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Andrew McMorris Memorial Walkathon & 5K
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Baiting Hollow Scout Camp
Located on the North Shore of Long Island and serving Scouting since 1926, Baiting Hollow Scout Camp is Suffolk County Council’s camping program headquarters.Click Here
2021 National Jamboree
This is an exciting event with more than 30,000 Scouts and Scouters gathered at the Summit in West Virginia.Learn More
Council Virtual Campfire
Join us for our 3rd virtual campfire Friday, June 12 @ 7pm.Learn More
COVID-19 Advancement FAQ's
Answers to your questions regarding advancement for all of our scouting programs. Also find out how your Life scouts can apply for an extension for Eagle Scout.Learn More
Baiting Hollow Scout Camp has Summer Camp programs for Scouts of all ages! Find the camp program that is right for you and come join the FUN!
Special COVID-19 Information Available....Learn More
Fellowship Dinner 2020
Join us as we celebrate our volunteers and recognize Silver Beaver HonoreesLearn More
Important Update regarding COVID-19 - Please read our information for resuming Unit Activities beginning Friday, May 29, 2020.
Parent and Leader Guidance on the Use of Virtual Meeting Technology and Safe Scouting
Scouting is all about safety. Virtual meeting technology is allowing Suffolk County units to continue the delivery of Suffolk County Council's Scouting program. Parents and leaders need to be aware that both Youth Protection Training and proper etiquette apply when participating in a virtual meeting, including meetings such as advancement discussions for merit badges and Eagle candidate meetings.
Two deep leadership always applies whether in person or electronic communications. A parent, guardian or designated adult must always be present (in the room) to monitor the youth's participation throughout all Scouting virtual meeting. Proper etiquette should also be monitored down to proper attire such as Scout uniform or activity shirt in a video conference.
Invites and pass codes to meetings must not be shared with individuals who are not an invitee. If at any time it is suspected that a stranger not invited has joined a meeting, the meeting should be immediately terminated. There are news reports of malicious individuals crashing Zoom meetings posting hate speech or offensive material. Leaders should use judgement. We want to protect our youth.