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(Fort Bragg, North Carolina)
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COVID 19 precautions

Restarting Scouting Checklist   

Pre event Medical Screening Checklist This checklist was updated 12/2020. 

If the answer is YES to any one of the five questions, the participant must stay home. 

If all answers are NO, proceed to the symptoms list. 

If your or anyone in your household has any one of the following new or worsening signs or symptoms of possible COVID-19, the entire household must stay home. 

If you honestly answer No and neither you or anyone in your household has symptoms, PLEASE enjoy the scouting event and practice the 3 Ws - wear a face covering, wait six feet apart, wash your hands.  

Outdoor group size is limited to 100 outdoors. All troop meetings are outdoors until further notice. 

Attendees will wear mask or face covering indoors if not vaccinated. Masks not required outdoors unless in close proximity of people not part of your household. At check in, all participants will be asked if they reviewed the pre event medical check list and use hand sanitizer. We have temperature  a no touch thermometer available if needed.

Thank you for your cooperation and patience during this time

Occoneechee Council Covid 19 Guidelines

Occoneechee Scout Reservation (camps) Guidelines 

Troop Meetings

Troop Meetings are Mondays 7:00-8:30 pm at
St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church 
1000 Andrews Road, Fayetteville NC 28311

First Monday of the month Patrol Leader's Council 6:00 - 7:00 pm
Second Sunday of the month Troop Committee Meeting 1:30 to 2:30 pm

Sandhills District Roundtable is on the first Thursday of the month 7:00 - 8:30 pm 
online meeting with optional in person location that will rotate between the 
various counties in the Sandhills District

District Roundtables play a significant role in providing continuous supplemental training for unit leaders. This monthly event provides program topic guidance and structure suggestions for unit leaders. A fun environment creates excitement around the coming month of activities and programs for unit leaders to carry back for implementation in their units.

Upcoming Events


ProgramFeatures 2021

Each month Troop 82 plans meetings and a main event using the program features. Click on the program feature title to learn more about each topic. 

 Month  Program Feature  
 January  Cooking  
 February Games  
 March  Living History   
 April  Shotgun Shooting   
 May Wilderness Survival   
 June Orienteering  
   Flag Retirement Ceremony 6 pm June 17 by firepit 
at St Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church
 Summer Camp    Camp Durant Week 2 campsite Maple

Troop 82 uses for event information and RSVP as well as for tracking scouts' advancements and awards. 

Scoutbook is the digital record of scout advancement and a communication tool for the troop. Check out this tutorial to help Parents learn to navigate on Scoutbook. 

Scoutbook for Leaders tutorial

Catholic Scouting Events

2020 Catholic Camporee was cancelled due to covid 19 restrictions. 

Proposed new date Catholic Camporee

March 11-13, 2022 at Camp Bowers, White Oak NC

Open to Cub Scouts, Scouts BSA, Venture Crews, Girl Scouts, American Heritage Girls, and families interested in camping!
Option to camp for the weekend or be a day visitor.

Organized by the Catholic Committee on Scouting for the Diocese of Raleigh

Information and guide on website.

The Catholic Committee on Scouting is happy to announce that we will begin an annual Mass of Thanksgiving for Scouting. This Mass will bring together Catholic Scouts and Scouters from around our diocese to celebrate the Eucharist as a scouting community. Mark your calendars for Scouting Mass for 2021 and 2022:


·    Saturday, October 9, 2021 at 10:00AM at St. Andrew in Apex with Fr. Scott McCue, Diocesan Scout Chaplain, presiding.


·    Saturday, November 5, 2022 at 10:00AM at Holy Name of Jesus Cathedral in Raleigh with Bishop Luis Rafael Zarama presiding.


For more information on Catholic Scouting, including religious emblems for youth and nomination of adults for Catholic Scouting Awards, please visit the Diocesan Scouting Website.