Boy Scouts
Troop 907

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Troop 907 has grown by several scouts, and has been very active this fall with several plans in the month of November.

           * In October, the scouts assisted and set up two displays for the successful “Woodbridge Like Me” event on Saturday, October 2.

           *They had fun on the Legends of Fear haunted hayride the evening of Friday, October 15. On Saturday, October 16, scouts camped out with Webelos and Cub Scouts from Pack 902 to help in creating interest in the troop as the boys age into the scouting program.

           *Some scouts attended Merit Badge Bootcamp on October 17 and October 31 to accelerate their rank advancement.

           *On the weekend of October 23-24th, the troop had a minimalist campout and hike along the Appalachian Trail in northwest Connecticut.

           *Woodbridge residents should have received a flyer for Scouting for Food the weekend of October 24- 25. Non-perishable food items were picked up around town on October 30th.

           *The troop also participated in the town sponsored “Trunk or Treat” event on October 31. November dates include Thursday meetings at 7:00 PM in the Parish House on November 4, 11, and 18.

           *Also, the troop is assisting with the Christmas Bazaar 8:00 AM to noon Saturday, November 13 at Our Lady of the Assumption church.

           *The troop's annual Thanksgiving Family Cookout will be held on Saturday - Sunday, November 20 - 21 at Camp Whiting in Woodbridge. Looking to December, the troop is planning a "Winter Freezeout Campout" December 10-12.

As always, any potential scouts of at least 11 years of age, are

welcomed to join the troop!

See for the calendar and more information.

The troop will be rechartering soon for 2022, and it is an ideal time for youth or

adults to join the troop!


Yours in Scouting, Richard Forselius

Troop 907 Committee Chair and Chartered Organization Representative


For more information visit or contact:

Scoutmaster Tom Luciani at

Committee Chair Rich Forselius at B

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call 203-804-3462 or email now:

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Troop 907 Scouts Honor the Fallen

Memorial Ceremony in the Town of Woodbridge

September 11, 2021

Scouts from Troop 907 led the Pledge of Allegiance to honor the fallen heroes and countless victims of the terrorist attack on the United States of America.

This date marked the 20th anniversary of the heartbreaking tragedies taken place on September 11, 2001.


Scouts from Troop 907 camped at Camp Sequassen in New Hartford, CT the week of August 1 - 7, 2021. At the All Faith Service, Ben and Elijah from Troop 907 gave readings to those attending. Daniel ran the mile in the Sequassan-man relay. The troop came in first place in the canoe race, and the troop won the "super troop" award for the week!

Family Picnic and Campout

July 2021

Boy Scout Troop 907 enjoyed a weekend campout at Webb Mountain in Monroe,

Friday - Sunday July 16-19.

On July 17th, they hosted a Summer Family Picnic at

Indian Well State Park in Shelton, CT. 


Boy Scout Troop 907

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Thank you to all who participated in this special event.

More information and troop calendar at

Best wishes,

Richard Forselius

Troop 907 Committee Chair & Chartered Organization Representative

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On the evening of Thursday, May 13th, Scouts from troop 907 placed flags on the graves of all veterans in Woodbridge cemeteries in advance of Memorial Day. Last year's flags were Removed and properly disposed of.
I am so proud of them!
Best wishes,
Richard Forselius



Boy Scout Troop 907
Thanks you for your support!

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Troup 907 Welcomes

New Eagle Scouts

Troop 907 Deer Lake Campout and Fishing


More good news from the First Church of Christ sponsored

Troop 907 which camped at the Connecticut Yankee Council’s

Deer Lake Scout Reservation Camp, located in Killingworth, CT

the weekend of October 3-4.  They thoroughly enjoyed this

beautiful camp and went salt water fishing on the Blackhawk

out of Niantic.  Social distancing, mask wearing and state of CT

and Scout rules and practices were adhered to.  Scouts and

scouters even spotted a submarine in the water not far from the fishing boat. 


They were very successful fishing, catching 47 porgies and

16 striped bass.  Since photos tell a story, you can see what a

great event this was for the scouts, who were all very tired after

                 a fun weekend.  The last photo shows a well-deserved

                 fresh fish dinner.


                    Other events for the troop in October included a haunted                   hayride trop, scouting for food, and instructions on building                   a remote controlled plane.

                    There will be a Camp Whiting Workday November                               8th from 8 am to noon.  The troop will be participating in                       this to help maintain Woodbridge’s own scout camp,                               located across the street from the Darling House.  Work                         includes splitting firewood and general cleanup.  Toward                       the end of November on the 20th – 22nd, the troop will                          hold a campout and Thanksgiving Family Cookout at

                 Camp Whiting in Woodbridge.



Troop 907 continues to meet most Thursday evenings,

recently outdoors at Camp Whiting in Woodbridge,

rather than in the Parish House.  We always ask church

members to consider assisting with the troop, now is

the time. 

More information and troop calendar at

Best wishes,

Richard Forselius

Troop 907 Committee Chair & Chartered Organization Representative

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Boy Scout Troop 907 

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Troop 907 is chartered by First Church of Christ Woodbridge.  We hold regular meetings on Thursday evenings from 7-8:30 PM in the lower level of the Parish House. 

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