Welcome To the Boy Scouts of America!
For over a century, the Boy Scouts of America has created a strong foundation of leadership, service, and community for millions of America’s youth ranging from ages 6 - 21. In 2012 the organization celebrates two centennial anniversaries: the 1st Scout achieved Eagle rank and the organization launched “Boys Life” as its official magazine.
The Revolutionary Trails Council, one of the first councils established in the United States, has impacted the lives of over 8,000 men and women through a variety of age specific programs in the central New York counties of Oneida, Herkimer, Madison, Hamilton, Lewis, and Otsego. Since 1913, over 4,300 Scouts have achieved the rank of Eagle Scout under the guidance of leaders in our council.
Information about United Way:
United Way of the Valley & the Greater Utica Area is a local, independent non-profit organization funding area programs and services addressing crucial community issues in the impact areas of health, education, income, basic needs and emergency services. For more information about United Way, to donate to the annual campaign or volunteer for an upcoming event, visit www.unitedwaygu.org or call (315) 733-4691.