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On My Honor - The Hawk Mountain Council Story  ... 1908-2010

The Hawk Mountain Council Centennial Memory Book!

Price Reduced from $50 to Only $15


Book

It’s a Beautiful Color Book with 240 Pages, including…

  • Scouting history from Berks and Schuylkill Counties and Panther Valley Area since 1908

  • Histories from Daniel Boone, Appalachian Trail, and Hawk Mountain Councils

  • Great photos and stories from Camps Indiandale, Blue Mountain, Howard, Greenwood, Hopewell, Nisatin, Shikellamy and Hawk Mountain

  • Listing of over 5,000 Hawk Mountain Council Eagle Scouts

  • Listing of all Silver Beavers and other major Awards

  • Order of the Arrow, Wood Badge, Cub Scouts, Venturing, Exploring, Philmont

The price has been reduced to $15, $23.50 if you want it mailed to you.

Order your book(s):     610-926-3406

It is a beautiful large-format book with 240 pages of color illustrations and information on how Scouting started in England, came to the US, and started in the present Hawk Mountain Council in 1908. Over 100 people contributed thousands of stories and pictures for the book. It has chapters on our camps, Kittatinny Lodge, Wolf's Lair, Wood Badge, training, jamborees, Philmont, awards, etc. The names of over 5,000 Hawk Mountain Council Eagle Scouts are listed in the book.

In the Forward, the late Senator Michael O’Pake stated:

This book is ... a remarkable achievement. Everyone who has invested their time, talent, and energy in making it a reality deserves special thanks and congratulations for all of their hard work. For those who have been involved with Scouting, this work will provide hours of enjoyment and become a treasured keepsake. And for those who are not too familiar with Scouting, this book will provide both a historical record of Scouting’s import and impact in our region and serve as a catalyst for them to support the movement. So I encourage everyone to enjoy this remarkable historical text and share it with your friends and neighbors; it is sure to become a favorite for them.

Steve Henning is the editor of the book and is available to give presentations on the book to service clubs and to Scout meetings where adults are present. He can be contacted at .

Take A Sneak Peak

Names - Review the names that appear in the book:

Eagles - Names of the over 5,000 Hawk Mountain Council Eagles

Awards - Names of recipients Silver Beaver Award and 1910 Society, Angel Award, Cliff Dochterman Award, Daniel Carter Beard Masonic Scouter Award, Distinguished Eagle, Founders Circle, George Meany Award, Good Scout Award, James E. West Award, Quartermaster Award, Ranger Award, Silver Antelope, Silver Award, Silver Beaver, Silver Buffalo, Silver Fawn, Spirit of Scouting Award, Whitney M. Young, Jr., Award

Others - List of 954 names mentioned in the text of the book.

Contents - Table of Contents

Forward - Forward written by State Senator Michael O'Pake

Introduction - Introduction written by Scout Executive Dan Adams

Acknowledgements - The list of over 100 people who contributed material for this book.

Chapter 1 - Hawk Mountain Council – Who We Are and Where We’re Going

Chapter 2 - Timeline…100 Years of Scouting

Chapter 3 - The Origins of Scouting

Chapter 4 - Scouting Comes to America

Chapter 5 - Stories of Appalachian Trail Council…1908-1971

Chapter 6 - Stories of Daniel Boone Council…1917-1971

Chapter 7 - Stories of Hawk Mountain Council…1971-2008

Chapter 8 - The Good Times…Camps and Reservations

Chapter 9 - Always Prepared…Scout Training and Skills

Chapter 10 - Through the Years…Scouts and Scouting Activities

Chapter 11 - Scouting’s National Honor Society…The Order of the Arrow

Chapter 12 - We Remember…Major Awards and Recipients

Chapter 13 - The Eagle Scout…A Complete List of Our 5,000 Eagle

Glossary - Scouting Jargon

Index - Complete Index to the Book

Order your book(s):     610-926-3406

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NEWSPAPER ARTICLES

Reading Eagle, January 25, 2009 (1.2 MB PDF)

Republican Herald, January 26, 2009 (1.8 MB PDF)

Kutztown Patriot, February 12, 2009 (0.5 MB PDF)

Greater Reading East Merchandiser, August 18, 2010 (1.8 MB PDF)

Greater Reading North Merchandiser, August 18, 2010 (2.1 MB PDF)

Greater Reading West Merchandiser, August 18, 2010 (2.2 MB PDF)

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