White Horse

 The White Horse District proudly serves all of Camden County, New Jersey and its 37 municipalities -- Audubon, Audubon Park, Barrington, Bellmawr, Berlin Borough, Berlin Township, Brooklawn, Camden City, Chesilhurst, Clementon, Collingswood, Cherry Hill, Gibbsboro, Gloucester City, Gloucester Township, Haddon Township, Haddonfield, Haddon Heights, Hi-Nella, Laurel Springs, Lawnside, Lindenwold, Magnolia, Merchantville, Mt. Ephraim, Oaklyn, Pennsauken, Pine Hill, Pine Valley, Runnemede, Sicklerville, Somerdale, Stratford, Tavistock, Voorhees, Waterford, Winslow, and Woodlynne. 


Scouts' Own Services Information

Roundtable Information

District Executive Janet L. Boris janet.boris@scouting.org
District Chairman Mike Borinski whitehorse-chair@gardenstatescouting.org
District Commissioner John Galati whitehorse-com@gardenstatescouting.org
Ass't Dist. Commissioner Milton Smith msmith@kitchenandassociates.com
Activities Chairman Phil Snyder PSnyder.GSCBSA@verizon.net
Activities Co-Chair CS Mark Starcher njpack165cubmaster@gmail.com
Activities Co-Chair CS Patti Barr patti.cubscouts@gmail.com
Advancement Chair Jim Gibson WhiteHorseEagles@outlook.com
Finance Chair Paul Bouchard paulbouchard18@gmail.com
Membership Chair Frank Garriel fgarriel@gmail.com
Popcorn Chair Dan O'Rourke omtlaurel@outlook.com
Religious Emblem Chair Joe Brennan jpbrenfsa@verizon.net
Roundtable Chair CS Steve Leth Steve@leth.org
Roundtable Chair BS Pat Shannon PiVaNJ@aol.com
Training Chair Bill Genes whitehorse-training@gardenstatescouting.org
Family Scouting Chair VACANT  
Venturing Chair Irene Sullivan irnjankowski@yahoo.com


Join us the second Tuesday of each month at the Glen Landing Middle School, 85 Little Gloucester Road, Blackwood, NJ 08012.  We gather at 7:00PM.  Get information, meet other Scouters, share your experiences, and ask any questions you may have. 

NOTE: For June, August and September - Roundtable is at the Cub Pavilion at the Pine Hill Scout Reservation.  There is no roundtable in July.



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Thank you to all the units who submitted their re-charters.  For those units who have not, please submit your charter as soon as you can.  Each chartered organization will be contacted by the District Executive to confirm their decision on "family scouting" and to sign their 2019 Charter Agreement.

The White Horse District had a series of Membership Incentives for the Fall of 2017.  For 2017, the White Horse District had 13.8% growth in membership!  Thank you to all the units who actively recruit and introduce new families to scouting!  In 2018, the White Horse District will be going for a Gold JTE Score.  We ended 2017 at Silver.

White Horse District - Leading the Way!


District Committee Meetings (led by the District Chair) are held the first Thursdays (usually) at 7PM -- 1st Baptist Church of Haddonfield 124 Kings Hwy East. Committee and Activity Chairs should be prepared to bring updates and present a report regarding their area of operations. 

Are you looking to serve on our District Committee?  We're always looking for Scout leaders and community leaders -- including those without direct Scout experience -- to help.  If you're interested in serving (or know somebody who may be), please contact our District Chair Mike Borinski.

DISTRICT COMMISSIONER STAFF -- Providing "hands-on" personal service and support for individual Units.

District Commissioner Staff Meetings (led by the District Commissioners) are held the first Mondays (usually) at 7PM -- 1st Baptist Church of Haddonfield, 124 Kings Hwy East.  Unit Commissioners should be prepared to bring updates and present a report regarding their assigned Unit.  Are you interested in being a commissioner?  Share your love of scouting and your experience with other units.  If you are interested or know someone who would be, please contact our District Commissioner John Galati or our District Executive Janet Boris.

Upcoming District Events:

WHITE HORSE Activities File Update for 2018!

Downloadable listing of all future White Horse Districts events, meetings, trainings. 

Click HERE to download the file in MS Excel format.  The Excel format is sortable for your convenience.  The file is available below in .pdf format. 

Earn the Garden State Council Winter Camping Award!

Click HERE to download the flyer for more information.

Training Opportunities!

Training is the most important thing an adult leader can do to insure a successful and safe unit.  The White Horse District has announced Adult Training Courses for the 2017 - 2018 Scouting year.  Good stuff like; Basic Adult Leader Outdoor Orientation, Ccoutmaster Specific, Den Leader Specific, Cubmaster & Assistant Specific, ITOLS!  Register on-line using the calendar after you d/l the schedule.  Click HERE to download a copy of the schedule.  Click HERE to download a listing of BSA Basic Adult Training Courses.


Delaware Riverkeeper Service and Learning Opportunities

The Delaware Riverkeeper has several opportunities for Scouts to learn about the Delaware River ecosystem and to participate in several service opportunities and to learn about the delicate ecosystem.  Events such as Horseshoe Crab Surveying, identifying aquatic insects, birds, plants, fish, mushrooms, etc.  There is also the opportunity for a day hike to learn of the history of Petty's Island, and a night hike on Petty's Island to learn about bats and their important role in nature!  Download these fliers for more information.

Click HERE for more information about the Petty's Island.

Click HERE for Delaware Riverkeeper Volunteer & Learning for Scouts.

Click HERE for more information on Horseshoe Crab Surveying.

2018 Camp Cards Are Here!

Contact Janet Boris to order for your unit.

Save The Date Flyer for 2018 Cub Activities

Click HERE to download the White Horse Derby listing of exciting Cub events!

White Horse District Pinewood Derby

Race Results Are Posted!

Become one of the millions of Cub Scouts who have been building and racing Pinewood Derby® cars since 1953. Partnered with a parent or adult mentor, Cub Scouts work together, strengthening bonds and building confidence – and their own custom race cars! They begin by choosing a car design, then carve it out and detail it with paint, decals and other accessories, and perfect strategies to compete in their pack's own Pinewood Derby. It's s a wonderful learning experience centered on teamwork, ingenuity and sportsmanship – all for the thrill of the race and a lifetime of great memories to share with fellow racers young and old.

Weigh-In: March 4, 2018 9am to 1pm at Runnemede Scout Building, Sheppard and Holly Avenue, Runnemede, NJ

Race: March 18, 2018 **NEW DATE** at the Voorhees Town Center 11am to 4pm

Click HERE for the official race results.

Click HERE for photo.

Click HERE for the event flyer.

Click HERE for the unit entry form.

Click HERE for the 2018 Derby car build guidelines.

White Horse District Spring Camporee

Winners Announced!

A super-fantastic time was had by all! Incredible great weather!

Winning Troops were:

Shotgun - Troop 3159

Archery - Troop 3054

Rifle Shoot - Troop 3122

Water Baloon Launching - Troop 3048

Ring Toss - Troop 3159

Stave Launcher - Troop 3159

Throwing Stars - Troop 3054

Rifle Shoot Excellence Award - Mason Sherman, Troop 3159


Cub Family Camping Camporee

White Horse District “At the Movies CuboRee”

Saturday, June 16, 2018


[For the Packs running events - thank you! You can arrive as early as 8:00 a.m. to set up your activity (aka event station). The areas will have been staked out on Friday afternoon.]


The cost is $5 per person. Each person will be handed an event patch as they check-in.


Flag Opening Ceremony: 11:00 a.m.


Location: Rowan Scout Resource Center and Training Center (693 and 695 Rancocas Road, Westampton, NJ 08060)


Program areas begin at 11:30 a.m.   Each group will have a schedule for going through the different event stations.  One of the stations will be LUNCH.  Hotdogs, chips, and water bottles will be provided.  If you would like any other beverages, please bring your own.  Also feel free to bring lawn chairs or a picnic blanket to sit on while you eat.   


Each of the stations is movie-related and it will be a lot of fun!  We have also incorporated “An American Tail: Fievel Goes West” station and that station will be BB shooting.  Participants will be asked to score the stations as they go from station to station.  (A score sheet and more information will be provided at check-in.)

Individual families can attend even if your pack is not attending.  Walk-ins are welcome but it would be great if you could register at:  http://dk.gardenstatescouting.org/event/at-the-movies-cub-o-ree/2380317

We anticipate the events ending by 3:30 p.m. at which point we will go into the Rowan Building and have freshly popped popcorn and watch a movie.  At the conclusion of the movie, we will have some songs and skits and an award ceremony. 

The event will end by 6:00 p.m.

This is a RAIN or SHINE event!

Questions?  Concerns?  Contact Janet Boris at Janet.Boris@Scouting.org or 609-304-9553.