Mt. Monadnock District, New Hampshire, Daniel Webster Council, Boy Scouts of America home page


July 25, 2017: We've now switched to our new server. Your patience while we fix the potholes and get the last eight weeks of content transferred over. Sorry for the disruption, but we'll be fully operational by our District kickoff on Aug. 22

Thank you for visiting the Mt Monadnock District Web Page!

Mt Monadnock District serves towns in the Monadnock Region in southwest New Hampshire with Boy Scout, Cub Scout and Venturing programs:
Alstead, Antrim, Bennington, Chesterfield, Deering, Dublin, Fitzwilliam, Francestown, Gilsum,Greenfield, Greenville, Hancock, Harrisville, Hillsborough, Hinsdale, Jaffrey, Keene, Lyndeborough, Marlborough, Marlow, Mason, Nelson,New Ipswich, Peterborough, Richmond, Rindge, Roxbury, Sharon, Stoddard, Sullivan, Surry, Swanzey, Temple, Troy, Walpole, Washington, Westmoreland, Winchester, and Windsor

How to Get Your Child Involved in the Scouting Program

Cub Scout Sign Color If you are a parent and would like your son to get involved in Scouting (or daughter in Venturing), please visit the Boy Scouts of America's BeAScout.org referral system, which routes your request back to the appropriate unit leader in your area.

2017 Spring Camporee

Join the many Boy Scouts, Venturing Crew, and Scout Leaders who will converge on the Deering Fish and Game this May to participate in the Bear Necessities Spring Camporee. There is lots of fun for new and experienced Scouters. Details at the 2017 Spring Camporee page.

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Know a young woman or young man 14-21 who likes outdoor high adventure activities? Please pass the word. Details at the Venturing page.

Adult Scout Leaders, This Website is for You

Solid Scout Logo Bw Whether you are a Cub Scout, Boy Scout or Venture Crew leader, this is the first place you should look for official information about Mt Monadnock activities and contacts. Share your ideas with your fellow leaders. Find out the important information you missed at the District Roundtable. And this site will also act as a portal for everything Scouting, both in the Daniel Webster Council, and BSA National Council.

Resources for Leaders

Important District Information

Upcoming Events

Hoge Base Information
  • You are familiar with software Admin Panels
  • You enjoy exploring and playing with many options
  • You already know Tiki

Daniel Webster Council Links

A Trained Leader is an Effective Leader!

Virtual Roundtable

Visit Our Scout Leader Virtual Roundtables
If you are a Cub Scout leader, Boy Scout leader
or Venture Crew advisor, our Virtual Roundtables
will help you get the information you need to
run a great program. (You must be registered on
the site to access this information)

Blogs from our "Key Three"

District Commissioner Kathy Schnyer
Kathy Schnyer has been our District Commissioner since September 2015. She always has a smile on her face and is willing to help you make your unit more successful! READ HER BLOG!
Key Three

District Chairman Rich Crowe
Your District Chairman is new to the job, but not to the Mt Monadnock District. Rich Crowe has been around the District for several years as a Scoutmaster of Troop 530, Order of the Arrow Advisor, and other District posts. Rich's job is run our District Committee meetings, make the trains run on time, and to represent the District to the Daniel Webster Council board meetings. And if you need a good joke, Rich ALWAYS has one. After all, a Scout is Cheerful! READ HIS BLOG

District Executive Josh Beaucher Image
Welcome to our new Mt Monadnock District Executive, Joshua Beaucher! ("Bow-Shay") Eagle Scout and UNH graduate, Josh started on May 15th and has jumped right in! Please make him feel welcome. READ HIS BLOG!

Cub Scout News

District Pinewood is Scheduled!

Boy Scout News