Congratulations to our 2019 North Star & Silver Beaver Honorees Eight individuals were honored at the Seneca Waterways Council’s Annual Volunteer Recognition Dinner on May 6th. North Star Award – Honoree: Mark Crane, founder and president of Mark’s Pizzeria. This is the second year a North Star Award is being presented by the council to […]
Boy Scouts of America is now accepting girls across all programs. An all-girl troop recently formed as part of the single-gender (not co-ed) Scouts BSA for youths ages 11-18.
The Seneca Waterways Council is pleased to extend free weekend tent camping and free cloth rank advancement to Black Creek Pack 275, Seneca Troop 39 and Seneca Troop 60, who are the most recent units to qualify as a Platinum Unit in our Friends of Scouting 2019 campaign. These Friends of Scouting benefits are available to […]
The Boy Scouts of America’s roots trace back to a single good turn in the foggy streets of London over 120 years ago. Since that point, Scouts have answered the call in their community contributing millions of hours of community service and mobilizing thousands of volunteers. During March of this year , over 2,600 Scouts […]
If your scout is looking for that next challenge of high adventure, but is having a hard time convincing the troop/crew, then we have an answer for you! Solo Treks will give your scout that opportunity to truly explore the Adirondacks. Whether its backpacking, canoeing, or both, The Adirondack trek Center at Camp Massawepie is […]
Grab your fishing buddy and head on down to Camp Cutler on April 27th for our annual fishing derby! All the info can be found at https://scoutingevent.com/397-fishing Don’t forget your fishing pole!