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Virtual Campsite Competition

Create a virtual campsite in your backyard or living room.  Post your photo to the Occoneechee Council Facebook Page ( http://facebook.com/occoneecheecouncil ) to be entered into the contest.  Judging will be based on creativity and design.   Submit entries by April 30th.   Winner will be announced on May 1st.  

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Merit Badges You Can Complete at Home

Need something constructive to do? Click on the link below to see 58 merit badges that Scout can complete at home. Merit badges for social distancing: 58 badges Scouts can complete at home

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Coronavirus Update

Thursday, April 2, 2020 The camp card sale has been extended again until August 15.  Money from sales is due to council the week of August 17. Friday, March 20, 2020 Dear Occoneechee Council Scouting Family, First and foremost, I hope you are doing well and staying safe during this time of uncertainty. Our primary

Programs

Cuboree Update – Operation Halloween

Hello Scouting Families, We hope that everyone is doing well! First, our committee wants to say thank you to all of those who are still working to keep our communities safe and moving forward. The health and well-being of our Scouts, volunteer leaders, families, and staff continues to remain our number-one priority. As COVID-19 (coronavirus)

Outdoor Ethics

“On breaking camp, leave two things behind you: 1) Nothing.  2) Your thanks.“    – Lord Baden-Powell

Cuboree Update – Operation Halloween

Hello Scouting Families, We hope that everyone is doing well! First, our committee wants to say thank you to all of those who are still working to keep our communities safe and moving forward. The health and well-being of our Scouts, volunteer leaders, families, and staff continues to remain our number-one priority. As COVID-19 (coronavirus)

Digital Safety in a Time of Increased Online Activity

As local councils and units use digital and online resources, such as video conferencing, to continue Scouting meetings, projects and advancement during the COVID-19 outbreak, the National Council is providing the following guidance. Note this guidance is not comprehensive and if it differs from the legal requirements of your state or local jurisdiction, please consult

Digital Safety in a Time of Increased Online Activity

As local councils and units use digital and online resources, such as video conferencing, to continue Scouting meetings, projects and advancement during the COVID-19 outbreak, the National Council is providing the following guidance. Note this guidance is not comprehensive and if it differs from the legal requirements of your state or local jurisdiction, please consult

Merit Badges You Can Complete at Home

Need something constructive to do? Click on the link below to see 58 merit badges that Scout can complete at home. Merit badges for social distancing: 58 badges Scouts can complete at home

Digital Safety in a Time of Increased Online Activity

As local councils and units use digital and online resources, such as video conferencing, to continue Scouting meetings, projects and advancement during the COVID-19 outbreak, the National Council is providing the following guidance. Note this guidance is not comprehensive and if it differs from the legal requirements of your state or local jurisdiction, please consult

Digital Safety in a Time of Increased Online Activity

As local councils and units use digital and online resources, such as video conferencing, to continue Scouting meetings, projects and advancement during the COVID-19 outbreak, the National Council is providing the following guidance. Note this guidance is not comprehensive and if it differs from the legal requirements of your state or local jurisdiction, please consult

Digital Safety in a Time of Increased Online Activity

As local councils and units use digital and online resources, such as video conferencing, to continue Scouting meetings, projects and advancement during the COVID-19 outbreak, the National Council is providing the following guidance. Note this guidance is not comprehensive and if it differs from the legal requirements of your state or local jurisdiction, please consult

Events

Cuboree Update – Operation Halloween

Hello Scouting Families, We hope that everyone is doing well! First, our committee wants to say thank you to all of those who are still working to keep our communities safe and moving forward. The health and well-being of our Scouts, volunteer leaders, families, and staff continues to remain our number-one priority. As COVID-19 (coronavirus)

Cuboree Update – Operation Halloween

Hello Scouting Families, We hope that everyone is doing well! First, our committee wants to say thank you to all of those who are still working to keep our communities safe and moving forward. The health and well-being of our Scouts, volunteer leaders, families, and staff continues to remain our number-one priority. As COVID-19 (coronavirus)

Pack 318 Visits the Elderly

As part of our “giving back” and community service centric year, Den 1 and Den 5 and our leaders visited a retirement/assisted living community in northern Wake Forest. For the first 45 mins of our visit we meet the residents of the main house.  These are the most needy residents of the community and need

Virtual Campsite Competition

Create a virtual campsite in your backyard or living room.  Post your photo to the Occoneechee Council Facebook Page ( http://facebook.com/occoneecheecouncil ) to be entered into the contest.  Judging will be based on creativity and design.   Submit entries by April 30th.   Winner will be announced on May 1st.  

Camp Card Update

Hello Scout Leaders: We know that during this trying time, your priorities have shifted from the everyday issues and tasks.  Since all Scouts are out of school and looking for something to keep them occupied (and possibly the parents, too), they may be turning to Scouting for activities.  Camp cards are still currently on sale,

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Virtual Campsite Competition

Create a virtual campsite in your backyard or living room.  Post your photo to the Occoneechee Council Facebook Page ( http://facebook.com/occoneecheecouncil ) to be entered into the contest.  Judging will be based on creativity and design.   Submit entries by April 30th.   Winner will be announced on May 1st.  

Virtual Campsite Competition

Create a virtual campsite in your backyard or living room.  Post your photo to the Occoneechee Council Facebook Page ( http://facebook.com/occoneecheecouncil ) to be entered into the contest.  Judging will be based on creativity and design.   Submit entries by April 30th.   Winner will be announced on May 1st.  

Camps

Cuboree Update – Operation Halloween

Hello Scouting Families, We hope that everyone is doing well! First, our committee wants to say thank you to all of those who are still working to keep our communities safe and moving forward. The health and well-being of our Scouts, volunteer leaders, families, and staff continues to remain our number-one priority. As COVID-19 (coronavirus)

Camp Reeves

Camp Reeves Collectively Camp Durant and Camp Reeves are known as the Occoneechee Scout Reservation (OSR) and are located in Carthage, NC. Camp Map  Website – www.campdurant.com Online Reservations – Click Here. Occoneechee Scout Reservation Phone: Ranger Terry McIntire 910-948-3258 (Ranger’s House) 910-824-6201 (Ranger’s Cell) Phone: Council Office: 919-872-4884 Physical Address: 4637 Old Carthage Road,

Mawat Shakori Awahili Spring Camporee

REGISTRATION The form below is required for unit registration. Each submission will “ADD” more scouts to an existing registration. Please keep each confirmation email for your records. The Camporee leadership will keep up with your total number and confirm with you during the event.

2020 Cub Day Camps

The Occoneechee Council has the following Day or Twilight Camps planned for 2020. Highlander District LaFayette District Mawat Twilight Camp Wake County Cub Summer Camp at Camp Durant   You can view the entire list here:

Cuboree Update – Operation Halloween

Hello Scouting Families, We hope that everyone is doing well! First, our committee wants to say thank you to all of those who are still working to keep our communities safe and moving forward. The health and well-being of our Scouts, volunteer leaders, families, and staff continues to remain our number-one priority. As COVID-19 (coronavirus)

Reserve A Campsite

Reserve A Campsite Collectively Camp Durant and Camp Reeves are known as the Occoneechee Scout Reservation (OSR) and are located in Carthage, NC. Units, Individuals, BSA Training, as well as other events may reserve areas/building/campsites/cabins through the Online link below. A Council employee monitors these requests and confirms via email. Also, we have Camp Campbell in

Summer Camp

Occoneechee’s Summer Camp program is held at the Occoneechee Scout Reservation on the Camp Durant property.

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