BSA Troop 146

Heading into the spring Troop 146 will be holding both in-person meeting and events, while still observing safety best practices. See calendar for more details. Scout leaders will continue to monitor and re-evaluate the COVID-19 pandemic situation, and will keep parents and scouts informed of troop activities.

See a full listing of all Connecticut River Council events.

Historical Trip (April/May)
End of the Year Awards and Picnic (June)
Scout Summer Camp (June)
Summer Adventure (July)


Another great trip for 146.  Everyone was able to hook multiple fish and all scouts met many badge requirements. One scout, Simeon, who thought his luck had run dry after not catching anything on numerous fishing trips was able to turn his luck around and earn his fishing badge. We celebrate each catch and congratulate those that were able to advance toward their rank goals. Well done!

Carpooling Policy - An inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists in any public place, including car rides. For the safety of our members, and the best interest of all our Troop, we ask that scout families comply with our carpool guidelines. Thank you.

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Troop activity each month (generally)
Opening Ceremony (September)
Pumpkin Unloading (September)

Fall Campouts


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Calendar Highlights

Deep Sea Fishing with Troop 146!

Meetings are held outdoors most Thursdays from 6:30-7:45 p.m. prior to daylights saving, and 7:15-8:30 p.m. afterwards indoor.