The Grand Columbia Council is located in Central Washington.  The Council serves the Chelan, Douglas, Grant, Kittitas, Okanogan, Yakima and portions of Adams, Benton, Ferry and Klickitat Counties with Boy Scouts of America Programs like Cub Scout, Boy Scouts, Varsity, Venturing and Exploring.   Click here for a map of our coverage area.



Wenatchee Wild

Information Flyer Here




snowsportsChief Kamiakin Ski Day


Who? All Scouts, Family Members, Friends, No scout registration required.
Where? White Pass Ski Area
When? January 16, 2017 Tickets will be passed out between 8am and 9: 30am in the Day Lodge. Look for a table staffed by Brian Bell in Scout uniform to receive your preordered tickets.
How do we get there? Parent/ Unit arranged transportation. Units must file a Tour Permit if transporting youth.

Questions? Call or Email Brian Bell at 509-952-2220 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or the Yakima Service Center at 509-453-4795
Please register early. We need 25 skiers in order to participate in this offer. This is a 25% discount over the regular price.

Additional information and order sheet here.




fifeSummer Campbonapart

 It is not too early to sign up for Summer Camp. Two of the finest Summer Camps in the Pacific Northwwest are located right here in the Grand Columbia Council.

Sign up now for Camp Fife or Camp Bonaparte.

Sign up form here. 


fall popcorn sale


It is Popcorn Time!

Each district's Roundtable this month should roll out the popcorn sale.

Materials are available, contact John Warren.  He will work with you to arrange for sales information, product samples, and guidebook.

The Guide Book can be downloaded from here.


  In other news... 


Boy Scout advancement requirements are changing. Effective January 1, 2016, advancement requirements have been revised. In addition of some changes and additions to requirements, 'Scout" will become a rank. You can find a table describing the new requirements here, and a description of transition here.


The Congressional Award gives you the opportunity to be recognized by Congress for many of the activities you already do, but you must register before any of your service begins counting toward the award.  The award includes voluntary public service, personal development, physical fitness, and camping overnight.  Register now and start counting your time!  You will need to select an adult advisor who can guide you through the program.  Troy Pugh of Ephrata has experience with this program and is willing to work with any youth who would like to work toward earning any of the levels of the Congressional Award, including the Gold Medal.  He can be reached at 509-398-5074.  Detailed information regarding the program and advisors can be found at

Completing your Eagle Scout paper work?  Please take a minute to fill out this form as well so that we may keep track of all the great things that Scouts are doing in our communities and share your good works.


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