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, Exploring and Learning for Life groups.   Click here for a map of our coverage area. 

It's that time again!  Popcorn Sales are now underway.  This is a super way to raise funds for your entire year of Scouting.  Scouts generally can sell between $150-200 dollars each hour by calling family, visiting neighbors and selling in front of stores!  To get involved in this easy and successful unit fundraiser, email Beckie Hess at  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .  Learn more with the Popcorn Sales flier.

Thank you to all of our Council's Commissioners.  You are critical to Scouting's continued success!  And critical to your success is the Commissioner College on October 18th.  Please register and plan to attend this one day training that will make your life easier and your units' better.

“The most important object in Boy Scout training is

UofS  "The most important object in Boy Scout training is to educate, not instruct." ~ Lord Baden-Powell

Do you feel like you could use some more education to help make you the best leader possible in the Cub Scout/Boy Scout/Varsity or Venturing programs?  Bigfoot University of Scouting is the answer!  Learn from some of our Council's best trainers on Saturday, November 1st in Moses Lake, Washington.  For the all-inclusive price of $15 you will be able to take up to five classes, receive the class materials, and lunch is included.  One of the greatest assests you will take away from this day of training is the connection with the other leaders who can offer support throughout the year. Click on the appropriate link to see the University of Scouting flier and class list


The Congressional Award give 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!

Going to summer camp at Camp Bonaparte or Camp Fife?  Your unit is in for a great week! Here's the latest brochure to highlight what Scouts are doing this week at camp.

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.

The 2015 World Jamboree will be here before you know it (July 28th - August 8, 2015).  Sign up and get planning an amazing adventure you'll remember for a lifetime!  Click the 2015 World Jamboree in Japan for more information.
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