Welcome to the Chief Cornplanter Council Website
Welcome to the official web site of the Chief Cornplanter Council. This site was created as an additional means of communications about programs and services provided by the council to our Scouting families, adult volunteer leaders and the community. We hope you find your visit informative and enjoyable.
By now, all of you should know that Dan Wolboldt is missing. Please add your prayers to all of those already being offered for his safe return to us. If anyone has actual information as to where he is, please contact the Conewango Township Police Department immediately. We will post any updates on our Facebook page which can be found here
The Warren Times Observer article can be found here
Unfortunately, at this time, there is no news with regard to Dan Wolboldt’s disappearance.
The hundreds of calls, emails and facebook messages we’ve received are a testament to what Dan means to all of us. He has touched so many lives. Please continue to keep Dan and his family in your prayers, as we will.
We’re sure that the authorities are doing all they can to find him. We support their efforts and we promise to update everyone whenever we have relevant news.
One thing is plainly obvious to us. Whatever the outcome, Dan wants Scouting to continue in the Chief Cornplanter Council. He spent countless hours working with his Troop, at Camp, with the Order of the Arrow, Wood Badge, Jamborees, our Executive Board and in so many other ways that few, if any, know about. Dan has led by example to make our Council the best we can possibly be, to bring the amazing program of Scouting to as many youth as possible, and to ensure that we’re here for the future generations of Scouts we have yet to serve.
Not knowing is hard. The one thing we can be confident about is that Scouting should and will continue “business as usual” in the Chief Cornplanter Council because Dan wouldn’t have it any other way.
We, and our Council Executive Board, stand by Dan in this endeavor and we sincerely hope that you will to. One thing you should never doubt is that Dan Wolboldt wants us all to continue Scouting, in any way we can.
May God bless Dan and his family.
Yours in Scouting,
Sean Ellsworth, Council President
Dan Glotz, Council Commissioner
Kevin J. Bonner, Scout Executive
Warren Gives is a twelve-hour online donation event sponsored by the Community Foundation of Warren County. On May 8, 2013 from 8 am until 8 pm, this website will be open for donors to give to their favorite charities. At the end of the day, the foundation will tally the donations and match a percentage of the total donations received by each organization. The more you give, the bigger the match!
The Chief Cornplanter Council has been selected by the foundation to take part in this event. Giving online is easy, quick, and secure.The minimum donation is just $25 and you can make up to 10 donations per transaction!
We are asking everyone to stay tuned and look for further information on Warren Gives. Then, on May 8, go online to their website (warrengives.org) and make a contribution to the Chief Cornplanter Council.
The more people who make a donation on that date, the larger share of the matching funds will be awarded to us by the Community Foundation. Please help us raise more money for Scouting in our Council by joining in the Warren Gives effort!
Pork Connacher and his family would like to thank all of you who sent prayers and well wishes to him and his family. His Surgery went well and he should be home soon.
|Chief Cornplanter Council will celebrate its 100th anniversary in 2013. We have many events to help us celebrate our birthday. Click Here for details.|
|The new Healthform can be downloaded Here. Daycampers must fill out Sections A & B. All overnight campers, staff and other volunteers staying overnight must have parts A & B and C all completed.|
|The new Tour Permits are now online and can be found on your MyScouting.org page.|
Statement of Purpose
It is the mission of the Chief Cornplanter Council and the Boy Scouts of America to serve others by helping to instill values in young people, and in other ways to prepare them to make ethical choices over their lifetime in achieving their full potential. The values we strive to instill are based on those found in the Boy Scout Oath and Law.
OUR SPECIAL THANKS!
The Warren County United Fund continues to make a significant impact on the quality of program delivery to the Scouts and families of the Chief Cornplanter Council. The continued interest and generosity of our United Fund partner helps to guarantee the uninterrupted service to the youth in all neighborhoods and communities throughout the Warren County area.
This web site and the information it contains is provided solely for the use of people interested in the Scouting program of the Chief Cornplanter Council, Boy Scouts of America. It was developed originally by a volunteer Scouter, and has now been updated and will be maintained by the Chief Cornplanter Council as an additional means of communications for the benefit of our Scouting families, adult volunteer leaders, and the community at large.
All information contained herein, although believed to be accurate, is offered as a public service with no representation or guaranty as to its accuracy.
The site will always be under construction, and will continually update the information when it becomes available. The information can be updated daily, or even more frequently. So, please check back often for the most current information.
BETTS SCOUT SERVICE CENTER HOURS:
Monday - Friday
9:00AM to 4:00PM