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  • New Policy Regarding Merit Badge Counselor List Access
    Our National office just changed the policy regarding who has access to Merit Badge Counselor lists. In the past, only the Scoutmaster had access to this information. The new policy states, "...Limit access to those who have merit badge-related responsibilities, such as advancement committee members and chairs, or unit leaders and selected assistants. Scouts should not have access. Their interaction with the Scoutmaster in discussing work on a badge, and obtaining a counselor's name is an important part of the merit badge counselor plan."
  • Volunteers Needed for Sporting Clays Tournament, Thursday September 24th & Friday, September 25th
    We are looking for several volunteers to lend us a hand at our upcoming Sporting Clays tournament. No experience in shooting necessary, just need to be aware of the safety regulations and be of Boy Scout, Varsity or Venturing age. 4-6 volunteers are needed Thursday, September 24th 4-6pm setting up the course the night before and 36 volunteers are needed Friday, September 25th 8am-3pm at each station pulling targets and assisting with scoring and contests. If volunteering Friday, September 25th, you will be fed breakfast and lunch (BBQ ribs, beans, coleslaw, potato salad and pie!). Please contact us ASAP if you are able to help!
  • Inland Northwest Council Summer Hours
    Spokane, Hayden and Clarkston offices will begin their Summer office hours June 15, 2015.
  • 2015 Scout Night with the Spokane Indians, August 22nd
    Join the Spokane Indians for a night of baseball, camping and fun! Register early to get your patch!
  • Form Library at Your Service!
    Did you know we have a form library online where you can download popular documents, applications and resources such as membership applications, camp reservation forms, etc? Check it out!
  • 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.
  • Scout Night with the Spokane Shock, Saturday, July 25th
    The Spokane Shock arena football team invites all Scouts and their families to attend another Scout Night with the Spokane Shock!
  • 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.
  • July E-Inlander
    Your resource for upcoming events, training's and 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.