Please donate to the Friends of
the good work of the Connecticut Yankee Council. That's the
Boys Scouts of America (BSA) area office in Milford that makes it
possible for Troop 76 to exist. In addition, Council organizes
and manages Camp Sequassen, trains our uniformed leaders and offers
programs for our troop and 12,000 area scouts.
Here's an animated video that explains Council's critical role.
consider making a tax-deductible donation on-line
here. This form also references a
handy tool to check if your employer offers a matching gift
program. Please make sure that Troop 76 and Scatacook District
are selected on the electronic form.
suggested donation levels but you can choose an amount and even have
the option of spreading out the contribution throughout the year.
If half the troop families donate, we'll get free rank advancement
patches for a year.
Thank you for
making a difference.
Summer Camp at Sequassen
July 20 - 26, 2014. Mark your calendars
and plan to join your friends for a week of fun, activities and the
opportunity to earn Merit Badges.
Service Projects Available
One hour of
Non-Troop Sponsored service is available to scouts willing to
shovel. Ridgefield's Assistant Fire Chief Kevin Tappe is
calling on residents for helping in digging out the town's fire
hydrants. Get details by clicking on the activities link
Remember, scouts need
at least six service hours between the Ski Trip and the Big Trip.
Read our policy
Stay on top
of the schedule by clicking on the "calendar" and
"activities" links near the top of this page.