Welcome to the AMAZING Columbia Gorge District!
This website is designed for you to find information about what is happening in the Columbia Gorge District and who to contact if you have questions.
The Columbia Gorge District supports Scouting units in the East Vancouver, Camas, Hockinson and Washougal area communities in Clark County.
Benefits of Scouting. The Scouting movement provides superb opportunities for youth and adults to gain experience in outdoor skills, leadership, and meet friends with many talents. We currently support 30 Cub Scout Packs, 43 Boy Scout Troops, 15 Varsity Teams, and 20 Venturing Crews that include 1,804 Scouts and 903 adult Scouters.
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Mar 5 - District Commissioner Meeting 6:30 PM
Mar 12 - Roundtable 7:00 PM - Intended for all unit adult volunteers to stay informed!
Morning Session 9:45 AM - Cub Scout Leader Roundtable
Hearthwood LDS Church
March 7 - Scoutmaster Basic Course for Scoutmasters, Asst. Scoutmasters, Venturing & Varsity Leaders to be trained; 8:00 am-4:30 pm. Register online @ www.cpcbsa.org, click on Event Registration, then District Events.
Please note; Due to unforeseen scheduling conflicts, Intro to Outdoor Leader Skills (Outdoor portion for Boy Scout Leaders) will be March 13-14 (previously scheduled March 20-21). More info provided at the March 7th Scoutmaster Basic Course.
2015 COLUMBIA GORGE DISTRICT AWARD NOMINATION; Due April 9, 2015 - Instructions are available at Roundtable and sent to all Unit Leaders & Committee Chairs
Columbia Gorge District Camporee, April 24-26 - Online Registration available soon.
'Mark Your Calendar' for District Dinner, Saturday, May 2nd @ Vancouver Elks Lodge, 5:30 pm Gather, 6:00 pm Dinner & Awards. An annual celebration of our Scouting Leaders! Online registration available soon.
Did you know...We are striving for 100% TRAINED LEADERS in 2015. Please review your current trained leader listing provided by the District. There is a form for correcting errors available. Questions contact Robert Stuart, District Committee Training Chair or Megan Wiesneski, District Executive.