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Council Office Information

Council Office Information

Council Office Information The Occoneechee Council consist of 10 districts; each district is represented by a professional staff member.  The Raleigh Service Center and all Staff can be reached at the phone numbers listed below. Upon reaching the Service Center, one of our office staff will direct your call to the appropriate person for your needs. Phone: 919-872-4884

Council Staff and Professionals

The staff directory below is sorted alphabetically for your convenience. All office staff can be reached by dialing (919) 872-4884 and then dialing their three (3) digit extension. Field employees may be dialed directly on their cell phones. Council Office Information The Occoneechee Council consist of 10 districts; each district is represented by a professional staff

Need Help?

Do you need help with something? For General Questions, you can email us at: Support@ocscouts.org Or through our

Scout Sign Archive

Welcome to our Scout Sign archive. Here you will find newsletters from each month highlighting events, trainings, and other great article submitted that month. Click on a month in a year’s archive to view it. Please note, some early articles are not available. 2018: January February March April May June July August September October November

New Member Information

About Our Council The Occoneechee Council, Boy Scouts of America serves 12 counties in North Central North Carolina including Chatham, Cumberland, Durham, Franklin, Granville, Harnett, Lee, Moore, Orange, Vance, Wake, and Warren. Units in our council fall in to different areas we call districts. For more information, or to find out your district, see this

Finance And Fundraising

Finance and fundraising functions for the Council provide continued growth and constant improvement for ongoing operations at the Council and the Scouting program. The program empowers youth, family and community through the skills and lessons learned, teaches community-minded involvement and working together as a team. Your financial support allows the youth and families to continue

Key 3

The Council Key 3 consists of the Council President, Council Commissioner, and Scout Executive. They meet informally as necessary to ensure proper coordination of the work of the council. They also furnish liaisons between the commissioner staff and the various committees of the council. Additionally, they may also provide proposals and recommendations to, but in

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