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ยป Upcoming Events:
 November 7: Congregational Church Clean-up
November 20 - 22: Boston Freedom Trail
December: Shooting Camporee
December 13: Bake Sale 10am - 2pm
January 29 - 30: Klondike
February 20: Bake Sale and Pasta Dinner Ticket Sales 10am - 2pm
February: Deep freeze / cold weather cooking
March 4 - 6: Cabin trip
March 18: Pasta dinner
March TBD: Shakedown hike
April: April on the AT!!
May: TBD
June 26 - 27: Block Island
July: TBD
July 31 - August 7: Yawgoog!!!

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Guess What? We were 1 of 4 troops to recieve this award from 2009-2010. Just Click the link, and scroll to the chart to see.

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The New Fairfield Lions Club


Troop Meetings
7:00 - 8:30 Tuesday Evenings - following the New Fairfield School schedule.  Meetings are held at the New Fairfield Congregational Church at 20 Gilotti Road. There are, also, "Green Bar Meetings" on the third Tuesday of each month. They start at 6:30 p.m., and are meant only for patrol leaders, and other scout leaders. All patrol leaders, and scout leaders are expected to come. Click the following link for a map.

Congregational Church Map

Committee meetings

7:00p.m. on the third Wednesday of each month.

Troop Size
25 Total Scouts

Safety and Guidance
Youth protection and safety guidelines are strictly adhered.  At least 2 adult leaders are present at every outing. 

Camp outs and outings are planned for each month during the school year.  Recent outings have been to Great Adventure Scout Weekend, hiking the Boston Freedom Trial, the Rhode Island Air Show, and several skill-building weekend camp outs.

Summer Camp
Our troop has been attending Yawgoog Scout Reservation for 20+ years.  This highly rated camp provides an excellent opportunity for learning scouting skills, advancement, and training.  Our annual summer camp week, which is generally the last week of July, is well attended by Scouts, parents, and adult leaders.

High Adventure
We conduct an annual High Adventure trip for the older Scouts (14 and above).  Recent high-advent
ure trips have taken us canoeing in Alaska, being the crew of our own 68 foot sail boat in the Bahamas, mountain climbing in Colorado, and hiking in the Philmont Scout Ranch in New Mexico. 


We conduct several fundraisers during the year, with profits being directly assigned to the Scouts to be applied toward Scouting costs such as dues, summer camp, etc. An example of a fundraiser the Scouts participate in is the Popcorn Sales, thanks to Trails End®.

Parental Involvement
Parents are welome and encouraged to bring their skills and support to Troop 137.  Parental involvement has proven to have a direct affect on a scout's success in the Boy Scouting program.  All parents as encouraged to participate in Troop activities, though parental involvement is not a condition of your son's involvement in the troop.