The Rockland District serves more than 2,100 youth in over 50 units
in Rockland and Orange Counties in New York.

Upcoming Events:

 

Exhibitors/table coordinators should arrive at the Training Center starting at 6pm.

Check-in is at the Training Center (far side of the lake), starting at 7:00 pm

All attendees are requested to bring some dessert to share with everyone, specify during registration


Start Date/Time: 6/10/2019 7:00:00 PM

End Date/Time: 6/10/2019 8:30:00 PM

Online Registration Accepted Until: 6/9/2019 11:55:00 PM

To register: click here


click on flyer for pdf copy
 


The 2019-2020 Rockland District events schedule coming soon!
 

 

2019 Summer Camp

Outdoor fun and adventure is what summer camp is all about. Make sure your child doesn’t miss out on all the excitement waiting for him/her this summer! Our 15 summer programs are conveniently located and offer a wide range of terrific programs and activities for your child and family. 
All HVC Day Camps are open to All Boys and Girls in grades 1st - 5th grade - Both Scouts and Non-Scouts!

Click  here for more information and registration


Rockland District News

What's happening in the Rockland District?  Post your unit news here.  

Send your news, upcoming events, fundraisers, exciting trips, flyers or anything you would like to share with the Rockland District Units.

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See whats happening in the Rockland District!


2019 Spring Camporee 
 - Emergency Preparedness Pictures

Congratulations Rocklands Newest Eagles

Eagle Date Eagle Scout Troop Eagle Project
January 2019 J. Becher 2121 Two Lean-to Shelters at Old Town Beach, Warwick NY
  S. Gormley 2477 Three Benches with Planters for the Town of Warwick

September Rockland Round Up is Here


A posting from George Hoehmanns Facebook page:
One of the best things about being Supervisor is helping people to solve a problem that may seem insurmountable. About a month ago a senior citizen, a widow living alone with no family available in the area to assist her contacted me about getting some help to clean up her property. Her son who lives over one hundred miles away and has health issues cannot help and the property had become overgrown. Her husband died over twenty years ago and she lives on a fixed income unable to afford the cost that would be incurred to clean the property. I put her in contact with BRIDGES which has the CHORE program where seniors can get some basic home maintenance for a nominal fee. However the type of assistance she required was well beyond the CHORE program which typically does things like fixing a broken lock or fixing a leaking faucet.
So I suggested to my constituent assistant Lauren Daly that we contact a Boy Scout Troop. Yesterday, some scouts and adults from Troop 42 came to the senior home in Bardonia and spent several hours clearing the property.
Great job by scouts Kolby Schroer, Kryss Rojas,Scoutmaster Ed Medler and troop leaders/parents Eric and Lynn Muller and Dave Damo. Special thanks to Lauren from my office who got the scouts together with the senior who benefited from this wonderful work and for pitching in on the clean up. The generosity and enthusiasm of our scouts is just remarkable. 
Thank you all for helping to ease the burden of a disabled elderly widow enabling her to rest a bit easier now that her property is accessible again."
 

Congratulations to Rocklands Newest Eagles

April 2019 J. Brizzolara II Ship 2037 Replace Carpet with Ceramic Tile for Youth Group at St. John Lutheran Church

Pictures from the Rockland District launch are posted, click here for photo album


Spring 2019 Rockland Roundup Click here to view

 
2018 Cub-O-Ree
 
Sunday appeared to be a washout for many events all over the tri-state area.  From the news, activities left and right were cancelled because of those early morning rains.

BUT NOT OUR ROCKLAND DISTRICT CUB SCOUTS!!  It took a lot more than rains from the heavens to scare these Cubs away from the racing, the riding, the Scout skills, the food, the fun, and more, and the Spring Cub-O-Ree!

We would like to take this moment to recognize and thank those who made this event possible:
 
 
Pack 19, Mark Olson, Jack Meyers, Robert Piniero, Mike DiDomizio, Warren Collins,
Troop 2, Troop 10, Troop 29, Troop 33, Troop 37, Troop 42, Troop 55, Troop 79,
Troop 477,
Ship 37,
Orangetown Police Department, Pearl River Ambulance Corps, Bicycle Depot,
Pearl River Fire Department, Tilcon, Orangetown Highway Department, New York Life,
Clarkstown Highway Department, Tiger Schulman's Karate, 
West Nyack Fire Department, Pfizer for allowing us to use their parking lot
and
your Rockland District Activities Committee
 
Check out the Rockland District Photo Album for photos and aerial shots.  
 
If you are interested in joining the Rockland Activities Committee to provide wholesome events like this, contact Karen Breslow (alanandkarenbreslow@gmail.com).

Congratulations to Rockland's Newest Eagles

April 2018 W. Naughton 2055 Bat Houses at West Nyack Swim Club
  A. Tesik 2061 Information Sign & Beautification for Immaculate Conception Church
  J. Tyrie 2079 St. Francis of Assisi Church Flagpole Installation

March Rockland Roundup

February Rockland Roundup


https://patch.com/new-york/newcity/tigers-eagles

Troop 97 Congratulates John McGinn and Christian Pearson
PATCH.COM
 

Congratulation to Rocklands newest Eagles

January 2018

S. Brosnan

2078

Clarkstown, NY Town Pool AEDs & Information Board

 

A. Carbone

2036

Pearl River HS Auditorium Booth Renovation

 

V. Carney

2121

Law Enforcement Memorial for the Village of Greenwood Lake

 

J. Moon

2146

Tuxedo Park Trail Improvement

 

C. Petry

2037

Saint Catharine's Cemetery Restoration & Statue Garden

 

R. Slattery

2097

Bogert Family Cemetery Restoration

 

E. Vallebuona

2097

Germonds Trail Extension & Revitalization

 

C. Walsh

2002

Welles Crowther 9/11 Memorial