For over a century, the Boy Scouts of America has created a strong foundation of leadership, service, and community for millions of America’s youth ranging from ages 6 – 21.Â In 2012 the organization celebrated two centennial anniversaries: the 1st Scout achieved Eagle rank and the organization launched “Boys Life” as its official magazine.
The Revolutionary Trails Council, one of the first councils established in the United States, has impacted the lives of overÂ 8,000 men and women through a variety of age specific programs in the central New York counties of Oneida, Herkimer, Madison, Hamilton, Lewis, and Otsego.Â Since 1913, over 4,300 Scouts have achieved the rank of Eagle Scout under the guidance of leaders in our council.Â
Click here for 2014-2015 Council & District Committee renewal.
Click here for 2014-2015 Merit Badge Counselor renewal.
Join us at Clinton Fish & Game Club on Saturday, July 19 for the Council’s 11th annual Â David M. Philipson Memorial Sporting Clays Tournament! This year, we will be raffling off a Savage 116, .270 calibur synthetic stainless rifle. And if you register before Sunday, June 1, you’ll automatically be entered for a chance to win a Remington 870 shotgun!Â Click here to register today.
Mark your calendars- the Council is hosting a Wood Badge Course at Camp Russell! It’s been a few years since our Council hosted this course, so don’t miss out on your opportunity to get this valuable training. We are partnering with the Otschodela Council in Oneonta to run the course over two weekends late this summer (August 15-17) and early fall (September 20-22).Â Any adult leader may attend and enjoy this amazing experience. For more information and to sign up,Â click here.