Troop 10 has been part of the Meriden, CT
community for over 50 years. It has a strong tradition of
outdoor activities, and camps throughout the year in the
Northeast. Its members are of diverse ages and backgrounds,
and, along with our adult leaders, are committed to
Scouting’s values of leadership, service to community, and
outdoor skills. Our troop welcomes anyone interested in
scouting regardless of race, religion, or national origin.
Like all good Scout Troops, Troop 10 is a
"boy led, boy run" unit - our youth members choose our
annual activities program, and run the meetings and
campouts. Older Scouts are primarily responsible for
instructing and mentoring younger Scouts as they learn and
advance in the program. Our Scouts learn leadership by
actually practicing leadership! The adult leaders provide
safety, security, and advancement opportunities, not to
mention coaching along the way.
We have a dedicated corps of adult leaders
serving our Scouts. Our scoutmasters understand the
importance of their roles in providing guidance, leadership,
growth opportunities and mentoring to our scouts. The skills
and experiences of leadership are carefully crafted under
Emphasize scouting skills and spirit.
Provide a positive environment for
learning and advancement.
Focus on enjoying the outdoors through
camping, hiking, and backpacking.
Practice Patrol method with boys leading