Seneca Waterways Council Boy Scouts of America 8-23-20

Executive & CEO of the Council Steve Hoyt joins Marti Casper to talk about this years Stories For Scouts. Due to Covid it was moved from May to September 4th at the Kodak Building on State Street. If you raise one thousand dollars you can rappel down the side of the building–all money raised goes to the local council. This is their biggest fundraiser of the year and Steve added that the annual popcorn sale may be adjusted because of the pandemic. Also, membership drive is on for boys and girls to join Scouting. It’s a $75 annual fee and there are so many programs for all ages. is the website to join. Steve says scouting teaches positive values and leadership skills while offering opportunities for adventure, excitement and achievement. Seneca Waterways Councilserves nearly 10,000 youth in Ontario, Wayne, Seneca, Yates, and Monroe Counties. Scouting builds character – develops personal fitness – emphasizes citizenship. To register to rappel go to