Welcome to Troop210.net

Overview of BSA Troop 210

In the town of Conneautville, Pennsylvania there is Boy Scout Troop 210. Under the direction of Valley United Methodist Church, the troop currently has at least 25 members. Boy Scout Troop 210 is part of the Washington Trail District, French Creek Council: Pennsylvania and Ohio. The boys have a event usually planned out for every month.

Our Mission

The mission of the Boy Scouts of America is to prepare young people to make ethical choices over their lifetime by instilling in them the values of the Scout Oath and Law.

Clothing Drive

Our charter organization the Valley United Methodist Church is holding a clothing drive to benefit the local community. Please bring clothes donations to the regular Troop meetings. Children’s clothes are especially needed.

Snowshoe-Archery Biathlon

Boy Scout Troop 210 assisted the Meadville Field Archers with a Snowshoe-Archery Biathlon on Saturday, January 24, 2015. Results are available on the Biathlon page.

What's the Best About
BSA Troop 210?

• Our Troop meets Tuesday evenings at the Valley UM Church in Conneautville or at the Scoutmaster's Home in the Summer Months.

• All boys who have completed the 5th grade, or who are in the 5th grade and have earned the Arrow of Light, or who are at least 10 or 11 years old may join.

• Parents are encouraged to take an active role in troop leadership, and are always
welcome at troop meetings. There are many ways parents can assist – ranging from
weekly meeting program support such as Assistant Scoutmaster to committee functions such as Advancement, Equipment, Transportation, Finance, to sharing specific skills or
interests. Training is provided.

• We have a well-rounded calendar of activities, including camping and hiking, summer camp, community service projects, skills development, fun stuff (ask for details) and career and hobby exploration.