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 at the Biddeford / Saco Elks Lodge #1597 on Ocean Park Rd. in Saco.
If you are interested in joining our troop, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
2019 was a great year for Troop 310!
The scouts participated in multiple service projects/activities in the community including:
Elks Lodge Car Wash for Veterans; laid flags on Veteran’s graves for Memorial Day; ran water station at Hugs from Haley; volunteered at Old Orchard Beach Winterfest; Saco’s Cops Night Out; helped build a bridge on the Heath Trail with Saco Bay Trails; helped cleanup at Veteran’s Memorial Park in Old Orchard Beach; and participated in the annual Saco River Cleanup
In 2019 the Troop participated in 6 campouts with 12 nights of camping. The Troop also hosted its first Camporee in 10 years with an amazing campout on Old Orchard Beach. We had 350 scouts and scouters camp out with us on the beach. Some of our other memorable outings included: Our high adventure trip to Three Rivers rafting with 17 scouts; 21 scouts slept out on Swan Island in June; 25 scouts attended our January winter campout at Stickney Lodge, with 16 camping outside during a blizzard with a low temp of 8 degrees; 22 scouts attended summer camp at either Camp Hinds or Hidden Valley in NH; 10 scouts participated in our annual Saco River Canoe trip. All totaled, Troop 310 scouts camped a total of 373 nights, with our top scout camping out for a whopping 28 nights.
Upcoming events for Troop 310 B:
Leadership Training - Apr, 10-11
Spring Fling Camporee - May 14-16
Jewell Island - June 4-6
Summer Camp- July 25 - 31
Summer Adventure - Aug
Last Updated - Mar 7, 2021
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Bryan on Scouting recognized Troop 310's website as one of the best of 2019!
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Troop310, Saco, Maine
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.
A 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.
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.