Montana district

mountain valley

District Overview

Mountain Valley District (MVD) is aptly named because anywhere in our district, we are blessed with the view of one of six incredible mountain ranges, including the Bridger, Gallatin and the Absaroka mountains. The mountains and rivers are our Scouting playground, providing a place where boys and girls learn leadership skills, explore their abilities, expand their potential, make friends and have adventures. MVD has an active District program of three Camporees each year and activities like the Cub Scout Shoot, District Pinewood Derby, and Day Camp.

All of our Cub Scout Packs, Scouts, BSA Troops and Venturer Crews are open to boys and girls. Youth can join their age-appropriate program: Cub Scouts, Scouts BSA, Venturing, or the Fire or Police Explorer Posts. Adult Scouters find a welcoming community with like-minded parents on the importance of service, fitness and the wholesomeness of being outside. Scouting – with all of its adventures – is for the entire family

District contact directory

District Chair

Tina O'Donnell

[email protected]
406-580-8814

District Commissioner

David Eubanks

[email protected]
406-599-9369

District Executive

Renee Stephens

[email protected]
406-585-0272

Activities

MVD SPOTLIGHT

Training

Training Much of the training is on-line, but if you like live training, we offer that too! The best way to find training is to look at the MVD Calendar. The courses for outdoor training, which include Introduction to Outdoor Leadership Skills, BALOO, and Wilderness First Aid, are only taught once each year. If you need these classes, sign up as early as possible and mark your calendar!

Many training courses are also online. You will need to create an account or sign into your account on MyScouting.org.

Remember, if you need training at your site, you can always ask! Fill out the HELP form and let us help.

Thank you for being part of Scouting!
Betsy Eubanks
(406) 599-8634

Training Help With anything Form

Useful Forms & Documents

Forms

BSA Health Forms
Depending on the activity, Scouts and Leaders need either a part A & B, or also a part C. Ask your Unit Leader if you have questions.

BSA Resources

MyScouting
This is the site you use to access training, and also enter information like service hours for your unit.

Guide to Safe Scouting (Scouting Safely)
The Guide to Safe Scouting and other important safety material.

Cub Hub
Training, recruiting, and all things Cub Scouts are here at the Cub Hub.

Cub Scout BSA Home
One entry point for leaders to access Committee, Den, Pack, Parent, and other resources.

ScoutStuff.org
This is the national online BSA store. The Bozeman Trading Post can order anything on this site, and you will not have to pay for shipping.

Lifesaving Award
This is the form to complete to submit a Scout or Scouter for the lifesaving award.

August - September Resources: PLanning!

Annual Program Planning (need link)
Helpful review and handy templates to help your planning.

BSA Safety Document Risk Assessments

Other useful documents