District Key LeadershipDistrict Chairman: Vacant
District Commissioner: Chet Szymanski General Help: Info
District Vice-ChairsProgram: Vacant
Training: Peter Nicolaysen
Advancement: Ellen Howe
Camping: Dave Hoffman
District RolesPopcorn Kernel: Trisha Collegian
Newsletter Editor: Mary Dickinson
Assistant Commissioner: Vacant
Roundtable/Unit Comm: Dale Dickinson
Asst. Roundtable Comm: Maryanne Kuhl
Asst. Roundtable Comm: Wes Rumpf
Unit CommissionerBill Burrows Bob Clark Brian Castler Bryan Lasher Dale Dickenson Elizabeth Fitzgerald Marie Herrington George Casey John Koch Maryanne Kuhl Ron Tremper Lester Cole Wes Rumpf
The Turning Point District is one of five districts in the Twin Rivers Council. The District serves over 600 youth in 42 units.
Our District’s geographic footprint has historical significance as the Battle of Saratoga, fought in the fall of 1777, is recognized as the Turning Point of the American Revolution.
While the Saratoga battles at Freeman’s Farm and Bemis Heights area at the southern part of the District, prior to these battles the British suffered heavy losses as they moved through Fort Ann and Fort Edward.
District Committee Meetings are the second Tuesday of every month (except July & August) at 7 PM
Roundtables are held on the third Tuesday of every month (except July & August)
The District Activities Committee meets the first Monday of each month (except July & August) at 7PM
Areas We Serve
Saratoga County – Ballston Spa, Corinth Central, Edinburgh, Saratoga Springs, Schuylerville, South Glens Falls
Warren County – Bolton, Glens Falls City, Glens Falls Common, Hadley-Luzerne, Johnsburgh Central, Lake George, North Warren, Queensbury, Warrensburgh
Washington County – Argyle, Fort Ann, Fort Edward, Granville, Greenwich, Hartford, Hudson Falls, Putnam Central, Salem, Whitehall
2022 – Vol 6 Iss 3 – Summer