Boy Scout Troop One was established on November 19, 1919 in Milford, Connecticut and has operated continuously for the past 99 years, which makes it the oldest troop in Milford. The Plymouth Men’s Club of the First United Church of Christ sponsors our Troop.
Troop meetings are held every Tuesday evening (all year round) at the Plymouth Building (18 West Main Street, Milford) from 7 to 8:30 PM. Meetings consist of a variety of activities, such as: Rank Advancement, Merit Badges Classes, Games, Guest Speakers and Field Tours. Our well planned and executed Camping and High Adventure Backpacking trips are well known throughout the Connecticut Yankee Council.
Our Troop is very active and consistently provides a well-rounded Scouting program guided by experienced and knowledgeable youth and adult leaders. By maintaining a superior level of training and participation and living by the ideals of the Scout Oaths and the Scout Law, many of Troop One’s Scouts and Scouters have risen to become leaders in the Milford community.
Community Service is the cornerstone of Troop One! We have provided relief to victims of hurricane Sandy, organize the annual “Thanks For Giving” Food Drive, Collecting Coats & Gloves for the homeless during winter months and distributing water to participants in the Newtown Charity Road Race, just to name a few. In addition, some of our Eagle Scout projects have benefited Public Parks, which have encompassed habitat restoration by planting 75 chestnut trees at Eisenhower Park, Installing Bat houses, Hiking Trail Restoration, and much more.
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Read a wonderful letter of thanks from Denise Morris Curt as it pertains to Troop 1’s scouts and leaders, exemplifying Troop 1’s commitment to community and service. Read the letter!
TTENTION TROOP 1
– ALL scouts going to Nantucket must attend for the shakedown – everyone must have a helmet. We will start at 5:30 at the Plymouth building.. I will bring the trailer to load on the bikes. You will need rides to the trail in Hamden. If you are going directly there, we should be there by 6:15. We hope to be finished by 8:30
This is one of our best trips – scouts must be in the Troop for over a year or bring a parent Right now we will be leaving the Parson’s parking lot at 7:30 on Sunday morning 7/15 to head for the ferry landing. Box truck is on the 12:00 ferry/ vans on the 2:45 ferry. Return trip has the box truck leaving Nantucket on the 6:45 ferry while the vans are leaving at 2:45. The price we be the same as summer camp (this is a fantastic bargain) It is open to the whole troop family. (But it will fill quickly)
NOTE – The current ending time is not confirmed and Mr. Krom should be consulted before making any choices. The ending time was just an estimate of mine.