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The Hawk Mountain Council serves over 12,500 young men and women each year through the generous support and dedication of over 4,000 adult volunteers and Friends of Scouting:

Over 8,000 young men and women are registered in our programs in Berks and Schuylkill counties and part of Carbon County.

Nearly 2,000 youth from other Boy Scout Councils participate in our summer and year-round leadership and outdoor adventures at Hawk Mountain Scout Reservation.

Over 2,500 young men and women from local schools, churches and other civic organizations participate in Hawk Mountain Scout Reservation's leadership and outdoor programs.

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2015 Spring Golf Classic

34th Annual Sprung Golf Classic at LedgeRock Golf Club

2015 Sporting Clay Classic

For the benefit of the youth of Hawk Mountain Council, Boy Scouts of America...

Climbing MB Weekend - April

The C.O.P.E. and Climbing committee is hosting a climbing merit badge weekend...

Wood Badge Feast, April 11, 2015 @ HMSR

The Wood Badge Feast is not just for Wood Badgers, it’s for everyone; those thinking about taking Wood Badge, spouses, guests, and anyone who wants to come out for an evening of fine food and great fellowship...

Wood Badge 2015 - N6-528-15

WHAT IS WOOD BADGE? Wood Badge is BSA’s premier leadership training program....

Upcoming Council Training Events

Look for upcoming Council Training Dates here...

Help us Determine the Outcomes of Scouting

Parents and Scouts, please take a few minutes to complete one of our youth outcomes surveys. Your assistance will help us adjust our program and acquire the resources necessary to improve our camp and overall operations.

Harassment, Bullying and Hazing Prevention

Help us increase awareness and stop harassment, bullying and hazing in our society.

Unit Registration Status

BSA Change in Unit Registration Status - Effective August 1, 2015...

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