Course History

The Greater Alabama Council has a history of delivering outstanding Wood Badge courses throughout the council’s existence. Here is a list of courses with Scoutmasters and themes. Click on the links to view participants and course patches.

S9-118
Scoutmaster Stephen Coons
It will all be revealed at the appropriate time

S9-117
Scoutmaster Annette Ikard
“Guiding The Way”

S9-1162
Scoutmaster Katy Anderson
“Connections”

S9-1161
Scoutmaster Larry Lee
“Pass on a Legacy”

S9-115
Scoutmaster John Trichell
“Building Foundations”

S9-114
Scoutmaster Elaine Zeigler
” Play The Game”

S9-113
Scoutmaster David Keith
“Invest In Tomorrow”

S9-1-12-2
Scoutmaster Tim Rogers
” Blazing Trails”

S9-1-12-1
Scoutmaster Mike Porter
“Touch The Future”

S9-1-11-1
Scoutmaster Eric Sullivan
“Sowing Seeds”

SR-1047
Scoutmaster Ed Poniatowski
“Lead The Way”

SR-982
Scoutmaster Ken Durham
“Make It Count”

SR-978
Scoutmaster Reed Alexander
“Gateway to Opportunity”

SR-889
Scoutmaster Teresa Hall
“Carry The Spark”

SR-865
Scoutmaster Irvin Brown
“Experience the Difference”

SR-821
Scoutmaster Wayne Jackson
“Committed to Excellence”

SR-764
Scoutmaster Jon Peterson
“Go the Distance”

SR-711
Scoutmaster David Gross
“Be the Hero”

SR-609
Scoutmaster Susan Backus
“Changing Lives”

SR-556
Scoutmaster John Hayden
“The Power of Team”

SR-479
Scoutmaster Tom Willis
“You Are the Future of Scouting”

SR-400
Scoutmaster Dale Abercrombie
“Make a Difference”

Courses before Wood Badge in the 21st Century

SR-350 — Scoutmaster Joe Popenski

SR-       — Scoutmaster Les Bowers

SR-228 — Scoutmaster David Gilbreath

SR-126 —Scoutmaster Walker Segars

SR-33 — Scoutmaster Don Seymour

SE-605 —Scoutmaster Manuel Baird

SE-541 — Scoutmaster V.M. Martin

SE-428 —Scoutmaster Tom Sweet

SE-373 — Scoutmaster James Bible

SE-312 — Scoutmaster Robert King

SE-260 — Scoutmaster A.B. Pervis

SE-192 — Scoutmaster Bill Prestridge

SE-104 — Scoutmaster V.M. Martin

SE-44 — Scoutmaster Mal Street

Courses held before 1998 and the creation of the Greater Alabama Council was held in the Choccolocco Council, The Tennessee Valley Council or the Central Alabama Council (Birmingham Area Council until 1996).