We meet Mondays from 7:15 - 8:30
under the clocktower at 180 Samuel Blvd, Coppell TX.

Check out our troop video at  http://youtu.be/IG6kFaCjG6c

Five Trails Merit Badge College: Saturday Sept. 19th

Posted on Aug 27 2015 - 1:10pm

There is a Five Trails District Merit Badge College on Sat Sept 19th hosted by Troop 845 at Coppell Bilble Fellowship. If you are interested in attending go now to the website linked below to reserve your spot. This will be a great opportunity to start on up to two MBs. Amongst their offering are eight Eagle required classes. They also have an additional eight other merit badges.

When: Saturday September 19th, 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Where: Coppell Bible Fellowship @ Sandy Lake & Freeport

Regsitration: Each Scout will need to register on their own by clicking here.

Blue Cards: The Merit Badge College requires each Scout to have a signed blue card when they attend. Once you register at the link below, please send Mrs. Chennupati (k_chennupati@yahoo.com) information on which Merit Badge(s) you have registered for so we can have blue cards ready for you at the next meeting. You will need to pick them up and get them signed by Mr. Ellinger before you attend the Merit Badge College.

St. Ann Community Carnival

Posted on Aug 27 2015 - 12:38pm

Signups for the St. Ann Community Carnival Community Service has begun!  

Sign Up Now!

Each year, Troop 841 provides a valuable community service to hundreds of guests attending the St. Ann Community Carnival. Our community service involves handling one of the most important aspects of the carnival: arranging and directing vehicle parking.  Click the 'read more' link below for more details...  

Troop Meeting Agendas

Posted on Aug 27 2015 - 9:10am

Each week at our troop meetings, the plan for the evening will be detailed on the corresponding day's entry on the TROOP WEBSITE CALENDAR. Specific roles will be assigned to each patrol and will rotate on a weekly basis.

Each patrol will have meeting assignments as follows: 

Leadership Applications Due

Posted on Aug 7 2015 - 10:11am
We will be holding our bi-annual youth leader elections in a few weeks on Monday, August 17th.  Prior to the formal election, you need to decide if you want to put your name on the ballot for one of the elected positions (Senior Patrol Leader or Patrol Leader) or if you want to be considered for one of the appointed positions (Asst. SPL, Quartermaster, Scribe, Webmaster, etc.).   

A .PDF document summarizing the many leadership positions that are available was provided by email on August 7.  

Leadership Position Final Assessments

Posted on Jul 10 2015 - 9:32am
For current PLC members,
Please give a copy of your final self-appraisal to Mr. Ellinger by Sunday July 19.  A printed copy would be appreciated.  We are getting close to the end of the current leadership position term, which ends in August. 
When writing your self appraisal, make your statements clear and use good writing skills.  Start early and give yourself enough time to do a good job - don't put it off and rush at the last minute.   
The next PLC meeting is also on July 19, at 2:00 pm at Mr. Ellinger's house (470 Forest Ridge Drive).  You can turn in your final self appraisal at that time. 


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