Category: Recognition

Record Service Hours

November 21st, 2018 by
HOW TO LOG UNIT SERVICE HOURS. Click this link to understand why units should be logging there service hours: https://www.scouting.org/Home/Awards/JourneyToExcellence/council_tips.aspx The council logs all Eagle project and OA project service hours.  It is up to the individual unit to log its service hours. How to log unit service hours. You will need your Unit ID # to create an account to log your unit’s service hours.  You will get the Unit ID # from your Unit Commissioner.  This number is not your unit # but a special ID number assigned to each unit for internet access.  You may see this Unit ID # ...
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Harling Honored with International Award

May 21st, 2018 by
David Harling Earns Prestigious Scouting Award From Rotary International At the May 7 Rockingham Rotary Club meeting, David Harling, longtime leader in both the Boy Scouts and the Rotary Club received the distinguished Cliff Dochterman Award. It was presented by Jonathan Widmark, Scout Executive and CEO for the Cape Fear Council of BSA. It was the first time in the 102 year history of the Cape Fear Council that this international award had been presented locally. The International Fellowship of Scouting Rotarians created a special recognition in 2005 to honor those unique individuals who have truly committed themselves to a life of ...
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2019 Thomas E Avent Scholarship Announced

March 28th, 2018 by
The Cape Fear Council – Boy Scouts of America is announcing a financial aid award from the Thomas E. Avent College Scholarship Fund for 2019 of up to $5,000, which will be awarded to one or more deserving high school senior(s). This Scholarship Fund was established by the estate of Judith C. Avent of Lumberton in memory of her late husband Thomas E. Avent. This financial aid award may be used for payment of tuition to any accredited college, university or two-year community college. The scholarship will be offered in the eight counties of southeastern North Carolina served by the Cape ...
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Attend the Annual Recognition Banquet

February 23rd, 2018 by
On March 7th over 200 of our closest friends and guests will come together at the Riverside Hilton in downtown Wilmington to recognize the 2017 Eagle Scout Class and Silver Beaver recipients.  Judge J. Stanley Carmical will be emceeing the event and will feature Eagle Scout Jack Branch, of Troop 301 in Lumberton, as the Eagle Scout Class Spokesman. Mr. Bill Squire of Wilmington will also be recognized as the Eagle Class Honoree for his many years of service to the youth of the Cape Fear Council. We would also like to say Thank You and congratulations to the Cape Fear ...
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Recruit a Friend, Earn a Spinner

October 17th, 2017 by
Recruit a Friend, Earn a Spinner 2 Ways to Win…. 1) Any currently registered Scout that recruits a friend to join Scouting between October 15th and  November 15th will receive a fidget spinner upon completing the form below. 2) Any new Scout that turns in a completed application between  October 15th and November 15th will receive a fidget spinner. All completed forms must be turned in with a completed youth application to the Cubmaster, Scout Office, or District Executive to receive your light-up fidget spinner. If you have any questions, please contact Trey Glenham at (910)-395-1100 x. 14 or trey.glenham@scouting.org. Download Spinner Form Here via GIPHY
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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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Cub Scout Camp Staff – Service Troop Registration

February 21st, 2017 by
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2017 Thomas E. Avent Scholarship Announced

January 19th, 2017 by
The Cape Fear Council – Boy Scouts of America is announcing a financial aid award from the Thomas E. Avent College Scholarship Fund for 2017 of up to $5,000, which will be awarded to one or more deserving high school senior(s). This Scholarship Fund was established by the estate of Judith C. Avent of Lumberton in memory of her late husband Thomas E. Avent. This financial aid award may be used for payment of tuition to any accredited college, university or two-year community college. The scholarship will be offered in the eight counties of southeastern North Carolina served by the Cape ...
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Camp Road Repaired Ahead of Schedule

October 26th, 2016 by
Thanks to the quick action of some volunteers, construction has been completed on the washout of the camp road.  Over 30 truckloads of earth were needed to replace and repair the road surface.  Thank you to Howell Clark, Dooie Leach, Paul Mason, and Campbell Oil Company for organizing the construction.  The Cape Fear Council is blessed to count these great community leaders among our members and we thank them for their quick action to get this road repaired very quickly.  Crews from Sampson-Bladen Oil Company, FCI, Campbell Oil, & Gregory Poole Caterpillar teamed together to complete repairs and reconstruction of ...
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A Fond Farewell and Happy Greetings for Coastal District

June 24th, 2016 by
Please join us in welcoming Mason Williams as the new Coastal District Executive.  Mason is a product of the Cape Fear Council, an Eagle Scout (2010) from Troop 234 in Scotts Hill and a graduate from Appalachian State University with a degree in Parks and Recreation Management and a minor in Communications.  Mason has spent the past 2 years working as Program Specialist/Director of Communications at Camp Don Lee.  We also want to take the time to send well wishes to Bill Gay as he transitions to another council.  We are extremely grateful for all that Bill has done in ...
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