The Seattle Service Center is open Tuesday - Friday, 10am - 5pm. Please call ahead for appointments, 206-725-5200.
New Hours for Scout Shop: The Puget Sound Scout Shop is open Monday - Friday, 9am - 6pm. You can reach the Scout Shop at 206-721-5945.


Alpine District

Committee Chair

Kirk Albrecht 425-985-4285

Eagle Application Coordinator

Eagle Boards of Review are assigned to Committee members by the Eagle Application Coordinator. Send reference letters to:
Kirk Albrecht, 595 Mountainside Drive SW, Issaquah WA 98027 (new address as of 8/19/2020)

Kirk Albrecht 425-985-4285

Eagle Project Reviewers

Project applicants may use any reviewer. Areas noted indicate reviewer’s general location.

Kirk Albrecht 425-985-4285
Carol Cordray 360-920-7278
Margo Inman
Eagle Boards Only 425-829-4675
Jonathan Koshar 425-533-4015
Brian Pickering
Eagle Boards Only 425-638-2484
Doug Sargent 404-353-2173
Renee Zimmerman
Eagle Boards Only 425-369-2919

Merit Badge Counselor Coordinator

Rachel Money 214-282-4859

Seattle Service Center (Application Submittal)

Physical address: 3120 Rainier Ave S, Seattle, WA 98114
Mailing address: PO Box 440408, Seattle, WA 98114

Phone: 206-725-5200

Fax: 206-721-8985



document Trail to Eagle Alpine District (2019)
By Dave Clemens

document Generic Troop Handbook MAY 2017 Rev for modification by Troops
This generic Troop Handbook is intended to be used as a starter and modified by the Troop. This handbook was a Doctor of Commissioner Science thesis for Commissioner Walter Beauchamp (former Scoutmaster), and was reviewed and approved by Bruce Anderson, Council Commissioner.

Merit Badge Counselor Application Process

If you would like to apply to be a merit badge counselor, please follow these steps:

  1. Complete a BSA Adult Application if you are not currently registered with a unit (Pack, Troop, Team, Crew).
  2. Complete BSA Youth Protection Training and save a copy of your training certificate.
  3. Complete the Merit Badge Counselor Information form.
  4. Email the Merit Badge Counselor Information form, BSA Youth Protection Training certificate, and Adult Application (if needed) to and CC both the Alpine District Executive ( and the Alpine District Merit Badge Counselor Coordinator (
  5. Attend a Merit Badge Counselor Training which is offered at the annual Program Training Conference, by your District Merit Badge Counselor Coordinator at a District training event.

There is no cost to be a merit badge counselor. Once the application is received at the Council’s Registrar’s Office, the applicant will be notified if there are deficiencies in the application. The Council no longer retains applications, so please resubmit all the required information.

Approved applicants will be loaded into Scoutbook. The district counselor list will be updated monthly.

Requesting a Current Merit Badge Counselor (MBC) Roster

Please email the Alpine District Merit Badge Counselor Coordinator ( for an updated Merit Badge Counselor roster. Anyone not listed on this roster isn’t currently registered as Merit Badge Counselor.

Making Changes to your Merit Badge Counselor Application

If a current counselor would like to add or delete merit badges, please email a completed Merit Badge Counselor Information form and email the completed form to the Alpine District Merit Badge Counselor Coordinator at  

If a current counselor would no longer like to serve, please email your request to be dropped to he Alpine District Merit Badge Counselor Coordinator at and the Alpine District Executive at

If there are any questions on the MBC application process or requesting an undated MBC roster, please email the district Merit Badge Counselor (