On November 23, Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf announced additional mitigation orders designed to curb the spread of COVID-19. These measures include that “unless impossible, all businesses must conduct their operations remotely, through individual teleworking of their employees. Where telework is impossible, employees may conduct in-person business operations, provided that the business fully complies with this...Read More »
New Birth of Freedom Council, BSA
With great sadness, we pause to remember and salute the life and volunteer Scouting career of Don Roseth, 91, former Council Commissioner and Executive Board member of the Keystone Area Council. Don passed away on Tuesday, November 23. Don was a strong supporter of the Boy Scouts of America program for over 50 years. He...Read More »
There is a known issue with accessing Scoutbook after the recent domain change. BSA IT is working to resolve the issue.
Known workarounds to access Scoutbook, on either a computer or mobile device, are either:
1. Clear your cache. See How to Clear Cache for All Major Browsers and clear cookies for the scoutbook.com domain....
The New Birth of Freedom Council is encouraging all Cub Scout Packs, Scouts BSA Troops, Venturing Crews, Sea Scout Ships, Explorer Posts, and STEM Labs to participate in this year’s Scouting for Food and Shelter Drive. This is the single largest service project conducted by our Council....Read More »
Interested in learning more about the Executive Board’s decision to close Camp Tuckahoe indefinitely in order to address tree concerns at the camp? You can participate in a ZOOM webinar on Thursday, October 29 at 6:30 PM. The presenters that evening will include Dr. David Foster, Professor of Biology and Environmental Science at Messiah University...Read More »
The health and safety of our Scouts, leaders, and Scouting families is always our highest priority. This focus has been at the forefront as we have sought to navigate the current COVID-19 pandemic safely. Now, as we’ve been able to resume some Scouting activities, we face a new health and safety challenge – this time...Read More »
It is with profound sadness that we fondly remember the life and Scouting career of our friend and colleague Cathleen Jo Vujasin, the Council’s Fundraising Administrative Assistant and longest-tenured member of our support staff. Cathy, 64, passed away at UPMC Pinnacle Community Osteopathic Hospital on Wednesday, September 9. Cathy first started her career with the...Read More »
The New Birth of Freedom Council is delighted to welcome our newest staff member, Tyler Roman, as the Administrative Assistant in our Camping Department. Tyler brings a wealth of Scouting experience to this role, including service as a member of the summer camp staff at Camp Tuckahoe each year since 2014, most recently serving...Read More »
It is with great sadness that we remember and salute the life and volunteer Scouting career of John Riggle, 72, former president of the York-Adams Area Council and the inaugural Council Commissioner of the New Birth of Freedom Council. John passed away at his home in St. George, UT on Saturday, August 22. It was...Read More »