Welcome to Williamson Road District

   District Executive: Chris Theurich

   Field Office Address:114 Pine Street, Suite 203, Corning, NY 14830

   Phone Number: 607-368-4138

   Email: chris.theurich@scouting.org

 

The Williamson Road District is comprised of three school districts in PA - Southern Tioga, Wellsboro and Northern Tioga - and three school districts in NY - Addison Central, Campbell-Savona, and Corning-Painted Post.

Key Volunteer Leadership:


Useful Links:

General website resources:

 


The Merit Badge Counselor List is updated daily.  Please click on the link below to ask for the current counselors for any badge:

Contact for current Merit Badge Counselor List

 


Roundtable

Cubmasters, Assistant Cubmasters, Den Leaders, Scoutmasters, Assistant Scoutmasters, Unit Committee Members, and Parents - you are cordially invited to Roundtable, which is the first Thursday of every month during school, at 7 PM in the Williamson High School cafeteria.

The purpose of roundtable is to provide supplemental training to unit leaders, so they can provide a stronger program for their boys - this includes:

  • Program ideas to take back to the unit

  • Tips for meetings

  • Ideas to help units succeed

  • Skill reinforcement to help with teaching boys

  • Unit leader resources

  • Council training available

  • Information on upcoming events

  • Information on BSA and Council policies

  • A forum for sharing ideas and experiences with other unit leaders

* We would always like to make Roundtable better for you and your unit!  Please fill out the survey below:

Roundtable Survey

Contact Roundtable Commissioner

 


Williamson Road District Volunteer Recognition Dinner April 12, 2019

The Emmanuel Lutheran Church , North Corning, was the scene of this year’s Annual Williamson Road, Five Rivers Council,  April 12, Volunteer Recognition Dinner. After opening remarks by Curt Groeger, District chair, Bella Bessler, Kalee McGuire, and Jada Taft, a group of new scouts representing the Five River’s Council’s first female Scouts BSA Unit, Troop 2044, Elkland, presented the opening  ceremony.

                Scouts, Tyrus Friedrichsen and Bryce Kolpien,Troop 61,  Corning,  then lead the attendees in the Pledge of Allegiance and the Philmont Grace.

 

District Scout Executive, Chris Theurich, presented the following awards: District Award of Merit, Tom Miller, District Camping Chair, Polar Bear Chair, and Spring and Fall Camporee Chair; Cubmaster of the Year, Russell Beals, Mansfield; Scoutmaster of the Year, Dee Jay Swan, Troop 2044, Elkland; Trailblazer Award, Debra Brewster,Pack 129,  Addison, New York; Volunteer of the Year, Melissa Brewster, Pack 129, Addison, New York; How ard Carlson Sr. Commissioner Award, Joe Johnson, District Commissioner; Spark Plug Award for enthusiasm and friendliness, Crystal Vanzile, Campbell summer camp leader, District Summer Camp Chair and Joe Duretto, Jiffy pop Award. 

                Also recognized  during the evening were: Crustal Dorn, Tioga County Summmer Camp Chair; Bonnie Miller, a 47 year tenured scouter, Tom Socha, Public Relations Chair, Training Chair; Connie Cummings, Scouting for Food, Advancement  and Roundtable Chair and Peter Reif, Eagle  Advancement Chair and Jon Miller, Order of the Arrow Chair. 

                During the meeting, Groeger announced that the 2020 dinner will be held in December in conjunction with the District Eagle Recognition Dinner. Scouts from Troops 2044 retired the colors and Troop 61 ended the meeting by leading  the group in the recitation of the Scout Laws.   


District Events

 

District Meetings

special thanks to Corning Incorporated and its employees for generations of support to Scouting

special thanks to the Corning Foundation for its continued support of Scouting through the Employee Matching Gifts and Dollars for Doers Programs 

 

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