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Celebrate The 100th Anniversary At The
2010 National
Scout Jamboree
Attention All Scouts:
Now Is The Time To Register!
Be There!
July 23 – August 4, 2010
Celebrate 100 years of Scouting
in the United States.
Participate in the most exciting
event in your Scouting career.
CT Yankee has 11 troops of 36
boys – only 400 spots available
and they are going fast!
How Big Is The
• 43,000 Scouts, adult leaders,
and staff.
• 900 troops.
• 18,000 tents.
• 3,000 acres of land in Virginia.
• 3,600 patrol kitchens.
It’s That Big!
What Can You Do At The
• Any merit badge offered by the
• SCUBA, sailing, crew racing and
more at the aquatics center.
• Shotgun shooting, motocross
biking, rappelling, a high-adventure
course and more at the action
• Interactive OA show during the day
and 2 huge arena shows at night.
What Can You Do At The
• An Army adventure center, a
disability awareness course, a
conservation trail, and many,
many more displays and handson demonstrations.
• Patch trading, patch trading,
and more patch trading.
And that is just some of the things
to do!
How Do You Attend The
• Scouts attend as part of a troop
made up of 36 boys from our
• Troops have preparation
meetings and attend a preJamboree weekend.
• Troops travel together, camp as
a unit, and eat meals together.
What Does The Jamboree
• The cost for each youth is
$1595.00, including a $110
non-refundable deposit.
• A monthly payment plan is
available to spread out the cost.
• Fundraising and other moneysaving options will be available
to help lower the cost.
Can I Attend?
• 12 years of age or finished 6th
grade by July 1, 2010.
• 18th birthday not before
August 3, 2010.
• First class by July, 2010.
• Participate in the pre-Jamboree
• Have approval from your
How Do I Apply?
• A parent must register each
youth Scout online.
• You’ll need your BSA ID number
from your membership card or
For Full Instructions And To Start
Registering Go To:
How Can I Get More
For questions, please email
[email protected] and
someone from the Jamboree
committee will get back to you
as soon as possible.
Remember, You Only Have
One Chance…
• To make new lifelong
Scouting friends.
• To create memories that will
last forever.
• to celebrate one-hundred
years of Scouting in the
United States with all your
Celebrate The 100th Anniversary At The
2010 National
Scout Jamboree
We’ll See You At The Hill!

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