Category: Scouts BSA

Central District Camporee Planning – Tonight – Mar 17, 2021

Attention Black River District! It is that time of the year to be thinking about our District Camporee. Now that we have the results of redistricting, we are
now planning the first Camporee of the new Central District (actual name coming later).

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Deadlines Extended for NESA Eagle Scout Scholarships

Earning the Eagle Scout Award can open the door to many career opportunities, and as Scouts study for those careers, the National Eagle Scout Association can help.

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New US Environmental Protection Agency Award

To commemorate the EPA’s 50th anniversary last year, the Boy Scouts of America and EPA signed a memorandum of understanding to create a special award, encouraging those in the Scouts BSA program to strive to protect the environment.

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Central District Camporee Planning – Jan 20, Feb 17, Mar 17

Now that the new year is here, it is time for us to get our ducks in a row for the District Camporee. 

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New Eagle Project Workbook Now Available

The Eagle Project Workbook has been updated with a January 2021 version date.

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2021 Pope Scholarship

The Occoneechee Council is now accepting applications for the 2021 John William Pope Family Eagle Scout Scholarship.

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Eagle Refs is Back

The eaglerefs.org site is back and whole. All Eagle Scout candidates must use it to request references and to upload a picture of their finished Eagle project with the Scout in the picture.

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Occoneechee Council Merit Badge Saturday

Don’t miss this chance to earn a merit badge at Camp Durant on Saturday 10 October. In addition to eight merit badges being offered there will also be an ATV training course and BSA Pistol Shooting.

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Eagle Boards of Review beginning August 2020

Effective in August the Eagle Boards will return to Garner UMC.

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Eagle Application Turn In Procedures Beginning 1 June

The Council Office and Scout Shop will open beginning on 1 June under the Governor’s Phase 2 requirements.

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