Pilchuck District serves all of North & East Snohomish County, Camano Island and Skykomish

Congratulations to all of the Honorees at the District Court of Honor!!

District Award of Merit – Shea Afreth

District Award of Merit – Denise Lesniak

Unit Leader Award of Merit – Corwin Loreman, Pack 42

Scouting Family of the Year – Loreman’s

Pack Committee Chair of the Year – Shelley Williams, Pack 92

Tiger Den Leader of the Year – Brad Lincoln, Pack 360

Den Leader of the Year – Samantha Missel, Pack 148

Webelos Den Leader of the Year – Brian Hope, Pack 288

Troop Committee Chair of the Year – Kristin Wells, Troop 88

Scoutmaster of the Year – Brian McCormick, Troop 148

Unit Committee Member of the Year – Joey Loreman, Pack 42

Unit Commissioner of the Year – Anne Singleton

Eagle Scout of the Year – Erick Yarnot, Troop 288

Outstanding Leaders –
     Jessica Sanders, Troop 28
     Ed Osgood, Pack 42
     Heidi McCurdy, Pack 92
     Jim Stickles, Troop 41

District Committee

ChairmanErika Sigmon

CommissionerMac McCormick

Finance Chair Mike Messer

     Adventure Card CaptainAprilrose Gonzales

     Popcorn Kernel – Jessica Sanders

     Council Auction RepEthan Brewer

Membership Chair Reid Morgan

Program Chair Shea Afreth

     Activities & Civic Service Chair – 

     Advancement & Recognition Chair – Dwayne Baughman

          Eagle Service Projects Review – Dwayne Baughman

          Eagle Boards of Review CoordinatorScott Drown

     Camping (Outdoor Program) Chair – Linda Wright

           Day Camp ProgramSarah Maiser
           Day Camp Program DirectorLinda Wright

           OA Chapter AdvisorBrent Moss
           OA Chapter Chief – 

     Training Chair – Dave Wright

District Director – Dan’l Adams

To reach specific volunteers click on their name to start your email program

District Calendar

June 10, 2021 – Roundtable – Online

June 11, 2021 – Order of the Arrow Inductions
    Fire Mountain Scout Camp

August 8 – 13, 2021 – National Youth Leadership Training

  • National Youth Leadership Training is an exciting, action-packed program designed to provide youth members with leadership skills and experience they can use in their home troops and in other situations demanding leadership of self and others.
  • NYLT integrates the best of modern leadership theory with the traditional strengths of the Scouting experience. Through activities, presentations, challenges, discussions, and audio-visual support, NYLT participants will be engaged in a unified approach to leadership that will give them the skill and confidence to lead well. Through a wide range of activities, games, and adventures, participants will work and play together as they put into action the best Scouting has to offer.
September 10-11, 2021 – BALOO & IOLS Training
  • BALOO (Basic Adult Leader Outdoor Orientation) is REQUIRED TRAINING for all Cub Scout Packs that would like to do Overnight Camping as a part of their Pack activities. At least one leader/parent of the activity must be BALOO Trained in order to take Cub Scouts camping.
  • IOLS (Introduction to Outdoor Leader Skills) is REQUIRED TRAINING for Scoutmasters and Assistant Scoutmasters. The skills taught are based on the outdoor skills found in The Boy Scout Handbook.
Wood Badge Leadership Training
 
OA Chapter Meetings – contact OA Chapter Advisor Mr. Moss for dates and login information
 
Eagle Scout Boards of Review are generally the second Mondays of each month. Candidates will be contacted directly with the details.

Pilchuck District Roundtable

Roundtables will continue to be the second Thursday of the month! We will be using the Zoom Meeting platform. Please ensure that you have a free Zoom account in order to participate. If your internet connectivity is marginal, please consider going to your local library and either using one of their computers or access the wifi network there.

Roundtable is a uniformed event, so please wear yours. Also, the more people that attend from your Pack, Troop, Crew or Post the better. We have a program that recognizes the most attendees from one Unit each month. While you may be representing more than one Unit at Roundtable, you will have to pick which one you represent for the recognition. The link to join Roundtable is above in the Calendar section. Please display your name, position and Unit (eg: John Scouter, SA, Troop 123). If you are a minor, DO NOT display your last name (eg: Jane, SPL, Troop 2020).

We have exciting programs and activities planned. If you have any ideas for Roundtable please contact our Roundtable Commissioner, James Monroe.

Until further notice, the District Committee Meeting, District Commissioner Staff Meeting and Roundtable are using the Zoom online platform.

Until further notice, Eagle Boards of Review are being held online using the Zoom online platform. Eagle Candidates will be provided details