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Camp Pouch Saved!

by @ Saturday, December 7th, 2013. Filed under Camp Pouch, Scouting in the News

From the Staten Island Advance. Good news for campers, staff and alumni of Camp Pouch. $6 million deal will help save most of Staten Island’s Pouch Camp Boy Scouts fish in Lake Orbach at Pouch Camp in this Oct. 12 file photo. (Staten Island Advance/Hilton Flores) Officials on Thursday announced the approval of a conservation […]

Brooklyn Arrowhead 50th Anniversary at Camp Keowa

by @ Thursday, September 12th, 2013. Tags: ,
Filed under Scouting in the News

In late August, the Brooklyn Arrowhead an organization of Brooklyn Scouts form the 1930’s through 1970’s held their 50th annual reunion at Camp Keowa. Shelly Weil stands in the cavernous, wood-framed mess hall at Ten Mile River Boy Scout Camp in upstate New York, ready to get things moving. Surveying the boisterous crowd of men […]

Woodworth Lake facility will be sold to private owner

by @ Sunday, August 11th, 2013. Filed under Scouting in the News

A comment was left on a post I had written about the 1955 Woodworth Lake Patch, that the camp had been sold. There was an article in the Leader Herald which confirmed this: The Woodworth Lake Scout Reservation, a woodsy retreat where local Boy Scouts have camped for decades, has hosted its final Scout function. […]

Event hails Sullivan scout camp’s 80-year-old role in nation’s history

by @ Tuesday, August 6th, 2013. Tags: ,
Filed under Scouting in the News, Ten Mile River Scout Musuem

A follow up to my earlier post on the 80th Anniversary Civilian Conservation Corps event held last weekend in the Headquarters Area of the Ten Mile river Scout Camps. The Headquarters Area was also the site of the of the CCC Camp Ten Mile river in 1933. An article appeared in the Times Herald Record […]

Event celebrates Civilian Conservation Corps milestone | recordonline.com

by @ Friday, August 2nd, 2013. Filed under Scouting in the News

Event celebrates Civilian Conservation Corps milestone | recordonline.com. The Ten Mile River Scout Museum, at 1481 Crystal Lake Road, Narrowsburg, will host a celebration of the 80th anniversary of the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) and CCC Camp Ten Mile River from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Aug. 4. The event is open to the public at no […]

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 […]

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.

The Day Has Come – Five GNYC Lodges to Merge

by @ Saturday, September 1st, 2012. Filed under Scouting in the News

Cross posted from NYOATrader.com Gene Berman announced it on Patch-L yesterday: The five Lodges of NYC, Ranachqua, Shu-shu-gah, Suanhacky, Manahattin, Aquehonga will be merged into ONE new grand lodge. Folks who have asked me for a while what I thought about swirling rumors to this effect got the answer from me that our Scout Executive, […]

TMR in the Times Herald Record – Tusten Mounatain Trail

by @ Sunday, August 26th, 2012. Tags:
Filed under Scouting in the News

Off the Beaten Path: Dazzling views, history The only Ten Mile River Boy Scouts Camp trail open to the public, Tusten Mountain Trail loops through thickets of woods and past remnants of an early settlement before ascending nearly 600 feet. The top offers a sweeping view of the Delaware River Valley. “It’s a view that’s […]

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