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[lifeline2_about_us_output title=”The Boy Scout Outdoor Program” description=”is an integral Method of Scouting, the program is at its best when young people are given opportunities to experience nature. In this setting techniques learned at meetings come alive with purpose. Scouts learn the value of coperation, teamwork, and shared responsibilities while camping with their unit or patrol.

Learning by doing is a hallmark of outdoor education. Unit meetings offer information and knowledge used on outdoor adventures each month throughout the year. A leader may describe and demonstrate a Scouting skill at a meeting, but the way Scouts truly learn outdoor skills is to do them themselves on a troop outing.

Exercise and fitness are part of the outdoor experience. As Scouts hike, paddle, climb, bike, or ride, their muscles become toned and their aerobic capacity increases. When they work as a patrol to plan menus for their outings, they learn to purchase cost-effective ingredients to prepare flavorful and nutritious meals.” image=”925″]

[lifeline2_about_us_output title=”Day Camp” description=”Scouting – A Program for Everyone:
The programs offered by the Greater New York Councils and our camps are open to all registered Tigers, Cubs, Scouts, Venturers and Explorers. Rules for acceptance and participation in our programs are the same for everyone without regard to race, color, age, disability, religion or national origin. Our council camps are approved by the Boy Scouts of America and the states of New York and New Jersey.

Summer Camp Employment
Looking for something to do this summer? Are your parents nagging you to find a summer job? Why not consider a job with the Greater New York Councils, Boy Scouts of America? We operate three major camp grounds that span over 12,000 acres. If you are interested in adventure and helping others click here for the Summer Camp Staff Form.

Health & Safety:
Alpine Scout Camp, Ten Mile River Scout Camps and Camp Pouch are owned and operated by the Greater New York Councils. They are administered by full-time Directors and Rangers trained and certified through the National Camping School of the BSA and adhere to all state and local health codes. The camps are supervised by the Council Executive Board through the professional staff and volunteers from the New York City area.

Our Camps are inspected twice yearly by the Department of Health in both the states of New Jersey (N.J. Dept. of Health, Consumer Health Service, CN 369, Trenton, N.J. 08625-0369) and New York (N.Y. Dept. of Health, Monticello District Office, 6 Prince Street, Monticello, NY 12701). We are certified to operate long term youth camp programs.

Concern for the health and safety of our campers is of paramount importance. Physical property and facilities are maintained in top condition with inspections held regularly. Rangers are trained to deal with First Aid situations, with standing arrangements for emergency services with each of the nearby communities. During summer camp, our health lodge is staffed by a nurse on duty 24 hours a day and a doctor on call from a nearby town. The camp is also served by the town’s ambulance/hospital and fire department. Each camper (youth and adult) attending summer camp must have a current health exam conducted and signed off on by a physician. Parents’ authorization is required on the medical form, as well as complete information regarding the camper’s most recent inoculation records.

Eagle Scout Alex Fredericks was a Boy Scout in Troops 323 and 330 in Levittown, NY. He grew up camping at our very own Ten Mile River Scout Camps as well as Onteora Scout Reservation and Camp Wauwepex (now Schiff). Alex is a Partner and Capital Markets and Accounting Advisory Leader at Ernst and Young (EY). Alex has over 20 years of public accounting experience working with companies in various industries.

In his professional life, Alex leads Capital Markets and Accounting Advisory projects and in this capacity advises Fortune 500 companies and private equity clients and their portfolio companies. Alex leads the development and implementation of all technical training related to financial instruments, consolidation, and JVs to the Accounting Advisory practice. He is a member of EY’s business combinations/consolidation and financial instruments National Practice networks which provides subject matter guidance to both EY professionals and clients.

Alex is a graduate with honors from University at Albany the State University of New York and currently serves on the University’s Accounting Department’s Advisory Board and the Alumni Association Board of Directors.

In Scouting, Alex is in his second year on the Council Executive Board, and is a member of the National Eagle Scout Association. Alex brings experience and insight to the camping committee and is excited to work with the volunteers to make camping available for all units and youth in the Greater New York Councils. Alex will be involved with Scouting for years to come as he is about to begin his Scouting journey again this fall with a new Cub Scout in his house as a volunteer Tiger Leader with Pack 96 in Wantagh, NY.” image=”708″]