Areas Served

The Old North State Council serves eight counties,
made up of five districts. Select a district to view details for that district, or scroll down to view information for all districts.

Old North State Areas Served

Akela District

Serving High Point, Thomasville, Jamestown, Wallburg, Archdale, Trinity

District Chairman: Tim Harper
District Commissioner: Bill Burns
District Executive: Lamar Cassell

Akela District Roundtable

Parents, volunteers, and leaders are welcome to attend the Akela District Roundtable. This is a great time to exchange ideas, learn about what is going on in the Akela District, attend training, and more. Roundtable is the 2nd Thursday of each month 7:00-8:00 pm at Wesley Memorial United Methodist Church located at 1225 Chestnut Drive, High Point 27262.

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Alamance District

Serving Alamance County: Burlington, Haw River, Saxapahaw, Snow Camp, Mebane, Graham, Elon, Union Ridge

District Chairman: Hal Bates
District Commissioner:
Enrico Mitchell
District Director: Jason Powers 336-880-8785

Alamance District Roundtable

Parents and volunteers are invited to the Alamance District Roundtable which is held the 1st Thursday of the following months: February, April, June, August, October & December, 7:00-8:30 pm at Shiloh Presbyterian Church, 2638 Grand Oaks Blvd, Burlington 27215. This is a great time to exchange ideas, learn about what is going on in the Alamance District, meet leaders from other groups, attend training, and more.

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Cherokee District

Serving Reidsville, Eden, Ruffin, Madison, Mayodan, Stoneville, Wentworth, Roxboro, Yanceyville, and all points between

District Chairman: Willie Ore
District Commissioner: Tom Felder
District Executive: Jonathan Clapp 336-420-0208

Cherokee District Roundtable

Parents and volunteers are invited to the Cherokee District Roundtable which is held the 1st Thursday of each month at 7:00 pm at Cherokee Scout Reservation, 3269 Boy Scout Camp Road, Yanceyville 27379. This is a great time to exchange ideas, learn about what is going on in the Cherokee District, attend training, and more.

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Guilford District

Serving Brown Summit, Colfax, Guilford College, Oak Ridge, Stokesdale, Summerfield, Monticello, Gibsonville, Julian, Pleasant Garden, and all of Eastern Guilford County and all of Northwestern Greensboro

District Chairman: Scott Tippett
District Commissioner: Bonnie Ware
District Program Chair: Moreland Smith
District Executive: Gary Stasco

Guilford District Roundtable

Parents and volunteers are invited to the Guilford District Roundtable which is held on the 2nd Thursday of each month at 7:00 pm at the Old North State Council Service Center 1405 Westover Terrace, Greensboro 27408. This is a great time to exchange ideas, learn about what is going on in the Guilford District, attend training, and more.

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Uwharrie District

Serving Lexington, Mocksville, Midway, Advance, Davie Co., Linwood, Churchland, Southmont, Denton and Welcome, Asheboro, Seagrove, Ramseur, Liberty, Randleman, Farmer, Franklinville, and Gray’s Chapel

District Chair: vacant
District Commissioner: Edwin Owens
District Executive: Aaron Walters

Uwharrie District Roundtable

Parents and volunteers, come to the Uwharrie District Roundtable. The Roundtable is held on the 1st Thursday of each month either virtually or at Woodfield Scout Preservation 491 Woodfield Scout Trail, Asheboro 27203. This is a great time to exchange ideas, learn about what is going on in the Uwharrie District, attend training, and more.  For the location of the next Roundtable, contact Aaron Walters using the form below.

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