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Scouting Relief Fund

Scouts have always led the way, been prepared, helped other people, strived to be good citizens and worked to be brave. Times like this are exactly why we need Scouting. While Scouting has continued during this unique time, fundraising has been extremely challenging. Special events have been cancelled, collections on the annual campaign are down,

COVID OSR Policies and Procedures

Mandatory policies and procedures for use of all Occoneechee Scout Reservation (OSR) camps.  Recommended for all unit and district camping that is not happening at OSR camps. Camp Use Guidelines during COVID-19 Pre-Camp Health Screening Check-Out procedures Temp Check Sheet Campsite Sanitation Instructions Campsite Cleaning Checklist Area Sanitizing Check Sheet  

Coronavirus Update

October 15, 2020 Dear Scouts and Scouters, Your welfare is our top priority and our teams are always evaluating risks that may come with Scouting. With that in mind, we’ve been reviewing Governor Cooper’s Phase 3 mandates that took effect on Friday, October 2nd and will remain in effect until at least Friday, October 23rd,

Internet Advancement 2.0

BSA has retired Internet Advancement 1.0 This was the Internet portal used from 2006 to May 23, 2019 – RIP Internet Advancement 1.0 Internet Advancement 2.0 is HERE Training and information is available here: Please read the training before requesting help. https://help.scoutbook.com/article-categories/advancement-quick-entry-internet-advancement-update/ Access is limited to UNIT Key 3, Unit Key 3 Plus 3, and

Family Scouting

Learn more About Family Scouting The Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts/Scouts BSA programs are not co-ed. We knew that what we provided for young men was vital to America’s future, but we also felt that young women needed those same opportunities so we created a model that builds on the proven benefits of our single-gender

Scout Shops

Come visit one of our Occoneechee Scout shops, we are located in Raleigh and Fayetteville.

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