William Mattar Training Center Opens at Camp Scouthaven
June 10th, 2021|
William Mattar law offices is pleased to announce that the Greater Niagara Frontier Council, Boy Scouts of America has dedicated a brand-new center to William Mattar at Camp Scouthaven in Freedom, NY. Mr. Mattar donated the funds to build the new training center, and he attended the building dedication ceremony and ribbon-cutting for the William Mattar Training Center on Saturday, June 5.
“It was an honor to be a part of the official opening of the William Mattar Training Center this past weekend. After years of planning, it is exciting to finally see this building completed just in time for the summer season at Camp Scouthaven. I am thankful to Assistant Scoutmaster Joe Szadak and everyone else involved in the project for all of their hard work and dedication,” said William Mattar.
The William Mattar Training Center project is a collaboration between the Greater Niagara Frontier Council (GNFC) and its sponsor, car accident attorney William Mattar. The 1,800 sq. ft. facility at Camp Scouthaven was donated by William Mattar and will serve many purposes, providing an all-weather scout training center during the camping season and a much-needed storage place for boats, canoes, and other adventure gear during the winter months.
William Mattar is an Eagle Scout and former leader of the local troop of the Boy Scouts of America, Greater Niagara Frontier Council. He has served as chairman for the Boy Scouts annual dinner since 2002, raising funds to support the organization, benefiting more than 10,000 children. For more information about William Mattar and his community involvement, visit www.williammattar.com.
About Greater Niagara Frontier Council
The Greater Niagara Frontier Council (GNFC) serves over 6,986 youths in the communities of Erie County and the western third of Niagara County. As part of the mission of the Boy Scouts of America, GNFC has several scouting programs to give young people opportunities to learn and grow and to help the leaders of tomorrow. For more information about Greater Niagara Frontier Council, please visit www.wnyscouting.org.