Sign up for Cub Scout Summer Camp at Camp Kingsley before registration closes!

New adventures can't be downloaded, but they can be found at our safe and exciting Camp Kingsley. With swimming, archery, BMX bikes and more, you're not going to want to miss this year's Summer Camp. 🏕 Late fees have been waived, but sign up as soon as you can so you don't lose the chance to go to summer camp. SIGN UP TODAY!

Download the EVENT FLYER to hand out, send and post for all your unit to see so no one misses Summer Camp at Camp Kingsley!

Week 1: 7/21/21 - 7/25/21
Week 2: 7/28/21 - 8/01/21
Cub Scout Investigation
Join our Cub Scout Investigation (CSI) team to try and crack the case as we investigate the natural world. Cub Scouts will use the Squad Room, Booking Lab, Evidence room and more to discover and learn about the natural world around them. Sign up for Powderhorn District's CSI Day Camp today!

CSI Day Camp 1
Canastota, NY
July 26 - July 28

CSI Day Camp 2
Camden, NY
August 9 - August 11

Download the EVENT FLYER and post it at your next meeting, hand it out or send it to your unit.
Join us for the 2021 Popcorn Kickoff on June 28th at 7pm! Click below for registration information.

Topics will include:
  • 2021 Products
  • Online sales
  • Show and sell ordering
  • Take order sales
  • Pay anywhere (credit card) account set up. 
Eagle Scout Scholarship
Attention new Eagle Scouts! JULY 30TH deadline to apply for the
Danforth & Marguerite Bolton Eagle Scout Scholarship.
Two Grants of $1,000 per year, for two years (one-time award, nonrenewable) are made available by the Danforth & Marguerite Bolton Eagle Scout Scholarship Fund. Known by everyone in the Oneonta community, Dan was a banking CEO and Marguerite was a teacher with a passion for collecting sea shells and rocks. They shared a true passion for supporting Scouting and loved all that the Council programs offered its youth membership. This scholarship and its deserving recipients honor the incredibly generous legacy they left behind.
The application to apply is available at the link below.

Who can apply?
Any Eagle Scout who earned their Award in the Leatherstocking Council and meets the following qualifications.
Applicants may have earned their Award at any time prior to their request. It is not limited to Scouts earning the Award in their senior year, but you must be a graduating senior to apply.
In order to qualify, you must:
1. Be a registered member of the Leatherstocking Council, BSA.
2. Be applying during your senior year of high school. Grants are awarded only to high school seniors graduating in the calendar year in which scholarships are presented. EXCEPTION: If your Eagle Scout
Board of Review was held between March 1st and July 31st of your graduating year, you need to apply during the spring of your first year of COLLEGE or POST HIGH SCHOOL TRADE OR TECHNICAL
PROGRAM. All other requirements remain the same.
3. Have demonstrated leadership ability in Scouting and a strong participation in extracurricular activities.
4. Possess a financial need.
5. Have the endorsement of a volunteer or professional Scout leader who knows you personally.
6. Application must be submitted by June 1, 2019.
Leatherstocking Council and Enchanted Forest Water Safari are partnering up again to give all of our amazing Scouts the chance to soak up great savings this summer. With the code LSBSA21, the first 1,000 people will save big when they purchase their tickets online. This awesome offer is valid for park visits through June 18th - July 2nd AND August 23rd - September 6th. Make sure you get this deal while it lasts and visit New York's largest water theme park this summer!
Promo Code: LSBSA21 
Adults ages 12 & up: $25.00 plus tax
Children ages 3-11: $23.00 plus tax
Children 2 and under: free
Discounted tickets must be purchased online with the promo code above and tickets need to be printed at home before arriving at the park. Valid only for any day between June 18th and July 2nd and between August 23rd and September 6th. No rain checks or refunds, Water Safari is not responsible for any lost, stolen or destroyed tickets.
Don't forget to hit the "PROMO CODE? CLICK HERE" button to enter LSBSA21 and get your savings!
Out of this world Eagle Scout project
From time to time we catch up with our new Eagle Scouts to learn a little more about them. We hope you enjoy our latest interview.
Q+A with Jonathan Deitchman, Troop 168, Worcester, NY
June 27th, 2021

Q1: When did you join BSA?
A: I joined Troop 168 on March 21, 2016.

Q2: What’s your favorite Scouting memory?
A: My favorite Scouting memory is attending the World Brotherhood Camporee, which is held annually, in New York and Canada, on alternating years. During the event, I love to engage in patch trading, as it is fun to do and I make friends with similar interests, from both the U.S. and Canada.

Q3: Are there any other Eagles in your family?
A: Yes, my father, Jay Deitchman, who is the Scoutmaster of Troop 168

Q4: In your own words, tell us about your Eagle project and what it taught you about leadership.
A: For my Eagle Scout Project, I designed and built a realistic Mars Landscape at the Science Discovery Center, on the campus of the State University of New York at Oneonta, for a rover to traverse upon, so that young and old can learn about the wonders of Mars. Working on the project taught me that leadership requires organization, time management, patience, and effective communication with those who I am working with.

Q5: Plans for the future and do they include volunteering for BSA?
I plan to graduate from high school and then attend college, studying something in a STEM related field. Additionally, I plan to continue my involvement with the BSA by serving as a volunteer.
Criminal Background Checks (CBCs)
Did you know that in 2020 the BSA changed the CBC form? Make sure your unit doesn't have any left over old CBC forms, because any CBC form without the "02/2020" on the bottom right will not be excepted. Council HQ has seen a few old CBC forms lately and we want to make sure that everyone is using the right one. When old CBCs are turned in, the registration process stops to wait for the correct CBC form and we don't want anyone having to wait on paperwork to get out and Scout.
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Make high school and/or college graduation even more special when you wear Eagle Scout cords with you cap and gown to represent your amazing Scouting accomplishments. Find your Eagle Scout graduation cords at the Council Trading Post for $9.99!

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Tuesday: 9am-5pm
Wednesday: 9am-5pm
Thursday: 9am-5pm

Please allow us two business days to fulfill advancement orders. We cannot guarantee that your advancement order will be gathered if we do not receive two business days notice. Thank you.

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Dolgeville Troop 18, Little Falls Troop 31 and Pack 16, Mohawk Troop and Pack 25 and Ilion Troop 9 all went to Scout Night at Diamond Dawgs where Scouts got to run out on the field, meet the players and watch a great game of baseball. Way to play ball everyone!

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