District Information

The Pee Dee Area Council is divided into 4 geographic districts. These districts are tasked with delivering the program, reaching more youth and adults served, raising its share of the money necessary to fund the council’s operations, and to provide service to the individual units (packs, troops, crews, posts) within their geographic areas.

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Each district has a full time professional staff member called a District Executive who supports the Scouting efforts in their territory. Each district also has a committee of volunteers that provides various types of service and support to the individual units. These services include training, advancement support, membership recruiting, program development, fundraising, and public relations.

 Atakwa District serves Dillon, Florence, and Williamsburg Counties.

Chicora District provides services to Marion and Horry counties. There are over forty Boy Scout and Cub Scout units within the district in addition to over 1200 youth and over 300 volunteers. Roundtable nights are the first Thursday of each month from Program Launch in August to June. Roundtable is held at First Pentecostal Holiness Church, 906 Main Street, in Conway.  Roundtable serves as an excellent opportunity for unit leaders to participate in on-going training, be updated on current activites in the district and council, fun program ideas and useful insight into making their pack or troop more successful. The District Training Committee provides initial training for Cub and Boy Scout leaders on a monthly basis. For more information, contact Rusty Horonzy, the Training Committee Chairman at: 843-902-0699. The district also has a team of commissioners to ensure that your pack or troop runs smoothly. They can help with all things ranging from getting recharters completed to helping you attain the proper training and resources.


Great Northern District has a long and proud history of Scouting. We are comprised of the Chesterfield, Darlington and Marlboro counties of South Carolina. Currently, we serve more than 550 youth with more than 250 dedicated volunteers. As a District, we have produced hundreds of Community and Industry Leaders. While not every child will become rich and famous, we believe that Scouting ensures that they will be the very best person they can be. We are a growing and dynamic group that is always looking for ways to offer our youth the best possible Scouting experience.


Henry Shelor District serving Clarendon, Lee and Sumter Counties, has a large group of wonderful volunteers who are highly active and enthusiastic to be involved in the Scouting Program.

We meet at 7:00 p.m. every First Tuesday at the American Legion Scout Hut off 28 S. Artillery Road in Sumter. Anyone in Scouting is invited, and this is a good chance to meet other leaders, get upcoming information on dates, and compare ideas. The meetings usually last an hour with training and information specific to Cub Scouts or Boy Scouts following. For more information please contact: