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Second Century Society

The Second Century Society The Second Century Society, SCS, is the Boy Scouts of America’s national social organization of individuals, families, foundations, and corporations stewarded by key volunteers and implemented by the Boy Scouts of America National Foundation. Established in 2011, SCS, replaces the 1910 Society and Founders Circle as the way to recognize Scouting’s

Heritage Society Members

The Scouting Heritage Society Established to recognize those who believe in preserving the tradition and values of Scouting, as well as perpetuating its future for generations to come. The Heritage Society is a program to recognize those who include Scouting in their estate planning or make outright gifts to the Endowment Fund of the Occoneechee

More Ways to Support Scouting

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 expressed by Scout Oath

James E. West Recognitions

James E. West Fellowship   This award, named for Scouting’s first Chief of Scout Executive, is a way of recognizing a Friend of Scouting who works to promote future excellence in Scouting and their commitment to Scouting’s ideals. This is a National Recognition of an individual who has made a significant donation to the Occoneechee

Skating for Scouting

Join us for Scout Skating nights at United Skates of America. Call 919-790-3808 or email dpolisky@usa-skating.com to get involved.

Lion Program

              Lions Program Quick Facts: The Lions is a pilot program of the Boy Scouts for Kindergarten-age boys. Lions must be 5 yrs old by September 30th to join. Since it is a pilot program, there are only a few units currently available to join, see the listing below.

SCOUTStrong

SCOUTStrong even in 1915: “To carry out all the duties and work of a Scout properly, a fellow has to be strong, healthy, and active.   And he can make himself so if he takes a little care about it.”—Robert Baden-Powell, Scouting for Boys, 1915 SCOUTStrong The Program:  The SCOUTStrong Healthy Living Initiative integrates active lifestyles, healthy eating, and

The Next Generation Committee

The Next Generation Committee for the Occoneechee Council is looking for new members! We are a group of young professionals (20s and 30s) who assist the council and build the next generation of adult leaders. If you are interested or you know someone who is interested, please contact Robert Shaw at shawrw5@yahoo.com or join our

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