Welcome to the Troop 737 website! We hope you find our website both useful and practical whether you're interested in joining our troop or already an active member. We have lots of helpful hints for Scouts and parents as well as information about the Timberline District, Denver Area Council, and Boy Scouts of America.

Troop 737 is a “boy-led” troop serving Evergreen Colorado and the mountain communities of Conifer, Morrison, Idaho Springs, and Bergen Park. Through our active boys, active parents, and active leaders; we maintain a fun, safe environment that teaches our youth the values and morals they need to become outstanding citizens in our community and nation.

If you are interested in joining the troop or just want to see what to see what Scouting is all about, please join us at a troop meeting. We meet from 6:30 to 8:15 pm on Monday evenings at Evergreen Lutheran Church on Highway 73.  For more information on the troop, please read About Our Troop.

Thanks for visiting! 

Recent Announcements and Upcoming Activities
 
  • To be included in the Troop 737 group text messages, text @troop737 to 81010. You can opt- out of messages at anytime by replying, 'unsubscribe @troop737'.This is mainly for Scouts but parents are welcome to join.  Click here for more information

  • Summer Camp Meeting Hello Troop 737,   Dave Kramer beat me to this email but Monday night, June 29th, at 6:30 is the summer camp meeting.  Come learn how to get the most out of your summer camp experience.  Learn what needs to be done before and during camp.  Learn how Troop 737 goes to summer camp and hear some terrific insights from adults and scouts who have been many times before.  This is especially important for scouts and parents who have never been to Boy Scout summer camp before.  If this is the first time that your scout is going to Boy Scout summer camp and you cannot make the meeting on Monday please contact me and we can go over ...
    Posted Jun 25, 2015, 7:53 PM by Scout Master
  • Weekly Post, May 17, 2015 Hello Troop 737, Thanks to everyone who helped with the church clean up and the reorganizing of the troop garage and trailer.  Luckily we had both the church and trailer clean up done before the hail started.  We were able to work in the garage while it was raining.  Everything looks a lot better!!   Thank you to everyone who attended annual Troop planning meetingWe have a great set of outings planned for next year including new outings like climbing a 14er, ski trip to Grand Country and a fly fishing trip.  There will some old favorites like Klondike, New Scout Campout and Mystery Campout.  There are also plenty of family outings including the Sand Dunes, Sandhill Crane viewing and ...
    Posted May 17, 2015, 6:08 PM by Scout Master
  • Weekly Post, May 10, 2015 Hello Troop 737, Happy Mother’s Day to all you wonderful Mothers :) Thank you for all you do!! I am afraid the meadow at Flying J Ranch is going to be more like a pond than a field.  So Monday night we will meet at the church at the regular time.  We will do a short program on backpacking and then the scouts will be playing games outside so dress appropriately. Thank you to Mrs. Bly, who is in charge of our Boards of Review, and Mr. Landon, our Advancement chair, for getting through all the rank advancements that came up at last Monday’s meeting.  Scouts please don’t put this off to the last minute.  Next time, I ...
    Posted May 10, 2015, 2:46 PM by Scout Master
  • Schedule changes Hello all, Due to the weather forecast the church has postponed this Saturday’s cleanup day to next Saturday the 16th.  We will also postpone our garage and trailer clean up until next Saturday.  NOTE: the Boundary Waters meeting will still happen THIS Saturday. Also originally the Lost Creek backpacking trip was set for June 19 – 21.  We have moved it back a weekend to June 26 – 28th.  This works better for the leaders of the trip. These changes are all reflected on the troop calendar on the troop website. Have a good weekend and stay dry.
    Posted May 7, 2015, 6:38 PM by Scout Master
  • Weekly Post, May 3, 2015 Hello Troop 737, Thank you to Mr. O’Connor for HALOing (Head Adult Leader Organizer) this weekend’s La Junta campout.  I am sure they had a great time.   Monday night is Advancement night. We will be working on First Aid and Family Life merit badges.  New scouts will be working on Trial to Frist Class requirements.   If you need to finish up a merit badge you are encouraged to contact one of the merit badge councilor that is listed on the website.  There is also a book at the sign in table that lists all the councilors.  Any rank advancement needs to be recorded in the advancement computer by the end of the night to be included in the ...
    Posted May 3, 2015, 6:12 PM by Scout Master
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