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  • Scout Day with the Gonzaga Soccer Team!
    Join the Gonzaga soccer team this Saturday, September 20th when they play UNLV at 1pm. If you wear your uniform and click the link above to print the voucher, you will receive free youth admission and a patch! Questions? Contact Meghan McNeil, Marketing Coordinator, at 509-313-6818. We hope to see you there!
  • Now Hiring!
    The council is looking to hire an entry level Program Executive for Service Area East. If you are a "self-starter", possess a four-year college degree, are in good health and have demonstrated experience as a successful employee and volunteer we would like to meet you. Please email your resume and letter of inquiry to
  • Scouting Featured on KJRB 790AM!
    Scouting was featured on KJRB 790AM Spokane for an hour! Hosts Tom McArthur, an Eagle Scout and Kent Adams, a wannabee Eagle Scout, interviewed Scout Executive Tim McCandless about Scouting in the Inland Northwest.
  • 2014 Summer Camp Lost and Found
    Is this your sock?
  • 2013 Annual Report
    Click above to check out the 2013 Annual Report, detailing community service hours, total youth and adult volunteers, merit badges earned, etc!
  • 7th Annual Boy Scout Sporting Clays Tournament: Friday, September 26th
    The Inland Northwest Council invites you to participate in the 7th Annual Boy Scout Sporting Clays Tournament at Double Barrel Ranch. Clay shooting enthusiasts are in for a special treat of competition, prizes, games, gifts, food, raffle and live auction at this unique charity shooting event. All proceeds support the local Scouting program serving more than 10,200 youth in the Inland Northwest. We hope to see you there!
  • 2014-2015 National Order of the Arrow Conference (NOAC)
    The National Order of the Arrow Conference (NOAC) will be held August 3-8 at the Michigan State University. Several activities are in store, such as handcrafting regalia, recreation, evening shows full of theatrics and special effects and much more! Hold your spot today with a $100 non-refundable deposit by July 25th.
  • Eagle Scout Banquet & Spokane Leadership Breakfast Photos Now Online
    Finally, the time is here! You can now view and download photos from the 2014 Eagle Scout Banquet and Spokane Leadership Breakfast on our website.
  • Entering Online Advancements
    Spending hours filling out advancement forms for your Pack, Troop, Team or Crew? Did you know we have an Online Advancement system that will help minimize time spent filling out advancements? This online tutorial will help guide you in entering advancements online. Questions? Contact your local Scout Service Center.
  • Add a Patrol with Blast Cars!
    Your Troop has the opportunity to check out blast cars which are a great tool when recruiting new Boy Scouts for your Troop! Contact the Spokane Council office to reserve one of our Blast Car sets for a two-week slot.
  • 2015 World Jamboree in Japan
    We are in the process of identifying individuals that would like to serve as unit leaders for the 2015 World Scout Jamboree in Japan. Interviews will be held February and March, 2014.
  • September E-Inlander
    Don't miss out on information on upcoming events such as the Turkey Shoot, STEM Merit Badge University, 7th Annual Sporting Clays Tournament, Scouting for Food, Guns-A-Blazing Shoot Out, 2014 Popcorn and Membership Campaign and much more!
  • See all Council News on the "News Page"
    See our "News Page" for all current news in our council about programs, events, leader resources, and more.

The Inland Northwest Council serves 10,700 youth in the panhandle of Idaho and eastern Washington.   The council serves these Washington counties: Spokane, Pend Oreille, Stevens, Lincoln, Whitman, Garfield, and Asotin plus these counties in the Idaho Panhandle: Boundary, Bonner, Kootenai, Benewah, Latah, Lewis, Nez Perce, and Shoshone.