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Winter Camp 2022

Dec 27 - 30

Winter Camp 2022
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For Scouts BSA and Venturers
4 Days and 3 Nights of Cold Weather Camping,
25 Merit Badges, Games, Klondike Derby, Shooting Sports, ATV Power Sports and more.
Registration closes Fri Dec 16 at midnight!

Cub Polar Camp 2022

Dec 29

Polar Cub Day Camp
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Get outside after the Christmas holiday! Enjoy cold weather outdoor adventure with fellow Cub Scouts (dens & packs!), family, and friends. 
Registration closes Dec 18.


Dec 28-30 & Jan 14-16

National Youth Leadership Training
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Registration closes Sunday Dec 4 at midnight!
Only 5 openings remain as of Friday!


Dec 29

Wilderness First Aid
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WFA is recommended for those participating in activities where advanced medical care may be delayed such as backcountry camping trips or high adventure trips.
Unit leaders of ALL Scout programs are invited to participate. The next course will be held at Winter Camp

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Scouting News

  • NESA Scholarships - Application portal open Dec 1, 2022 to Jan 31, 2023.
  • Silver Beaver Award Nominations Due Dec 2 - The Silver Beaver Award was introduced in 1931 as a distinguished service award of the Boy Scouts of America. Upon nomination by their local Scout council and with the approval […]
  • Cub Advancement at a Glance - This current Cub Scout advancement-at-a-glance info. is a one-page document that shows each rank requirement in Cub Scouting. This can help to simplify some information as you onboard den leaders […]
  • Citizenship in Society Merit Badge Counselor Requirements - Additional information to know for registering to be a counselor for this merit badge: Register as a Merit Badge Counselor for the Citizenship in Society Merit Badge by completing an […]
  • BSA Membership Fee Change  - The national membership fee helps cover the cost of essential services, including program resources, liability insurance for those participating in approved Scouting activities, criminal background checks, youth protection, and the […]
  • Minor Mods to Scouts BSA Rank Requirements - 1. In 2021, all outdoor-related rank advancement requirements were reviewed and realigned based on guidance from the National Outdoor Ethics and Conservation Subcommittee. These adjustments will help more effectively build […]
  • STEM Nova Awards Change - The STEM Nova Awards program is designed to bring awareness to STEM and provide recognition to Scouts who go beyond current advancement requirements to pursue a STEM topic. Effective June […]
  • Update to Scouts BSA Joining Age - The BSA has been looking at the barriers to joining for today’s families and we want to simplify this for any youth who wants to participate in our programs. The […]
  • Discontinue Use of NESA Paper Applications - The National Eagle Scout Association (NESA) has recently implemented new pricing for its membership. As a result of this, when presenting Eagle Scout packets to new Eagle Scouts, use of […]
  • Rangemaster: Basic - BASIC Shooting for Rifle & Shotgun Targets(NRA Education & Training Courses) Saturday, March 25 – Sunday, March 26, 2023 Hosted by the Shooting Sports Committee @ Cherokee Scout Reservation Basic […]

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  • 2023 National Jamboree - Summit Bechtel Reserve July 19-28, 2023 Once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. Find out more info here. There will be a contingent going from the Old North State Council. You may begin the registration […]

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  • GaGa Ball Rules - The Scouting community has seen an increasing number of incidents in one of its favorite games: Gaga Ball. We want to remind everyone to leverage the SAFE Scouting Checklist when […]
  • safety Safety Moments - Safety Moments are opportunities to prepare for an activity, review safety measures, and report incidents correctly. Topics should be reviewed regularly at Scout meetings. Here is a list
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