Welcome To Troop 42 of New Fairfield!

sponsored by the New Fairfield Lions Club, and a member of the Scatacook District of the Connecticut Yankee Council, Boy Scouts of America.

Join Us!

We are a boy-led troop, offering a Scouting program with emphasis on camping and outdoor skills. Our Scouts actively practice the leadership skills they'll use as adults.  All boys age 11 to 17, in grades 6 or higher, are welcome to join us or to visit a meeting.   Please contact our Committee Chairman or Scoutmaster to arrange your visit to a meeting - we believe you'll become one of our newest members.

News You Can Use:

  • Congratulations to our newest Eagle, Nick D!
  • Stay warm and comfortable as we camp in the cold weather by reviewing the Tips for Cold Weather Camping.  
  • Leaf raking this weekend will start at 12:30 p.m. at 20 Peaceful Dr. and 9 Brush Dr.  Bring a rake, gloves, and an old tarp.
  • Wear a Class B uniform to the meeting on Dec 16.
  • Support the CT Yankee Council - if you make purchases on Amazon, use this link to get to Amazon and the Council will receives a percentage of your purchase.
  • Reminder: Bring your Handbook to the next (and all) meetings
  • Make sure to inform your patrol leaders whether you're going to the Klodike Derby on Jan 16-17.  Patrol leaders: make sure to get a sled.  Prepare for the Klondike Derby by downloading the  2015 Klondike Derby Leader's Guide
  • Annual dues are now due!  Bring your $80 annual dues to a troop meeting.  If paying dues will cause a financial hardship, please speak to the Troop Treasurer.  No boy will be refused because of financial hardship.
  • Parents of new Scouts are encourage to review the Parents page, especially the  Parents Welcome Letter and Handout and the Troop Information and Handbook.
  • Parents, please sign up as a backup driver for one camping trip during the year and update your Annual Motor Vehicle Checklist and return it to our Outdoor Coordinator, who maintains the information in confidential files. 

West Point


 

Lime Rock

Green Island - Candlewood Lake