Ten Mile River Trader

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Archive for November, 2012

Staten Island Scouters to the rescue

by @ Saturday, November 24th, 2012. Filed under Scouting in the News, Uncategorized

During Hurricane Sandy, Staten Island adult Scouts were rowing to the rescue | SILive.com Scouters in Staten Island help out with the rescue efforts. Head ranger Gil Schweiger and others associated with the camp on Manor Road sprang into action on Oct. 29. They attached several row boats present on the grounds to a trailer […]

TMR Neckerchief Neither Fish Nor Fowl

by @ Tuesday, November 20th, 2012. Filed under Not TMR, Ten Mile River pre-1965

I’ve previously written about Bob Lander’s and Nick Dale’s, a restaurant and canoe livery that issued a number of patches and neckerchiefs over the years. Their memorabilia never referred to the Scout Camp or used the Indian cliffs logo, but always contained the words Ten Mile River in the design. Here is a neckerchief I […]

1961 Camp Rondack Staff Neckerchief

by @ Sunday, November 18th, 2012. Tags: ,
Filed under Camp Rondack, Ten Mile River pre-1965

After the era of individual Camp Staff neckerchiefs ended in 1959, there were several years where uniform staff neckerchiefs were worn throughout the reservation. In 1960 there was Green and Blue Tartan, in 1961 while the same patch was used bit the Tartan was Gray and Green. The patches show a map of TMR broken […]

2013 Eagle Scout Scholarships Now Available!

by @ Thursday, November 15th, 2012. Filed under Scouting in the News

GNYC has announced that 2013 NESA Eagle Scout Scholarships are available. Share The News: Click here if you would like to send this information to one or more friends. Your friends will not be added to any mailing list. Scout Leaders,   The applications for the 2013 NESA Eagle Scout scholarships are now available at […]

Hurricane Sandy Damage at TMR

by @ Monday, November 12th, 2012. Filed under Scouting in the News

GNYC has posted a number of photos of damage to Ten Mile River Scout Camps as a result of Hurricane Sandy on its Face Book page. You can see them here.

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