Council Info Districts Northeast Cape Fear

Northeast Cape Fear

Northeast Cape Fear District
page last updated 5/14/12

District Chairman: Todd Brohaugh 270-1812
District Executive: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it 784-9865
District Commissioner: Larry Greer 319-3189

 

Spring Camporee
Thank you to all the troops, scouts, and leaders that participated in the Spring Camporee at Camp Bowers.  Special thank you to Doriana Migliara and her staff for putting on such a great scouting event!
District Banquet
Special thank you to James Fredley and all of those from Pack and Troop 225 for their efforts in putting on a wonderful banquet!  We had over 170 people attend.  The food was delicious.  The recognition of adults and scouts was very deserving!  Congrats to the following people...
 
Spark Plug Award
Amanda Murray - Pack 777
Gary Werthy - Troop 235
Brandi Stettler - Troop 235
Greg Campbell - Troop 235
Phillip Toret - Pack 211
Olivia Flowers - Pack 211
Jacquie Shackleford - Pack 211
Michael Martin - Pack 235
Gil Pettit - Pack 225
Bobby Owings - Pack 777
Charles Burn - Troop 225
Stanley Wardrip - Pack 220
Stephanie Aman - Troop 215
John Maffetore - Troop 257
Cub Scout Leader of the Year
Korey Kane - Pack 730
Boy Scout Leader of the Year
Drew Williams - Troop 257
Jack Deckard - Troop 235
Cape Fear Award
Mark Hollifield
 
Scout Show
Thank you to all of those that participated in the Scout Show!  It was a ton of fun for all involved!  Special thank you to Coastal District and David Black for putting together such a fine event and for inviting our district to participate.  Go ahead and mark your calendars now for next year.  (first weekend in March)
District Pinewood Derby Race
Special Thank you so Drew Williams, NECF Derby Race Chairman and all of those from Troop 257 and Pack 220 that helped put on a fantastic district derby race.  If you have ever seen the movie Down and Derby, the set-up for this race tops what you see in the movie.  You will have to check it out in the future.  Thank you so Scotts Hill Baptist Church for allowing us to use their facility.  Below are the results...

Den

Place

Car

Name

Avg Time

Tiger

First

 

Calloway  Upchurch (Pack 225)

2.495

Second

 

Will Hinshaw (Pack 732)

2.503

Third

 

Parker Sumrell (Pack 220)

2.516

Wolf

First

 

Elijah Torian (Pack 296)

2.499

Second

 

Conner Knox (Pack 225)

2.512

Third

 

Evan Perry (Pack 235)

2.52

Bear

First

 

Caleb Wicks (Pack 225)

2.494

Second

 

Caleb Coley (Pack 211)

2.508

Third

 

Ryan Perry (Pack 732)

2.51

Webelos I

First

 

Chance Hawkins (Pack 235)

2.481

Second

 

Ethan Johnston (Pack 215)

2.501

Third

 

Dylan Rhodes (Pack 247)

2.512

Webelos II

First

 

Brandon Williams (Pack 220)

2.471

Second

 

Luke Smith (Pack 296)

2.481

Third

 

Bryson Dowell (Pack 249)

2.502

 

Overall race Winners below:

 

Place

Car

Name

Avg Time

First

18

Caleb Wicks (Pack 225)

2.477

Second

29

Chance Hawkins (Pack 235)

2.479

Third

15

Brandon Williams (Pack 220)

2.483

Webelos Overnighter Weekend
Thank you to all of you that attended or helped with our Webelos Overnighter Weekend.  It was another great scouting event put on by Scott Ellen!  He continues to make this weekend better and better each year (which is hard to do since the bar is set so high). 
Leader Nomination Forms
*Please note that all nominations must be submitted by January 1st to David Criser, NECF Awards and Recognition Chairman.  (or to DE Trey and he can get it to David)
Cub Leader of the Year Nomination form here
Boy Scout Leader of the Year Nomination here
Venture Leader of the Year Nomination here
Cape Fear Award (can be found under the "forms" tab listed as "District Award of Merit")
Spark Plug Award (can be submitted in writing or e mail)

Trainings
Roundtable
District Roundtable meetings will be held at McClure Presbyterian Church, located at 5908 Castle Hayne Road. We will continue to meet on the FIRST Tuesday of every month. Roundtables begin at 6:30pm with a gathering of all, to share council and district news. Then we split up into our Cub Scout Roundtable and Boy Scout Roundtable. Please have a representative from your unit attend this very informative meeting.

District Committee Meeting
District Committee meetings will be held at McClure Presbyterian Church, located at 5908 Castle Hayne Road. We will meet on the THIRD Tuesday of every month beginning at 6:30pm. District Chairman, Todd Brohaugh has asked that all District Committee members attend these meetings and inform us if you will be unable to attend.

Good Turn for America
This is a way for us to record service hours that each of you are already doing.  Please log your hours in so we can see how which units are doing service and well our district is doing in service work hours.  Remember, at the District Banquet in February every unit that has registered hours within the past year, will receive their Good Turn for America ribbon.

If you have questions or need your unit's id number or password, please contact our GTFA District Chair, Sarah Jackson at 919-738-9057.

Wall of Honor

Packs

Pack 211                                      Pack 215

Pack 220                                      Pack 225

Pack 235                                      Pack 247
 
Pack 249                                      Pack 732

Troops & Crews

Troop 215                                   Troop 220
 
Troop 223                                   Troop 225
 
Troop 234                                   Troop 235
 
Troop 237                                   Troop 242
 
Troop 249                                   Troop 255
 
Troop 257                                   Troop 734
 
Troop 777                                  Crew 2789

 

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