Welcome to the Pennsylvania Dutch Council Fall Product Page!

On this page you will find information to support your sale and links for resources for planning your sale, kicking your sale off, and web resources.

Commit your unit to the Product Sale

Order your Show&Sell Nut Products

Order your Take Order Nut Products


If you find that you have unfulfilled orders that were turned into you after your deadline we can still get you product. We offer a late order phase of the sale.  If you require a late order send an email of your needs to Scott Arnold, scott.arnold@scouting.org by 5:00 PM December 2nd.  We will be placing the final order December 3rd.  The office will be closed November 28th and 29th for the Thanksgiving Holidays.   We expect that the product will be delivered around December 10th.  If we have extra product after that date, we will help you to the best of our ability.  However, please understand there will be no additional orders placed after the December 3rd.

If you have questions check with your District Kernel, Executive or the Council support team.

The 2019 Fall Product sale is just around the corner and now is the time to put together all of your plans to make your sale successful!
Fall Product Sale

We have put together a lot of information to help you get the most out of your sale.  This information will be available in several locations including the Council Kickoff, this website, and the Council Service Center.

The four key steps to help setup a successful sale are:

  1. Select your Unit Kernel: This key leader will help to organize and keep your sale on track. Please, submit or have your Unit Kernel submit the Unit Commitment Form which is available online here.
  2. Set a Unit Goal: Units who have set both unit and individual Scout goals are the units that sell the most! The average unit last year, averaged around $250 per Scout which is about 8 to 14 items.
  3. Establish your unit dates and deadlines and publish them for all your parents: Most units start to distribute materials to Scouts in late August or early September.
  4. Hold a Unit Popcorn and Nuts Kickoff: A unit kickoff is one of the best ways to make sure the parents have all of the necessary information and the Scouts are excited about the sale. If you need help with setting up your unit kickoff contact your District Kernel!

Camp Masters High Achiever Program

Scouts who have sold $3,000 or more have qualified for the Camp Masters High Achiever Program, please complete a prize form by clicking here and return it with the supporting documents to the Pennsylvania Dutch Council Service Center! Forms will not be accepted after December 31, 2019.

Who to Contact

Council Staff Advisor

Scott Arnold


Council Kernel

Joe Flaim



Conestoga River District Executive

John Oechslin


Conestoga River Kernel

Roger Harvey


Harvest District Executive


Harvest Kernel

Courtney Sweigart
Horse-Shoe Trail District 

Nicole Welch


Horse-Shoe Trail Kernel

Myrna Walker