Old North State Council - 2021 OA Spring Fellowship

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2021 OA Spring Fellowship

Event Details

2021 OA Spring Fellowship

Saturday, March 13, 2021

Location: Cherokee Scout Reservation

Check-in begins at 8:00 am.

The program begins at 9:00 am.

Scouts depart camp at 5:30 pm.

Cost: $20 

Scouts will be assigned to groups of 25 for the day's activities. Scouts will remain in these groups/bubbles for the duration of the event. Scouts from the same chapter/district will be assigned to the same bubble. Youth and adult Arrowmen will participate in these activities.

Scouts will rotate among the following program activities:

  1. Low ropes COPE events part 1
  2. Low ropes COPE events part 2
  3. Leadership development training
  4. Native American choker making
  5. Native American dance instruction
  6. Air Soft Shooting

Near the end of the day, we will host a patch auction.

There will also be an opportunity for Arrowmen who have been Ordeal members for at least 6 months to transition to Brotherhood. 

  • Brotherhood questioning will occur prior to the fellowship via Zoom
  • The Brotherhood hike and ceremony will happen at 4:30 pm on Saturday
  • This resource page on the lodge website will help you prepare for the Brotherhood transition.

The cost is $20 per person which includes a HOT lunch, patch, program materials, and COVID-19 mitigation supplies.

Scouts will need to bring Parts A and B of the BSA Annual Health & Medical Record.

Scouts will undergo a COVID-19 screening in the main parking lot before entering camp.

Scouts are required to wear a face-covering when they cannot socially distance.

All of the programs, including lunch, will take place outside or under open-air shelters. 

As such, Scouts should dress for the weather.

Registration closes on Tuesday, March 9 at 11:59 pm.

NOTE for adult Arrowmen: BSA Chain Saw Safety Course

The BSA requires all adults who use a chain saw on Boy Scout property or at a Scouting event to complete the BSA Chain Saw Safety Course. 

Since many adult Arrowmen support camp on workdays with a chain saw, we will offer this course during Spring Fellowship.

The course starts at 9:00 am and will end at 3:00 pm. 

Our camp rangers, Dave Douglas and Steve Allred, will teach the course.

The course is hands-on.

If you are interested in taking the course, please indicate so on the registration form. 

For information contact Program Adviser Shelli Luna at shelliluna@bellsouth.net. 

When & Where
Cherokee Scout Reservation
Saturday 03-13-2021 8:00 AM ET to 5:30 PM ET Past
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