We Need Your Help
We are inspired by the many ways we have seen Scouters embody the Scout Oath and Law, and we have been incredibly impressed by the way our team has worked together to ensure continuity for our members, supporters and communities.
As we work to welcome new families into Scouting and welcome back families who are balancing more than ever, we hope you will continue to be inspired by all the good that Scouting can do for youth, families and communities.
As a council, we find ourselves in a challenging position as we emerge from this unprecedented situation in serving our Scouting family. We have lost many of our traditional funding sources due to COVID-19 and have been forced to make difficult decisions to eliminate positions and cut costs. The inability to operate our special events, activities, product sale and summer camp are forcing us to face a $250,000 financial shortfall for the year.
We have an ambitious goal to raise an additional $100,000 by December 31st to meet this challenge and we truly appreciate your help in strengthening Scouting through any means you might have.
The selection committee is pleased to announce the hiring of Stuart Goins as the new Scout Executive of the Tuscarora Council effective June 16, 2021.
Stuart began his Scouting career in 2007 as a District Executive at the Evangeline Area Council in Lafayette, LA. From there he went on to become the Senior District Executive, followed by District Director with the Sam Houston Area Council in Houston, TX. Stuart then moved on to serve as the Assistant Scout Executive for the Norwela Council in Shreveport, LA in 2016. HE then became the Director of Field Service in 2019 with the Quivira Council, Boy Scouts of America- , KSwhere he currently serves.
Stuart is a member of the Order of the Arrow, Wood badge (Beaver Patrol) and in his spare time enjoys fishing, reading, and traveling.
Please join us in congratulating Stuart as he joins in partnership with us in the Tuscarora Council to deliver a quality Scouting program to the young people of the communities we serve.
About Tuscarora Council
In 1923, the Goldsboro Rotary Club and a group of citizens in Smithfield and Kinston started what would eventually become the Tuscarora Council of the Boy Scouts of America. During that time, the organization served 474 boys through 24 troops in Duplin, Greene, Wayne, Johnston and Lenoir counties.
The Tuscarora Council proudly serves approximately 7,000 youth and adult volunteers in Duplin, Johnston, Sampson and Wayne Counties of eastern North Carolina. Read about our Council History, check out our upcoming events, or stop by and say hello!
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