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New Program Equipment for 2018 Recently Added Content

It is with great appreciation that we announce the gift of two new Programs for the Westchester-Putnam Council...

New Associate Development Director to join WPC Recently Added Content

After an extensive search, it is with great pride that we announce that Betheny Mills will be joining the Westchester-Putnam Council Staff in mid-January as our Associate Development Director...

HolidayHours Recently Added Content

The Westchester-Putnam Council would like to wish all of our Scouts and families, and all of the dedicated Volunteers, a very joyous Holiday Season, and a Happy and Healthy New Year!

BSA Welcomes Girls

October 11, 2017, the National Board of the Boy Scouts of America announced that beginning in 2018 girls between the ages of 7 and 11 will be able to join Cub Scout Packs. Girls between the ages of 11 and 18 will be able to join Boy Scout Troops and advance to the rank of Eagle Scout.

Key-3 Letter - 2018 Council Budget Recently Added Content

Letter to the Council Membership: As part of our preparation and planning for the year ahead, the officers and board have reviewed our program, staff, and finances resulting in a new balanced budget for 2018. Where cost reductions were required, we sought to keep the youth we serve in mind and tried to minimize any negative impact...

Helping Cub Scouts with Special Needs Succeed!

Today’s Cub Scouts have a whole range of opportunities. New rank advancements offer Cub Scouts different opportunities to excel but some may be daunting to youth with special needs. Learn how leaders and parents can best help a Cub Scout with Special Needs achieve his Adventures and succeed in Scouting!

Bullseye with Durland Shooting Sports!

Durland's Archery and Rifle range are open for the new Scouting Season! Learn about the new shooting sports programs at Durland and be on top of your game!

Trail to Eagle 2018 About to Take Flight!

Trail to Eagle! Provide a structured for success course that motivates and educates Scouts on what earning the Eagle Scout rank means and the commitments needed to get there while earning Eagle Merit badges guided by the best Merit Badge counselors in our council.

Managing Risk-Real Life Resources for Your Unit

The Scouting program, as contained in our handbooks and literature, integrates many safety features. However, no policy or procedure will replace the review and vigilance of trusted adults and leaders at the point of program execution.

Thank You to the following Organizations for
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