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Calendar

Aug
26
Sat
2017
Treasure Valley Homecoming @ Treasure Valley Scout Reservation
Aug 26 @ 3:00 pm – 8:00 pm

 Join in an evening of remembrance and reflection on over 92 years of adventure at Treasure Valley, and aid in endowing the future of the program of your beautiful camp.

Opportunities to give through auctions of historical memorabilia, donations to fund-a-need campaigns, and through the sale of throw-back TVSR gear, photo prints, and more will be available.

Guests 21+ only please.

 Legacy Project

In preparation for centennial celebrations, please help form an archive of visual media, memorabilia, and stories from TVSR from across the decades. Submit contributions in any form to “Legacy Project” at the Mohegan Council Service Center, 19 Harvard Street, Worcester, MA. Digital contributions may be sent to treasure.valley@scouting.org. If originals should be returned, please request this upon contribution.

Schedule of Events

3:00-4:30PM – Self-tours of camp with camp staff in designated locations. Parking in Jamboree Field.
4:30-5:30PM – Mingling Hour & hors d’oeuvres at the East Lodge Pavilion.
5:30PM – Dinner, program, and auction begin at the East Lodge Pavilion.

Attire – Country Club Casual dress is requested due to distance to parking, tours of camp, and outdoor setting of the event.

 Registration




Sep
11
Mon
2017
Quinsigamond District Roundtable @ First Congregational Church
Sep 11 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

roundtable

Quinsigamond Roundtables take place the 1st Monday of every month except for Mondays that fall on a holiday!

Roundtables are monthly leader’s meetings for all adult volunteers in your district. You can get help with ideas and trainings! It’s a great place to share ideas. Your district has a team of volunteers called the District Committee which helps develop quality district-wide programs in which boys can participate. Your district also has a team of volunteers called the Commissioner staff. They are our “service team.” They check on the health of your unit and are a communications link between your unit and the Scouting organization.

Sep
13
Wed
2017
Mill Town District Roundtable @ Heritage School
Sep 13 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

roundtable

Roundtables are monthly leader’s meetings for all adult volunteers in your district. You can get help with ideas and trainings! It’s a great place to share ideas. Your district has a team of volunteers called the District Committee which helps develop quality district-wide programs in which boys can participate. Your district also has a team of volunteers called the Commissioner staff. They are our “service team.” They check on the health of your unit and are a communications link between your unit and the Scouting organization.

Sep
16
Sat
2017
Camp EXPO @ Treasure Valley Scout Reservation
Sep 16 @ 8:30 am – 3:30 pm

Camp EXPO

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$5 Per Boy 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
* Full Trading Post open 8AM-5PM
* Weekend Camping available for units. Reserve on Tentaroo.


Boy 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 Trading Post!

Fun Activities 

  • Vendor Fair, Gaga, and Slackline on Pine Point
  • Dutch-Oven Deep-Fry and Open Pioneering at Scout Craft
  • Open Climbing at COPE
  • Archery Tic-Tac-Toe and Open Rifle at Shooting Sports
  • Paint Ball Woods Walk at Proctor
  • Mountain Bike Ride from the Farm House

  • Rocket Building & Launching + Crafts at Handicraft
  • Visit the TVSR Chickens and Harvest the Vegetable Garden + Guided Hike at ECon
  • Open Boating and Swimming at Waterfront
  • Walk-In Movie on Boonesville Saturday Night
  • Wilderness First Aid Training open to Adults. Register Here.

Sep
30
Sat
2017
Cub Safari @ Treasure Valley Scout Reservation
Sep 30 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm

Cub Safari

Register Now

$10 Per Scout – Adults Free
* Rolling Entry 9:00AM-3:00PM, Day Parking in Jamboree Field
* East Lodge Snack Shack open 10:00AM-2:00PM for Lunch
* Weekend Camping available for units. Reserve on Tentaroo.


Grab your free Safari Hat and enjoy a fun filled day of adventure with your Cub Scout! Your Cub will even earn Adventure requirements along the way that will help him throughout the year. Open activities and exhibits are stationed throughout camp, and don’t forget to visit the vendor fair Pine Point, and stop by the Trading Post!

Fun Activities for the whole family

  • Petting Zoo – Tigers In The Wild #7
  • Visit the TVSR Chickens – Tigers In The Wild #7
  • Fishing off the Docks – A Bear Goes Fishing #4
  • Tic-Tac-Toe Archery – All Ranks – Shooting Sports Award Patch (Level 1)
  • Guided Nature Hike – Tigers in the Wild #1 and # 2
  • Soap Carving – Bear Claws ALL + Whittling Chip
  • Leather Crafts –  Beat of the Drum #4
  • Gaga Ball – Running With the Pack #4, Stronger Faster Higher #6 (If Applicable)
  • Catamaran Canoeing & Rowboating – Floats and Boats #5, Aquanaut #10,

Oct
2
Mon
2017
Quinsigamond District Roundtable @ First Congregational Church
Oct 2 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

roundtable

Quinsigamond Roundtables take place the 1st Monday of every month except for Mondays that fall on a holiday!

Roundtables are monthly leader’s meetings for all adult volunteers in your district. You can get help with ideas and trainings! It’s a great place to share ideas. Your district has a team of volunteers called the District Committee which helps develop quality district-wide programs in which boys can participate. Your district also has a team of volunteers called the Commissioner staff. They are our “service team.” They check on the health of your unit and are a communications link between your unit and the Scouting organization.

Oct
11
Wed
2017
Mill Town District Roundtable @ Heritage School
Oct 11 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

roundtable

Roundtables are monthly leader’s meetings for all adult volunteers in your district. You can get help with ideas and trainings! It’s a great place to share ideas. Your district has a team of volunteers called the District Committee which helps develop quality district-wide programs in which boys can participate. Your district also has a team of volunteers called the Commissioner staff. They are our “service team.” They check on the health of your unit and are a communications link between your unit and the Scouting organization.

Oct
25
Wed
2017
Council Awards Banquet
Oct 25 @ 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm
Council Awards Banquet

Class of 2016/17 Silver Beaver Award recipients announced.

The Silver Beaver award was introduced in 1931 and is a council-level distinguished service award of the Boy Scouts of America. Recipients of this award are registered Scouters who have made an impact on the lives of youth through service given to the Council. The nature of service can be of large impact over a short-term or continual impact over a long-term. The amount given per year is based on a percentage of registered Scout units in the council and the quality of the recommendations received.

Outstanding Eagle Award announced.

The Outstanding Eagle Scout Award was created by the National Eagle Scout Association to recognize adult Eagle Scouts who have demonstrated outstanding leadership, commitment, and service to their community.

Nov
6
Mon
2017
Quinsigamond District Roundtable @ First Congregational Church
Nov 6 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

roundtable

Quinsigamond Roundtables take place the 1st Monday of every month except for Mondays that fall on a holiday!

Roundtables are monthly leader’s meetings for all adult volunteers in your district. You can get help with ideas and trainings! It’s a great place to share ideas. Your district has a team of volunteers called the District Committee which helps develop quality district-wide programs in which boys can participate. Your district also has a team of volunteers called the Commissioner staff. They are our “service team.” They check on the health of your unit and are a communications link between your unit and the Scouting organization.

Nov
8
Wed
2017
Mill Town District Roundtable @ Heritage School
Nov 8 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

roundtable

Roundtables are monthly leader’s meetings for all adult volunteers in your district. You can get help with ideas and trainings! It’s a great place to share ideas. Your district has a team of volunteers called the District Committee which helps develop quality district-wide programs in which boys can participate. Your district also has a team of volunteers called the Commissioner staff. They are our “service team.” They check on the health of your unit and are a communications link between your unit and the Scouting organization.