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Welcome to Troop 156

Boy Scout Troop 156 meets on Wednesdays from 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM usually at the JB Williams Pavilion (outdoors) or in the Gideon Welles School cafeteria. Youth ages 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! 

 

Deer Lake 2021

Mt. Monadnock 2021

 

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

High Adventure 2022

Posted by jditomasso on Jul 31 2022 - 11:59am

8 scouts and 2 adults enjoyed canoeing down the Allagash for Maine High adventure, all of whom enjoyed a two night stay at Camp Krause (many thanks to the Krause family). The scouts braved the white water rapids of the Penobscot River with the assistance of an experienced guide, during which 4 scouts unintentionally went swimming in the rapids. Knees were bumped and water was inhaled, but a good time was had by all.

Next the scouts spent 5 days canoeing from lake Umsaskis to Allagash village, with the help of their guide Jessie. With many early mornings, evening swims, one dog lost and found as well as a Bob. Some rump bumping in fashionable diapers and too many bug bites to count later, they all returned in one piece (mostly). They were welcomed back to base camp by a traditional bean hole dinner dating back to the camps ancient logging days and much needed showers. Lots of fun, reflection, and learning was had by all on this high adventure.

 

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The Allagash

 

Eagle Scout - Harrison Krause

Posted by bvincelette on Jul 20 2022 - 4:48pm

Harrison Krause has completed the requirements of the rank of Eagle.

He worked with Glastonbury First Church to plan, procure and construct two new outdoor benches that will stand the test of time.

Harrison provided leadership to a group of scouts and volunteers through a rigorous construction and building process to meet

The goals of the project. Congratulations Harrison on your tremendous accomplishment!

Camp Yawgoog 2022

Posted by bvincelette on Jul 13 2022 - 4:21pm

It was great to get back to camp Yawgoog for another week of scouting adventure. 20 Scouts and a handful of adults were lead by our SPL(Brady) and our ASPLs(Dylan and James). They had great weather and lots of fun memories as they earned 88 merit badges during week #2. It was monster week.

Although a recount was requested(we had the points and a Cookie Monster cake that went Rogue) we came in second for our bake-off with the help of Mrs. Pagliughi, a secret family frosting recipe and a number of energetic scouts. A couple of other second place finishes were recorded for Troop tournament and Scoutmaster challenge. A third place finish at the water carnival went down to the wire as well. All in all a great week with an overnight trip across the pond, 3 scouts enjoying the inaugural ATV course, an exciting Saturday night show, all while the troop received "Honor troop" recognition.

 2022

 

 

Order of The Arrow Induction

Posted by rmoy on Jun 19 2022 - 12:39pm

Troop156's Newest "Arrowmen" - CONGRATS to Graham, James, and Brady for completing their Ordeal at Camp Mattatuck. They were joined by OA Eastern Region Chief Alex Pillis (a local CT scout) for a Winter Holiday themed celebration. 

2022 Memorial Day Parade

Posted by rmoy on May 30 2022 - 10:24pm

Thanks to Brady, Matthew, Micah, Ryan, and Spencer for marching with Troop540 at this year's Memorial Day Parade down Main Street to the Hubbard Green.  Matthew and Spencer served as Unit Color Guards.  Brady and Ryan served as Division Aides as well.  Great job honored those who paid the ultimate sacrifice serving our country.

 

Block Island Bike Trip - May 2022

Posted by bvincelette on May 24 2022 - 12:45pm

12 scouts and 7 adults took the ferry over to Block Island, RI for a day of biking and adventure. Scouts biked 15 miles as they explored the 10 square mile island. They saw seals, seagull nests and some offshore windmill power. Ice cream was enjoyed by all along with candy from Chapel Street sweets. And, some scouts braved the cold waters just below Mohegan bluffs before their return to the mainland.

 

 

 

 

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