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A Scout Is Helpful

The Thunderbird Club was started as a way for past staff members and friends of RSR to contribute directly to the camp for projects and programs that positively affect the campers’ experiences while at camp.  All donations to the Thunderbird Club are used solely to enhance the facilities and purchase program equipment for Rotary Scout Reservation above and beyond the operating budget.


Since it inception in 1998, the Thunderbird Club has funded the following:


  1. The Joe “Grizz” Uline Memorial Picnic Pavilions
    The Thunderbird Club supplemented the over $10,000 in designated funds raised for this project in memory of Grizz.

  2. Pavilions in all campsites as well as the Community Safety program area

  3. A beach volleyball court near Seneca Lodge

  4. Program supplies for new initiatives

  5. Basketball court

  6. Welcome kiosk at the Camp Office


  7. Thank you to all of those who have supported the Thunderbird Club with their time, talents, and financial contributions. 

Making a Donation

You can help support Rotary Scout Reservation by making your contribution to the Thunderbird Club today.  To make a contribution, please download the Thunderbird Club Donation Form: Thunderbird Club Donation Form.pdf


For questions about the Thunderbird Club, email: thunderbirdclub@rsrbsa.org.

Grizz Uline Family Picnic Pavilion

Thank you to all of the volunteers and friends of Rotary and the Uline family who contributed their time and money to help build the Grizz Uline Family Picnic Pavilion and BBQ Pavilion.  These two new pavilions will stand as a fitting tribute to a man who was the heart of Rotary Scout Reservation for so many years and who loved the Family Night BBQs. 


Please enjoy the following video, which shows how the Pavilion project went from being a dream to a reality in 2009.

Special thanks to Ed Keilen, who created this video.

Twin Rivers Council, BSA