Scout Honor Societies

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Wolfeboro Pioneers - Founded in 1929 the group still existed as late as 2005 at Camp Wolfeboro in the Mt. Diablo Silverado Council. Youth members are elected by scouts in camp and Adults/staff candidates are elected by society members. Methods of elections have changed through the years. Youth must be at least First Class, spent one week in camp the previous year and have held a unit leadership position. Candidates are called out on Friday night then undergo an overnight induction process. There are no ranks or levels within the group but they do have officers. They have a patch. The OA also exists in the council and they coexist. The Pioneers focused on Camp Wolfeboro and the OA looked over the other three council camps.

A scan of the patch exists at the copy of

At one time the Wolfeboro Pioneers maintained a website at http:/  The site is no longer active, but a copy of the page can be found at at

References to the organization can be found at (Google Cache Copy)




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