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Welcome to Troop 140's website.  We are an active Scout Troop serving the Scouts of Watertown and Oakville. Our Troop meets every Thursday night from 7 PM - 8:30 PM in the St. Mary Magdalen Church Hall between the 1st Thursday in September and the 1st Thursday in June.  

Interested in Joining?  Scouts is for youth who are 11 years old, or one who has completed the fifth grade or earned the Arrow of Light Award and is at least 10 years old, but is not yet 18 years old.  Additional information can be obtained by emailing william.fitzpatric@sbcglobal.net  or clicking on the "Contact" option on the left side of this web page.  If you are not yet old enough to join Boy Scouts, we encourage you to consider joining Cub Scout Pack 140.  www.pack140ct.com

Mission Statement: The mission of the Boy Scouts of America is to prepare young people to make ethical and moral choices over their lifetimes by instilling in them the values of the Scout Oath and Law. 


Posted on Jan 30 2023 - 8:50pm

This Saturday we are heading to the Norfolk Curling club with a very special invitation to be taught the sport of Curling. We have to be there for 11:00AM. We will leave from Saint Mary Magdalen Church at 10:00AM. I have sent you a separate email telling what is expected of us. One is the Waiver your parents have to sign and then what we need to wear from sneakers to what type of clothing. The Troop will treat you to a free Lunch. After Lunch we should be back at  Saint Mary Magdalen Church for 2:30. copy of waiver is attached. We have invited the Webelos from Pack 140 to join us. 


Posted on Jan 30 2023 - 8:49pm

February 16th Mrs. Mancini will be teaching the Textile Merit Badge. She has someone coming in to teach us how to weave and make felt.


Posted on Jan 30 2023 - 8:32pm

What a day at the Klondike. The weather was picture perfect. The temps almost made it to 50 degrees. At our Thursday meeting we worked on finishing our tent pegs and Mr. Bernier reviewed starting a fire and how and what to cook at the Klondike cooktown. Thanks to Pete, Chris, and Mark for running the Sawmill station. The scouts told us it was a fun station. Scouts love playing with knives, axes, and saws. The great weather had many patrols finishing early. A total of 44 patrols competed in the Klondike Derby. A few patrols from Massachusetts competed. Thanks Mr. Bernier for a great program at Camp Mattatuck.


Posted on Jan 30 2023 - 8:32pm

We have over 20 people signed up to tend the Pit fires at the festival. Thanks to all that signed up. The attached flier has all the info. We will set up a time sheet for when people will tend to fires. Mr. Work is working on getting us inside with a table to promote Scouting and getting kids to join our troop. Remember to invite family and friends.


Posted on Jan 30 2023 - 7:57pm

9 people have joined our Team. Troop 140 heads down to NYC every first Sunday in May to tour the 5 Boros of NYC. This year it is May 7th. It is called Bike New York 5 Boro Bike Tour. It is not a race. It is a leisurely bike ride through the 5 New York Boros. All the roads are closed to traffic. Registration opens this Wed at 12 noon. If you feel you would like to join us on this great adventure please register online. Our group name is Troop 140 Oakville. Several have registered with our team. Remember, everyone must register on their own. We usually leave around 7:00AM from Saint Mary Magdalen Church. Travel to Circle Line Pier next to the Intrepid Aircraft Carrier on 42nd Street and Hudson River Parkway Route 9. Drive takes 90 minutes. We unload our bikes use bathrooms, pedal up to 6th ave. Manhattan and join the other cyclists. Head up 6th ave. through Central Park, through Harlem, then Queens, Brooklyn, over the Verrazano Bridge into Staten Island. In Staten Island there is a festival for all of us. Everyone gets a beautiful completion medal. We board the Staten Island Ferry back to Battery Park. Bike tour is complete. We all usually finish around 2:00PM. We usually find a restaurant to have a nice meal and talk about our adventures. Everyone usually has a great story. There are rest stops every 10to 15 miles. They have bathrooms and tons of snacks, Bananas, pretzels, nuts, energy bars, etc. The tour is about 42 miles and is considered one of the easiest and flattest bike tours. Getting over the bridges is where you will encounter hills. Any Questions talk to me. Mr. Fitz invite family and friends. Go online and register. 


Posted on Jan 30 2023 - 7:55pm

We are working on a date for Ice Skating at the Sports complex in Stratford with a tour following public skate. The cost is $15.00. Public Skate is only on Friday nights. We will pick a date for February.

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