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Serving the youth of Central Massachusetts since 1911

Merged Council Name Announced

From the American Revolution through the Industrial Revolution to today’s Technological Revolution, our Council sits at the crossroads of independence, community spirit, and ingenuity. These New England values are shared by Scouts and Scouters in our new Heart of New England Council, BSA.

Upcoming Events

Sep
15
Sat
2018
8:30 am Camp EXPO @ Treasure Valley Scout Reservation
Camp EXPO @ Treasure Valley Scout Reservation
Sep 15 @ 8:30 am – 3:30 pm
Camp EXPO @ Treasure Valley Scout Reservation | Rutland | Massachusetts | United States
Camp EXPO $5 Per Scout – Adults Free * Opening – 8:30AM. Closing – 3:30PM. Day Parking in Jamboree Field * East Lodge Snack Shack open 10:00AM-2:00PM for Lunch * The Post 8AM-5PM * Weekend Camping available for units. Scouts! Missing camp? Come back out for an exciting day of open program! Your favorite camp staff are back for more fun and adventure around camp. Don’t forget to stop by The Post! This event is open to all Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, Venturers, Explorers, and their guests. Fun Activities
Oct
24
Wed
2018
6:00 pm Council Awards Banquet 2018 @ Pleasant Valley Country Club
Council Awards Banquet 2018 @ Pleasant Valley Country Club
Oct 24 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Council Awards Banquet 2018 @ Pleasant Valley Country Club | Sutton | Massachusetts | United States
Council Awards Banquet
Apr
26
Fri
2019
all-day Wood Badge 2019 at TVSR @ Treasure Valley Scout Reservation
Wood Badge 2019 at TVSR @ Treasure Valley Scout Reservation
Apr 26 – May 19 all-day
Wood Badge 2019 at TVSR @ Treasure Valley Scout Reservation | Rutland | Massachusetts | United States
Wood Badge N1-254-19 Click here to register   You are invited to join us, and find your own Adventure ! Background The first Wood Badge course was held at Gilwell Park outside London, England from September 8th to 19th in 1919. Although the founder of the World Scouting Movement, Robert Baden-Powell, had outlined the course syllabus, he did not lead the course. He left that task to others he had trained, who brought the same dedication to their program and its continuing success. The participants enjoyed good weather, except for one heavy thunderstorm which, as a participant wrote, “had its

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