Camp Sequassen - Summer 2014

Court of Honor Event - Hubbard Park - July 8, 2013
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Troop 10 scouts completed a food drive on March 11, 2013 to benefit the Meriden Soup Kitchen and the New Opportunities of Greater Meriden Food Pantry. A total of 121 lbs. of non-perishable food was collected. Great job!

On August 1-5, 2012 Troop 10 went on its annual river trip to Maine's St. Croix River.  Running the border between the United States & Canada, the troop paddled 20 miles from Vanceboro to Loon Bay. 

The weather was great and fun was had by all.  The trip included swimming and fishing stops along the river and camping at the Little Falls and Loon Bay sites.  The drive up featured stops at the Kittery Trading Post, Kittery and the Old Town Canoe Factory in Old Town, where the troop purchased another Old Town Discovery 169, bringing the troops fleet of canoes up to three, joining the Colonel 42 (so named for Carl Brechlin) and the Wheaton 57 (so named for Troop 10 founder Doc Wheaton).  The newest boat will be named in the coming months.

Also of note is that Troop 10 now has a canoe trailer, locally fabricated from materials donated from local businesses and assembled by Steve Beebe and Bob Kowalski.


Rosie's Cafe - a fundraiser for Troop 10 - April 18, 2013
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A Pancake Breakfast
to benefit Troop 10
was held on
Saturday, Dec. 1, 2012
at the
First Congregational Church
62 Colony St., Meriden.


St. Croix River - Aug. 2-5, 2012

Troop 10 will engage in a High Adventure canoe trip Aug. 2-5, 2012. The trip will take about 12 scouts to the St. Croix River in Maine, with entry at Vanceboro and exit at Kellyland (see map).

Preparation will include water safety training at the swimming pool at Maloney High School, canoe slalom experience at Beaver Pond during April - June and paddling training on the Quinnipiac River commencing at Red Bridge during May - June. More information