About the Mobile Area Council
The Mobile Area Council celebrates its 100th year of Scouting this year. It has gone through a lot of change over the century and continues to proudly provide service and programs to over 1,500 registered youth and registered adult leaders in the Southwest Alabama counties of Mobile, Baldwin, Clarke, and Washington.
The Mobile Scout Shop is open
Come in to get activities to do with your Cub, merit badge pamphlets for your Scouts BSA youth, t-shirts for parents and uniforms for new scouts.
Restock all your camping supplies with program-specialized items.
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Spring Scouting for Food
The Mobile Area Council answered the call from Feeding the Gulf Coast to help local families in need during this time. Scouts were happy to help.
“We want to help out as many people as we can,” Scout Peter said. “Yes, we understand that we are not going to be able to help satisfy everybody but as many people as we can. That’s what we would like to get.”
They give their thanks to the Boy Scouts of America for teaching them valuable lessons and shaping them into an active member of the community.
“We learn that giving to others can really make a big impact, even in a really small way,” Evelyn said.
Pop in for a Snack
The Mobile Area Council and Trail’s End Popcorn provided snacks of sealed popcorn to over 120 local families. Scouts Johnny P., Evelyn T., Peter T., and Renee L. handed out bags as part of their community service April 14, 2020.
Our youth make an impact. Commissioners help all units in our council.
Record all community service hours to be counted in your district’s Journey to Excellence.
Other News In Our Council
Garrett Ard is the first Scout in our council to have a Virtual Eagle Board of Review and become an Eagle Scout.
Virtual Crossovers are happening around the Council to keep scouts motivated.
See a video timeline of Mobile Area Council’s 100th year.
Master Strategic and Branding Plan for 2020-2022.