Scout Hall at Winslow Fire Company No. 1

     Our meetings are based out of the engine bays of Winslow Fire Company No. 1.  No longer an active fire station, we have the ability to meet here every week and, thanks to the generosity of our charter organization, it has become our proper home.  This space allows us to have two large living room type areas with couches and TVs for instruction and entertainment.​  We also have our own air hockey and foosball tables, as well as, a space for ping pong.  Several desks and tables allow scouts and their respective patrols to spread out and work seperately to fully execute the patrol method.​​

​     Our space is heavily decorated in Pack, Troop, and Scouting memorabilia, celebrating the history and heritage of both organizations.  Our two newest additions are our Eagle Board honoring the 30 scouts who have earned the rank of Eagle in Troop 251 and Scout Oath and Law plaques, both made by Assistant Scoutmaster, Paul Sigloch.  Some of our historical pieces include former patrol flags, trophies, certificates, plaques, awards, and a multitude of photos.

​     Of course, our home extends beyond the four walls of the Fire Hall.  We have an extensive collection of outdoor recreational equipment.  This includes a basketball net, a field for kickball, tetherball, volleyball net, and our very own Gaga ball pit, built by the Latimer family.​​​​​​​​​​​  Our newest outdoor addition is our fire pit to be used for ceremonies, fire building exercises, or general meeting campfire nights.

     All of this allows our troop to host regular "lock in" sleepovers, where our Scouts spend the night playing games and other activities from the comfort and safety of our own space.  None of this would be possible without the incredible support of our charter organization, Winslow Fire Company No. 1.