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The Wakpominee (WA) District is located in upstate NY and is one of 7 districts in the Boy Scouts of America's Twin Rivers' Council.  The WA District encompasses Warren, Washington, and Southern Essex Counties and the district is partially located in the beautiful Adirondack Mountains.

The WA District proudly serves the 1,405 Scouts and 400 Adult Leaders of the District's 28 Cub Scout Packs, 30 Boy Scout Troops, 3 Venturing Crews and 1 Explorer Post.    

To locate a Cub Scout Pack, Boy Scout Troop, Venturing Crew or an Explorer Post in your area to join, or find your Scout Unit's Website, click on "Units in the District" on the menu bar to the right.

Click on any story headline below to read more, to read the event flyer and/or to register (if online registration is available).  


Site last update 12/10/14.

Today's Top Stories

Leaders - Your Scouting for Food numbers are needed

We need the number of food items your unit collected, the number Scouts and the number of Adults that participated and the number of hours you spent on your SFF drive. Please email or call in your unit numbers to Chuck Meehan at or call or text 518-232-5501.

WA District Leader Roundtable - January 14 Recently Added Content

Since the December Roundtable was cancelled, this is our annual Christmas party. Please bring a wrapped $10 gift for the Christmas gift exchange. We will also be collecting cans of food to be donated to a local food pantry. Boy Scout Leaders, please bring a dish to share. Cub Scout Leaders, please bring a desert to share.

Nov/Dec Advancement News Recently Added Content

Click on this headline to read the most recent edition.

All Scouts-Community Service-Salvation Army Bell Ringers Needed

The Salvation Army is looking for Packs/Troops/Crews/Posts or individuals to staff their Red Kettles for the holidays. Bell ringing begins at 9am and ends at 9pm Mon thru Saturday (no ringing on Sundays). Please call 792-1960 to volunteer. This is a great community service event for your Pack or Troop.

Okpik winter Camping Training for Adults and Youth - Jan 10-11

Registration is limited to 18 adults and 6 youth. Registration closes December 25. Winter camping can be fun if you know the how. It is cold; there is snow; everything takes longer; and the days are shorter. However, there are advantages of winter camping: no bugs, no people and no rocks!! Click on this headline for the flyer and to register online.

Boy Scouts - WA Klondike Derby and Deep Freeze - Jan 30- Feb 1

The Klondike derby is an annual event, held during the winter months. It is based on the heritage of the Klondike Gold Rush. The typical Klondike Derby consists of stations where patrols/units must test their Scoutcraft skills and their leadership abilities, earning points towards a total score. Save the date and get ready for a great weekend of camping and competition.


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