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Council Recognition Dinner May 17

The 2016 Silver Beaver recipients will be honored at the Council Annual Meeting & Recognition Dinner on May 17.

National Youth Leadership Training This Summer

The NYLT course is an inspiring program designed to provide youth with communication, planning, and interpersonal skills and experience that they can use in their home units and in other life situations demanding leadership of themselves and others. Participants will be engaged in an outdoors leadership training experience led by their own Boy Scout peers.

Fishing Derbies in May

Fishing derbies will be held in May at Camp Mattatuck and J.N. Webster Scout Reservation. Registration is now open.

West of the River Camporee

Mad River, Mark Twain, Matianuck, and Northwest Hills districts are teaming up to bring you the biggest event of 2016.

Wood Badge Training - Fall, 2016

Register now to attend the premier Scout leader training! Open to Cub Scout, Boy Scout and Venturing leaders.

2017 Connecticut Rivers Council Philmont Trip

Our trip for 2017 will leave on June 23 to July 8, 2017 The cost of the Philmont trip is all inclusive, including Philmont Registration Fee, Airline Tickets, two days or touring, all meals and lodging. The total fee is $2400 per person. The contingent is full, but we have started a waiting list

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