All scouting events require each and every attendee to turn in a completed COVID-19 PreEvent Checklist until otherwise posted. Click the bolded forms, print, fill out completely, and turn in the day of the event at check-in. Forms will be kept on file at Council Service Center until a specified period of time before being properly destroyed. ADULTS ALSO NEED WAIVERS TO ATTEND.

District Roundtable

Each month Five Rivers and Baldwin districts hold a monthly session, held the first Thursday of each month. Currently Five Rivers is held virtually via Zoom, Baldwin is held at St.Patrick's Parish Center. An email reminder goes out the week before and hour before the session.

What is Roundtable? Roundtables provide unit service that will assist unit leaders in preparing their youth to live the values of the Scout Oath and Law. They support unit leaders through delivering effective program ideas, relationship development, and timely communication.
Roundtables also provide an opportunity for sharing experiences and enjoying fun and fellowship with other leaders.

Who should attend Roundtable? All unit leaders, unit committee members, chartered organization representatives, commissioners, even registered parents should attend Roundtable, but in the busy world today, it is understood that with everyone’s full schedules that all leaders might not be able to attend EVERY monthly Roundtable. But it is almost ALWAYS possible that at least one adult from each unit is available to attend the monthly Roundtable.

Where can I find Roundtable Resources? Click here for in-person planning resources, Unit Commissioner and leader resources. Click here for virtual resources.

Virtual Scout Days

April 22, 24, 25, hosted by the National Constitution Center

The National Constitution Center is thrilled to offer Virtual Scout Days for Scouts nationwide! Scouts can participate in special, LIVE virtual programs, including museum tours, panel discussions, trivia games, and more! All of our programming is specifically designed for Scouts and customized to help them achieve select requirements for badges.

Introduction to Outdoor Leadership Skills Training

April 23-24

For Scoutmasters, Asst. Scoutmasters. Committee Members and camping adults are welcomed. This hands-on course provides adult leaders the practical outdoor skills they need to lead Scouts in the out-of-doors. It not only covers the skills to go camping with a troop, it also demonstrates ways that these skills can be presented to the scouts in the troop. Upon completion, leaders should feel comfortable teaching Scouts the basic skills required to obtain the First Class rank. Along with Scoutmaster Specifics, this course is required of all direct contact leaders registered in Boy Scout Troops in order to be considered “trained”.
Topics of this training include:

  • Campsite Selection
  • Outdoor Ethics
  • Fire Site Preparation and Building
  • Cooking
  • Ropes—Whipping, Tying, and Lashing
  • Woods Tools—Knife, Camp Saw, and Ax
  • Plant Identification
  • Animal Identification
  • Finding Your Way—Map and Compass Reading
  • Packing and Hiking Techniques

Printable Registration Form

Online Registration Link -deadline 4/14, 12noon

Baldwin Spring Banquet

May 6

Please join us as we present our generous volunteers with awards they have earned through the 2020-21 Scouting year. Some awards include District Award of Merit, Summertime Pack Award, Percy Pearson, Cub Scout & Scouts BSA Training Awards, and more. Dinner is included. No night of event walk-ins permitted.

Online registration link - deadline April 29, 12noon.

Baldwin District "Top Scout" Camporee

May 14-16

"Top Scout" puts all scout skills learned in BSA to the test in fun and active ways! First class and higher ranking scouts will be competing in skill-oriented friendly competitions. New scouts and those in second class rank will work on perfecting these necessary skills, while still placing in individual competitions.

Online Registration Link - deadline 5/12, 12noon

Leader Guide and Score Sheets forthcoming

Summer of Service

April 1- October 1

Summer Initiative to promote Scouting's impact in the community, nation wide. Answer the call to make a positive impact in our neighborhoods and communities. Join us today, with projects big or small, in a Summer of Service!

Find resources, ideas, print your certificate, and order your patch(es) all in one place!

Summer Camp Staff Interviews

Staff Application 2021

Please call the office to reserve your virtual interview slot. All paperwork must be completed and submitted prior to scheduled interview date.

Scouts BSA Summer Camp

Session 1- June 13-16

Session 2- June 16-19

Following the National BSA's Safer Apart guidelines for summer camping, the Mobile Area Council will be holding 2 separate, shorter camp sessions. New merit badge counselors and merit badge opportunities are confirmed. Prices have been drastically cut to accommodate this year's camping. But don't delay, earlybird prices end May 14. Camperships are still available and open until April 30. We have a fun new director ready to update our camp program. Campers will enjoy a back to basics camping experience this summer.

Merit Badge Sneak Peek:

  • Auto Maintenance
  • American Heritage
  • Archaeology
  • Forestry
  • Game Design
  • Genealogy
  • Home Repairs
  • Moviemaking, and much more!

Click here for the 2021 Leader's Guide

Cub Scout Day Camp

Baldwin County - June 7-10 'Weird Science'

Mobile County - June 14-18 'Down on the Farm'

Did you see the ad in Mobile Bay Parents magazine?! Day campers will enjoy in-person and virtual activities connected to the week's theme. Shirts and patches are ordered right after the May 15th deadline, so don't delay! Invite fellow scouts, non-scout friends and family for a great time hosted by the Mobile Area Council.

Campership available for Mobile and Baldwin Counties

Volunteers willing to help need to contact the Camp Directors before signing up.

Cub Scout Resident Camp

June 24-27 @ Camp Maubila

Are your young scouts ready to camp away from home for a few nights but not ready to leave Mom and Dad? Cub Scout Resident Camp is a fun scouting experience where parents attend and participate in activities with their scouts.

More details coming in a few weeks.

If your Scout needs financial assistance, please click the link to complete and submit either Baldwin or Five Rivers district campership application by April 30, 2021 for campership consideration. Reason for scholarship (loss of job, single parent family, hurricane damage, COVID related, etc) is mandatory. Make sure the unit leaders signs the form before submission. Type event name and 'Campership Application' in subject box of email.