District Roundtable

Roundtable is a monthly program offered by each District that gives leaders hands-on experience and provides a forum for leaders to offer and receive help from their fellow Scouters. Unit leaders, committee members, chartered organization representatives (CORs) and commissioners are encouraged to attend.

Baldwin Roundtable will be held every first Thursday of the month at 7pm

Five Rivers Roundtable will be held every second Thursday of the month at 7pm

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Registration is now open on Black Pug. This year you can choose from Engineering & Electricity; Chemistry; Journalism just to name a few. Each class is $25.00 which includes lunch and a patch. We also have Oceanography being offered at the Dauphin Island Sea Lab for $35.00. Lunch is not included for this class. Also being offered for adults only Short- Term Camp Administrator course for $65.00, this includes lunch, patch and certificate. This course is good for 2 years.

Please use the link below to register.

Top scout 2023

TOP SCOUT CAMPORALL 2023---- March 3-5, 2023

Registration is NOW open and accepting registration on Black Pug. Leaders Guide and all information you need for TOP SCOUT CAMPORALL 2023 is at:

2023 Top Scout Camporee Leaders Guide

Catholic winter adventure

Catholic Winter Adventure ---- February 24-26, 2023

Leaders guide has all the information as for registration, merit badges and all the excitement to look forward to at Winter Adventure 2023

Catholic Winter Adventure 2023 Leaders Guide

Wood Badge

Wood Badge is an advanced, national leadership course open only to Scouting volunteers and professionals.

The Course is over 2 weekends.

Weekend 1: March 10, 2023 - March 12, 2023

Weekend 2: April 15, 2023 - April 16, 2023

Register on Eventbrite first and then pay through the Council.

You must attend both weekends. The first weekend begins at 7 a.m. on Friday, 10 March 2023, and runs until Sunday evening, 12 March 2023. The second weekend starts at 7 a.m. on Saturday, 15 April 2023, and concludes Sunday evening, 16 April 2023. The course fee is $295.00 and must be paid in full by 2/1/2023. A $100.00 deposit must be received to reserve your spot. Register online with your information and contact the Mobile Area Council office to pay the deposit or the entire course fee via credit card, check, or cash. The council phone number is (251) 476-4600 or email

Wood Badge 2023

Register online here

Check out the video below for additional information.

National Youth Leadership Training

Mark your calendars for one of the most exciting leadership training experiences one can have in the BSA. NYLT is a weeklong leadership training opportunity that is extended to present and future leaders within troops, crew and ships within the Mobile Area Council. This training aims to give one hands-on experience in the outdoors, build upon Scouter life skills, and help that individual live up to the Scout Oath and Law to the best of their ability. Registration is now open, please do not hesitate to register, spots are limited.

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As we prepare for this training, we invite adult leaders and NYLT graduates who are interested in serving as staff for NYLT 2023 to apply. Please contact Chris Strain at

Youth NYLT Staff Application

June 11-16, 2023

National Jamboree

Never been to a jamboree at all? Find out how you can give your Scouts and adults a once-in-a-lifetime experience!

Check out the Facebook page that we will be using to make announcements.

Information Guide

Registration form

July 19-28, 2023

Pre-Event Checklist

All district and council events require each and every youth & adult attending to submit a completed Pre-Event Checklist at check-in. Print, fill out completely, and turn in upon arrival at the event.

No walk-in or day of registration will be permitted at ANY event. We are sorry for the inconvenience, but remember, Be Prepared.

Annual Health & Medical Record

Camping season is upon us! As a reminder, be sure to encourage ALL participants to fully complete the Annual Health & Medical Record (AHMR) for ALL activities. And yes, the 2019 version is current.

To be sure to have the most current information, remember to link to the AHMR, and don’t host your own version.


  • Parts A & B - For all events/all participants less than 72 hours in duration.
  • Parts A, B & C - For events/resident camps lasting 72 hours or more.
  • Risk Advisory - Don’t forget the Risk Advisory for each of the High Adventure Bases. This should be reviewed with your healthcare provider at the time of your pre-participation exam.
  • Council Based High Adventure Program - We’ve built this template for you to develop your own risk advisory for your council high adventure program to share with your campers.

If you have questions, contact


All Mobile Area Council's council, district, and local Order of the Arrow events can be supported by camperships from local donors, companies, and United Way of Baldwin County. Applications must be turned in prior to the earlybird deadline. The granted amount must be confirmed by email from Council Staff prior to Scout's registration. There are no refunds or transfer of campership. Submitted forms MUST include unit leader's penned signature and specific reason for financial assistance. Send forms either by mail, delivery or email to Council Service Center.

MAC Campership Application 2022

Baldwin United Way Campership Application

Refund Policy

The Mobile Area Council has devised and approved a refund policy for all council and district events. Please be aware there is a lot planning and preparation to host these levels of events. Early bird registration is a privilege for those that plan ahead. Event fees and deadline for registration is a hard deadline to allow directors and trainers time to purchase program supplies and food.

Click here for the MAC Refund Policy.

Click here to be directed to online Refund Submission Form.