Tuscarora Council

Scouting During COVID-19

As a community, we face this global COVID-19 pandemic together, and each day brings new adjustments to minimize the spread of the virus. 

Although this is a stressful time for everyone, our Scouting families are responsible, supportive and resilient.

We continue to monitor developments regarding COVID-19 both within our Council as well as through the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

In following the recommendations of the CDC, we are ceasing all scheduled Council activities for a period of 6 weeks (currently through Sunday, May 10, 2020) and will postpone them until a later date when it’s safe for us to do so.

Our Council Service Center is currently closed through April 29th.

We are currently working on determining reschedule dates for each event and will notify all of our Scouting Family when we plan to resume operations.

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Now is the perfect time to learn about Scouting at Home!

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.

Our council now serves Duplin, Johnston, Sampson, and Wayne 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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