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Upcoming Meetings
Tuesday, April 30th - Patrol Leaders Council/Board of Review
- Only scouts in leadership roles and uniformed leaders need to attend.
- Any scouts who have completed a rank AND have had a Scoutmaster conference should contact Mrs. Bazarian to be scheduled for a Board of Review.


Upcoming Activities (for details, click on the "activities" link above)
- April Campout, Friday, April 26th - Sunday, April 28th

- Eagle Court of Honor, Sunday, April 28th at the Sturges Cabin
- The Big Trip to New Hampshire is Friday, June 28 - Sunday, June 30.  Sign up here
Camp Sequassen, July 21st - 27th. Click here for our comprehensive web page and here to see a video.


Service Projects
Scouts are required to volunteer 12 hours of community service each scouting year.  You're encouraged to earn more.  For the comprehensive list of opportunities, click on the "activities" link above.



Parents: Be an Assistant Scoutmaster
While we have a scout run troop, adults are needed to supervise the program.  Please help the scouts make the most of their experience by becoming an Assistant Scoutmaster.  With the cost covered by the troop, the first step is attending the mandatory class, "Intro to Outdoor Leadership Skills".  It will be offered at nearby Hoyt Camp in Redding on April 12th - 13th, or at Deer Lake Scout Camp at Killingworth, Conn. from April 26th - 27th.

In addition to helping scouts, being an ASM will create life-long memories for you.  Please contact our Troop Training Coordinator, Kristine Keaveny, with any questions about ASM training.  For more information about the April 12-13 session, click here, or here for the April 26-27 session.   Thank you for volunteering.



BSA Today
Check out a new series of short videos from Boy Scouts of America about current topics.


Merit Badge Counselors Needed
Our troop needs parents to become Merit Badge Counselors. We need counselors for the following Merit Badges: Citizenship in the Community, Nation, World, Environmental Science, Cooking, First Aid, Emergency Preparedness to just name a few.  There are many many other badges as well.  If you have any interest in becoming a Merit Badge Counselor, please reach out to SM Breitenbach.






The Planned Activities Calendar for the scouting year is available here. Please keep in mind that it may be revised.



Meeting Guidelines

Merit Badge Info

201Troop 76 Parents Guide

Troop 76 Uniform Policy

Frequently Asked
Questions by
New Scouts & Parents

How to Advance in rank, earn a Merit Badge and other useful info

Troop Library

Eagle Scout page

BSA Resource, scouting glossary, etc.

Scout Troops in Ridgefield

Hiking Trails in Ridgefield

Boy Scout application

Youth Protection Training

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Troop 76 is a member of the Scatacook District in the Connecticut Yankee Council, and sponsored by
Jesse Lee Memorial Church, 207 Main St., P.O. Box 441, Ridgefield, CT 06877

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