The Staten Island Council prides itself on being a very traditional Council. We have many dedicated volunteers that help to keep our Council on the top of its game. We have well over 80 units and between those units and our school programs, we help to serve around 2,000 Staten Island youth.
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Staten Island Boy/Cub Scouts scout for Food With local food pantries nearly bare, the Staten Island Boy Scouts of America are stepping up efforts to restock the shelves to help their less fortunate neighbors. Read More >>
Staten Island Boy Scouts Help Recycle Check out the Boy Scouts help promote recycling to small businesses around Staten Island. Read More >>
Klondike Derby lives up to its name Neither rain, nor sleet, nor snow, nor ice can keep the Boy Scouts away, as was proven yesterday during the Klondike Derby, an outdoor event that tests their skills and endurance.
The Alaskan Gold Rush-themed event at Pouch Camp in Sea View was attended by more than 180 Scouts from troops across the Island. Prepared for the anything -- as Scouts always are -- they didn't mind the inclement weather and icy trails as they competed in eight different challenges. Read More >>
Passion and pathos at the Staten Island Pinewood Derby Ryan Chambers, an 8-year-old Cub Scout, brought his game face and handcrafted Aston Martin 007 car, equipped with machine guns, to today's annual Pinewood Derby, sponsored by the Staten Island Council of the Boy Scouts of America.
Each Cub Scout, with the help of an adult, crafted a vehicle out of a block of wood, four nails, and four wheels. Read More >>