Pirates Voyage in Myrtle Beach, SC, set annual Scout Day for Saturday, May 7, 2016!

Pirates Voyage welcomes all boy scouts and girl scouts to its annual Scout Day event! On May 7, Scouts and their troop leader can visit "The Most Fun Place To Eat" for a special Scout Day rate of $29.28*. Patch also available on site!

See Captain Blackbeard and his quartermaster Calico Jack lead the Crimson and Sapphire crews in an epic battle for lost treasure! Enjoy a four course pirate feast while watching spectacular acrobatic competitions, aerial feats, sea lions, tropical birds, beautiful mermaids and much more!

Scout Day Itinerary
3:30 pm Doors Open
4:00 pm Educational Presentation in Pirates Village
4:30 pm Pirates Village – Fun Interactive Experience plus Pirate Entertainment
6:00 pm Main Arena Show
7:30 pm Show Ends

Book Early Due To Limited Seating! (800) 433-4401
*Per person inclusive of tax and gratuity. For Child & Youth

Price for additional adult scouts and family members $41.22 inclusive
Deposit is due 30 days prior to show date with final payment due 7 days prior to show date.
Scout Uniform Required

See the Scout Day Flyer and get more information at PiratesVoyage.com.

Dolly presents new Coat of Many Colors Girl Scout patch in a special ceremony

Girl Scouts of Tanasi council, along with Dolly's help, recently created the Coat of Many Colors patch. The troop wanted to honor the message of Dolly’s song, "Coat of Many Colors."

In a special ceremony at Dollywood, Dolly made a surprise appearance. She gave out the first 400 Coat of Many Colors patches to a group of area girl scouts.

The Lifetime Girl Scout member sang "Coat of Many Colors" and took pictures with the girls wearing her own Girl Scout uniform. In a Girl Scout video message about the patch Dolly said,

"There's no one in this world quite like you. Earn my patch. Be proud of who you are and be kind to everyone you meet. That's what Girl Scouting's all about."

Dolly joins Girl Scouts and becomes a lifetime member during a ceremony at Dollywood

She raised her right hand and recited the Girl Scout promise with the Girl Scouts of Tanasi Council. In a ceremony held at Dollywood, she received her very own sash and 30 badges. The badges highlight her accomplishments in community service, theater, art, literacy, songwriting, and environmental advocacy among other areas. Becoming a Girl Scout was a dream come true. She said,

“This great honor lets me live out a dream and to be part of an organization that stands for many of the same values I do and Dollywood does.”  

Glenda McCarter-Johnson attended Sevier County High School with Dolly. She is now president of Girl Scouts of Tanasi Council. The two friends were in the 4-H Club together.

Knowing Dolly’s dream of joining the organization and her exemplary life, Glenda knew Dolly would make a great Girl Scout. Glenda said,

“Dolly realizes the importance of a program that helps girls grow into young women of courage and confidence.”



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