Stories tagged with: Ed Mulholland

September 19, 2015 - 4:29pm
10 weeks 15 hours ago

Moorehead Avenue looked more like the wild west Saturday.

The Muskingum Valley Boy Scouting and Resource Center hosted the 'Zane Grey Wild West Family Fun Day' as part of a 2 month literacy campaign. Kids from the local community got the opportunity to make rope, brand their own leather book mark, and dress up like a cow boy or girl in a relay race. Executive Director of the Muskingum Valley Boy Scouts Ed Muholland said he's happy to see the community come out for the day.


July 4, 2015 - 6:07pm
21 weeks 1 day ago

The community gathered for the Fourth of July Family Fun Fest at the Boy Scout Service Center Saturday.

The property is open to the public each year for fireworks viewing. This year, some new and exciting events were added for area families to enjoy. Executive Director, Ed Mulholland told us more.

"We've got a shooting gallery, we have an archery range, face painting, we're giving away free cotton candy and hot dogs and drinks."

Music, fire dancing by Pyrotechnica...

May 27, 2015 - 3:57pm
26 weeks 4 days ago

The Boy Scouts of America are honoring local businesses that have donated to the Capital Campaign. 

A gift of over $25,000 to the campaign earns membership into the National Second Century Society. The distinction shows gratitude toward organizations and people who help the B.S.A. 

"We are here to present Mr. Littick and WHIZ a membership in what's called the Second Century Society," said chairman of the Muskingum valley Council Capital Campaign, Tom Sieber....

September 11, 2014 - 4:45pm
1 year 11 weeks ago

The Muskingum Valley Council of Boy Scouts told us about a new campaign Thursday.

'Once an Eagle, Always a Leader' sends the message to parents of Boy Scouts or those thinking of joining, that scouts is more than just camping and outdoor activities. Scout Executive Ed Mulholland says that it prepares youth for their future.

"What we're doing is building character, strengthening family ties, teaching boys achievement and how to set goals and be successful and ultimately they'...

April 24, 2014 - 4:15pm
1 year 31 weeks ago

 The Muskingum Valley Council Boy Scouts will be holding the 11th 'Commitment to Excellence' banquet to present the North Star Award

It is the highest award that can be presented to a former boy scout or cub scout who is not actively scouting. State Senator Troy Balderson will be receiving the honor.

"Troy just came to the top of the list very quickly as someone who is well recognized in the community for the service he's given for years," said Ed Mulholland,...

August 22, 2013 - 3:49pm
2 years 14 weeks ago

The 'Send Your Boss to Camp' fundraiser starts Friday outside of the Boy Scouts on McIntire Avenue. It's a new fundraiser for the Muskingum Valley Boys Scouts and they plan on using the money to help off-set the cost of camp.

"The idea is that employees of various businesses have collected pledges to raise money to support scouting really but if they raise enough money, they send their boss out and he's got to camp for one night, tomorrow night," said Executive Director of...

June 3, 2013 - 10:07am
2 years 25 weeks ago

In May the Boy Scouts of America made a vote that will impact their organization on a national scale.

A resolution passed by 61 percent of the vote to not deny membership to youth on the basis of sexual orientation alone. Executive Director Ed Mulholland said that the issue of homosexuality has become a world wide issue and one that can be divisive.

"Our society is pushing a lot of organizations to be more tolerant. Youth are in a phase of their life where they're growing...

April 22, 2013 - 10:22am
2 years 31 weeks ago

The Muskingum Valley Council of the Boy Scouts of America undertake a huge project.

Fundraising is under way for a $3 million project that will allow the council to build a new resource center at it's current Moorehead Avenue location while making improvements to its campgrounds near Coshocton.

"People want to go a place where they can feel good about scouting," said Executive Director Ed Mulholland. "They come into this building now and its 50 years old. It doesn'...

April 19, 2013 - 10:45am
2 years 32 weeks ago

Over 1,200 scouts will call the Muskingum County Fairgrounds home this weekend.

Scouts from seven counties are taking part in Scout Fest. It's a full weekend of camping and other activities. It's also a way for the scouts to learn about area history, patriotism and wildlife through interactive events. They'll be archery, Civil War re-enactors and hatchet throwing.

"Kids don't go outside as much as they used to," said Executive Director of the Muskingum Valley Boy Scouts...

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