Welcome to Troop 820


Troop 820 is part of the Ohio Valley District inside the Simon Kenton Council.

We hold meetings every Monday night from 6:45 pm to 8:15 pm at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church in Grove City, Oh. Our charter sponsor Our Lady Of Perpetual Help Parish proudly supports our troop.

Please join us in thanking the both OLPH Parish and KofC 4603 for making all of this possible.

If you wish to join or have any questions, please contact us.

As Summer comes to a close.

As we near the end of summer, we need to take a moment and reflect back on what we accomplished in the past few months.

Summer camp was a blast and we were blessed with better than average weather. We brought back with the same number of boys that we took down. And, we got to know some of our first year scouts a little better. All the scouts made great progress toward their individual advancement. Now they must focus on what they need to complete in order to achieve rank. Should be a piece of cake.

Everyone will be starting back to school in the coming days and weeks and we are seeing the beginning of fall sports. It has always been our feeling that the boys should experience all that they can and we would never hold lack of attendance during a sports season against them and encourage those playing whatever to fit ina meeting or a Saturday outing in when they can. The troop is going to be here for them.

Its coming !!!!!!! Look for details.

Please respond to the news letter in your mailbox about the Parish Festival.

2014 Mulch Sale Was a Great Success

Thank you for supporting our Troop!!

The Mulch Sale turned out bigger then we could have imagined.

Way to go scouts and many thanks to all the parents for their help and assistance with the delivery of 48 pallets of mulch….thats nearly 3500 bags. We also sold about a 100 gift cards totaling nearly $6000.

Notifications of individual scout earnings will be forthcoming but we did not want to wait too long to offer hearty congratulations for a job well done.

Extra special thanks to the Forestas for the use of their pick-up and trailer. Without it, we would still be delivering mulch. Mr. Schulze also deserves a heaping helping of gratitude as he gave up most of his spring break for the sake of mulch.

Next year we will take what we have learned from this year to improve our processes and experience.

Thanks to all. A lot of camp will get paid for with what we accomplished.