Scouting Heritage and Collections Merit Badges – Earn 2 Badges in one class Where: Camp Bowers BB&T Center When: Saturday December 15th, 10:00am to 3:00pm Prerequisites: Collections requirement #1. Scouting Heritage requirements #2(a), #5, #6 (can be used for collections merit badge), #8. Join the Cape Fear Council Historical Association at the Camp Bowers BB&T Center Scouting Museum for one class that covers the requirements for both Collections and Scouting Heritage. Scouts that already maintain a Collection, be it coins,…Read More »
Klahican Lodge Banquet at Camp Bowers. Arrowmen and their families are invited to attend. Cost is $16 per person.Read More »
Wood Badge is a course for all Scout leaders, Cub Scout, Boy Scout, Varsity Scout, and Venturing leaders, as well as council and district leaders.Read More »
Our Cape Fear Council is proud to announce the 2019 National Youth Leadership Training course. We would like for every Troop to make a concerted effort to send at least one youth to this course; which for the first time will held in a two weekend format on January 19-21 (Saturday, Sunday and Monday) and February 1-3 (Friday, Saturday and Sunday) 2019 at Camp Bowers. Learn More & RegisterRead More »
WFA Information Flyer Wilderness First Aid (WFA) is the assessment of and treatment given to an ill or injured person in a remote environment where definitive care of a physician and/or rapid transport is not readily available. In this WFA class, course participants learn how to assess, treat, and, when possible, prevent medical and traumatic emergencies within the scope of their training. CPR certification is also covered in this class. Subjects Covered in Course: • Patient Assessments • Chest Injuries…Read More »
Must be 21 years or older This is a “must have” training for any Boy Scout Troop. Scout leaders with COPE Level II Training can open and operate the Climbing Tower, Tango Tower, COPE Course, & Zipline without the need for a Camp School Certified instructor. That means your troop can use the entire Challenge Valley whenever you want for a huge discount! Sign up early as registration is expected to reach capacity quickly. Cost is FREE, food, gear, instructors,…Read More »
Refund Policy Fees are generally not refundable; however they are transferable to other Scouts in the same unit. Full refunds will only be considered if requested in writing using the Activity Transfer/Refund Request Form a minimum of two weeks prior to the start of Council organized activity (cub camp, merit badge days, jamboree, Philmont, etc.) and are subject to approval by the Council Camping Committee.
Partial refunds may be given for later requests due to emergencies, medical situations or mandatory summer school. Requests for partial refunds must be received in writing by the Director of Support Services no later than 10 days after the conclusion of activity and will be reviewed by the Council Camping Committee. Notify the Director of Support Services immediately if a Scout may not attend activity due to illness, injury or a personal issue. All refunds will be issued via check.
All requests for refunds must be submitted in writing and mailed to the Council Service Center attention Director of Support Services or emailed to Matthew.email@example.com Attention: Activity Transfer/Refund Request. Please include how the check should be made out, who it is to be mailed to, and all pertinent information in relation to the reason for the refund.