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The whole family is invited to Camp McNeill for a weekend filled with fun programs of rank adventures and shooting sports. Register Here Session 1: Oct 7-9 Session 2: Oct 14-16 Session 3: Oct 21-23 The following Adventures will be offered: Lions: Mountain Lion | Build it up, Knock it Down Tigers: Backyard Jungle | Tiger Tag Wolves: Running with the Pack | Code of the Wolf Bears: Paws for Action | Roaring Laughter Webelos/ Arrow of Light: First Responder…Read More »
We are excited to partner again with the Bald Head Island Conservancy to offer a merit badge program where Scouts will take the Environmental Science merit badge as a one day event. With generous donors agreeing to underwrite much of the cost of this program to ensure this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity is available to as many Scouts as possible. The cost of the program is $40.00 which includes ferry tickets and all merit badge program supplies. Scouts will be exploring the…Read More »
2022 Coastal District Fall Camporee October 21st-October 23rd Camp Bowers Price: $10/attendee Coastal District Fall Camporee 2022: Mystery Camporee GuideRead More »
Join us as Duke Energy and GE Hitachi sponsors the Nuclear Science Merit Badge Day for October 22. Scouts will meet at Duke Energy Joint Information Center in Leland (1623 Village Rd NE, Leland, NC 28451) to cover the requirements of the merit badge. The class will run from 9:00am-12:00pm. All Scouts should attend in Class A uniform and bring along note taking materials. Blue cards will be issued in a post event email. There is no cost to the…Read More »
We are proud to announce our partnership with the Cameron Art Museum in Wilmington to offer the Pottery merit badge class. Scouts will meet at The CAM where they will receive docent guided tour of the exhibits and art instruction from a CAM certified professional instructor. All requirements of the merit badge will be covered in class. Scouts should attend in Class A uniform and wear a shirt underneath that they can clay on (aprons may be provided). A merit…Read More »
What is Commissioner College? A College of Commissioner Science or Commissioner College is a full day of training specifically designed for all commissioners, to help them in their unique roles and responsibilities in Scouting. It’s modeled after a traditional college, with requirements that lead you to bachelors, masters, and doctorate “degrees” in commissioner science. Each faculty is selected from among the most capable trainers in the council. A college often includes guest speakers and instructors from around the state. Who should attend? Commissioner…Read More »
The Wood Badge experience will consist of two weekends. During the first weekend, participants will be divided into groups that will operate as a patrol throughout the Wood Badge Course. Dining and sleeping arrangements will be provided for you. The second weekend will involve an outdoor experience for participants where the patrols provide for their own shelter, equipment and meals. Wood Badge Weekend 1: Nov. 4-6 | Wood Badge Weekend 2: Dec. 3-4 Participant’s arrival time will be at 7:00…Read More »
We are excited to partner again with the Bald Head Island Conservancy to offer a merit badge program where Scouts will take the Soil & Water Conservation merit badge as a one day event. With generous donors agreeing to underwrite much of the cost of this program to ensure this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity is available to as many Scouts as possible. The cost of the program is $40.00 which includes ferry tickets and all merit badge program supplies. Scouts will be…Read More »
The Cape Fear Council is excited to offer a Merit Badge College on November 5th. Merit Badge Classes will be offered as a morning session and an afternoon session, each session will be $20. Morning classes will begin at 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM and Afternoon classes will begin at 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM. While most merit badges can be completed during the class time, there are some requirements that will need to be completed either before or after…Read More »
Webelos Woods is the first opportunity for Webelos Scouts to learn what Scouts, BSA is all about. A weekend camping trip that introduces them to camping using the patrol method, in a Scout-led outdoor adventure, supervised by adult leaders, and with parents nearby. This weekend event gives the Webelos a little taste of the independence and self-reliance they learn in Scouts, BSA. Webelos Woods helps to earn their Arrow of Light and will also help them to cross-over to Scouts,…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 Program Director no later than 10 days after the conclusion of activity and will be reviewed by the Council Camping Committee. Notify the Program Director immediately if a Scout may not attend activity due to illness, injury or a personal issue.
All requests for refunds must be submitted in writing and mailed to the Council Service Center attention Program Director or emailed to 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.