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. Subjects Covered in Course: • Patient Assessments • Chest Injuries • Shock • Head & Spine Inquires • Bone & Joint…Read More »
BSA Training NRA Certifications – Registration Closes February 19 New Dates: March 2 – 4, 2018 New Dates: April 20 – 22, 2018 CERTIFICATIONS OFFERED The certifications offered are: NRA Rifle Instructor, NRA Shotgun Instructor, and NRA Range Safety Officer and Basic Instructor Training. These are the certifications required by the Guide to Safe Scouting to operate a Rifle or Shotgun range for Scouts and Venturers. This training experience will consist of two weekends of instruction. During the first weekend,…Read More »
Join us for the Annual Council Recognition Banquet brought to you by the Klahican Lodge #331, Order of the Arrow. This banquet recognizes all of the Scouts that have earned Scouting’s highest honor, Eagle Scout as well as those distinguished individuals that will be recognized with the Silver Beaver Award for their support and dedication to Council programs. This year we will be honoring the largest Eagle Scout Class in the History of the Cape Fear Council, 114 Scouts, as…Read More »
Description: Law Merit Badge Class w/ Superior Court Judge R. Kent Harrell Class Time: March 26th, 1:00pm – 4:00pm Cost: $35.00 per Participant – Class limited to 20 Scouts on a first come, first served basis. Details: Judge R. Kent Harrell will be hosting Law Meirt badge in his courtroom on the afternoon of March 26th, 2018. Scouts will be required to sit in on a session of court prior to arriving at the class. …Read More »
Fishing is a favorite activity for many people. In this merit badge adventure, Scouts will learn more about surf fishing, local fish, knot tying, conservation efforts, and safety during a classroom workshop. Scouts also go on a saltwater fishing adventure on the beach nearby. All bait, tackle, spinning rods & reels, and licenses included. Limit of 15 participants. Catch & Release only. Merit badge pamphlet, blue card, and workbook provided. Scouts will need to bring a lunch or prepare to…Read More »
Pottery Merit Badge Class Cameron Art Museum, 3201 S 17th St, Wilmington, NC 28412 Open to all Boy Scouts Join us at the Cameron Art Museum as they lead us in a Pottery Merit Badge Class. Scouts will have an opportunity to try their hand a throwing clay on a pottery wheel and making a variety of pots to take home. We are excited to partner with the CAM and look forward to a great class with subject matter experts. …Read More »
Sculpture Merit Badge Class Cameron Art Museum, 3201 S 17th St, Wilmington, NC 28412 Open to all Boy Scouts Join us at the Cameron Art Museum as they lead us in a Sculpture Merit Badge Class. Scouts will have an opportunity to try their hand in sculpting clay, wood, stone, and making molds. We are excited to partner with the CAM and look forward to a great class with subject matter experts. As part of the registration fee Scouts will…Read More »
Genealogy Merit Badge Class New Hanover County Main Library & Law Library 201 Chestnut Street • Wilmington, NC 28401 Open to all Boy Scouts Pre-Requisites: 2b, 3. Requirement 9 will need to be done at a Troop meeting after class. Join us at the New Hanover County Public Library as they lead us in a Genealogy Merit Badge Class. Scouts will have an opportunity for them to work on their family tree, start on their timeline, as well as view research…Read More »
Cameron Art Museum 3201 South 17th Street, Wilmington We are proud to announce a new partnership with the Cameron Art Museum in Wilmington to offer Art Merit Badge. 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. Scouts will take home several pieces of self-created art in a variety of mediums. All requirements of the merit badge will be covered in class. Scouts should…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.firstname.lastname@example.org 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.