Boy Scouts of America, Daniel Webster Council

2022 Goals:

The Daniel Webster Council goals are to raise funds that assist in providing programs to more young boys and girls in NH. Providing activities in person and virtually to promote adventure, leadership skills, and workforce development opportunities that foster healthy choices, character, and leadership to prepare for life.

Fundraising Events:

The Daniel Webster Council hosts events across New Hampshire to raise awareness and resources to support scouting every year. Our signature event, the Distinguished Citizen Award Dinner, honors an individual and/or corporation making a positive impact for youth and families. In addition, our calendar of statewide events includes Winni Derby (salmon and lake trout tournament on Lake Winnipesaukee), Cross Insurance Golf Classic, Women in Leadership Event, and several community events designed to recognize the leadership and efforts of our local troops. To see upcoming events, go to

Giving Opportunities:

It’s easy to give the adventure of Scouting to youth in New Hampshire! Our donors give in many ways to support positive youth development, and you can, too. In addition to attending or sponsoring special events outlined above, you can give to our Annual “Friends of Scouting” Appeal to support daily operations, make a single- or multi-year significant gift, help a specific program, camp property, or Scouting event; or make a planned gift. For more information, contact Bianka Cullen at In addition, you can visit to make or pledge a donation and learn more about NH Scouting Adventures!

Volunteer Opportunities:

The Daniel Webster Council exists to support volunteers in delivering youth programs of the Boy Scouts of America. Over 5,000 adult volunteers serve in various ways — from office work to trail building, from board governance to Cubmaster, from putting up tents to raising money. Volunteer opportunities are as varied as our programs and receive practical training on youth development, program delivery, youth protection, and outdoor safety.

Go to to learn more about Family Scouting and where boys and girls across NH can join the adventure of Scouting.

Board Officers

  1. James Steiner
    Chair of the Board
    Steiner Law

Michael Tager
Executive Vice-President

Stephen Curry
Immediate Past President
US Army Retired

John Arico
Council Commissioner
Arico Consulting

Jay Garee
Scout Executive & CEO
Daniel Webster Council

Ryan Warren
Council Treasurer

Jim Buttafuoco
Vice President at Large
Telcom, LLC

Andrew Richardson
Vice President Programs

Thomas Inzinga
Vice President at Large
iCE Field Applications, LLC

Richard Mason
Vice Present at Large
Center For Public Safety Excellence

Greg Placy
Vice President
Physical Resources
Colebrook, NH

Craig Donais
Vice President Administration
Wadleigh, Starr, & Peters, PLLC

Patrick Grace
Vice President District Operations
Focus School Software

Christopher Norwood
Vice President Development
NAI Norwood Group

Elizabeth Stodolski
Vice President Marketing
St. Mary’s Bank

Drew Cline
Vice President Membership
Josiah Bartlett Center for Public Policy

Clayton Cole
Vice President at-large
BAE Systems


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