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

Calendar

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

Find A Unit

Need to find a unit? Find one online at BeAScout.org

Vulcan News and Stories

Scoutmaster Leader Training Fall 2018

The two courses required to be a "trained" Scoutmaster or Assistant Scoutmaster have been scheduled in the Vulcan District. Scoutmaster Position-Specific Training will be on Sunday, November 18 from 12:00 noon to 4:00 pm at the Troop 86 Scout House at St. Luke's...

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100 Mile Qualification Ride

Scouts and adults from Troops 28,86, 76 and Crew 2010 finished the 100-mile qualification ride on the first Sunday of qualifying. We will meet again next Sunday, October 21 at 1:30 at the visitors center outside the Oak Mountain main gate. We expect to have another...

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Fall Updates in the Vulcan District

NEW Youth Protection Training Effective October, 1st 2018 all registered adults are required to have the NEW Youth Protection Training. Those without it will be dropped off of their rosters in this year’s recharter cycle. Please take this training to maintain your BSA...

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Ironman / Toughman Award 2018

Do you have what it takes to be called an ironman or toughman? All you have to do is complete a 20-mile hike, 50-mile bike ride and one-mile swim. Any Scout that does all three events in one year is an Ironman. Any Scout that does any two events in one year is a...

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