WELCOME!   New Scouts
Uniform and Equipment Check List
Supplied by Troop 67
Troop Unit Numbers
Shoulder Epaulets
Troop 67 White Neckerchief
Patches for rank advancements, merit badges & special events
Most Camping Gear (see below for personal camping items) 

Purchase from Scout Shop
Official Boy Scout Tan Shirt
Official Boy Scout Green Pants
Official Boy Scout Green Shorts (optional)
Official Boy Scout Green Socks
Official Boy Scout Uniform Patches:
     CT Yankee Council Patch
     World Crest
     Arrow of Light &/or Religious Knot (if earned as a Cub Scout)
     Patrol Patch (assigned by SPL, optional)
Neckerchief Slide
Boy Scout Book and Cover

Purchase from Troop 67
Troop 67 Hat
Troop 67 Class B T-shirt
Troop 67 Sweatshirt (optional)

Personal Camping Equipment for Campouts
Sleeping Bag (15-20 degree recommended)
Sleeping Pad (reccommended)
Rain Coat (pants optional)
Hiking Boots
Flashlight
Mess Kit: Plate, Bowl, Cup, Fork, Knife, Spoon
Water Bottle
Personal First Aid Kit
Compass
Personal Gear
Become a Scout – It’s fun! 
Troop 67 welcomes new boys any time of the year. You must be 11-17 years old and have completed 5th grade (or earned the Cub Scout Arrow of Light Award). Bring your parents to a meeting and check us out. You don’t even need to live in Trumbull or attend Nichols Church.

When Do You Meet?  We have our weekly meetings 7:00 - 8:30 pm on Wednesday nights in Fellowship Hall of Nichols United Methodist Church in Trumbull.

We also go on optional campouts or outings once a month throughout the school year. For those who like to camp, earn more merit badges or advance in rank, you can attend summer camp for a week at Camp Sequassen with our troop in July.

What does it cost?
Annual Dues are currently $125 payable in September.  If you join mid-year, after crossing over from Webelos, the dues are $60 for half the year.

Campouts (optional) are $10 per person, checks paid to Troop 67 to reserve your spot. $10 cash grub money is collected by the Patrol Grub Master at troop meeting before the campout in order to buy the food.

Special Events, Outings & Summer Camp (optional) - As announced throughout the year

​Fundraising
A Scout is thrifty, so each Scout is encouraged to financially support his career. Fundraising opportunities available through the troop raise money for individual Scout accounts, such as Stop & Shop Gift Cards & 
Christmas Wreath Sales

Troop Uniform Exchange Box
Available at Troop Meetings
Take something you need, Please give something that doesn't fit

Scout Shop
CT Yankee Council
60 Wellington Rd
Milford CT 06460
203-876-0013

Scout Stuff Website
Official Retail Site of BSA
Look for great deals in the Closeout Catalog
www.ScoutStuff.org
800-323-0736


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