Category: 100th Anniversary

Council Celebrates 100 Years with Jamboree

April 26th, 2017 by
The Cape Fear Council’s 100th Anniversary Jamboree is now history.  Hundreds of Scouts from across the Cape Fear Council gathered at Camp Bowers the weekend of March 31 – April 2, 2017 to celebrate a milestone of 100 years of service to the youth of Southeastern North Carolina. The original date and location in the fall of 2016 had to be rescheduled because of Hurricane Matthew’s heavy rains and wind.  Weather continued to be a concern as heavy rain moved across the state stopping mid-afternoon on March 31 just in time to welcome gathering troops at Camp Bowers. Blue skies soon ...
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Ron King Goes to Washington

March 22nd, 2017 by
Earlier this month, a group of Scouts from across the nation visited Washington, D.C., to present a report of the BSA’s greatest accomplishments in 2016 to our nation’s leaders. Each year, as part of the BSA’s congressional charter, the Boy Scouts of America presents the Report to the Nation to the speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives, congressional leadership and other top government officials. This year, that delegation includes Eagle Scout Ronald King of Troop 301.  It’s an honor and privilege to be selected for this duty, and Ron was chosen because of his accomplishments and contributions to the community.   ...
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Last Chance to Order Your Council History Book

March 24th, 2016 by
The Cape Fear Council is proud to offer a color coffee table book detailing the years-long research of the council’s history by Robert O. Walton, Jr.  Each page contains rich details and photos of the councils earliest years to the present.  The 128 page hardcover book measures 8.5 by 11 inches and is available at the pre-order price of $35.00 with a limited one time run. Shipping is available for an additional $5.  This limited time offer only lasts until January 1st, so get your orders in early, this is the last time we will have an opportunity to offer ...
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