Welcome to the BSA Troop 840 Website!


We hope you enjoy your stay at our site.  IF you are a VISITOR or a NEW Scout/parent, please see the link near the bottom of the left-hand navigator that will help you get started. If you need additional information beyond that provided, please click on our Contact Us page to send us your inquiry! 

If you are part of Troop 840, and you can't remember how to sign in, send an e-mail to our Troop Webmasters, webmasters@troop840.org. (Note that "webmasterS" is plural!)

Upcoming OA Events

Posted on Sep 9 2014 - 7:18pm
  • Native American Meeting at 7:30 pm, September 18, at VRBC

Attention Eagle Candidates ....

Posted on Aug 22 2014 - 1:31pm

T840 Eagle candidates (and their Eagle coaches): 

Circle 10 Council Advancement Academy

Posted on Aug 8 2014 - 5:38pm

Circle 10 Council is running an Advancement Academy all day on Saturday, November 1, 2014, for those adult leaders are part of their Troop's Advancement team. Details may be found in the T840 calendar event.  

Annual Ceremony for NEW Eagle Scouts ....

Posted on Aug 4 2014 - 7:36pm

US Representative Kenny Marchant holds an annual ceremony honoring NEW Eagle Scouts in his 24th Congressional District at BSA Headquarters. This year, the ceremony is on Thursday, August 7, 2014. See the T840 calendar event for details and pre-registration instructions. Pre-registration is required!  If you got your Eagle Scout rank since August 1, 2013, you are invited!  Immediate family (only) is also invited. 

Traffic Safety and Truck Transportation MB Classes

Posted on Jul 30 2014 - 3:47pm

For those who will NOT be attending the annual T840 planning conference (which is by invitation only for current and past "green bar" leadership members), there is a Merit Badge classes opportunity for the Traffic Safety and Truck Transportation MBs. For more information, click here

New T840 Form for Recording Service Hours

Posted on Jul 27 2014 - 4:26pm

T840 members like to participate in service projects, but it is essential that we record the time Scouts and adults spend on these service projects. To make this easier, we have posted a new T840 Service Hours Form that you can find here or under the Resources section of this web site. Just print off the form, use it to keep track of whoever participates in your service project, and then TURN IT IN TO ADVANCEMENT. Advancement reports all service hours  through Five Trails District to Circle Ten Council and eventually to BSA. 

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