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 Note: We are not using paper registrations this year for the 2015 Summer Camp Season! Camp Payments will be made in the office. Also Pre-Order Camp Merchandise.  
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Columbia-Montour Council History Project

Columbia-Montour Council History Project

     The Columbia-Montour Council has undertaken a project to write as complete a history as possible of Scouting in the service area of the Council from thestart of the Boy Scouts of America in 1910 through the Council's 100th Anniversary in 2023. This information will be published in the form of a Council History Book for the Council's 100th Anniversary in 2023.
       It is expected to take several years to research, coalesce and publish this work,so we are starting now. It is critical for us to gather and catalog the physical artifacts (photos, journals, written and printed documents,uniforms, patches, pins, badges, neckerchiefs, essentially any Scoutingrelated material from this time period.  It is equally important for us to record the verbal history through the recollections of Scouts,Scout Leaders, Volunteers, sponsoring institutions, community supporters, anyone connected in any way to the Scouting program. Unfortunately, the founders and early members of the Scouting movement are no longer with us. However,we are hoping some of this history has been passed down and preserved by their families or acquaintances.
       We are very interested in hearing from the descendants or anyone who has information about the founding of Scouting and early Scouts, Leaders, Troops, Campsites, etc. We would love to see any personal journals, family photos, or other artifacts, or hear the verbal history that has been passed down.
For more information, to discuss this project, or to contribute informationto the Council History Project, please call Charlie Gregory, Chairman,Columbia-Montour Council Historical Committee at (570) 275-3019, or email him at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  You may also use the form below to e-mail him. Thank you for your help with this important Council project.

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Wednesday – 1pm to 5 pm

Thursday and Friday – 9am to 5pm

Saturday-Sunday: Closed
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5 Audubon Court
Bloomsburg, PA 17815
Phone (570) 784-2700
Fax (570) 387-4074

Office Hours & Contact Info

Monday and Tuesday – 9am to 5pm

Wednesday – 1pm to 5 pm

Thursday and Friday – 9am to 5pm

Saturday-Sunday: Closed
Address,Phone & Fax
5 Audubon Court
Bloomsburg, PA 17815
Phone (570) 784-2700
Fax (570) 387-4074
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