Celebrating the Adventure | Continuing the Journey
Join the Scouting Alumni
The Old North State Council was formed in 1992 from the General Greene and Uwharrie Councils. Two years after its inception, the Old North State Council added the Cherokee Council. Today the Council incorporates much of the past into its everyday life. It includes Woodfield Scout Preservation on Lake Reese and Camp Cherokee in Yanceyville as well as Hemric Reservation on Kerr Lake and Hagan Sea Scout Base on High Rock Lake. The Old North State Council serves much of central North Carolina and includes areas ranging from Mebane to Mocksville and everywhere in between. Whether you were a Scout, leader, volunteer, parent, or supporter – you are an alumni of the nation’s foremost youth movement. We would like to hear from you. Now you can reconnect with the adventure of Scouting, through the Old North State Council Alumni Connection. Join the thousands of others who care about the youth of our nation and the Boy Scouts of America.
Visit the Old North State Council History Museum at Cherokee Scout Reservation, Yanceyville, NC