Hours of Operation

 Rainbow Council 

Service Center

& Scout Shop

(815) 942-4450

Hours of operation:

 Monday-Friday

9:00am-5:00pm

HOLIDAY HOURS

 We will be closed

Good Friday - April 14th, 2017


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Executive Board

 The executive board is a functioning administrative group elected to take the necessary action to achieve the purposes of the council. It establishes the council program and carries out the resolutions, policies, and activities voted on by the council. It determines policy for the council in accordance with its delegated authority, and within the context of the Charter and Bylaws and the Rules and Regulations of the Boy Scouts of America.

 

The board protects the long-range future of Scouting in the community. Council board members play two complimentary but very different roles. First, like the familiar corporate board member, they govern the organization. Unlike the corporate board member, they also sign on as volunteers agreeing to undertake any assignment reasonably asked of them.   *Please note: we are in the process of gradually updating Board Member Bios

 

2016 Rainbow Council Executive Board Members 

 

 

Name

Board Position

Profession

Frank Andreano

Legal Council, Nominating &
DCAD Comms

Attorney, Partner

William Brogan

 

 

Chair of Aviation Dept

Robert Chiszar

VP Administration &
Budget Committee

Retired Accountant

Roger Claar

DCAD Committee

Mayor

Most Reverend

R. Daniel Conlon

Nominating Committee Chair

Bishop

Terry Cottrell

 

 

Salim Diab

VP STEM

Professor Emeritus

Wayne Draudt

 

Nominating, Budget &
Investment Committees

Executive Vice President Emeritus

Bert Jacobson

 

Dean for Environmental &
Institutional Sustainability

Ted Karns

 

Scout Executive

Diane Kloepfer

Council Commissioner

 

David Konopko

Special Projects Chair &
Clay Shoot Co-Chair

President

Robert Koziorowski

 

 

Brian Kuntz

District Chair- Waapi Lenaswa

Vice President

Dr Peter March

Investment & Endowment Committees

Owner/ Dentist

Brian McDaniel

 

 

Cecilia Mistretta

District Chair- Ishkote

Educator

David Naprstek

VP Alumni Relations

Business Agent

Jerome Nudera

VP Outdoor Adventures &
Nominating Comm

Undersheriff

James Petrakos

Capital Development &
Clay Shoot Committees

Principal Architect

George (Randy) Petri

 

Senior Commercial Broker

Robert Richardson

President

Business Owner

Janet Scott

DCAD Committee

Business Development  Director

Robert Shroba

Council Commissioner

President

James Solari

VP Fund Development;
 Comp  Benes Comm (Finance)

President

Mark Steadham

Treasurer and Comp &
Benes Comm

President & CEO

Michael Van Mill

 

President & CEO

Stephen Weber


Hunting Committee Chair

Treasurer

Michael Zegadlo

 

Deputy Chief of Police

Service Center/Scout Shop

Rainbow Council Service Center Address: 2600 N. Winterbottom Road Morris, IL  60450

Phone : 815-942-4450    Fax : 815-942-6716

 

Service Center Hours of Operation:

  • Monday - 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
  • Tuesday - 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
  • Wednesday - 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
  • Thursday - 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
  • Friday  9:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Service Center is closed for most major holidays...please check the Calendar Tab above.

 

During severe cases of inclement weather, we would advise you to please phone ahead to inquire of possible service center closing.

 

Please see the Council Staff page for specific contact information. 

Contact Info for Camp

 

Attention: 

 

If you are calling the Rainbow Council Service Center during normal business hours and do not get an answer by person or voicemail, we may be experiencing a power outage or other technical difficulty.  

The telephone system, including voicemail does not work when the power is out.  

Please try your call at a later time.

 

 

 

  

 

Council Staff

Name Position e-mail Address

 

Dawn Allen

 

Cub Scout Program Specialist

 

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Rabyn Cady

 

Executive Assistant,

Service Center & Shop Clerk

 

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Dee Hainzinger

 

Customer Service Director

 

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Ted Karns

 

Scout Executive
Chief Executive Officer

 

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Andrea Madrigal

 

ScoutReach

 

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Lori Manietta

 

Office Manager

 

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Brian Oakley

 

Ishkote District Executive

Areas:  New Lenox, Mokena, Frankfort, Manhattan, Kankakee County,

Morris, Minooka, Channahon, Coal City, Wilmington, Elwood & Gardner 

 

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Bryan Schroeder

 

Development Director

 

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Daniel Stromberg

 

Waapi Lenaswa District Executive
Areas:  Bolingbrook, Plainfield, Shorewood,

Romeoville, Lockport, Homer Glen & Joliet

 

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Insurance Overview

 

Comprehensive General Liability Insurance  

This coverage provides primary general liability coverage for registered volunteer Scouters with respect to claims arising out of an official Scouting activity. This coverage responds to allegations of negligent actions by third parties that results in personal injury or property damage claim that is made and provides protection for Scouting units, volunteer Scouts and chartering organizations.

 

Registered volunteers are provided primary coverage through the BSA general liability program, but not for vehicle or maritime (watercraft) liability, which is only on an excess basis; the owner's vehicle or maritime (watercraft) liability is primary. This insurance is available only while the vehicle or watercraft is in the actual use of a Scouting unit and being used for a Scouting purpose.

 

The insurance provided to unregistered Scouting volunteers through the general liability insurance program is excess over any other insurance the volunteer might have to his or her benefit, usually a homeowners, personal liability, or auto liability policy. 

 

The general liability policy does not provide indemnification or defense coverage to those individuals who commit intentional and/or criminal acts. The Boy Scouts of America does not have an insurance policy which provides defense for situations involving allegations of intentional and/or criminal acts.

 

Accident and Sickness Insurance

The Plan provides year-round coverage for injuries occurring anywhere in the world while:

  • Participating in an official Scouting activity. 
  • Traveling to and from official Scouting or Learning for Life activities. 

Coverage is provided for sickness that begins while the insured member is:

  • In attendance at an official overnight Scouting or Learning for Life activity or other covered event. 
  • Traveling to and from such an overnight or other covered event

Unauthorized and Restricted Activities

The Boy Scouts of America general liability policy provides coverage for a bodily injury or property damage claim that is made and arises out of an Official Scouting Activity. The Guide to Safe Scouting contains a listing of Unauthorized and Restricted Activities. Unauthorized activities are not considered Official Scouting Activities. Volunteers (registered and unregistered), Units, Chartered Organizations and Local Councils are jeopardizing insurance coverage for themselves and their organization by engaging in unauthorized activities. PLEASE DO NOT PUT YOURSELF AT RISK.