OA Ordeal Survivors
Mar 3rd, 2013 by Troop110

If you thought this past weekend was cold … be glad you weren’t at an OA Ordeal!

BIG congratulations to Connor Dealing and Scoutmaster Dealing for completing their OA Ordeal this past weekend. They are now officially part of the OA Brotherhood – Echockotee Lodge, Elemukulek Chapter!

“Are You Tougher Than a Boy Scout”
Feb 19th, 2013 by Troop110

Six episodes of the reality TV show “Are You Tougher Than a Boy Scout?” will air on the National Geographic Channel starting Monday, March 4, at 8p.

Watch the exciting trailer to get ready for the show. Also, visit the “Are You Tougher Than a Boy Scout?” website at for additional fun activities and an opportunity to share Scouting photos through social media!

BSA / North Florida Council Email Request
Nov 17th, 2011 by Troop110

Scouts/Scouters BSA and NFC are requesting email addresses of all members of scouting. This is an effort for them to survey and stay in touch with the membership, no more than once a month. Please read the official communication HERE.

You have likely already supplied your email address on your applications and this is simply an easy way for them to collect current addresses. Mr. Walsh is putting together a list of our membership to sent to BSA/NFC. Please email Mr. Walsh if you do NOT want your email address included in the list.

Take Them a Meal
Oct 27th, 2011 by Troop110

A meal schedule for Kelly and John Jr. Batten was created at Your help is greatly appreciated. Just click the link to sign up.

Sad Day
Oct 26th, 2011 by Troop110

Sadly, one of our scouts lost a parent this past week. John Batten Jr’s father passed away. As of this posting arrangements are undecided. Mr. Walsh is our troop’s point of contact with John’s family. Please direct all inquiries to Mr. Walsh.

A few people are needed to help John Jr. collect personal items from his father’s place. This is at 1p on Wed. Oct. 26, 2011, at 6834 Brandemere Road, South (map).

The troop will begin “take a meal” services in a couple days. Please stay tuned…

Oct 25th, 2011 by Troop110

National Eagle Scout Association –
Applications for the “2012 NESA Scholarships” are available at the NESA website. Applications must be postmarked by Jan. 31, 2012. For more info call the NESA office at 972-580-2032.

Veterans of Foreign Wars –
The National VFW “2012 Scout of the Year Scholarship” is now open. For info visit the VFW website contact Bruce Sitki via email or 813-831-1010.

Other Scholarships –
Information about other scholarships is available at North Florida Council website.

Youth Protection Alert
Sep 10th, 2011 by Troop110

This week the North Florida Council released a Youth Protection Alert about a business owner in St. Augustine who is a registered sexual offender. This business markets itself to a variety of youth groups including Scout Groups.

In order to protect Scouts and Scouters, ALL adult leadership in Troop 110 is background checked and trained annually in Youth Protection. Additionally Troop 110 always operates on a Two-deep Leadership model. If you have any questions or concerns please speak with or email our Scoutmaster or any Asst. Scoutmaster.

Centennial Celebration
Jul 3rd, 2011 by Troop110

A group of our scouts and scouters attended the 100th Anniversary of the Mandarin Store & Post Office. They hosted an informational booth to show off our troop, took part in a 4th of July style parade and earned some community service hours!

Head on over to the Photo Galleries page to see a few snaps of the day’s events.

Got Photos?
Do you have photos from troop events that you want to share? Send an email to the Webmaster and we will figure out the best way to get them and post them to the website.

Event Registration
Jun 5th, 2011 by Troop110

Troop –

I apologize for the inconveniences of the recent hiccups in our event registration system (see Canoe Trip Note below). Please be aware that regular evaluation, tweaking and updating is taking place in an effort to make it simple to sign-up and track registrations.

A recent update now requires you to register and login with to sign-up for an event – Please do this. After registration you will receive an email to confirm your registration – Please do this too. The registration goes hand-in-hand with our new ability to comment on bulletin board posts.

Speaking of Comments – The Comment Section is a place to “say” something publicly about a post. You may ask a question, but don’t necessarily expect an answer. Also, posting a comment which says “____ will go camping.” does not count as a sign-up for an event. You need to do that in the Event Registration area on the Calendar page.

Please re-register for the canoe trip if you want to go. So far we have four registrations (2 Biastre & 2 Dealing). If you previously registered but did not sign-up to, your registration is anonymous and we don’t know who you are.

– Your Webmaster

Jan 18th, 2011 by Troop110

Zach L. is selling firewood and giving a percentage of the proceeds to the troop. Please contact Zach if you or someone you know uses firewood.

You can find Zach’s contact info (or anyone else’s) under Troop Resources | Troop Roster. If you need or don’t remember your password just email a request to

New Calendar Feature
Oct 1st, 2010 by Troop110

Our troop calendar now supports document attachments!!! Right about now you are probably asking yourself “Self, what does this mean to me?”

Well, this is what it means to you… Our Senior Patrol Leader creates a Meeting Plan for most of our meetings. These, and other event-related documents, can now be attached to the events on our calendar for easy access.

Want to see this in action?
Go to the calendar. Click on the Oct. 4th meeting event. An event balloon pops up with a “more details>” link. Click that and a new window opens with details and/or attachments for that event. If there is an attachment click on its’ link and a new window opens. The new window may display the document and/or give you a link (just under the document name) to download it. Just right-click to save to your computer.

Oh, there is a new category on the Downloads Page called “Meeting Plans & Notes.” Guess what you can find there?

How bout them apples? Now, aren’t you glad you read this?

Summer Camp Return Trip
Jul 31st, 2010 by Troop110

Reports from the road…

Estimated Time of Arrival – 6pm Tonight.

They are approx 60mi from COOS

Summer Camp News
Jul 27th, 2010 by Troop110

ALL IS WELL! EVERYONE IS FINE! – Mr. Walsh reports that there was bad weather Monday evening. The storm was a big one so the camp put everyone inside the Program Center Building. A few of our scouts got wet sleeping bags that were taken into town for drying. Good thing our leadership has experience (tropical storm at Woodruff four years ago) and BSA Severe Weather training.

Other than weather excitement, camp is going well. Food is the same as last year so everyone is well fed. We will give additional updates again later in the week.

You can send your scout a message by clicking here.

And keep up with weather conditions by clicking here.

Jun 30th, 2010 by Troop110

Scouts, Scouters and Parents – We hope you are having a great Summer Break.

A few updates were recently made to the website. The new Annual Medical, Adult Application, Scout Application and Unit Transfer forms were added. The 2010 Raven Knob Leader Guide was also added – a great resource for any and all going to camp.

The second payment was due last week. The third and final payment is due soon. Also, you MUST have the new Annual Medical Form completed and signed by a doctor BEFORE Summer Camp. No form, no camp for you!

Adults – Summer camp needs another adult and we always need more adults for weekend camping trips.
Scouts – Check out the calendar and get your names on the lists for the great trips you planned.

One of Our Own Makes the News!
Feb 27th, 2010 by Troop110

Charlie T. and Troop 110 was highlighted in today’s Florida Times-Union.  You can read the articles at the links below or visit and search for “boy scout” to locate the articles.  Congrats to Charlie and to all of BSA for our 100 Years of Scouting!

Boy Scouts Celebrating 100th Birthday |

Scouting Still Going Strong |

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