Volume 4Issue #4
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Upcoming Events
Opportunities for Scouts and Leaders

US Tennis  Association  Play Day
April 25th, 12:00pm - 2:00pm
limited space available
Slots are allotted on a first-come, first-serve basis. l ast year we held a waiting list nearly as long as the entry list! 

The cost of this event will be $10 per youth or parent participants.  This event is open to any GNYC Scout across New York City. The NTC is easy to reach via the 7 Train at the Met's-Willet's Point station. 

Spring Break STEM Camp
April 25th - 30th - Alpine Scout Camp

Boy Scouts age 12-18 can attend this Spring Break specialty camp.  From Monday, April 25th  to Sat urday the 30th,  up to 40 youth can come challenge themselves by teaming up with others, and working with our energized in-house staff and cadre of outside professionals.
Special guest presenters will be on hand to share their expertise. 

Read More  ||   Contact   Shawn Spencer  
Tour City Hall
April 27th - 11:30 AM

Boy Scouts are invited to meet with NYC Council Member Eric Ulrich and a representative of the  Committee on Veterans of the NYC Council.  Participation Can Be Counted As Part of  Citizenship in the Community  Merit Badge Requirements.
  RSVP VIA EMAIL  or call 212-651-2874
The Five Boro Bike Tour
May 1 st

Want to see the city like never before? Here's your chance. Space is still available. Sign up  today!
Join Team Boy Scouts of America, Greater New York Councils at the 2016 TD Five Boro Bike Tour - a 40-mile, car-free, bicycle ride experience spanning all five boroughs - AND help support the more than 47,000 youth served throughout NYC.

Register online at: 
Happy Mothers Day from GNYC
May 17th -  6:30PM
Warburg Pincus LLC

  Eagle Scout Mothers are invited to our Thank You Reception.  We welcome you to attend for fellowship, to listen to our Keynote Speaker Gayle Haller, and celebrate Mother's Day.  

Read more and register online
Borough Day Camps

I n addition to Pouch Day Camp in Staten Island, GNYC has partnered with The Bronx Zoo, The Central Park Zoo, Prospect Park Zoo, and St. Johns University to offer a week long summer camp program to Cubs and their siblings
in all five boroughs.

 Camperships and discounts are available 
Contact your District Executive or 
 Borough Camp Director

     This summer, GNYC's NYLT course is moving to Alpine Scout Camp, where the participants will be able to take advantage of facilities more suited to the course curriculum to get a better leadership training experience.  We are also providing
two different options for the course:   July 10-16 OR July 17-23.  That way Scouts can still join their Troop at summer camp.
View All Upcoming GNYC Events - Visit  council calendar  
Get Out To These Stadiums With Your Scouts
Scout Days with NY Sports Teams

Friday, April 29th - 7:00PM
Saturday, April 30th - 4:05PM
Saturday, July 16th - 6:00PM
for tickets & info
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Greater New York Councils News
April is Youth Protection Month
"youth protection begins with you"

April is Youth Protection Month! You can get involved by renewing your training or helping others in your unit to become Youth Protection trained Additionally April 29th is the Youth Protection Symposium in New Jersey.   Read more about Youth Protection Month from Bryan On Scouting.
Fundraise with The Camp Card
Designed to help put the Outing in Scouting
and get more boys to camp. 

*  borough specific special offers
*50/50 split every $5 card sold, $2.50 goes back to your unit 
 Attention Eagle Scouts- there is an all new council shoulder patch.

Donate now to help send a Scout to summer camp, each gift of $25 or more will be recognized with the new GNYC Shoulder Patch.  This sale is open to any patch collectors or those that wish to purchase them as a gift for Eagle Scouts.  However, only Eagle Scouts may wear this CSP.   For more information: 212-651-2865 or email  Chiniqua.Simmons@Scouting.org .   You may also purchase this patch directly at
The NYC St. Patrick's Day Parade

Last month, a couple dozen Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts from around the city got the opportunity to march in the St. Patrick's Day Parade up Fifth Ave.  This was the first time since 2010 that GNYC marched in the iconic parade and  we are excited to announce that our partnership with the parade committee will grow in the years to come. 
If you would like your Scouts to march in the parade next year, or are interested in hearing more information and would like to be contacted as soon as information becomes available, please email  Dave.Swartz@scouting.org.