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Pack 104 Fair Grove, Thomasville, NC

Fairgrove United Methodist Church
138 Fair Grove Church Rd.
Thomasville, NC 27360

When: Tuesday Nights from 7:00pm-8:00pm while Davidson County Schools are are in session. DCS Calendar

Pack 104 is open to all 1st through 5th grade boys regardless of school attended.
Each den usually has 6 to 12 boys of the same grade level. Dens are a great way to make and stay in touch with friends. Boys may join at any grade, whether or not they’ve been scouts before.
• 1st-graders are in Tigers
• 2nd-graders are in Wolves
• 3rd-graders are in Bears
• 4th-and 5th-graders are in Webelos
Our leadership is both mothers and fathers, and even a few grandparents! Single parents are welcome to join the fun
Our affiliations – Fair Grove United Methodist Church, 138 Fair Grove Church Rd., Thomasville, NC. Pack 104 is in the Akela District of the Old North State Council, Boy Scouts of America.

Question: Is there a cost?
Answer: Registration fees and Boy’s Life fees will vary according to when the Unit renews its Charter. Registration fee with the BSA is only $15.00 and$1.00 for insurance per calendar year. You can also have Boy’s Life magazine mailed directly to your son at home every month for only $12.00 per year.

We also do fundraisers throughout the year. Our pack fundraisers are the Mom and Me Birdhouse and the Dad and Me Bakeoff. The main fundraiser Is Popcorn!

Question: When can my son join?
Answer: Any time! We will sign him up year around!!!!



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Old North State Council
Serving Youth of Central Piedmont North Carolina
Rockingham, Caswell, Person, Guilford Alamance, Davie, Davidson, and Randolph Counties
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Office: 336 378-9166 Scout Shop: 336 235-0977

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Youth Protection

The safety of our Scouts is the Number One priority at the Old North State Council. As the CEO, and as a fellow parent of a Boy Scout active in Old North State Council programs, I know what it means to trust the safety of your child to the Scouting program.

With the recent news stories concerning the release of documents referred to as the Ineligible Volunteer Record Files, I know that you may have questions as to what we are currently doing to ensure that Scouting is a safe-haven for our children. Click the link: You can read more about BSA Youth Protection policies.

The BSA has constantly worked to enhance procedures. Our regimen requires of all Leaders:

· All volunteers must complete a rigorous application and screening process before joining Scouting. As part of this requirement, applicants must provide references and submit to review against a national database criminal background check. We also verify that our organization has not received any prior allegations of misconduct on the volunteer's part by checking names against the National BSA's Ineligible Volunteer Files.

· All volunteers are required to complete Youth Protection training and must renew the training every two years. This training is accessible to the general public online at Click to View Link. Please review the training, as it provides important information about detecting and preventing abuse, no matter where it may occur.

· Scouting's two-deep leadership policy requires at least two adults to be present for all Scouting activities. No youth should ever be alone with a Scout leader for any reason.

· Separate facilities for Youth and Adults for sleeping, shower and restrooms at all Scout outings.

· Every Cub Scout and Boy Scout handbook includes a pamphlet to help parents teach their children how to recognize, resist and report abuse. Parents are encouraged to review and discuss this information with your child.

· All Scouting activities are open to parents, and we encourage families to enjoy Scouting together.

· Anyone suspected of inappropriate behavior will be immediately and permanently banned from Scouting. Remember, if you have cause to suspect that any juvenile is abused, it is North Carolina law and BSA policy that you shall report the case to the director of the department of social services in the county where the juvenile resides. A listing of each County Department of Social Services can be found here: If child abuse is reported to Department of Social Services, notify the scout office immediately so we can take proper action. If you ever have any concerns about your child's safety, please contact our Old North State Council, Boy Scouts of America Service Center immediately at (336) 378-9166.

These and additional efforts are designed to ensure a safe environment for children. The Old North State Council staff and our 4,000 volunteer leaders are committed to a culture of safety in which even one instance of abuse is unacceptable.

The release of these files shows one thing: that dangerous people were kept out of the Scouting program, and that children in the Piedmont are safer because these policies exist. There are no secrets when it comes to keeping our children safe. If you have any questions or concerns about what we are doing to protect our children, please contact me at

I am personally and professionally committed, along with every other adult on the Scouting team, to make certain that our approach to protecting our youth continues to evolve with the best practices for protecting each of our Scouts.


Rodney Carpenter

Scout Executive/CEO

Old North State Council, BSA