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 70 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.

U.S. Post Office Food Drive: May 11th from 2:00 PM - 6:00 PM

Posted on Apr 12 2024 - 9:07pm

The National Association of Letter Carriers will conduct their annual Stamp Out Hunger food drive on Saturday, May 11th.  The letter carriers will retrieve food donations from their customers throughout Naugatuck and that food is then brought to the Naugatuck Ecumenical Food Bank.  From that point, it is up to the scouts and volunteers from Scouts BSA Troops #115 & #138 to sort the donations, check dates, stock shelves, etc., just as we do on the second day of our own Scouting for Food drive.

Summer Camp Payment Due Dates

Posted on Mar 17 2024 - 7:43pm

Although we are still in winter, it is time to begin preparations for summer camp.  The Early Bird cost for summer camp is $550.00.  In order to ensure that all of our scouts are eligible for the Early Bird cost, Troop #138 has set the following payment schedule:

Troop Committee Meeting - Thursday, February 29th @ 7:30 P.M. at The American Legion

Posted on Feb 17 2024 - 8:58pm

The Troop Committee will hold a meeting at The American Legion (21 Cedar St  Naugatuck) on Thursday, February 29th starting at 7:30 P.M.  All Committee Members, Program Leaders, and Parents/Guardians are welcome to attend. 

Ion Bank Community Foundation Awards Program

Posted on Feb 17 2024 - 8:58pm

 Troop #138 Scouts & Families:

Please consider using the below link to vote for Troop #138 to receive grant funding from the Ion Bank Foundation.  You must have an Ion Bank account in order vote. 

Camp Workcoeman merit badges

Posted on Dec 9 2023 - 5:50am

Please see attached flyers for merit badge opportunities at Camp Workcoeman

2023 - 2024 Troop Election Results

Posted on Jun 4 2023 - 3:13pm

2023 - 2024 Troop Election Results:

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