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

What's coming up in the Rockland District for 2016-2017 scouting year

Rockland District News

What's happening in the Rockland District?  Post your troop, pack, crew or ship news here.  

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

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Upcoming Events:

Show your HVC PRide and order your Jambo Swag Now

We can show our HVC pride and feel the Jambo experience along with our contingent.

On Saturday, July 22nd, the scouts will be attending a stadium show where all of the scouts will watch a massive scouting festival event. Jamboree is encouraging us to wear "local flair apparel" to the show. The entire contingent will wear their HVC Class B t-shirt on July 22nd. In the past this stadium event is broadcast online - free for folks to watch from home. How cool would it be if friends, family, brothers, sisters, and pets all wore our HV t-shirts on July 22nd and organized some Watch Parties?!

There is a hard deadline of June 14th so it can be in and sent out before Jamboree.  This is a one-time order.  And I think the HVC shirt is really cool this year and matches the trim or the patches!  The hat is a Boonie Cap, (the final design is not shown) and will have a Jambo logo and HVC embroidered on it as well.  

The Hudson Valley Council is pulling up anchors on July 17th & setting sail to the Bechtel Summit. You can be a part of the experience by purchasing the 2017 Patch Collector Set for Hudson Valley. Save, Trade & Display this limited edition memorabilia.

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District Program Launch

June 12th

7:00-9:00 pm

Camp Bullowa

For all Leaders and Troop adults


Rockland District News

Sloatsburg Resident Becomes Eagle Scout

Suffern High School senior Garrett Nicholson's project was a paved walkway at The Valley of Heroes at the Sloatsburg Community Fields.

Sloatsburg Resident Becomes Eagle Scout

From Rockland County: Rockland County Executive Ed Day congratulated Suffern High School senior Garrett Nicholson of Troop 2146 on becoming an Eagle Scout at his Eagle Scout Court of Honor. His community service project included the construction of a paved walkway at The Valley of Heroes at the Sloatsburg Community Fields. The “Heroes Walk” leads to two monuments honoring World War II veterans. “Thank you to Garrett for beautifying this area that draws more attention to the monuments dedicated to our heroes,” said County Executive Day. “I wish him all the best in his future endeavors.”


Boy Scouts work hard to leave no trace…but the Rockland District Cub Scouts left some tracks today!
The Rockland District, of the Hudson Valley Council in New York, held its 2017 Pushmobile Derby on May 7th. Beating an unusually cold afternoon and light spotted showers, the District Cubs, leaders and families united to show off their hard work on their cars.
And hidden in all the fun was some great learning and advancement opportunities. For young Cubs, building the car is a first opportunity for engineering and construction. The local fire services taught about first aid and fire safety. Local Troops and Crews facilitated everything, including cooking, camping and hiking demonstrations, knots and lashings, crafts and more!
Their hard work paid off. All in all, it was a great day for everyone.  Thank you Jack Meyers for all the great pictures!

Click here to see pictures of pushmobile derby           

2017 Rockland District Dinner Photos - Congratulations to all the winners.  

Thank you Denis Tanney for all the great pictures Click here for photos

CONGERS - A walk was held in Congers Monday to honor veterans and local heroes.

The Carry The Load walk took place on Lake Street and Burnside Avenue.

Hundreds of walkers took about a one-mile trek with the American flag. The walkers then handed off the flag to other walkers to continue the journey into New York City and eventually Dallas, Texas.

The flag came from Boston and made a pit stop in West Point before it reached Congers.

The Carry The Load organization was started in 2011 by a former Navy SEAL and aims to restore the memories and sacrifices of the veterans who served overseas.

The goal is to get the flag down to Dallas before Memorial Day.

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Congratulations to Rocklands April Eagle Scouts

April 2017

J. Bryant


Prayer Garden Refurbishment with Benches for Gracepoint Gospel Fellowship


B. Camillieri


Nanuet Senior High School and WWI Beautification


G. Ehrie


American Legion Beautification Project


C. Pearson


Elmwood Playhouse Improvement Project


M. Russell


St. Catharine's Grotto Beautification


S. Warniaha


Powerhouse Nature Trail w/ Entrance Sign & Bench


Sports and Scouting

Josh Hart is plays basketball for Villa Nova which is currently ranked number 2 in the Big East Conference.  Josh is one of the top 5 players in that conference.  I personally know how much sports competes with scouts, especially right around that Weblo to scout transition and again when starting high school.  I am the parent of an Eagle/Scholar Athlete who is currently playing competitive lacrosse in college.  Click on link below to hear his story.


Congratulations to all our New Rockland District Eagle Scouts

January 2017  

            Matthew Lobaton       2078    UNICO Bocce Ball Court at St. Joseph Regional High School

            Ryan Fallon     2078    Tappan Zee HS Welcoming Area - Wooden Sign with Flower Ring & 4 Picnic Tables

            Benjamin Ludwig       2079    Beautification Project at St John’s Church

            Andres Hernandez-Rodriguez            2097    Camp Venture - George Strayton Center Beautification Project - Walkway & Arbor

December 2016          

            Devon O’Loughlin      2034    St. Vincent De Paul Food Pantry Garage

            John McKeon  2034    Old Stone Church Trash Enclosure

            Garrett Nicholson       2146    Heroes Walk at Village of Sloatsburg Community Fields

            James Pietrangelo        2079    American Legion Post 1682 Sign and Landscaping

October 2016 

            Thomas Fitzpatrick     2078    Swinging, Climbing and Sliding for Camp Venture

            Andrew Hekl  2146    Playground Project - 4 Picnic Tables & Planter for George F. Baker High School

            John Poulos     2021    American Legion Memorial and Beautification

            Jared Simon    2021    Dog Decks for Hudson Valley Humane Society

September 2016         

            William McIsaac         2019    North Rockland High School Band Room Cabinetry

2017 Summer Camp

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T21 Cleans up Harriman Trails

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There is a new Crew forming in Rockland!

BSA Venturing Crew

Ages 14-20 Male & Female

Join a new Scout Crew designed to provide all members with a unique opportunity to learn about firearm safety, equipment and actual shooting.

This Crews official formal start date will be December, we will still be soliciting for new or existing Scouts who are interested in firearms and shooting.

An official BSA application must be completed and submitted to be included with the Crew application to the BSA.

Come to the November 28th meeting, 6:30 61 Hunt Road Orangeburgh,  for meeting details contact:   info@pearlrivergunclub.com

Rockland Troops Remember 911

Troop 21 attends  9/11 ceremony at Donna Hallett Park in Suffern.  This is the 15th anniversary and the troops 15th time participating in the ceremony.

New Eagle Scout in Clarkstown  

This project beautified the outside of Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 9215 in Upper Nyack.

By Lanning Taliaferro (Patch Staff) - August 30, 2016 8:15 am ET 

NYACK, NY — Congratulations to Clarkstown's newest Eagle Scout Shane Walsh.

For his Eagle Scout project, Shane enhanced, honored and beautified the outside of Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 9215 in Upper Nyack.

The project created a welcoming environment and place for veterans and their families. Clarkstown Supervisor George Hoehmann and County Executive Ed Day attended the ceremony.

Ramapo scouts to create 'box city,' run food drive

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