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- Council Calendar
- 2017 Yukon Challenge
- ATV Weekends
- Hooked on Scouting Fishing
- Upcoming Training Courses
- 2017 National Jamboree
- Boston Museum of Science - Jan. 15-16, 2017
- Springfield Thunderbirds Scout Nights
- Upcycling Program
- News & Events archive...
Welcome to Scouting
The Western Massachusetts Council serves over 6,600 young people and over 1,700 adult volunteers in Berkshire, Franklin, Hampden, and Hampshire Counties of Western Massachusetts.
The Council has programs for boys and young men ages 5-20, and young women ages 13-20.
Get started now:
- Learn about Scouting
- Register your child for Scouting
- Volunteer to help Scouting
- Learn how you can support Scouting
NEW 2016 WMC Investors' Report
For the very latest in Scouting:
Friends of Scouting Campaign
Our annual Friends of Scouting Campaign is underway. Please make a tax-deductible donation to support Scouting in Western Massachusetts.e
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In the Spotlight:
Tuesday, November 29 is Giving Tuesday! The Western Massachusetts Council greatly appreciates all our generous donors. You support makes the difference in the lives of the nearly 7,000 youth we serve each year, right here in western Massachusetts. Thank you for your continued support.
WMC's 'Compass' Newsletter
New updates from the Lodge - "Meet, Greet & Eat" (Oct 2), Grey Wolf Day (Oct 22) and updated Lodge calendar (Aug 8).
Click here to access the webpage.
2017 National Jamboree
Check out the latest updates on the Jamboree Info & Registration page.
- Campership applications being accepted
- Scoutmasters named