Welcome to Troop 138 of Naugatuck, CT!

We warmly welcome your interest and hope this website can answer many of your questions about Boy Scouting as well as illustrate the positive energy we have here at Troop 138.  If you are new to Scouting or are advancing from a Cub Scout Pack and looking to visit or  interview Boy Scout Troops, everyone in our Troop 138 family is always willing to answer your questions or show you around.  This includes our Boy Scouts, parents, Troop Committee, Merit Badge Counselors, Assistant Scoutmasters, and Scoutmaster.  All interested youths and their family all welcome to attend any meeting at any time and experience the family-oriented culture we cultivate and are proud of here at Troop 138.  

Boys are eligible to enjoy their Boy Scout journey between the ages of 11 and 18.  The highest BSA rank is the Eagle Scout and this must be achieved no later than a Boy Scout's 18th birthday.  Troop 138 has proudly seen 28 of our Scouts earn the rank of Eagle Scout.  While an Eagle rank has many personal benefits throughout the course of a lifetime, there is much to gain from the Boy Scout journey itself.  Scouting offers and provides lasting life skills and friendships, leadership skills, community and diversity appreciation, adventure, development of interests and skills, strengthening of families, recognition of our duty to God and our country, an opportunity to spend a good part of the growing years in an all-around positive place ... and so much more.  It will encourage our boys in all the right ways through good role models, reinforcing positive qualities of character and creating a sense of belonging. 

Enjoy your visit to our website and we hope to see you soon!  Related Links:  ABOUT US and 138 PARENTS and 138 EAGLE SCOUTS.

Scouts - Leaders - Parents Volunteers Needed

Posted on Feb 21 2015 - 11:01pm

NEON Free Community Dinner

February 28 - Saturday  at  St. Michaels Parish Hall

There are several opportunities to contribute your time on this day - help set-up the hall, help serve dinner, help clean-up, help in the kitchen (adults only).

Volunteer Time Slots:

Set-up 2:30PM - 4:30PM

Service 5 PM - 7 PM

Clean-up 7 PM - (until we’re done)

Kitchen 2:30 PM - 7 PM

See Mr. Puc for the sign-up sheet or contact at bernpuc@gmail.com or (203) 720-2055


Summer Camp - JN Webster July 5th - 11th, 2015

Posted on Feb 2 2015 - 5:53pm


This year Troop 138 is heading to JN Webster in Ashford, CT for summer camp the week of July 5th through July 11th, 2015.  There will be swimming, troop activities, and tons of merit badges to choose from. 

January Campout Photo Album Available

Posted on Jan 26 2015 - 9:33am

Winter Fun

See photos from the January campout.

2015-01-23 - January Outing


Brian Mill's Star Scout Project

Posted on Jan 14 2015 - 9:32pm
WHAT - Picking up winter cemetery boxes for St. Vincent Ferrer Church

WHERE - Meet at St.James Cemetery on Cross St. in Naugatuck

WHEN - Sunday, February 1st at 9:00 am to around 12:00 pm

HOW - We will only need 15 scouts and 2 adults with pickup trucks. The scouts will collect the non-heavy plastic winter cemetery boxes at the cemetery and loading them into trucks to be driven
to St.Vincents church

WHY - This will help the church recycle the the boxes

Snacks will be provided!

Scouts can be picked up at the family center behind the church, not at the cemetery. The address for the church is 1006 New Haven Road, Naugatuck. (Next to Walmart)

Thank you!

How To Make A Kuranda Bed (Austin's Project)

Posted on Jan 13 2015 - 10:02pm

Video Link: Kuranda Bed Construction

Cape Cod Sea Camps Family Camping & Cycling Trip

Posted on Jul 8 2014 - 12:09pm

Cape Cod Sea Camps - Troop 138 Family Camping and Cycling Trip

 May 15th to 17th, 2015

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