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Join your friends on the annual Troop 76 Heritage Trip
March 24th - 26th

This year, we're visiting historic Philadelphia.  Includes tours of The Liberty Bell, the Betsy Ross House, Independence Hall, a private ghost tour and an old penitentiary.  For details on this fun trip and to sign up, click on the "activities" link above.



Upcoming Meetings:
Tuesday, March 28th - PLC Meeting
Meeting will be at 7:00 p.m. in the Carriage House

Unless otherwise noted, all meetings will begin at 7:30 p.m. in Martin Hall.



Parents: We need Assistant Scoutmasters

The troop is seeking adults to become Assistant Scoutmasters (ASM's) so that we have adequate scout supervision and assistance at meetings and trips.  ASMs aren't required to camp out or attend every Tuesday meeting.  What's most important is a commitment to help our troop remain successful.  While we strive for a scout led troop, the reality is that Troop 76 can't offer a strong scouting program without adult volunteers. 


BSA volunteers help scouts...your sons...become successful, independent and morally strong adults.  Here's what a Chicago Tribune columnist wrote recently about the value of scouting, "At a time when video games and smartphones have dominated youths' lives, Scouting is a way to teach young men pivotal life skills."  Read her article here.


Without adequate adult coverage, the troop faces the possibility of cutting back on the fun events and trips.  Please get involved.  Take the first step by contacting Troop Committee Chair Jodie Francis.


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

How to become an Eagle Scout

BSA Resource, scouting glossary, etc.

Scout Troops in Ridgefield

Places to Hike
   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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