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We meet every Wednesday at 7:00 PM at Jesse Lee Church, 25 Flat Rock Road, Easton, CT 06612
First Wednesdays of each month are planning meetings where the boys plan the month's and future events.  For more information, click the 'Contact us' link on the left.

Flyers for the Gourmet Breakfast

Posted on Feb 18 2024 - 4:11pm

Attached are flyers your scouts can use to promote the gourmet breakfast.

NEW Troop 66 Class B Shirt Order form and additional Troop clothing options

Posted on Feb 15 2024 - 9:19am

Great news!  To celebrate our 100th Troop Anniversary, we have a new troop logo and new troop color!  Special shout out to Sean Connolly and his artwork which celebrates so many of the traditions of Troop 66.  The troop voted, and have chosen GREEN as our new color, which pulls colors from the Easton town seal.

We would like to have every Scout order a Short Sleeve Men's Cut SPF-50 wicking shirt to become our new "Class B" shirt for activities for $22.  This shirt is meant for sports and active wear, with the added benefit of protecting our scouts from the sun during outdoors and water activities.  Parents who are working at the gourmet breakfast may also want to wear a Class B shirt as well.

In addition, to the official "Class B shirt", we are going to offer an opportunity for all our Scout Families to purchase troop swag to be used at troop activities.  These will include:
-Mens SPF-50 Wicking Short and Long Sleeve Shirts in GREEN
-Women's Wicking Short and Long Sleeve Shirts in GREEN. (Note: these are not SPF-50, but likely offer typical sun protection)
-Unisex Zip Sweatshirts in Grey with the 
-Unisex Hoodie Sweatshirts in Grey

We will also offer grey embroidered fleeces with ONLY the left chest embroidered in green with the Troop 66 Logo and the BSA fleur de lis (will need a minimum of 10 to run)
-Mens vest
-Women's Vest
-Unisex 1/4 Zip

In the hopes of having these shirts available in time for the gourmet breakfast, please return your order form and check made out to troop 66 by the February 28th meeting.  

If you have any questions, please reach out to Beth Natt (bethcnatt@gmail.com)

Summer Camp 2024

Posted on Feb 11 2024 - 3:09pm

Dear Sequassen Summer Campers and Leaders:

 

The countdown to summer camp has begun and the Sequassen staff are busy preparing for your Scout’s safe and exciting stay. Summer adventures await, but as the motto suggests, we must “Be Prepared!”

February Ski Trip

Posted on Jan 26 2024 - 12:26pm

 February Ski Trip

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 This is a Family Event.  Parents and Siblings are encouraged to come and ski with us.

Help Name our New Scout District!

Posted on Jan 22 2024 - 11:10am

Merit Badge College Sign up ( 1/27, 2/3 and 2/10)

Posted on Jan 3 2024 - 12:21am
Scouts please sign up using the below link.  ( Must be First Class or higher)
 
There will be an upcoming Merit Badge College, which will take place over the course of three Saturdays (January 27, February 3 & February 10 from 8:30-12:30 on all dates) at Easton Country Day School (660 Morehouse Road in Easton). Attendance at all three work sessions are required. Please check your schedules prior to signing up on your own. There are some conflicts you should be made aware of should you choose to sign up for the Merit Badge College: 1/27 conflicts with Klondike at Sequassen and 2/10 conflicts with the troop ski trip.
 
Class sessions are the following: 8:30-9:45, 9:50-11:05 & 11:10-12:25. Scouts (FIRST CLASS RANK and up ONLY) can register for up to three merit badges (electives and/or eagle-required): American Heritage, Aviation, Citizenship in the Community, Citizenship in the Nation, Citizenship in the World, Communication, Digital Technology, Environmental Science, Family Life, Moviemaking, Personal Management and Space Exploration. 
 
Classes are limited to 15 scouts per session, so signing up as soon as possible is recommended. Many of the popular merit badges are available for up to 3 sessions to accommodate anticipated demand.  Please note* not all merit badges are able to be completed during the three week run. Prerequisites for specific merit badges will be communicated by Council as soon as possible. Registration is currently open and offered on a first-come first-served basis. The cost is $30 per scout.
 
This is the direct link for the Merit Badge College site: slot). https://mycouncil.ctyankee.org/Event/1151 (check under RESOURCES for the individual badges and times). The time slots offered vary for the different badge offerings.
 
 
 

 

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