Vulcan District

Greater Alabama Council
Vulcan District serves youth in the Over the Mountain communities of Homewood, Hoover, Mountain Brook and Vestavia Hills, as well as Southside, Forest Park, Avondale & Redmont. From Cub Scout packs and Boy Scout troops to Venture crews and Explorer Posts, Scouting in our district has something for everyone!
Vulcan District Committee

Vulcan District Committee

Vulcan Committee Members and Key 3

Vulcan Roundtable

Vulcan District Roundtable

Roundtable is held the first Thursday of each month at 6:30 pm

Vulcan District Executive

Meet Vulcan District Executive Will McIntyre

Get Involved In Vulcan District

Get Involved In Vulcan

There are many ways you can get involved and serve in the Vulcan District.

Submit Your Story

Help us to tell the story of the Vulcan District and Greater Alabama Council

Donate To Vulcan District

Help us to continue to serve by making a donation to scouting

Vulcan District Calendar


For more information on training and events, view our district calendar.

Find A Unit

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Vulcan News and Stories

Amazing Lesson in American Politics

At this month's Vulcan District Roundtable those of us who were on the Jamboree Staff were asked about the President's visit to the Jamboree. We shared the same response. The following day we heard nothing from the Scouts and the Venturers about the visit. Very few...

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Roundtable is back from summer break

Monthly Roundtable Meetings will resume on Thursday, August 3rd.  Meetings will be the first Thursday of the month at Southminster Presbyterian (1124 Montgomery Hwy, Vestavia Hills, AL 35216) from  6:30pm to 8:00pm.  All leaders are invited to attend. We will have...

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24th World Scout Jamboree in 2019 It’s official! The USA World Scout Jamboree Contingent Website is now online! Help get the word out to your Scouts! The BSA Contingent has room for only 7,200 Scouts. With over 25,000 Scouts from 160 countries living side-by-side. You are...

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Fairfield Cleanup Volunteers Needed

On June 21, an EF-1 tornado struck Fairfield, affecting over 300 families and leaving a lot of debris and property damage. They have an urgent need for clean-up volunteers and have also asked for donations of helpful items. Here is how you can volunteer: Groups — not...

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