Happy New Year Goshen Leaders! Phil Barbash here. Just wanted to drop you all a note and give you a couple of updates. I’ll do my best to be brief, a trait I’ve never been accused of having: We currently have 145 units signed up to attend Goshen Scout Reservation in some capacity. […]
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Hello Goshen Leaders! I did want to drop you a quick note and let you know that we will be opening registration for Goshen Scout Reservation summer of 2018 at 9AM on October 2nd, 2017. We will use the same deposit as last year, which is the full cost of one youth to attend. That […]
Hello Goshen Leaders! I promise this note to be briefer than two weeks ago. If you are brand new and did not receive my note two weeks ago, please let me know and I will forward: 1. Please do keep in mind that every single youth and adult that pays by the early […]
Hello Goshen Leaders! Phil Barbash here again. And thanks again to those that are joining us for the first time who have recently made their deposit. A couple of quick updates: We are piloting a new STEM Program to run out of Camp Olmsted this summer! It will be run during Week 3 […]
Hello Goshen Unit Coordinators! Phil Barbash here. Thanks again for joining us this summer! Just wanted to drop by with a few things to note: 1. Our 2017 Goshen Leaders Guide is now online on the “Prepare for Camp” page of gotogoshen.org. Please have yourselves and the parents that are joining us this […]
Hello All! First off, thank you so much for coming to Goshen this last summer, and all you did to support the youth that attended. Overall, we had a fantastic summer and made a positive influence on over 4700 youth, as well as about 1800 adults throughout the course of the summer. Believe it […]
Goshen Scout Reservation, a fully accredited camp, is the home of three resident Scout camps, two resident Webelos camps, and the Lenhok’sin High Adventure Base, all centrally located around beautiful, 450 acre, Lake Merriweather.