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Powahay District

"For strength of mind, body and character."

The logo for Powahay District is a medicine feather from a Shaman, or Indian medicine man.  The feather is strong medicine for curing and for strength of mind, body and character. Powahay (pronounced po-WA-hay) -- was a Chief and last representative of Indians in lower Fairfield County. His name was chosen as our district name to honor the Native Americans that once lived in the communities that make up our district. 

 

 

 

 

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District Facts

 

 

Towns Served Darien, New Canaan, Norwalk, Wilton, Stamford
Roundtables First Wednesday of the month at 7:15 p.m.
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints
682 South Avenue, New Canaan (Directions)
District Committee Meetings

Last Wednesday of the month at 7:30 p.m.
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints
682 South Avenue, New Canaan (Directions

   

 

District Key Leadership
District Chairman Craig Orr

craig.orr2@gmail.com

District Commissioner Thomas Williams

Tom.Williams@worldcontact.com

Executive Staff Lead Alex Cantor

alex.cantor@scouting.org

 (203) 513-9543

Unit Service / Program Executive Christian Sauer

christian.sauer@scouting.org

(203) 513-3195

Membership Executive Alex Cantor

alex.cantor@scouting.org

(203) 513-9543

Development Executive Elsie Hemmings

elsie.hemmings@scouting.org

(203) 701-6431