendor station, trash duty, and helping with the setup and breakdown of the event.

If you have any questions you can contact Chuck Carboni (, otherwise please use the link below to sign up:

Troop 16 - Parker's High Adventure Troop