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1 2017 Leader s Guidebook

2 Table of Contents I. Introduction What is Cub World - 3 Cub World Leadership - 4 II. Program Program Highlights - 5 Pack Camp - 8 AOL Adventure Camp - 12 Adult Experience at Camp - 13 III. Housing, Facilities, and Food Service Housing & Facilities - 14 Food Service - 14 IV. Registration Registration & Fees - 15 V. Preparation & Check In Pre-Planning - 16 What to Bring - 17 Custom T-Shirt - 18 Transportation - 18 VI. Policies, Maps & More Definitions, Abbreviations & Website - 19 Rules & Regulations - 20 General Health Information - 21 Trading Post - 21 Directions to Camp - 22 Map of Camp - 23 Help Improve Camp Things You Need To Know - 25 Forms

3 What is cub World? Welcome to Cub World Cub World 2017 Olympic Games Cub World is a Cub Scout Resident Camp that serves the Chippewa Valley Council in northern Wisconsin. Cub World is part of L.E. Phillips Scout Reservation s beautiful forest and lake landscape. Many have entered the gates of Cub World to experience the adventure of a summer! Swimming, boating and fishing at Bass Lake! Themed crafts and nature exploration programs take you all over Cub World. Shoot B.B. guns, compete in rock throwing, and shoot at our archery targets at the Cub World Shooting Sports range! Learn new outdoor skills and transition from Arrow of Light Scout to a Boy Scout at our Outdoor Skills and Brown Sea Island program! Experience evenings of games and teamwork activities with campfires and camp shows to follow! Cub World is an experience of a summer! Come join us and let the adventure begin! Let s take a peek at the different camping experiences at Cub World in 2017: Cub World 2017 THEME: Cub World 2017 Olympic Games Cub World Highlights: Rock Throwing Boating Nature Exploring Themed Crafts Archery Swimming Outdoor Skills Climbing Tower Obstacle Course Evening Games and Camp Shows Songs and Cheers Award Ceremony Fishing Boating What programs does cub World offer? What programs are available to Cub Scouts and their leaders? Cub World offers several programs to meet the needs of all Cub Scouts regardless of age and experience. This manual will highlight the different camps available, and be a resource for leaders to utilize. 3

4 Letter from Camp leadership Hello, It is that time of year to register your Scouts for summer camp. For those of you that have attended camp in the past, you know how fun it can be. If you have not attended camp before, I can assure you that Cub World will be the highlight of your summer. I am pleased to tell you that the staff is already hard at work improving the program and coming up with new activities for you and your Scouts to participate in. Summer camp is a time for Scouts to grow in many areas of their life, and it is also time for them to make new friends and strengthen existing friendships. Our program is designed to engage both leaders and Scouts to help them develop teamwork abilities and self-confidence. Yours in Scouting, Eric Muench LE Phillips Scout Reservation Director Cub World Leadership Eric Muench Reservation Director Eric Muench has spent the past seven summers as the Shooting Sports Director, Program Director and Commissioner at Camp Phillips. This summer, Eric is excited to return to camp, where he will be responsible for all operations at L.E. Phillips Scout Reservation, including Camp Phillips and Cub World. Eric is full time Chippewa Valley Council employee that supports L.E. Phillips Scout Reservation programming year-round. Eric is an Eagle Scout and Vigil honor member of the Order of the Arrow. Eric is a Shooting Sports Instructor for BSA National Camping School, and an NRA Training Counselor. Eric graduated from University of Wisconsin- Eau Claire with a Bachelor s Degree in Management. A.J. Becker Cub World Commissioner This will be A.J.'s fourth year on camp staff and his third year on the Cub World side. A.J. spent his previous years on staff as the OA Coordinator and Cub World Shooting Sports Director. A.J. has also been involved with the Order of the Arrow and has received the Vigil Honor. A.J. is currently attending UW-La Crosse where he is studying business.

5 Aquatics Information Aquatics is one of the favorite activities at Cub World. At Cub World (and in all Cub Scout and Boy Scout activities) we take safety very seriously. To the right is the swim test that you will take upon your arrival at camp. Youth and adults who want to participate in Aquatics programs must take a swim test. Most youth that attend Cub World are at least a beginner, so do not worry if you are not the strongest swimmer. The staff at Cub World will do some swimming instruction. Below is an excerpt from the BSA Aquatics Supervision Manual regarding Swim Test. The paddleboats and rowboats are available to all youth no matter their swimming ability, but they must wear a lifejacket and be accompanied by an adult who has passed the swim test as a Swimmer. What do I need to have when I check in? Being prepared helps the check-in process go a lot more quickly. Here is a check list of everything needed upon check-in. These apply to any overnight resident camp. Medical Forms: For Cub Scouts and all adults staying overnight at camp (these will not be returned so please plan accordingly) 2 copies of your final roster: This helps us stay organized and keep track of who is at our camp! Medications: Each Pack is responsible for securing and distributing medications to their Scouts from the original labeled container. If you need a secure lockbox, Cub World will have some available for you to check out. Swim checks will happen right after check-in, so have your swimming gear ready! Scouts and Adults can take the swim test. 5

6 Cub World Program Highlights Climbing Tower: Scaling the 16-foot climbing tower is a must for all participants at camp. All safety equipment is provided for this challenging program. This helps youth develop confidence in themselves and others. Fitness Course: Want to test your agility and strength? Our obstacle course has more than 10 obstacles to challenge the most active Cub Scout! Outdoor Skills: During Outdoor Skills, youth will start learning the skills required to be a Boy Scout. The hands-on experience of knot tying, making a fire, cooking, and camp skills is perfect for you and your son to do together. Youth will also get to look around a handmade log cabin. 6

7 Cub World Program Highlights Waterfront: Swimming in Bass Lake is one of the most popular activities at camp. There are three swimming ability classifications for Cub Scouts and adults: Non-swimmer: Cannot complete the beginner s swimming test Beginner: Must be able to jump into water over their heads, level off, swim 25 yards, turn, and return to starting point. Swimmer: Must be able to swim 75 yards in a strong manner, 25 yards using the elementary back stroke, and at the end of the 100 yards rest by floating. NOTE: Instructional time will be available for Cub Scouts to learn how to swim or improve their current skills. Boating will be available under the direction of the Aquatics Director. Shooting Sports: Cub Scouts will be able to receive instruction in archery, B.B. Guns, and rock throwing. Handicraft: All Cub Scouts enjoy it. It offers many crafts to challenge the most creative Cub Scout. Nature: The 1450 acres of L.E. Phillips Scout Reservation provide a perfect classroom for young Cub Scouts. The reservation is an ideal environment for deer, bald eagles, loons, porcupine, beaver and much more. If fishing is your game, then be sure to bring your fishing gear. 7

8 Pack Camp (Recommended for Wolves - WEBELOS Scouts) (Rising 2nd Graders - 4th Graders) Welcome to our innovative camping experience! Pack camping is an experience where you and your entire pack come to Cub World and experience all the adventures waiting to happen! With a progressive programming schedule, your Scouts will experience skills and adventures that are age-appropriate. Wolf Cubs through WEBELOS can experience this unique and fun-filled summer program! COST: Scouts: $ Adults: $ Areas to Experience: Swimming and Boating Airsoft Rifles and Archery Rock Tossing Crafts and Nature Obstacle Course Outdoor Skills Activities Highlights: Campfires Camp Show Songs and Cheers Cub World Staff Camp with Your Pack Map & Compass Brown Sea Island Program (WEBELOS) Other information for Pack camp Cub World offers your WEBELOS and Cub Scouts many opportunities to earn items towards the new Cub Scout Advancement requirements! Every pack and leader will receive a list of requirements that have been filled through our camp activities. These lists will include all pins, adventure loops, and partial requirements met. Scouts, Leaders, and Staff will be immersed in Olympic Games, Activities, and Ceremonies. 8

9 When is pack camp offered? Pack-Camp Schedule Session 1A June Sunday - Tuesday Session 1B June Thursday - Saturday Session 2A June Sunday - Tuesday Session 2C June 30-July 2 Friday - Sunday Session 3B July 6-8 Thursday - Saturday Session 4A July 9-11 Sunday - Tuesday Session 4C July Friday - Sunday Session 5D July Tuesday - Thursday Check-in Times: (A) Sunday - Tuesday Session: Check-in: Sunday, 9-11 am Check-out: Tuesday, 10:15 am Session 5C July Friday - Sunday Session 6B July Thursday - Saturday Session 7A July 30-August 1 Sunday - Tuesday (B) Thursday - Saturday Session: Check-in: Thursday, 9-11 am Check-out: Saturday, 10:15 am (C) Friday - Sunday Sessions Check-in: Friday, 9-11 am Check-out: Sunday, 10:15 am (D) Tuesday - Thursday Sessions Check-in: Tuesday, 9-11 am Check-out: Thursday, 10:15 am Adult Training During your session at Cub World there will be optional adult trainings. This summer the training will include Youth Protection and Den Leader Specific Training. This is just one of the many opportunities available throughout the Council to attend these courses. 9

10 Pack Camp tentative schedule: Day 1 9:00-11:00 am Check-in/swim checks 11:10 am Tour of Camp 11:30 am Leaders Meeting 12:15 pm Lunch 1:00 pm Break into Program Groups Program Areas 1:30-2:50 Swimming Group #1 Fitness Group #2 Outdoor Skills Group #3 Shooting Sports Group #4 Handicraft/Nature Group #5 3:00-5:00 pm Open Time 5:00-6:00 pm Pack Time 6:10 pm Flag/Dinner 7:15 pm Camp Games 7:15 pm Leader Training 8:30 pm Camp Show 10:00 pm Lights Out Day 2 6:45 am Polar Bear Swim 8:00 am Flag/Breakfast Program Areas 9:00-10:20 10:30-11:50 Swimming Group #5 Group #4 Fitness Group #1 Group #5 Outdoor Skills Group #2 Group #1 Shooting Sports Group #3 Group #2 Handicraft/Nature Group #4 Group #3 12:15 pm Lunch 1:30 pm Leader Training Program Areas 1:30-2:50 3:00-4:20 Swimming Group #3 Group #2 Fitness Group #4 Group #3 Outdoor Skills Group #5 Group #4 Shooting Sports Group #1 Group #5 Handicraft/Nature Group #2 Group #1 4:30-5:30 pm Open Time 6:00 pm Brown Sea Island Sendoff 6:10 pm Flag/Dinner 7:30 pm Night Programming (varies by session) 10:00 pm Lights Out Day 3 8:00 am Flag/Breakfast 9:00 am Awards 10:00 am Checkout 10

11 Pack Camp: The Webelos experience The WEBELOS Experience Brown Sea Island Ceremony "Preparing for a Boy Scout Adventure!" During Pack Camp, your WEBELOS will enjoy a different camping experience where they will be molded into Boy Scouts. Our Brown Sea Island campsite offers a sophisticated camping experience for our WEBELOS Scouts. Their skills and knowledge will be tested as they build a fire, make a dinner, build a camp, and participate in patrol activities by a campfire. WEBELOS will be sent off after our Brown Sea Island Ceremony during the second night of their Pack Camp session. They will cook their own camp meal and eat together as a camp family! Brown Sea Island is a re-creation of the very first summer camp created by Baden Powell. Highlights: Patrol activities WEBELOS send-off ceremony Brown Sea Island Overnight Sleeping in a Yurt Campfire games Cooking over a camp fire Cost: The WEBELOS Experience is offered at no additional cost to campers. It is included in the traditional Pack Camp Experience. Brown Sea Island Packing List What should my WEBELOS bring on this overnight experience? Please send your WEBELOS with the following items: Flashlight Warm pajamas Sleeping bag Pillow Bug spray Water bottle Running shoes Change of clothes 11

12 AOL adventure camp (For Boys entering 5th Grade/AOL ) August 6-9, 2017 (only) Plan now to have your Arrow of Light Scout attend this very special camp program designed just for them. COST: AOL Scout $ Adults $ Check-in: From 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. Check-out: By 10:00 a.m. Experience living on L.E. Phillips Scout Reservation at Camp Phillips (Boy Scout Camp) Three days packed with fun and new adventures! Boy Scout areas to experience: Highlights: - Swimming - Fully-lit with surround sound Amphitheater - Boating - Camp Show - Rifle Range - Campsite Cooking - Archery Range - Crossover Award Ceremony - Climbing Tower - Camp-wide Game Night - Outdoor Skills - Campfires - Nature - First Aid *AOL Scouts will stay in their own campsite in tent cabins with mattresses What to Bring? Clothing: Sweat shirt and jacket Jeans and shorts (more than one pair) Hat, cap, raincoat Underwear and socks Swimsuit Tennis shoes/boots (more than one if possible) Sandals Sleepwear Uniform (Class A s) Items and Gear: Sleeping bag and pillow Camera and film (optional) Towel Toiletries Comb Sunscreen Bug spray (non-aerosol) Flashlight and batteries Pocket knife (optional) Fishing gear (optional) Backpack Pencil and notebook Plate, fork, and cup Leaders Suggested items to bring to camp: Matches, Marshmallow roasting sticks, ingredients for S mores, First Aid Kit, rope for clothesline, snacks, and fruit (leave in car). Kitchen items: Tongs, utensils, hot pad, dish soap, can opener, sharp knife. What do I need at check-in? Completed Medical Form: Part A and B Medication 12

13 Cub World: The adult experience Leaders are the foundation of all Scouting programs. Without your involvement there would be no Cub Scouting program. Our Cub Scout program not only provides fun and exciting experiences for youth, but we try to involve the leaders as much as possible. Here are the reasons we want YOU at Cub World. Leaders are role models to our future Boy Scouts. Cub World is a fast-paced, fun-filled environment that promotes good citizenship and opportunities for personal achievement for both adult leaders and for Cubs. Opportunity to spend time with your son or others in your community. Cub World offers multiple opportunities to bond with Scouts, make a difference in their lives, and release your inner child! We celebrate your involvement! Every session, after the Cub Scouts go to bed we gather in the fort for our leader s cracker barrel. It is a time to play games, unwind, tell stories, make friends, and just relax! Opportunities to learn new skills. Many adults are new to Scouting. Cub World provides the skills needed to assist your son s progression through Scouting. Many activities for adults are available including fire-building, knife safety, boating, climbing and rappelling, and archery, as well as other life skills that will benefit both adults and kids. We have good food! Our goal at Cub World is to ensure that we not only feed our scouts correctly, but provide delicious and nutritious food for adults as well. IT S FUN! Cub scouts, leaders, and staff participate in skits, games, and themed activities. If we can find a way to involve the leaders, we do! Leadership Policy National policy requires two-deep leadership by adults registered with the BSA. Therefore, each unit attending Cub World must have a minimum of two BSA registered adults with the group at all times, plus one additional adult for every 4 cubs attending. (8 Scouts = 2 adults; 9-11 Scouts = 3 adults; Scouts = 4 adults). Adults must be at least 21 years of age and can be male or female. They are expected to keep order among the Cub Scouts in the campsite and give direction to their movement from one area to another as the schedule permits. You are to ensure there is adult supervision at all times. It is important that camp know in advance how many male and female adults will be attending with your Pack. Please indicate that on your roster. It is required that all adults in attendance have Youth Protection Training. It s also a good idea for adults in attendance to be trained Cub Scout volunteers. Training is available online at: 13

14 Housing There are many places to camp out at Cub World! As a Pack, or as a family you can decide if you would like to sleep in a bunk house near the fort, experience living in the Wild West in our Western village, or if you want to battle the elements and risk sleeping in a tent near the fort! Campers will sleep on the bunk beds with firm mattresses. All sleeping areas in the fort are enclosed and screened for your comfort. The fort contains male and female showers and toilet facilities. Western Village Experience a Western style village and bunk down in cabins with a Western facade. Each cabin has 4 beds with mattresses to accommodate your pack. Eight buildings are available. You can sleep in the church, store, jail, etc. when you stay there! Tent Camping For those packs looking for a more traditional camping experience, tents are available upon request on a first comefirst served basis. Each tent sleeps 4 people; mattresses are provided for sleeping. These nylon tents, with floors, are set up in a small field next to Fort Rice. Facilities NEW from 2014! Cub World has new shower facilities located near the Handicraft Building. This allows us to better accommodate the number of Scouts and adult leaders that can shower each night. Having extra showers and restrooms also offers convenience for guests that are staying in our Western Village. Fort Rice also contains male and female restrooms and showers, a fully refurbished kitchen, a dining hall for our buffet style meals, and a NEW mini-trading post to offer convenience for those last-minute purchases! Cub Scouts and adults will sleep in the comfort of Fort Rice or Western Village (cabins) or if desired, tents. Campers sleep on bunk beds with firm mattresses. All sleeping areas in the Fort are enclosed and screened for your comfort. The Fort contains male and female showers and toilet facilities. Meals are served in the new Cub World Dining Hall. Food Service Meals at Cub World are cooked on the Boy Scout side of L.E. Phillips Scout Reservation and then transported over to Cub World by our trained kitchen staff. Have a Scout or a leader with special dietary needs? Don t worry! Cub World accommodates for all types of eaters. When we are informed at check-in of dietary needs and allergies, we adjust our menu as necessary. 14

15 Registration Timeline 1. Camp registration is taken on a first-come, first-served basis and is limited to 100 participants each session, including adults. All forms for registration are available at under Camping. Camp Forms are available upon request at the Scout Service Center. Please submit a $100 deposit now to reserve your Pack s session and housing location. 2. Reservations should be turned in by a Pack or Den representative. 3. Reserve a session by paying a $35.00, non-refundable deposit per Cub Scout and adult. The deposit is due no later than April 1st in the Scout Service Center. The final payment is due by May 1st. 4. Sleeping accommodations at Cub World may be determined based upon receipt of the Pack's full fees. Normally we will assign sleeping quarters in the Towers first, Western Village next, with the Dormitory last. You may indicate a preference, but that is not guaranteed. Registration Timeline: Now - June 1: Reserve session and housing location by submitting a $100 deposit per Pack. February 15 - April 1: Register campers with a $35 nonrefundable deposit. May 1st : Final Payment due by May 15th. *Any due date that falls on a Saturday or a Sunday moves to the closest, preceding work day. 5. Each unit must have two registered leaders plus one additional adult for every 4 Scouts. The final roster must include the number of male and female leaders in order to assign sleeping accommodations. 6. All Cub Scouts and adults must have the Annual BSA Health and Medical Record (Parts A & B), turned in during check-in at Fort Rice. Forms are available at the Scout Service Center or on the website at Financial Aid Financial help is available for Scouts who would not otherwise be able to attend camp. Applications need to be approved by the unit leader and submitted to the Scout Service Center as soon as possible, no later than May 1. Financial Assistance applications are available from the Scout Service Center or online ( under Camping, Camp Forms. Scouts receiving camperships are not eligible for the Gold Card discount. Fees & Discounts Pack Camp: (Wolves - WEBELOS) Fee: Scout: $130 Adult: $100 Adventure Camp: (AOL ) Fee: Scout: $150 Adult: $105 Gold Card Program Chippewa Valley Council Units Only The Gold Card discount which can be earned by your Pack allows a 10% discount on camp fees at Pack Camp and AOL Adventure Camp as well as Family Camp. Gold Card discounts do not apply at the camp Trading Post. Remember that when computing the fees owed, all discounts must be subtracted before the Gold Card applies. Scouts receiving a Campership to pay part of their camp fees are not eligible for the Gold Card discount. Gold Card is NOT valid for camp fees after June 1. Pack Attendance Discount There will be a $10 discount per adult for every Pack bringing at least ten youth to a session. There will be a $15 discount per adult for every Pack bringing at least fifteen youth to a session. There will be a $20 discount per adult for every Pack bringing at least twenty youth to a session. 15

16 Pre Planning Keeps everyone on track! February Tentative Leader s Schedule Read the Leader s Guide!!! Have visitors from your District Camp Presentation Team share information about the adventure of Cub World. Contact the Service Center at to schedule a presentation. Have your parents choose dates to attend camp. Submit your $100 Deposit to reserve your Pack s spot using the forms available at March Complete Campership forms (Financial Assistance) if needed, and submit as soon as possible to the Scout Service Center. Collect deposit payments due by April 1 ($35.00 per Scout - non-refundable). Visit or call parents with Cub Scouts not registered for camp. Distribute Annual BSA Health and Medical Record, Parts A & B (health forms) and set a date that they are due (at least a month before Camp) April 1 May 1 Deposit payment of $35.00 per Cub Scout is due at Scout Service Center. Please submit one check from your unit to cover the total deposit. Only submit deposits for those Scouts that you KNOW are going to be attending camp - these deposits are nonrefundable. You can always add a Scout later. Final camp payment is due at Scout Service Center. Please submit one check from your unit to cover the total payment. Chippewa Valley Council Units Only remember that when computing the fees owed, all discounts must be subtracted before the Gold Card applies. Gold Card is NOT valid for camp fees after June 1. Final roster, including the names and gender of all adults who are attending, must be submitted with the final payment. Please include the grade the Scout will be attending in the Fall of 2017). Collect health forms, Part A and B, from ALL Cub Scouts and adults. Make sure they are dated and signed properly. Submit a COPY (not originals) of each health form for each Cub Scout and adult attending camp to the Scout Service Center when making final payment. No one is allowed to stay at Camp without a completed health form. Health forms not submitted to the Scout Service Center must be brought to Cub World with your Pack. A month before attending Cub World: Send out final camp notice to parents. Have your Pack discuss what to take to camp. The day you arrive at Cub World: Bring ALL original health forms to camp and any copies that you have not sent in. You will be keeping your originals. Please have them in a binder or envelope. We will need copies of those health forms not submitted to the Scout Service Center. Copies WILL NOT be returned to you. Bring two copies of your final roster. Collect and label all medications in original container and either bring a secure box to maintain them in your cabin or you will be able to check one out from the medical officer. 16

17 What to Bring to Camp When camping overnight it is important to have everything you could possibly need. Part of being a Boy Scout is to Be Prepared. Here is a list of supplies that will come in handy at camp. Clothing: Sweat shirt and jacket Jeans and shorts (more than one pair) Hat, cap, raincoat Underwear and socks Swimsuit Tennis shoes/boots (more than one if possible) Sandals Sleep wear Uniform (class A s) Items and Gear Sleeping bag and pillow Towel Toiletries Comb Sun screen Bug spray (non-aerosol) Flashlight and batteries Fishing gear (optional) Backpack (optional) Many Packs hold a parent s information meeting to promote Cub World and get the Cub Scouts excited about attending camp. This meeting should be held in February or March. It can take place at a Pack meeting or any other convenient time that allows as many parents as possible to be present. All parents need to hear and become aware of the outstanding camp program available to their son(s). Cub Scouts and WEBELOS who attend camp stay in Scouting and benefit the most from the Cub Scout program. Information to be shared at this meeting includes: Where Cub World is located The dates the Pack is going to camp The cost and payment deadlines What health forms are needed Program highlights What activities to prepare for What to bring How to send mail and how to reach someone in an emergency Leave time for questions! Members of the CVC Camping Committee are available to make a camp presentation. Contact your District leadership team or the Council Office to schedule a presentation at

18 Custom T-Shirts You will soon be able to pre-order custom t-shirts online for everyone in your unit to wear at camp. Shirt cost will be posted at a later date and can be customized with your unit number or other text. T-shirt orders will be ordered and paid through the Council Service Center. Imagine your entire Pack wearing a Cub World t-shirt. Now imagine the t-shirt customized with a Pack number! Group t-shirts help the boys look sharp and build group spirit. Even better, you can order as few as six garments with one unit number. The t-shirts will be available when you arrive at camp. Order forms are available on the council website at Transportation to Cub world If transportation is a barrier for your pack to attend Cub World, the Chippewa Valley Council will work with you individually to coordinate some mass transportation, whether it be bussing or renting vans. It would be best if your Pack had at least 25 participants, youth and adults. We do not want distance or coordinating transportation to be a barrier for your families to attend. For more information contact Matt Dienger at 18

19 Definitions and Abbreviations Definitions and Abbreviations BSA Boy Scouts of America CVC Chippewa Valley Council PSR L.E. Phillips Scout Reservation acres of scenic wilderness in northwestern Wisconsin that is the location of Cub World (for Cub Scouts and WEBELOS), Camp Phillips (for Boy Scouts, Venture Crews, and Explorer Scouts) PFD s Personal Flotation Devices or life jackets TP Trading Post Camp Office - in the Dining Hall Camp Phillips - Camp for Boy Scouts on the L.E. Phillips Scout Reservation Fort Rice - The Fort at Cub World, on the L.E. Phillips Scout Reservation, used for resident camping for Cub Scouts Need some Information? Visit our Website Useful information and a variety of forms you may need can be found on the Chippewa Valley Council (CVC) Website. Our web address is: Camp Phillips Facebook Page: Forms: Annual BSA Health and Medical Record (Parts A&B) Allergy Information Sheet Family Camp Payment Form Pack Camp Session Pack Camp Deposit Form AOL Adventure Roster AOL Adventure Deposit Form AOL Adventure Final Payment Form Pack Camp Final Payment Pack Camp Roster Camp Refund Form All of these forms are available to download from our website or you may request a copy be mailed or faxed to you by contacting the Scout Service Center at or

20 Requirements, rules, regulations Den Chiefs Den Chiefs are welcome at Cub World. They are considered boys and DO NOT count as leaders. They pay the same fee as Cub Scouts and/or AOL Scouts. Refund Policy All requests for refunds must be on the proper refund application form and submitted to the Council Office. The form can be obtained at camp, from the Scout Service Center, or online ( see Camping, Camp Forms). Do not submit the form at camp. Refund application must be filled out completely or it will not be considered. Deposits are not refundable, nor can they be carried over to the next year. Refund requests submitted after September 1st will not be considered. No refund will be given for late arrival or early departure from camp. Any refund granted will not have the $35.00 deposit included. All refund requests will be considered on a case by case basis by the CVC Camping Committee. Understandings and Policies Rules are made for the safety of campers, protection of the environment, and to provide fairness to all. 1. All cars are to be parked in the camp parking lot. 2. Everyone arriving at camp must register at the Cub World Dining Hall and must sign out when leaving camp. 3. Shoes must be worn at all times while in camp. Aqua socks may be worn during waterfront activities only. 4. No firearms, illegal drugs, or alcoholic beverages are allowed in camp. Anyone in violation of this policy will be dismissed from camp. 5. No pets. This does not apply to animals that assist disabled individuals. 6. No bicycles are allowed at Cub World. 7. All properties and facilities of the Boy Scouts of America are NON-SMOKING. This is a national policy. Dietary Needs Cub Scouts and adults who have dietary restrictions due to health/medical reasons should notify the Director of L.E. Phillips Scout Reservation in writing, at least 14 days prior to attending camp. Our food service staff will do their best to provide for special dietary requirements. The address is: Camp Director, L.E. Phillips Scout Reservation, 2900C 16th Street, Rice Lake, WI Health Forms A fully-trained health officer is on-site for the duration of the summer camp experience to handle basic first aid duties. Cub Scouts, WEBELOS, AOL Scouts and adults need an updated health form completed and signed. (NOTE: There is NOT a Physician's exam required). Use Annual Health Form (Parts A and B). These are available on the website at or upon request from the Scout Service Center. 20

21 General HEALTH Information HEALTH HISTORY: Health history is of utmost importance to the safety and proper care of Cub Scouts and adult leaders. The completed, appropriate health form for each individual must be presented at check-in time. To speed up check-in, you may send copies of all health forms to the Scout Service Center two weeks prior to your arrival. This will give the medical officer time to review the forms for any discrepancies. If a problem is found, you will be notified. NOTE: All Health forms require that the parent sign the form. If your Scout has allergies, please fill out the Allergy Fact Sheet so we may have more detailed information about your child and are able to take care of their specific needs. This is available on the Council website. **Without a properly completed health form, you will not be allowed to stay at camp. Adults must make sure the appropriate form is filled out completely. All unusual or special needs should be noted on the health form. The Health Lodge at L.E. Phillips Scout Reservation has a qualified Health Officer on-call 24 hours a day. Minor scrapes and cuts are handled by the Health Officer. If the injury is serious, the camper will be taken to the local hospital in Rice Lake. An adult from the unit should accompany the Cub Scout going to the hospital. The second adult and a staff member will stay with the Pack. All medication is to be maintained in original containers in a secured location by the leaders of each Pack (Lockboxes available to check out). If medication needs to be in a temperature controlled environment please mention that upon check-in and work with the Cub World Commissioner. Trading post To ensure that Cub Scouts do not lose their money, we recommend that one of the leaders bring a lockbox to camp. Each Cub Scout in your unit should write his name and the amount of money on an envelope, put his money inside, and deposit it in the lockbox. The Cub Scouts can go to the Trading Post during their open time. The leader can bring the lockbox with them to the Trading Post or can hand out money before they go. When the Cub Scout takes his money out of the envelope, he writes how much he took and initials it. If he has money left after visiting the Trading Post, he can put it back in his envelope. This may be a little more work, but it will greatly reduce the amount of money lost by your Cub Scouts. Cub World will offer a Mini-Trading Post on location for those last-minute buys! This will offer convenience, accessibility, and elevate some stress for those who forgot some of the essentials! T-shirts, Cub Scout-related items, handicraft projects, candy, and soda are available for purchase at the Trading Post. 21

22 How do I get to Cub World? Directions to L.E. Phillips Scout Reservation L.E. Phillips Scout Reservation is located Northwest of Rice Lake, Wisconsin. To get to camp take Hwy 53 to Haugen and take Exit 150. At the bottom of the exit ramp turn West onto County Road V. Follow County Road V through Haugen to Plecity Avenue. Turn Right on Plecity Avenue and go to the next stop sign at County Road V V. Turn left at the stop sign on to County Road V V. Continue on County Road V V for 3 miles. From Hwy VV, Turn Left into Cub World End of Hwy VV, turn Left into Camp Phillips End of Hwy VV, turn Right to Winter Camp 22

23 Map of L.E. Phillips Scout Reservation 23

24 Help improve L.E. Phillips Scout Reservation OA Fellowship Weekends: Each year, the Otyokwa Lodge hosts both a Spring and Fall Fellowship weekend at L.E. Phillips Scout Reservation. Along with great food, exciting ceremonies, and time to bond with fellow Scouts, OA members have the opportunity to help keep Camp Phillips running smoothly through service projects. Last year the Otyokwa Lodge contributed 3,000 service hours to Camp during these two weekends! These events are open to any and all OA members from any Lodge, just visit for more information. Phillips Rangers: Are you an adult leader looking to gain a sense of pride and ownership in L.E. Phillips Scout Reservation? Do you enjoy participating in construction, maintenance, and other service projects? Than become a Phillips Ranger! Volunteers like you have helped Camp Phillips to stay on the cutting edge since opening its doors in Ranger Mike hosts two Ranger Weekends each year where ADULT volunteers take on larger projects to improve and maintain camp. Recent projects have included the Rifle Range expansion, the new fence and boat racks at the Marina, and the Med Lodge building remodel. Specifically we are looking for tradesmen (masonry, electricians, plumbers, carpenters, etc.) but are glad to have all the help we can get. Visit to sign up! Campsite Improvements: Units are welcome to make improvements to their temporary home during their stay at L.E. Phillips Scout Reservation. Many of the fire pit benches, flagpoles, garbage can holders, and other amenities in campsites are the work of Scouts like yours! Feel free to bring tools and materials to camp, and make sure to run your ideas by the Camp Commissioner before starting improvement projects. Equipment/Program Needs List The best camp needs the best equipment! However, some of these items really add up in our budget. If you would like learn how you can help out, please see the needs and wishes list found at 24

25 Ten things you need to know about Camp 1) Attending Cub Scout summer camp is an integral part of the Cub Scout experience. It s just as important as attending Den meetings, earning badges, or racing in the Pinewood Derby. 2) Parents of boys who attend Cub Scout Camp are more likely to get involved in your Cub Scout Pack as active adult volunteers. 3) Adults can rotate in and out during the session as long as your Pack always has a minimum of two (one adult attends Friday - Saturday and another attends Saturday - Sunday). 4) Cub Scout Summer Camp is a comfortable outdoor experience. Join us for balanced, nutritious meals prepared by our kitchen staff; recharge while sleeping in a cabin or bunkhouse; and clean up after the day s activities in the indoor bathrooms with showers. 5) Financial assistance (camperships) is available for Chippewa Valley Council families with a financial need. 6) Boys who attend summer camp are more likely to stick with Cub Scouting, resulting in more boys learning the great values of the Scouting program. 7) All program areas are operated by our trained, knowledgeable, and passionate camp staff. Your role as an adult is to have fun with your Scouts and help them move throughout the day s schedule. 8) Scouts learn new skills at Cub Scout Camp, giving them confidence in their abilities to face challenges as they begin and move through the new school year. 9) Scouts make new friends at Cub Scout Camp with boys in their own Pack, and with other Cub Scouts from the area. 10) Adults attending Cub Scout Camp report that they have just as much fun as the boys do! 25

26 Forms For Cub World All Cub World forms available at Cub World Session Reservation Form Cub World Deposit Payment Form Cub World Final Payment Form Cub World Roster Annual Health Form (part A and B) If you are viewing this digitally, you can click the links above to view the forms. Forms for AOL Adventure Camp All Arrow of Light Adventure Camp forms available at Deposit Payment Form Final Payment Form Arrow of Light Adventure Camp Roster Annual Health Form (part A and B) If you are viewing this digitally, you can click the links above to view the forms. 26

27 Chippewa Valley Council, BSA 710 S. Hastings Way Eau Claire, WI (Fax) L. E. Phillips Scout Reservation Cub World 2900C 16th Street Rice Lake, WI (Summer Only) (Fax Summer Only) L. E. Phillips Scout Reservation America s Premier Camp Since 1952 The Chippewa Valley Council Camping and Outdoor Program committee is driven to provide an amazing camping experience for an ever-increasing number of campers. With an attention to detail and vision for success, the Camping Committee provides support that ensures that all programs hosted on the L. E. Phillips Scout Reservation are of the highest quality. We focus on health and safety, programming, food service, maintenance, conservation, staffing, and administration. All of our camps are inspected and accredited on an annual basis. 27

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