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Webelos OA Weekend

Webelos OA Weekend

Date: March 15-16 2019   Registration closes on March 1st Where: Occoneechee Scout Reservation – Camp Durant Who: Webelos 1 and 2 at time of the event and their parent/guardian Cost: $15.00 per person Registration is limited to 115 total participants, so don’t delay and miss out on this great weekend provided by the Occoneechee Lodge

Amazon Smile

Occoneechee Council has partnered with Amazon Smile to raise funds for local Scouting using the everyday purchases we all make online. You and your Unit can support Scouting programs by choosing Occoneechee Council your charity of choice and then shopping at smile.amazon.com. Amazon’s prices and shipping charges remain the same, but they will donate a portion

2019 Friends of Scouting Breakfast

The event GOAL is to bring more than 850 of our community’s top business leaders together to honor a wonderful corporate citizen and raise $1,500,000 to support local Scouting programs that develop character, citizenship, leadership, patriotism, self-reliance and personal fitness. Event funds help remove financial barriers for youth to participate in Scouting and allow for outreach

Eagle Banquet

  2019 Eagle Banquet Join us as we celebrate the achievements of 500 Eagle Scouts and our Venture Summit Awards Class of 2018 Keynote Speaker: Dr. Robert Adams, Jr.   When: Saturday, January 26, 2019 Where: McKimmon Center, NCSU Raleigh, NC Time: 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm Doors open at 5:50 pm for photo opportunities

Boy Scout Rail Camp

NC Transportation Museum – Special Experiences & Tours http://www.nctrans.org The N.C. Transportation Museum’s Boy Scout Rail Camp, the largest event of its type in the nation, is now offered in two separate sessions. Spring and Fall editions of the popular event will be offered to accommodate the huge numbers of troops who wish to participate.

ScoutReach

Youth in the Triangle’s most underserved neighborhoods face poverty, unemployment, substance addiction and abuse, higher rates of crime, obesity and child maltreatment. As we look toward an uncertain and challenging future, one thing we can be sure of is all of our communities will need leaders with honor and integrity. We’ll need leaders that know

Leave A Legacy

Because of you… boys and girls enjoy the country’s best camps, innovative STEM programs and scholarships. As you continue to make Scouting a part of your philanthropy,  you join an elite group who share your desire to impact the future of our youth. We are committed to showing our gratitude. By contributing to Scouting, you will have a profound

Support Scouting

Support Boy Scouts of America! Occoneechee Council is one of the largest and most prominent youth development organizations in North Carolina. We provide young people in Chatham, Cumberland, Durham, Franklin, Granville, Harnett, Lee, Moore, Orange, Vance, Wake and Warren Counties with responsible fun and adventure while instilling in them lifetime values and ethical character development as

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