Chairman - Paxton J. Louis
Commissioner - Jay Singer
Program Director- George Peborde
Executive - Johely Arias
Serving: Ardsley, Dobbs Ferry, Elmsford, Greenburg,
Hartsdale, Hasting, Hawthorne, Irvington, North White Plains,
Pleasantville, Sleepy Hollow, Tarrytown, Thornwood, Valhalla, White
April 12, 2014
Cerebral Palsy of Westchester
1186 King Street
Rye Brook, NY 10573
Race run by The Race Masters of Troop 5 Yonkers Weigh in starts at 10:00AM First Race 11:00AM
The top 3 winners from each grade in each Pack in the District are invited to a district wide runoff to find the fastest car in all of Mohican District
The 1st, 2nd and 3rd place winners from the Tigers, Wolfs, Bears, & Webelos will compete to determine a grand prize winner in each category.
"Anything Goes" (Adult/Sibling/Boy Scout) Race (No Prize will be awarded)
Prizes for the top winner in each group
All participants will receive a commemorative Medal
Lunch will be served for all attendees and their parents, Compliments of the Elks Lodge
See Official Mohican District Pinewood Derby Rules below.
Weight-in will begin at 10 AM
Tiger's Race – 11:00 AM
Wolf's Race – 11:45 AM
Bear's Race – 12:30 PM
Webelos' race – 1:15 PM
"Anything Goes" race – After Webelos Race Adults, Siblings, or Boy Scouts may participate in this special race.
Start prepping your cars now for this great day. Plan on being present to cheer on the winners ... It could be you ! Leader's once your Pack has your Pinewood race please go below to register your winners for this great event. One registration per Pack. Registration forms will be posted on the council web page.
Pinewood Derby Flyer and Rules
Online Registration Closed 4/10/2014
Update an Existing Registration
In an effort to save paper and deliver information in a more efficient manner roundtable agenda and handouts are now being made available through a downloadable PDF, below.
Southern Districts Roundtable Handouts - October 2013
Southern Districts Roundtable Handouts - September 2013
Southern Districts Roundtable Handouts - April 2013
Southern Districts Roundtable Handouts - March 2013
Southern Districts Roundtable Handouts - February 2013
Southern Districts Roundtable Handouts - January 2013
Handouts from Leave No Trace/Low Impact Cooking Presentation - January 2013 (zip)
Southern Districts Roundtable Handouts - December 2012
Roundtables for Mohican and Algonquin District Scouters are held the
first Monday of the month at Iona Prep School, 255 Wilmot Road, New
Rochelle, N Y. beginning at 7:00 p.m. Each Pack and Troop is asked to have
one or more leaders in attendance. Why? Because the Roundtable is when the
theme for the next month is going to be discussed, ideas exchanged,
announcements made about future District and Council activities, leader
training courses, and recruiting ideas for units. Adult leaders and parents
are always welcome.
Conservation Resource Guide
Conservation is a basic part of the BSA mission. Scouting embraces
Leave No Trace, requires conservation-related activities for rank
advancement, and encourages conservation service projects to the community.
The new Conservation Resource Guide
identifies Westchester-Putnam agencies engaged in nature and conservation
activities. Organized by District, the Guide is intended to enable ‘one-stop’
access for any Westchester-Putnam Scouts and Scouters seeking sites for troop
conservation projects, nature-related advancements, or outdoor activities
(including William Hornaday Award, Leave No Trace Award, Boy Scout Rank
Advancement Nature Requirements, and Eagle Service Projects).
If you are a Den Leader, Cubmaster, Scoutmaster, Committee Member, or
an assistant at any level, if you have not been formally trained, then you
are not doing your best for your son and his fellow Scouts. Here is your
opportunity as a leader to show your boys that you care. Make a commitment
to get trained, and if you are trained, encourage your other leaders to
attend. Our Mohican District will offer Cub Leader Training each month from
September to December.
Good Turn for America
In order to support our nation and our individual communities more, we
have been called on to perform more community service and to begin recording
the service, which we already perform. This is done via a website that
collects the information; please check out the website
www.goodturnforamerican.org for more information. To log onto the website
you will need a password for your unit, which you can get from Jim Lupfer.
For logging your unit's service projects the Council will recognize your
unit with a certificate and streamer for your flag.