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Council Service Center-Phoenix

Council Service Center is closed to the public — until April 10. During this time staff will be working and available via telephone and email to provide customer service and support to our stakeholders.

2969 N Greenfield Rd. Phoenix, AZ 85016-7715
(602) 955-7747
(602) 955-0570 (Fax)

Hours: Monday – Friday – 9 AM to 5 PM
(excluding Holidays)

For any general questions please email us at GCC.Info@scouting.org

If you are having trouble with your MyScouting login please call the National Scout office at 855-707-2644

For questions about Journey to Excellence, My.Scouting.org, Internet Rechartering, Internet Advancement please call 972-580-2489ri.

Camp Geronimo

Michael Comments Off on Camp Geronimo

928-474-4688

Heard Scout Pueblo

Michael Comments Off on Heard Scout Pueblo

540-266-4185

R-C Scout Ranch

Michael Comments Off on R-C Scout Ranch

480-228-6407

Camp Raymond

Michael Comments Off on Camp Raymond

928-635-9891

Email Us

Temporary Store closing –until April 10. Please use Scoutshop.org
Phoenix Scout Shop

2969 N Greenfield Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85016

(602) 224-0778

M-F: 9:00 am – 5:00 PM
Sat: 10:00 am – 2:00 PM
Closed Sundays

Mesa Scout Shop

1061 N Dobson Rd #109 Mesa, AZ 85201

(480) 926-0345

M-F: 9:00 am – 5:00 PM
Sat: 10:00 am – 2:00 PM
Closed Sundays

Office Staff

TitleOffice StaffPhone
Scout Executive / CEOAndy Price602-955-7747 ext 245
Director of Field ServicesDavis Fox602-955-7747 ext 251
Field DirectorJose Rodriguez602-955-7747 ext 224
Field Service AssistantAmanda Foster602-955-7747 ext 255
Director of Support ServicesGreg Harmon602-955-7747 ext 253
Office ManagerJackie Van Tress602-955-7747 ext 228
Director of DevelopmentDan Selby602-955-7747 ext 232
Development DirectorNichole Grover602-955-7747 ext 218
Development AssistantRoger Pirrone602-955-7747 ext 206
Program DirectorMatthew Graham602-955-7747 ext 229
Camp ReservationsDonna Kutarnia602-955-7747 ext 239
Marketing Asst / NewsletterTarryn Hutchison602-955-7747 ext 226
FOS / Donations / AwardsOdalys Chavez602-955-7747 ext 241
Registrar
Eagle Scout Services
Kathy Coleman602-955-7747 ext 223
Customer Service /
Cashier
Makenzie Snyder602-955-7747 ext 221

District Executives

DistrictDistrict ExecutivePhone
CentralDoug Bergman
602-955-7747 ext 211
Pinnacle PeakMatthew Hill602-451-8932
Sonoran SunsetRobert Butteweg480-206-3078
PonderosaPatrick Gamble602-820-6845
Scout ReachDoug Bergman
602-955-7747 ext 211
Lost DutchmanIsaac Garcia480-332-9745
Gila RiverJose Rodriguez602-955-7747 ext 224
Maricopa ExploringDavis Fox602-955-7747 ext 251
Lost Dutchman,
Coronado Sub-District
Linda Stavast928-965-1645

Camp Rangers

Camp Ranger Phone
Camp Geronimo Larry Carpenter 928-474-4688
The Heard Scout Pueblo Cameron Thomas 540-266-4185
R-C Scout Ranch Brandon Killian 480-228-6407
Camp Raymond Rick Brown 928-635-9891

Council Committees

Committee Purpose Chair

The High Adventure Camps Committee purpose is to promote and nurture the participation and interaction by Grand Canyon Council Scouts and Adults at BSA High Adventure Bases and Camps for backcountry treks, other outdoor experiences, trainings and personal enrichment.

The mission of the Grand Canyon Council Aquatics Committee is to provide safe, exciting, and challenging aquatic experiences and training in support of individual scouting units as they participate in year-round aquatic activities.

Grand Canyon Council recognizes that Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) touches just about every aspect of our daily life and seeks to provide avenues where our youth and adults can explore and expand their knowledge to become better leaders for tomorrow.

Advancement is the process by which youth members of the BSA progress from rank to rank and is the method by which we promote and encourage the ongoing involvement and commitment that leads to meaningful achievement and recognition.

Every youth deserves a trained leader, and our goal is to have 100% of our leaders trained.

Outdoor Ethics and Leave No Trace are key components of all core BSA outdoor programs. Consider the combined effects of millions of outdoor visitors. One poorly located campsite or campfire may have little significance, but thousands of such instances seriously degrade the outdoor experience for all. Leaving no trace is everyone’s responsibility.

Graham Twaddell
gtwaddellaz@gmail.com

COPE is an acronym for Challenging Outdoor Personal Experience, a program in the Boy Scouts of America. It consists of group initiative games, trust events, and high and low ropes course.

Shooting sports have the ability to attract and retain youth in the movement. Millions of young people participate in one or more of the sports annually—archery, rifle shooting, shotgun activities, etc.—guided by adult volunteers who have the skills and knowledge to provide quality programs in a safe and effective way.