Welcome to Scout BSA Troop 307B - Catonsville, Maryland - Serving youth since 1929


Catonsville Troop 307B is one of the oldest Boy Scout troops in the Baltimore Area Council! The troop is sponsored by the American Legion Dewey Lowman Post 109.  Join us on Tuesday for meetings at Catonsville United Methodist Church at 7:00 PM. 

With trained youth and adult leadership, Troop 307 is committed to a strong outdoor program, combined with community service to support the core values of Boy Scouts to develop leadership, character, citizenship, and personal fitness. We embrace the philosophy of the "boy-led, adult-supervised" troop.

How Do I Join?

Scouting BSA is open to any boy or girl in middle or high school. For more information please feel free to drop the membership committee an email at: membership@troop307.mytroop.us

Are You On The Troop 307 E-mail List?

To ensure the safety of our Scouts this is a secure password protected site. You should have received your user name and password via an email message. If you do not have your user name and password on the website or need your password reset, please contact the webmaster.

Summer Camp Final Details - Camp Ockanickon - June 23, 2024 at 9:00 AM

Posted by admin on Jun 20 2024 - 10:20am
We are a little less than 2 weeks before we head out to Camp Ockanickon in beautiful Pipersville, PA 1894.
Please see the attached overview "Summer Camp Information. 2024". This will help you with logistics and planning as your son prepares for Summer Camp.  
1) Summer Camp 2024 Permission Slip – Permission Slip for Summer Camp.  This should be turned in ASAP via email to summercamp@troop307b.us, or bring it to check-in at departure time.
2) Special Diet and Allergy Information - Does your scout have Special Diet and Allergy needs? Please complete the form at https://www.ockanickon.org/dietary and information will be provided to the food service director for planning purposes for meals.  Also, please REPLY to this email to let us know that the form was completed.
3) Summer Camp Master Schedule – All the MBs and Activities the boys are scheduled to attend each day, including the prerequisites for the Merit Badges.  Merit Badge prerequisites need to be completed before we depart for camp, if the scout plans to complete the Merit badge at Summer Camp.
4) Optional activity - The camp will have a Western theme this year on Wednesday, so if your scout wants to get engaged, they can bring a cowboy hat and/or cowboy boots.  Also, they will have Hawaiian Shirt Thursday, so bring a Hawaiian shirt if they have one.
We look forward to seeing you at Hillcrest Elementary School on Sunday, June 23, 2024 at 9:00 AM
Questions and completed forms can be mailed to summercamp@troop307b.us or summercampleaders2024@troop307b.us.

Friends of Troop 307 Facebook Group

Posted by admin on Jun 7 2024 - 11:54pm

Send email to the Troop 307B webmaster to join Friends of Troop 307 Facebook group.  This is a Private Group, so adults can post Troop 307 information. Only members of the group can see posts.  Due to BSA Social Media policy must be 21 years of age or older to join the group.

Congratulations to all the scouts that successfully completed their Boards of Review this week!!

Posted by admin on May 29 2024 - 7:58pm

 Congratulations to all the scouts that successfully completed their Boards of Review this week!!

  • Aiden Vance - Life
  • Xander Bloedorn - Second Class
  • Emma Gutberlet - Second Class
These scouts have been working really hard, and had some fun along the way, to achieve these ranks!

T307 - Medication Policy

Posted by admin on May 15 2024 - 4:14pm

As we start ramping things up for Summer Camp, it's a good time to be reminded of Troop 307's policy toward medication.

Summary -- The first priority of the Troop is keeping our Scouts safe, and we do our best to work with you to ensure that happens.  If medication is to be distributed at a troop event, a discussion with POC/ASM is required ahead of the event.  A leader will hold/manage all medications unless a discussion between the parents and leaders determines that other arrangements are acceptable.  The key to this policy is communication, both open and honest, between the parents and Troop leadership before the event.  This policy is inline with BSA guidelines.  The full policy can be found here.

Scheduling Boards of Review

Posted by admin on Dec 7 2023 - 12:49pm


Once you've successfully completed your Scoutmaster Conference, it's time to schedule a Board of Review!

To schedule a Board of Review, go to the Troop calendar, locate the Board of Review event that's on the date you'd like to schedule and sign up. Afterward, send an e-mail message to Audrey White (bor@troop307b.us), the Troop's Advancement Chair, and let her know that you've signed up for a Board of Review.


Posted by admin on Aug 28 2023 - 7:58pm

Welcome to the Experienced Uniform & Gear Exchange, Troop 307 offers to all Scouts. Using the uniform exchange is a great way to clothe your child in experienced uniform attire and supply them with gear at no cost. Here is a brief overview of how the program is set up to function:

  1. Clean gently used uniforms and gear is turned into the troop
  2. All pieces are inspected
  3. Parents browse for pieces needed
  4. Requests are made and items will be issued at troop meeting.

We are asking to donate outgrown uniform clothing and gear so we can serve as many scouts as possible.  Items we are looking for are uniform pants, shorts, class A long and short sleeve shirts, class B shirts and hoodies, scout shirts and hoodies, cold gear, scout belts, hiking boots, hat and any camping or scout gear.

Additional details in the attached flier.  

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