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Washington, DC District

Welcome to the Washington, D.C. District that proudly serves nearly 1,200 youth of Washington, D.C. Today, #ScoutingInDC has nearly 60 scouting units — Packs, Troops, Ships, and Crews — across the District of Columbia.

Below is information and resources for D.C. scouters or those interested in learning more, working with, or joining scouting in D.C.

Sign Up for District Updates

Sign up today to get email updates with great scouting information and news for all D.C. scouters. Click "Read More" to sign up!

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Nine DC Scouters Honored with District Award of Merit

Nine Washington, DC District scouters were featured in the NCAC's Winter edition of the Scouter's Digest for receiving the District Award of Merit Recipients.

Click "Read More" below to read the complete write up about each of these dedicated scouters!

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Wilderness First Aid Training

Boy Scout Troop 500 has arranged for the MEDIC SOLO Disaster Wilderness Medical School / Wilderness First Aid training to be taught right here in DC! Register soon as space is limited!

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District Committee

District Key 3 and Key District Contacts

The Washington, D.C. district is responsible for four standard functions to keep scouting in D.C. strong: membership, finance, program, and unit service. Overall district leadership is provided by the Key 3 — listed above — consisting of the district chair, the district commissioner, and the district executive.

The many other dedicated volunteers that serve in a variety of positions to fulfill these four functions, from committee chairs, program leads, and Commissioners, are all listed on our Key District Contacts page.

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