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TROOP 310

WELCOMES YOU!

Who We Are

We are Troop 310 made up of scouts from Saco, Old Orchard Beach, and Dayton. We meet every Wednesday at 6:30.

If you are interested in joining our troop, please email cchair@troop310saco.com

Troop 310 is always on the move! 

In the spring of 2022 we went to Washington D.C.! Senator Angus King arranged for us to have a special tour of the Capital Building! We visited museums and monuments and saw many beautiful sites. From there we went to the Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Air and Space Museum where we saw  the Space Shuttle Discovery! Then we ventured on to historic Gettysburg, PA. We hiked to Little Round Top and saw the monument dedicated to the 20th Maine Regiment and explored the battlefields.  

We spent a week in Rhode Island at Camp Yawgoog for Summer Camp. It was Fantasy Week and we dressed as Vikings!  We came in first place for the costume theme contest and second place in the dessert cooking contest. 

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Last Updated - 10/21/22

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RECOGNITION

Bryan on Scouting  recognized Troop 310's website as one of the best of 2019!
Check out some of the best pack, troop and crew websites of 2019

See full article here:

 https://blog.scoutingmagazine.org/2019/12/11/check-out-some-of-the-best-troop-pack-and-crew-websites-of-2019/

 
Troop310, Saco, Maine

Link: troop310saco.com

Why it’s great:

  • A Scout-made utilitarian design that still looks good. The home page includes all the information visitors need at a glance — contact info, meeting time/location, calendar — alongside recent photos from troop events.

  • history page with an Eagle Roll Call of every Eagle Scout so far. The result is a page that recognizes that the troop’s history is still being written every day.

Also cool:

  • Troop 310 has an Adventure Map, built for free in Google Maps, that documents all of the troop’s adventures and places them on a map. What a great way to show prospective members all the potential places they’ll go.

  • Many troops have a past events page, but Troop 310’s version takes it one step further, including a brief writeup of each event. That helps give the photos context and shows new Scouts what’s in store.

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