Scouting News

Service Center and Scout Shop are open with modified hours

Service Center
Mon – Fri 9:00 am – 4:30 pm

Scout Shop
Mon – Fri 10:00 am – 6:00 pm; Sat 10:00 am – 1:00 pm

Scouting continues to operate in accordance with NC Executive Orders.
See weekly e-newsletters for updates.



Camp Card Sale Extended to June 26

Camp Card sales is an easy, Old North State Council-approved fundraiser to help Scouts earn their way to a summer camp, high adventure activity, or any other BSA program or activity. Units can use their commissions from the sale of Camp Cards to support any Scouting-related function, activity, or program/supply need they deem necessary.

Unit Leaders shoud make final settlements by 5:00 pm Friday, June 26.
Contact for additional information.

More information can be found on the Camp Cards page

2020 Wood Badge Training
Oct 9-11 and Nov 7-8
Class size limted to 48 participants. Sign up now!
Every Scout deserves a Trained Leader!


2020 Cub Scout Summer Campout
July 17 -19
Woodfield Scout Preservation
Rockets and other STEM related activites and lots of OUTDOOR fun!
No stay-at-home event here.
Camp under the stars with all your Scout friends.
Register today!



























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Cherokee Scout Reservation
Summer Schedule Update

Scouts BSA Summer Camp 2020 will open
Saturday, June 21 for 6 weeks of camp!

  • FAQs outlining our COVID-19 response plan can be reviewed here. Please share these with your Scouts and families. The FAQs describe the camps efforts to minimize the spread of COVID-19 by screening, cleaning, and quarantining. They also describe the strategies all camp participants should use to minimize the spread of COVID-19.

  • Scouts may still participate as provisional campershowever, may not participate as day campers this summer due to COVID response requirements.

  • Scouts, 14-years old and older, may participate in our Counselor-in-Training program.

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Youth Protection and Training

All registered leaders must complete Youth Protection Training, submit to a mandatory criminal background check, follow policies on two-deep leadership and no one-on-one contact, and are required to report any signs of abuse as a mandatory reporter.  Also, Scouts and parents receive educational materials on youth protection in the first section of the Scout Handbook. Our latest Youth Protection guidelines are available at

If you have been a victim of abuse or have any information about suspected abuse, please reach out to our 24/7 Scouts First Hotline at 1-844-Scouts1 for immediate assistance. For more on what the BSA is doing to keep kids safe, please visit:

For more information on Youth Protection click here

BSA National Youth Protection Director shares details on how the organization keeps kids safe.