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Troop 219G

Monday Nights

We own adventure! We own fun!


Backpacking, canoeing, camping, sailing, whitewater rafting, hiking, flying, SCUBA diving, caving, tubing, horseback riding, snow skiing, ziplining, kayaking, cycling, swimming, ice skating...we do these things and more. As a sisterhood. We're a Troop of 42 girls in the Triad region of North Carolina that formed in February 2019, the first month girls were allowed to create Scouts BSA Troops. That's where our Troop number - 219 - comes from.


​We always have room for more girls to join our sisterhood. Come visit us and experience the fun of Scouting. We are home to the first five female Eagle Scouts of the Old North State Council.


Photos and more info can be found here:


Instagram: @troop219g


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Troop 600B

Monday Nights

Troop 600 is a brotherhood of 62 Scouts between the ages of 11 and 17 from 19 schools in the triad region of North Carolina. We are divided into 9 Patrols by grade level. Some Scouts are new to the area and new to Scouting. Everyone is welcome to come have fun! We are a diverse Troop.


Canoeing, backpacking, whitewater rafting, flying, sailing, caving, SCUBA diving, horseback riding, climbing and repelling, tubing, riding ATVs, kayaking, hiking, frisbee golf, swimming, snow skiing, shooting, ziplining. Sounds like fun? It is. We do all these activities and MORE!


We are known as The Troop of Servant Leaders. We host a 5K each spring, maintain 21 flag collection boxes and retire flags collected, lead patriotic events, collect food to stock three outdoor pantries, place flags and wreaths at graves of veterans, and maintain an Adopt-A-Highway segment.


Photos and more info can be found here:


Instagram: @troop600b


Pack 600

Tuesdays, 6:30pm, Sanctuary

Being a Cub Scout means you are a member of a worldwide youth movement that stands for certain values and beliefs. Cub Scouting is more than something to do. It's all about the boy or girl you are and the person you will become. Pack 600 is an honoree of the Journey to Excellence Gold Unit Award.


Come check us out on Tuesday nights at 6:30 p.m. during the school year. Pack 600 is not exclusive. We welcome boys and girls in grades K-5, from families of all backgrounds. Boys and girls can join at any time during the year.


General Contact:

Cubmaster: Kathryn Bunthoff,, (336)655-9781

Committee Chair: James Gunter,

Charter Representative: Heather Hodgin

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