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Welcome to the Northeast Iowa Council!

Since February 8, 1917 the Northeast Iowa Council, Boy Scouts of America strives to follow its mission by improving our youth membership, educational programming, and Council owned facilities. Within the past 100 years, the Boy Scouts of America has grown to serve over 91 million individuals. Within the Northeast Iowa Council, we have grown to serve over 3,929 youth within the four eastern counties of Iowa which include; Allamakee County, Clayton County, Delaware County, Dubuque County and Jo Daviess County, Illinois.

Family Scouting

The Northeast Iowa Council is providing information in order to provide some clarity surrounding the recent announcement of the BSA welcoming girls into its iconic Cub Scout program and delivering a Scouting program for older girls that will enable them to advance and earn the highest rank of Eagle Scout. Go HERE for more information.

Scout Shop Hours

Scout Shop Hours
9:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Closed November 22 & 23



Popcorn Sale!

We have reduced our in-stock popcorn 25%! Stock up on your favorites before they're gone!

Yellow Popping Corn and Peanut Butter Cup are now only $9.00!

6 selections available now for $13.50 - Butter Microwave, Sea Salt Microwave, Kettle Corn Microwave, Jalapeno Cheese, Sea Salt Splash and Mud Puddles!

Trail Mix and Caramel with Sea Salt are now only $15.00!

Chocolate Covered Pretzels now $18.00!
Classic Trio is now $24.00!
Chocolate Lover's is now only $36!
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From our Scout Executive:
By now many of you may have seen the articles in the Wall Street Journal and other publications regarding the Boy Scouts of America weighing filing for bankruptcy. I’d like to take this moment to assure you the Northeast Iowa Council remains in strong financial condition. The Northeast Iowa Council is an independent corporation. Dollars given locally, stay local.

Our Council receives no funding from the national organization; in fact, we pay fees to National BSA as a part of our charter agreement and for specific services. Councils receive value back from the national organization, but we operate as a financially-independent not-for-profit organization.

The BSA has had a Task Force in place for over two years that has been evaluating how best to effectively deal with handling claims to our general liability insurance fund, many of which go back 30, 40, even 50 years, while fairly compensating victims who suffered abuse through their Scouting participation.

Should you have questions or concerns about the health of the Northeast Iowa Council, please contact me directly.

Thank you for your support of the Northeast Iowa Council.

Matt Klutzaritz
Scout Executive / CEO
Northeast Iowa Council
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