Anthony Wayne Area Council Boy Scouts of America

Report
WELCOME LEADERS!!
Camp Director:
Greg Crowe
Camp Program Director:
Bill Richman
Council Program Assistant:
Nila Sink
Director of Camping:
Chuck Walker
Buckskin Program
Tomahawk/Knife Throwing,
American Heritage MB
Indian Lore MB
Scouting Heritage MB
 Citizenship in the World MB
Fire Branding
Black Powder Shooting
Communications MB
 Salesmanship MB
Welding MB
Kayaking MB
Search & Rescue MB
 Top Scout
(Older Boy Program)
Turtle Quest (1st Year Camper Program)
Brother Discount
Catapult Contest
Provisional Camper Program
Family Night & Camp-wide Picnic
Order of the Arrow Call Out
NYLT
 This is Scouting
 Scout Master Specific Training
 Assistant Scout Master Specific Training
 Climb on Safely
 Trek Safely
 Safe Swim Defense
 Safety Afloat
 Leave No Trace
 Trail to Eagle Seminar
 Outdoor leader Skills Training
 CPR Certification
 BSA Life Guard
 Swim &Water Rescue
 Paddle Craft Safety
 Program volunteer opportunities
 Scout Leader Merit Badge
 Service Project Opportunities
 Nap on safely!!
 True 1st year Camper Program .
 Runs half days (Monday – Friday) gives opportunity for
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afternoon merit badges .
Participants practice patrol and troop methods.
Basic 1st aid, totin’ chip, map & compass, knots, hiking,
pioneering, LNT, Firem’n Chit, and Fire building.
Earning Advancement.
All learning objectives are met through interactive
games and challenges.
Thursday evening overnight!
Are your boys tired of doing the same scouting routine?
Were looking for the “Top Scout” in your troop to except the
challenge of becoming the next Top Scout.
Top Scout is a challenging boy led program that will test your
boy’s scouting knowledge in skill base & physical
demanding activities that will separate them second to
none.
Wilderness Survival, High Ropes Corse Activities, Mountain
Biking, Cooking, Canoeing, Team Building, and much
more!
So if your boys have what it takes…Say YES to TOP SCOUT!!
Wednesday is OA Day! – see leaders guide pg 21
Get a fast Pass in the Chow Line
Brotherhood Classes & Ceremony
Call-out ceremony
Rededication Ceremony
 11 am Check in at Camp office with Rosters and
head to your site!
 11 am – 4 pm Campsite Setup and Camp
Orientation
 1pm Orientation Begins
– Health Checks (Health Forms, Dietary Restrictions,
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Medications)
Swim Checks (pre-camp swim checks available)
Shooting Sports Safety Review
Dining Hall/Trading Post Orientation
Tour Program Areas
7 pm Leader Meeting
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In compliance with National BSA Boy Scout Resident Camp Standards, NO person can be allowed
to participate in the camp program or stay on BSA property without a complete health history.
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Everyone attending CCLT (Scouts and adults) must turn in a health history before participating in any
camp activities.
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The Annual Health and Medical Record is valid for 12 months and Parts A, B and C must be
completed for all Scouts and Leaders attending camp.
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UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCE WILL A MEDICAL FORM BE ACCEPTED BY THE CAMP
PERSONNEL WITHOUT THE SIGNATURE OF A LICENSED PRACTITIONER (MD, DO, Nurse
Practitioner or Physicians Assistant).
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“Returning!” … In order to speed up the medication disbursement, units will each be given a
lockable medication box for their campsite. Unit leaders will be able to assist Scouts with their nonperishable medication right in the campsite!
 The purpose of this meeting is to turn in merit badge signups, health forms,
dietary restrictions and talent releases, swim check forms.
 Troops will also be able to ask last minute questions before their unit arrives.
MEETING WILL BE HELD AT THE COUNCIL SERVICE CENTER IN FORT WAYNE.
 SESSION 1-BOY SCOUT CAMP Monday, June 2, 6:30 PM
 SESSION 2-BOY SCOUT CAMP Monday, June 9, 6:30 PM
 SESSION 3-BOY SCOUT CAMP Monday, June 16, 6:30 PM
 SESSION 4-BOY SCOUT CAMP Monday, June 23, 6:30 PM
 SESSION 5-BOY SCOUT CAMP Monday, June 30, 6:30 PM
PROGRAM FEES
– Shotgun $20.00
– COPE $20.00
– Paintball $5.00
– Top Scout $25.00
– Handicraft MB – variable fees
 Early Bird Deposit of $50 per scout by Feb 3rd AND Early
Bird fee of $260 per scout paid by May 5th
 Newly Registered Boy Scouts and Webelos Crossovers $260
if paid in full by May 1st
 Webelos graduates and new scouts may pay in full by may
5th at no penalty
 Boy Scout Leader Fees: Full Time $95. Part Time $20 per
day or $7/meal. Fees due by May 5th
 On-line Registration to come!
 Once Established all units in council
will be notified & those out of council
who are interested.
 Until then forms can be found on-line
at awaccaps.org
All Scouts who have submitted the $50 per Scout deposit by
Feb 3rd will receive a FREE camp hat
Additional hats may be purchased or troop information may
be embroidered onto the hats for an additional fee.
 Few changes for 2013
 Usage of “Blue Card” system – no need
to bring’em – we provide’em!
 Merit Badge Schedules Provided
 Daily MB reports to review progression
 Age-Appropriate Classes using
Visual/Audio/Sensory Aids
 SUMMER CAMP HAS ROOM FOR MERIT
BADGES AND NON MERIT BADGE
PROGRAMS.
 SCOUTS SHOULD COME TO CAMP
PREPARED, SOME BADGES HAVE
PREREQUSITS.
 ENCOURAGE SCOUTS OF ALL THE
OPPORTUNITIES WE CAN PROVIDE
THEM.
*FRIDAY evening…
*Camp will provide a Camp wide Picnic complete with
games and activities for Scouts and Guests
*A count of guests will be needed at your two-week
meeting. Guests will need to purchase meal tickets at
the Camp Office - $7.00 per meal
 Want to come to camp for two weeks?!
 Dates:
 Fee: $285 Individual Provisional Camper
 $25 Discount if paid in full by May 1st
 Troop Leadership Positions Available
Easy Fundraiser for you &
your Troop
$5 per Card
$2.50 to you
$2.50 to pay for the cards
Proven success to get
your boots on the ground
at camp!
 Will open the 2015 campsite registrations on
May 1st of 2014.
 First deposits in the door will hold your
favorite site on your favorite week.
 After that day reservations will be accepted
online or over the phone.
 Take Scouting to the next level and become a Staffer!
 Live at camp this summer with us
 An education second to none
 Chance to earn merit badges
 Gain new life long friendships
 Staff Scholarship Program = $ for College
 Great Resume Builder
 Internships
 14 years of age and higher
 Grab Your Application Today Before You Leave!
 Asking Troops for referrals of their Scouts
 Come and enjoy our 290 seat Dining Hall that will
provide you and your unit with all your culinary needs
 Need to beat the Heat? Come inside anytime and rest
in the A/C
 Food Allergies? No need to worry bringing your own
food. Identify your needs prior to camp – we’ll take it
from there.
 Wi fi for scout leaders to check in the world outside of
camp during their stay.
 CAMP PROVIDES ALL MEALS DURING YOUR
WEEK AT CAMP!
 Workerships can be awarded for up to 50% of early
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bird camp fee
Awarded on “honor system”
Designed to allow those who can’t afford to come to
camp - No proof of income is required
Identify a “good turn” work project
Projects should involve a significant number of hours
and effort on the scout’s part
Workership applications are due April 1
We want everyone to have the opportunity to come to
camp!
 BLUE HERON AWARD
 COMMISSIONER AWARD
 FIREWOOD POLICY
 CAMP WORK DAYS
 BROTHER DISCOUNT – SAVE $25
 MULTIPLE WEEK DISCOUNTS $210
 T-SHIRT ORDER FORMS
 HAT PERSONALIZATIONS
 TROOP PHOTO ORDER
 A Timber Harvest has been conducted at Little Turtle
for property maintenance, safety preservation, healthy
growth & camp income.
 As the Forest settles we would like all participants to
be aware of tree tops and debris on the ground which
can be hazardous around campsites, program areas,
and trails if climbed or played on.
 Help us keep our scouts safe.
NYLT
SEE YOU AT
CAMP!!

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