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Welcome to Troop 156

Boy Scout Troop 156 meets on Wednesdays from 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM usually in the Gideon Welles School cafeteria. Boys from 10 to 17 are always welcome to join. Just come by and see us on most Wednesdays. Please check our Calendar or contact us at scoutmaster@troop156.org, because we’re often out camping or having fun in some other way!

 Signup night is Wednesday Sept 6th, 2017 from 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM in the Gideon Welles School cafeteria

Yawgoog Tournament Champions 2017

Yawgoog Tournament Champions 2017

Klondike Derby 2016

AT Hike 2014

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 In front of the George Washing Bridge on the '14 Urban Hike

 

 

Our chartering organization is
The Congregational Church
in South Glastonbury.

Scouts of all Faiths
in our Troop

Yawgoog Re-cop

Posted by jditomasso on Jul 16 2018 - 11:20pm

This will be the last eblast of the summer.

  • Troop 156 was once again the WINNERS of the Troop tournment!!!!  
  • The weather was awsome.
  • Brad Sobelman somehow got Troop 156 to MARCH at the dress parade (truely amazing).
  • A lost and found will be in a beige box on the side of the Scoutmasters house (310 E. Opal Dr).  Please be careful around the construction debris.
  • More photos can be found at: https://photos.app.goo.gl/imWfA7KEUcKr4Mgh6.  I believe that this link will allow you add your own photos. 

Troop 156 was once again victorious!!!!! WINNERS OF THE 2018 Yawgoog Troop Tournement!!!!!

A good time was had by all!

Sunrise on Yawgoog Pond, on the morning of Friday the 13th.   Jason was nowhere to be seen :-).

Yawgoog Bank

Posted by jditomasso on Jul 1 2018 - 1:02pm

At Yawgoog, most boys bring some money with them, and we encourage you to deposit with our adult leaders in our “bank” (which is a locked box in the middle of our campsite).  Many boys buy some candy, hammock, or souvenirs, and some need to buy materials for craft merit badges like leatherwork, wood carving, Basketry, or Indian Lore.  You may bring cash and hand it to Eric Johnson at check-in.  Alternatively you may send in advance via VENMO to cell 860-916-3569 or www.venmo.com/Eric-Johnson-462 or using Peoples Person2Person pay ericwaynejohnson@hotmail.com 

Scouts generally bring about $20 for the week for snacks & small souvenirs, more if they are going to buy a hammock.  

Below are the "crafty" merit badge costs. These costs depend upon the projects that the Scout chooses.  

  • Basketry ($6-13)
  • Leatherwork ($1-8)
  • Indian Lore ($10-23)
  • Woodcarving ($4.50-8).  

Neipsic Recap

Posted by jditomasso on Apr 30 2018 - 9:56pm

A scout sleeps under his emergency prepardness shelter.... 1 of 2 made this weekend.  As this was an advancement campout, we had 2 scouts rank up, and well as 6 scouts on the verge of ranking up. 

Soup Kitchen Recap

Posted by jditomasso on Apr 30 2018 - 9:40pm

On Wednesday, Troop 156 once again served dinner to 125 people at South Park Inn soup kitchen. Leo D., Jayden T. and Dylan V. shopped, cooked and served the dinner which fulfilled their 8 hour community service requirement for Citizenship in the Community merit badge and Brady M. and Rishi B. helped serve the dinner. As always, the scouts had such an enriching experience and the people who were served were extremely appreciative and impressed with the scouts. A huge thank you to Bill and Shannon Vincelette for helping with shopping and cooking the dinner and Joe Arborio and Mike Tenney for helping the scouts serve the dinner!  If you are interested or have any questions regarding the next soup kitchen please contact me at ajarborio@hotmail.com. - Alison Arborio

D.C Recap

Posted by dditomasso1 on Apr 15 2018 - 10:04pm

13 scouts went on a 4 day trip to Washignton D.C and saw Vice President Mike Pence, met CT Senator Chris Murphy, saw the cherry blssom trees in peak, saw the Libary of Congress, and much much more.

See more pictures at Google Photos or Google Drive

Tents & Patrol Buckets

Posted by jditomasso on Mar 30 2018 - 1:59pm

Please bring the Patrol Tents and Buckets to the Troop Meeting on Wednesday, so that the folks going on the DC trip can use them.

Thank you.

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