Districts of the Pine Burr Area Council
The Pine Burr Area Council is divided into six districts. Five are based on a geographical areas, while the sixth, the Twin Rivers District, is an urban district and serves parts of Forrest, Lamar, Covington, and Jefferson Davis counties.
The Chickasawhay District serves Jasper, Jones, Smith and Wayne County communities such as Bay Springs, Stringer, Soso, Raliegh, Taylorsville, Mize, Laurel, Beat Four, Buckatuna, Clara, and Waynesboro.
Roundtable is held the 2nd Thursday of each month (excluding June or July) at First United Methodist Church in Laurel beginning at 6:30PM.
Mike Tischer, District Executive
The Tall Pine District serves Forrest, Lamar, Covington, Marion, Jefferson Davis, Perry, and Greene counties and was established in May of 1927.
Roundtable is held the 2nd Thursday of each month at Parkway Heights United Methodist Church in Hattiesburg beginning at 6PM.
Tall Pine District Facebook Page Link:
District Calendar (google based):
Rob Guyse, District Chairman
Mike Meyers, District Commissioner
Chris Pfalzgraf, District Executive
The Tung Belt District encompasses Hancock, Pearl River, and Stone counties. Tung Belt District has beautiful beaches in Hancock county, scenic country living in Stone County, and a mix of Cajun and country flavor in Pearl River county. Roundtables are held every first Thursday (excluding June and July) of the month at Picayune First United Methodist on N. Haugh Ave at 6:30 p.m.
The Twin Rivers District purpose is threefold: to recruit strong adult leaders, to develop solid relationships with chartered organizations in urban and rural communities, and to ensure that culturally diverse youth have the opportunity to join the Scouting program. The Twin Rivers District values are to treating all people with respect and dignity through honesty and openness to the needs of its communities. The Twin Rivers District serves Forrest, Lamar, Covington, and Jefferson Davis counties and was established in May of 1999. The rich history of the district reflects the diversity of the urban and rural neighborhoods and communities that it serves and uses that strength to enhance customer satisfaction and enrich the Scouting experience in South Mississippi.
Travis Cox, District Chairman
Robert Herron, District Commissioner
Quincy DeJarnett, District Executive
The Spanish Trail District serves all Harrison County communities, including Biloxi, Saucier, Lyman, Orange Grove, Gulfport, Long Beach and Pass Christian.
The Singing River District is comprised of Jackson and George Counties in the Southeast corner of Mississippi and the Pine Burr Area Council. The Singing River District has beautiful beaches, bayous, and scenic rolling hills as you travel through northern Jackson county and into George County. Roundtables are held every 2nd Thursday of month (excluding June and July) at 6:30 p.m. at Gautier First United Methodist on Highway 90.
David Capers, District Executive