Scouting in the News

Cutler’s Environmental Conservation

DURING the summer of 2019, LIFE IN THE FINGER LAKES staff writer Nicole Landers and photographer Bill Banaszewski covered the environmental conservation efforts being implemented by the volunteers and staff of Seneca Waterways Council’s Camp Cutler property located near Naples, New York. Guided by Sr. Ranger Jeff Emerling, they toured the Scout reservation and quickly […]

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2019 North Star & Silver Beaver Honorees

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 […]

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Mark Harrison Becomes James E. West Fellow

We were proud to recognize Eagle Scout and Scouting volunteer Mark Harrison with a James E. West Fellowship award recognition. The award recognizes a $1,000 or more cash contribution to the Council’s permanent Endowment Fund. A James E. West Fellowship is a great way to recognize a Scout or volunteer in your life by helping […]

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21 Stories for Scouts Returned May 31

On Friday, May 31, 2019 the Boy Scouts rappelled down the outside of the iconic Kodak Tower! With a commitment to contribute or raise $1,000, you can have this once-in-a-lifetime thrill and do something awesome that will impact hundreds of youth in our community.  Because it’s run by the Scouts for the Scouts, donations go directly […]

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Scouts Mobilized to Fight Food Insecurity

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 […]

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