Council News

The Eagle Scout and Volunteer Recognition Reception will be held on April 26, 2015 at Lipscomb University’s Allen Arena at 1:30 p.m. It is a ceremony is to recognize 338 Eagle Scouts, nine Silver Beavers and 2 Eagle Honorees. This event is a great honor for all of our Eagle Scouts and volunteers. As an Eagle Scout in 2014, you are invited to attend as a special guest of the council. Contact Tricia Cashon at 615.383.9724 or for additional questions or registration for the event.

Middle Tennessee Council would like to share with all unit leaders and chartered organization representatives, effective September 1, 2015, the use of 15-passenger vans manufactured before 2005 will no longer be allowed in connection with Scouting programs and activities. Any 2005 or later 15-passenger vans may be used if equipped with Electronic Stability Control and seat belts for all passengers as well as the driver. This applies to all vehicles, regardless of ownership.

Online registration for Cub Scout Summer camps is available. Click here to register. To register for Boy Scout Summer camp, please email to

What is a great way to honor your Eagle Scout? Middle Tennessee Council has an "Eagle Walk", where you can make your mark and help build the future of Scouting. Along the walk, the name, Troop number and the date the Eagle was earned will be created in the art of brick relief carving. Just as bricks lay a foundation, Eagle Scouts can lay the foundation for future generations of young people to join the fun and adventure of Scouting. Click here to download the “Eagle Walk” order form.

Cub Scout Webcasts - Get updated on the new Cub Scout program! Click here for more information

Important Information Regarding Tax-Exempt Purchases- Effective July 1, 2014 all tax-exempt purchases referencing a current tax-exempt certificate, must be made using a unit check, unit charge card, or charged to a unit account. Per State law, we may no longer accept personal checks, charge cards,or cash on a tax-exempt sale.

Click here to check out the new website all about Cub Scouting!

Eagle Scout Scholarships are available for Middle Tennessee Council Scouts. Click here to view a list of opportunities.

Please be aware that the My Scouting Online Training System is managed by BSA National; if you experience difficulty accessing your MyScouting online account you will need to contact BSA National Headquarters directly at 972-580-2489. If you are in need of your BSA Member ID number (located on your member card or the unit recharter) you may contact the Council Registration Department at 615-383-9724.

Welcome to Scouting

The Boy Scouts of America provide fun, adventure, and moral values that last a lifetime. In Middle Tennessee, over 27,000 youth and adults participate in Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, co-ed Venturing Crews and Exploring Posts every year. The Middle Tennessee Council serves local youth from first grade to age 20 in a 37-county area, plus Fort Campbell, Kentucky.

Scouting in the News

Robert Gates: Boy Scouts taught me leadership

The Wilson County Patron Luncheon.

Eagle Scout Project featured in the Tennessean

Eagle Scout from Troop 137 saves woman life

Scouts joining elite group credit longtime leader

Boy Scout Extravaganza Event featured in Nashville Lifestyles magazine.

Picking the Perfect Christmas Tree with Troop 1914

Eagle Scout Prospect seeks camping donations

Why Explorer programs are a great recruiting tool

Triple the achievement: Brothers become Eagle Scouts

BSA’s Fieldbook wins 2014 National Outdoor Book Award

2014 MTC Jamboree featured in the Tennessean

2014 MTC Jamboree featured in The Wilson Post

Troop 1914 and Pack 63 featured on Channel 4’s Midday show talking about the proper way to fold the American flag

Nine Franklin Boy Scouts join ranks of Eagle Scouts

Grassland: Boy Scout is all-American Joe

Elk River District Banquet

Franklin Police Explorers Honored

Ventures honor with Duke of Edinburgh's

Tennessee football coach speaks at Duck River Luncheon

UT Head Coach to Speak at Duck River Luncheon

Cub Scout Pack 153 made a donation of 1,077 "Survival" Bracelets to the Peterson Foundation

Eagle Scouts leave their mark

Cub Scout Pack 598 Sends Scouting Across the World

James E. West Eagle Scout refurbishes courtyard for senior living residents

Cogioba's Pack and Troop 516 placing flags at the pedestrian bridge

Pack 800 Boy Scouts Beautify Oak Hill with Volunteer Community Clean Up

Culleoka Eagle Scout Restores Historic Cemetery