Download the printable calendar: 2020-2021 Council Calendar The 2021 spring calendar is available in print and digital formats. We are incredibly appreciative of the sponsors who helped underwrite the costs to print and publish our planning calendar. All dates in the calendar are subject to change due to local health guidelines but you can use […]
Scouting in the News
We’re lucky. We’re lucky, because during isolating times like these we share a remarkable connection not everyone has –– the Scouting connection. Scouting is a thread of life-changing adventures enjoyed with friends and family. Those experiences helped shape the adults we are today. And no one can tell the story of Scouting better than you. […]
June 22, 2020 Scouts and Scouters, On behalf of the Seneca Waterways Council, let me express my gratitude for everything you have done to keep on Scouting amongst the unprecedented challenges we have faced this year. The determination, resourcefulness, service, and sense of adventure you have all demonstrated during the Covid-19 pandemic has been awe-inspiring. […]
Over the last several months, a team of incredible volunteers and staff have spent countless hours trying to find a solution so that we could deliver a safe and fun summer camp program for our Scouts. It is with a great deal of sadness that I share that we are unable to offer a physical […]
As we have previously shared, the National Boy Scouts of America was expected to announce an increase in membership fees. At the National Annual Meeting last month, a formal schedule of fee increases over the next three years was announced and approved. It’s important to understand that none of these fees stay with the Seneca […]
May 20, 2020 Letter from Scout Executive Stephen Hoitt to Seneca Waterways’ Scouting Family. Dear Scouting Family, Much has happened since my mid-April update to you all and, in many ways, not much has changed. Hopefully, we are starting to see our lives slowly return to some sense of normalcy. I thought it prudent to […]
Rochester Museum & Science Center – Open for Curiosity! The Museum may be closed to the public, but they have plenty of activities and virtual tours to fill your child’s thirst for curiosity.