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Weston Cub Scout Pack 75
(Boys in Grades K-5)


Weston Boy Scout Troop 788
(Boys in Grades 6-12)

Cub Scouts are each a member of the Pack and of a smaller unit ("Den") made up of boys in the same grade, which meets monthly with a parent volunteer Den Leader. All dens also meet together at the monthly Pack meeting.


Interested in Joining Scouts?

Come check us out at Campy Hoyt
Marchant Rd., Redding - In the Jackson Pavilion

June 3, starts at 4 pm

Come for any or all
of the games, rockets, hike, dinner & campfire

Contact Us




Memorial Day Weekend Events

Memorial Day Fair Booth: May 27 and 28

Sign-up here to man Pack's booth


Marching in Memorial Day Parade:  May 29

RSVP to march with Pack 75


Annual Spring Campfire & Optional Overnight

Camp Hoyt, Jackson Pavillion
Marchant Rd., Redding

Click to Register & More Info


  Support Weston Volunteer Fire Dept.

Cub Scouts Charter Sponsor!


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Weston’s only BSA troop, Troop 788, has been an active member of the community in Weston CT since 1943.  The Troop meets weekly Monday evenings 7:00-8:00 PM at the parish hall of Norfield Congregational Church, in Weston. There is generally at least one outdoor event each month, for example; white water rafting, snow skiing, bike riding, hiking, rock wall climbing, camping; and various community service projects. Troop 788 attends BSA’s Camp Sequassen in early July as a troop, with other weeks open for independent provisional campers.

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Pack 75 and Troop 788 are members of the Connecticut Yankee Council (Pomperaug District), Boy Scouts of America:  www.CTYankee.org





Scouts in Action



New skills, talents, interests, abilities.

Self and role relationships.
The World & Environment.


Games, sports, crafts, hikes, tours.
Drama, singing, public speaking.
Creating, designing, building.
Civic duty, philanthrophy.


Peer, Family & Community Relationships.
Confidence, assurance, esteem.
Conscience-- personal & civic.

Cub Scout Promise
I (name), promise to do my best
To do my duty to God and my country,
To help other people, and
To obey the Law of the Pack

The Cub Scout follows Akela.
The Cub Scout helps the pack go.
The pack helps the Cub Scout grow.
The Cub Scout gives goodwill.