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1 Camp Schedule Staff Week: June 1st-June 7th Boy Scout Camp Week 1: June 8th-June 14th Boy Scout Camp Week 2: June 15th-June 21st Camp Binachi 4434 Camp Binachi Road Meridian, MS New 5 Day Merit Badge Schedule and Family Night on Friday!

2 Camp Binachi Camp is owned and operated by the Choctaw Area Council. Please direct all reservations, questions, and requests for information to the Council Service Center: Boy Scouts of America Choctaw Area Council PO Box 3784 Meridian, MS Phone Fax TABLE OF CONTENTS What s Awesome about Binachi 1 Greetings from the Directors 2 Programs and Merit Badges 3 Programs and Advancement 4 Program Information 5 Program Schedule 6 Special Fees and Requirements 7 Order of the Arrow and Leader Activities 8 Evening and Friday Activities 9 Fees, Dates, and Registration 10 Planning Schedule 11 Daily Camp Schedule 12A,B,C Reservation Form 14 Camp Binachi Map 15 Payment Worksheet 16 Staff Application Campership Form 19-20

3 What s Awesome about Binachi? WHAT S AWESOME AT CAMP BINACHI Awesome Program, Facilities, Food and Staff!!! Awesome Merit Badge Line Up Awesome First Year Camper Program Polaris Awesome Camp shirts Awesome Evening Activities (Capture the Flag, Late Night Snack Attack, Ice Cream Gutter Sundae, Disc Golf Tournament, Dodge ball, Staff Hunt) Awesome Leader Activities (Binachi Golf, Scoutmaster Games, Leader Trainings, Shooting Competitions, and Dutch Oven Competitions) Awesome Menu + Awesome Cooks=Happy Campers!!! COME EXPERIENCE THE AWESOMENESS THAT IS CAMP BINACHI!!! Disc Golf Course Canoes Basketball NEW outdoor court Biking Tetherball Row Boats Volleyball Sail Boats Soccer Death March 5K Run/Walk Troop Swim Mile Swim Troop Shoot Open Swimming Time Conservation Projects Open Shooting Time Games NRA Marksmanship Hiking Open Boating Time Fishing Kayaks NRA Marksmanship Premiere Shooting Sports Facility including Skeet, Sporting Clays, 5-Stand, 3D Archery, Archery, Rifle, etc. TRADING POST The Camp Trading Post is well stocked with T-shirts, merit Badges pamphlets, Scouting literature, handicraft supplies, camp mugs, patches, camping gear, games, souvenirs, in addition to snacks, candy, cold drinks, and ice cream. The Trading Post accepts cash, checks, Visa, MasterCard, American Express, or Discover Card. The Camp Trading Post is also willing to set up individual accounts or unit accounts to help your Scouts. Page 1

4 Greetings from the Directors Dear Leaders, Thank you for choosing Camp Binachi as your Summer Camp home for Our trained staff of program counselors, supervised by the experienced Directors, is committed to providing a quality camping experience for you and your Scouts. You can be assured of a strong welcome, a staff committed to meeting your needs, great food, quality program, and lots of ADVENTURE! We are very excited about the new programs AND the old traditions of Camp Binachi. We will have something for everyone; from the 1 st year camper to the veteran Scoutmaster, and everyone in between. Hard to believe? Well don t take my word for it, simply look through this Leader s Guide and see for yourself all the great programs offered. We know that your boys and your leaders will enjoy themselves this year, because we have planned camp with them in mind. We have an excellent 1 st Year Camper Program, over 38 merit badges, awards, Death March hikes, and lots of fun games and activities. You will have opportunities for trainings like BSA Lifeguard and CPR awards, recognition and certifications. We also are offering Adult Leader Trainings throughout the week for your Leaders. PROGRAM MISSION Our program mission at Camp Binachi is to have age appropriate advancement programs for each Scout and to ensure that every Scout has a fun adventure that they will remember for the rest of their lives. Along with top notch programs, Camp Binachi is a top notch facility. We have taken every chance to continue the physical improvements at Camp. A local team is available from the Order of the Arrow for presentations to answer all the questions of your Scouts, Leaders and Parents. Call the Scout Office to schedule them NOW! If you have any questions please contact Ken Kercheval at the Scout Service Center at (601) or by at See you at Camp Binachi in 2014! Ken Kercheval Jacob Follin Stephen Covington Summer Camp Advisor Summer Program Director Council Vice-President of Camping Page 2

5 Programs and Merit Badges at Camp SHOOTING SPORTS **FEATURING OUR Premiere Shooting Sports Facility!! Scouts have access to Sporting Clays, 5-Stand, Skeet, Trap, Genesis Bows, & 3D Archery! The Shooting Sports Program includes: ARCHERY, RIFLE, and SHOTGUN badges. The ranges are staffed and supervised by certified instructors. On each range, a Scout can expect to learn safety and responsibility along with knowledge, history, and techniques about the sports. Throughout the week Scouts and Leaders alike will have opportunities for advancement, recreation, and competitive shooting taking part in Troop and Open Shoots. All three merit badges can be completed at camp, but extra practice time may be required to qualify. AQUATICS The Aquatics Program at Camp Binachi provides knowledge and excitement for all levels of swimmers and boaters. Safety on the water is extremely important to us. All of our Lifeguards are BSA Lifeguard and Red Cross CPR Certified. The Aquatics Staff strives to make every Scout a stronger swimmer by the end of their week at camp. SWIMMING PROGRAM LIFESAVING, SWIMMING, Swimmer Instruction, Open Swim, Troop Swims, Safety Afloat, Safe Swim Defense, Snorkeling, and BSA Lifeguard BOATING PROGRAM CANOEING, SMALL BOAT SAILING, ROWING and Open Boating times HEALTH AND SAFETY Will your Scouts be ready to save a life? Our Health and Safety Staff consists of trained medics who will teach your Scouts how to prevent injuries and save lives. BUSINESS AND TECHNOLOGY The Business and Technology Program provides Scouts with the opportunity to learn and experience skills, which could lead them to a new hobby, or even a trade OUTDOOR SKILLS Are you an outdoorsman? Do you want to learn practical skills that could help you survive in the great outdoors? ECOLOGY CONSERVATION The Camp Binachi Ecology Program will provide a better understanding of our environment and the importance of plant life and wildlife that we share it with. Also, Patrols can sign up to complete a conservation project or other service project with the Ecology Director or Camp Commissioner. SCOUT SKILLS Scout Skills at Camp Binachi will give your Scout an opportunity to learn and practice exciting new skills and crafts that will help them become a better Scout. Page 3

6 Programs and Advancement at Camp ADVANCEMENT AT CAMP Other than Merit Badges we have a program designed to help each Scout successfully advance. For those boys at the beginning of their trail to Eagle we have the Polaris Program. This is a first year camper program. POLARIS PROGRAM Camp Binachi NEWLY REVISED First Year Camper program is designed to give young Scouts a structured schedule. It involves these Scouts with other young Scouts and experienced Staff to help them with rank advancement. This program offers to complete many of the rank requirements for Tenderfoot, Second Class, and First Class ranks. This session lasts all 4 periods and also includes 3 merit badges with it Rifle Shooting, Swimming (or Instructional Swim), and First Aid. Scouts who participate will also be going on an overnight campout together on Thursday afternoon. Campout Needs: Tent Sleeping Bag Blanket Mess Kit Water Bottle Scout Handbook Notebook Pen or Pencil Compass Pocketknife Flashlight Rain jacket as needed Change of clothes Polaris Scouts will depart camp on Thursday afternoon after the Water Carnival. Scouts should bring their bags and equipment to the area designated by the course instructors and meet up to hike out to their campsite. Once there, Scouts will setup camp, perform a flag ceremony, cook their own meal, and work on night rank requirements. See the attached Polaris daily schedule for detailed training for each day. DEATH MARCH MORNING HIKES The Death March is a series of 4 BRISK morning hikes leaving from the flagpole sharply at 6:00am on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday. These 4 unique hikes are approximately miles long and take hours each to complete. Upon completion of 3, hikers are presented with a patch and have the opportunity to purchase a t-shirt from the Trading post. Chapel Services A non-denominational chapel service is held on Sunday and Wednesday Evenings at the Chapel. Scout Troops are encouraged to invite their Priest, Pastor, or Rabbi to visit while the Troop is at camp and help with the chapel services. Page 4

7 MERIT BADGE PROGRAM To have a successful experience earning merit badges at camp, Scouts need to plan carefully. Many merit badges require preparation before or after your week at camp. If you wish to complete a badge at camp be sure to bring a certificate of completion of those requirements to camp, staff are not allowed to sign off on anything not completed at Camp Binachi. It is the responsibility of the Camp Staff to provide and instruct requirements that can be completed at camp. Every effort will be made to inform Scouts on their progress throughout the week. Leaders are encouraged to visit with the camp staff about the status of their Scouts. Camp Binachi operates with a five-day merit badge schedule. After the 4 merit badge sessions, there sessions reserved for field trips, qualifying, and extra merit badges. Troops are asked to submit online the Merit Badge/Activity form by May 16th. Reservations for limited size sessions will be taken on a first come, first serve basis. Any extra openings will be filled at the Leaders Meeting on Sunday evening. Please review the Merit Badge Schedule and important information on the following pages. An X represents when the class is offered and an < X X> represents classes lasting two or more periods. It is recommended that each Scout have both a copy of the Merit Badge book and print out the Merit Badge Worksheets for each badge he is signed up to take. Merit Badge books are available at the Scout Service Center and the worksheets are available at meritbadge.com. SPECIAL FEES AND REQUIREMENTS Program Information Before signing up for programs, see page 7. It contains important information to consider when signing up for a program. Beside each program are comments showing limitations on class size and age restrictions where applicable. Also, anything Scouts must bring, must reserve extra time for, and/or complete before or after camp in order to complete the program is also listed. Pay close attention as some merit badges require fees for participation. Page 5

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9 Merit Badges, Special Fees, and Requirements Page 7

10 Order of the Arrow and Leader Activities ORDER OF THE ARROW AT SUMMER CAMP The purpose of the Order of the Arrow is fourfold: To recognize those Scout campers who best exemplify the Scout Oath and Law in their daily lives To develop and maintain camping traditions and spirit To promote Scout camping To crystallize the Scout habit of helpfulness into a life purpose of leadership in cheerful service to others There are many opportunities for an Arrowman at Summer Camp. Serving on Camp Staff is an obvious one but even as a camper there will be several occasions to be recognized and to provide leadership and service to your fellow campers. All Ordeal members will be asked to attend a study group on Tuesday evening where they will review their knowledge of the Order and will prepare themselves to seal their membership as a Brotherhood Member. All Arrowman should wear their sashes with their uniform on Friday evening starting at Supper. And should plan on helping with the Call Out Ceremony that evening, where we will recognize all newly elected candidates at the Parents Night Campfire. On Tuesday after the evening events the OA Lodge will host an Ice-cream Social for the whole camp. Help will be needed to prepare and to serve. Afterward any Ordeal members who have been in the Order for 10 months or longer and feel they are ready for brotherhood, will have the opportunity to do so. LEADER ACTIVITIES LEADERS MEETINGS We will hold daily Adult Leader Meetings each morning at 10:00 AM to address camp activities and programs. NEW: WIFI for Leaders during the week at Admin Building (not for youth) and Scoutmaster Lounge ACTIVITIES Archery Open Shoot-Archery Range Shotgun Open Shoot-Shotgun Range Rifle Open Shoot-Rifle Range Scoutmaster Games-Administration Building Start Disc Golf-Administration start THE SCOUTMASTER MERIT BADGE ***Times and locations will be announced at Check IN The Scoutmaster Merit Badge Program is designed to encourage adult leaders to participate fully in the Camp Binachi program. The badge is available for all adults attending Camp Binachi Summer Camp. Camp Binachi recognizes each adult leader participating with a recognition patch. You will be given a list of requirements when you arrive at camp. Page 8

11 Evening and Friday Activities EVENING ACTIVITES Sunday Chapel Service will begin at 7:00 PM at the Chapel Report to the flagpole at 8:30 PM for escort to the Opening Campfire Adventure Race 7:00 PM Inter-Troop Campfires 8:00 PM Monday Tuesday Sunset Mountain Bike Ride 7:00 PM At 8:00 PM bring your spoon for the OA sponsored Camp wide Ice Cream Gutter Sundae event. Wednesday Chapel Service, led by the Scouts, will be held following dinner at the Chapel. Sign up for a part in the service with your Program Director at SPL Meeting or before lunch. Dutch Oven Cook Off Contest and Movie Night 7:30 PM O.A. Lodge Meeting 9:30 PM Thursday Sunset Mountain Bike Ride 7:00 PM Pizzas can be preordered in the Trading Post for $8.00 each on Thursday for Late Night Snack Attack and will be delivered by your Staff Guide at 9:45 PM. Orders must be in by 2:00 PM on Thursday. Nature Night Hike 8:00 PM till 9:00 PM Polaris Campout 5:00 PM Friday Families can arrive at camp starting at 4:30 PM for Family Night. Fee $6.00 Supper Time 6:00pm After dinner, gather at the flagpole to be escorted to the Family Night Campfire, led by the Scouts. Sign up for a part in the program with your Program Director at SPL Meetings or before lunch. Enjoy the Root Beer Float Party with your families after the Campfire at the Trading Post. Sign up in the Trading Post throughout the week to compete in the Punt, Pass, Kick Competition, Tetherball Tournament, Ping Pong Tournament, and 5K Run/Walk. Page 9

12 Camp Fees, Dates, and Registration MAKING CAMP RESERVATIONS To reserve your spot at Camp Binachi, fill out the Reservation Form on page 13 and submit deposit of $50 per Scout by March 7, CAMP SCHEDULE Staff Week: June 1st June 7th Week 1: June 8th June 14th Week 2: June 15th June 21st Check-in is Sunday between 1 p.m. and 4 p.m./ Check-out is Saturday by 10 a.m. CAMP FEES Camp Binachi 2014 summer fees are $225 per Scout (some programs require additional costs see page 7 for additional details). There will be an Early Bird discount of $25 for Scouts registered and paid in full by April 25th, You will also receive a collector s Early Bird Camp patch. Looking for an additional week of adventure? A second week of camp is only $175 per Scout. That s a $50 discount!!! LEADER FEES AND TWO DEEP LEADERSHIP Each adult leader pays $50.00 for the week of camp. Adults may receive an Early Bird discount of $10 if registered and paid in full by April 25th, Adults are allowed to swap out, but should pay for each meal that overlaps. All units are required to have two leaders in camp at all times. The unit leader or anyone serving as unit leader must be at least 21 years old and a registered member of the Boy Scouts of America. The second adult may be a registered Scouter at least 18 years old or the parent of a participating unit member. Units not meeting the two deep leadership requirement will be asked to leave camp. There will be no refund of fees if a unit is asked to leave camp because of noncompliance with the national policies of the BSA. REFUND POLICY 1. Written refund requests will be considered only if received in the Scout Service Center ten (10) days prior to the beginning of camp. 2. Written refund requests submitted after the event will be considered only for personal illness or family emergencies. No refund requests will be accepted after ten (10) days following the close of camp. 3. A service charge of twenty-five percent (25%) of the full activity fee will be assessed on all refunds. 4. Refund checks will be issued within 30 days following the close of camp. 5. Fees are non-refundable, but transferable within the same unit to a Scout not currently registered for the event. No transferring of Scouts within two weeks of your arrival date at camp. PROVISIONAL CAMPING Provisional Camping is available at Camp Binachi. Individual youth will be placed in another Troop for the week they are at camp. This option is offered to assist individual youth in coming to camp. It is not intended to relieve a Troop of its responsibility to provide leadership in a long-term camp experience. We urge you to try to bring both Scouts and leaders to camp for the best results. Page 10

13 Planning Schedule Preparing for camp is an easy process, but it does require planning. As a Unit Leader, you are the most important link in this process. The following checklist is designed to guide you and your Troop Committee in pre-camp planning for a great summer at Camp Binachi. Immediate Action Required Meet with the Troop Committee to discuss summer plans and Leadership needs Develop a budget plan to assist Scouts with Camp fees Distribute Staff Application to older Scouts who are interested Begin promoting summer camp to all Scouts (All Troops with 100% attendance at camp will receive special recognition) Schedule a Camp Promotion meeting for all Scouts and 2nd year Webelos. February and March March 7 Complete and return the Troop Reservation form with your deposit of $50/Scout Leaders, Troop Committee, and Patrol Leader Council should review this Guide Begin collecting $75.00 payment from each Scout Hold Parent Orientation and discuss the following: Program, Transportation, Extra leadership, Equipment, Financial needs -Camperships, Family Night at Camp (Wednesday), and Policies and Procedures Distribute Health forms to all youth and adults attending camp March 28 First payment of $75/Scout due to Scout Office April Collect Health forms and make copies to bring to camp April 5th Campership requests due to Scout Office April 25th 2nd payment of $75/Scout due to Scout Office to qualify for Early Bird Discount File a Tour Permit (if needed) Discuss the Program Schedule, Merit Badges offered, special fees-pass out Merit Badge/Activity Form to all Scouts Pass out the Adult Leader Training form to all Leaders attending camp Begin to collect shirt sizes for Preordered camp shirts May May 23rd Final payment of $25 due to the Scout Office for youth and adults who did not meet Early Bird date Scribe and Leader should check to see that all Health forms have been collected and all camp registration fees have been paid (bring copy of forms and receipt to camp) Collect Merit Badge/Activity Forms from all Scouts, review fees, Merit Badge books, and other requirements for the badges selected. Collect the Adult Leader Training form from all Leaders and submit to Scout Office Pay remaining balance of fees to Scout Office Review the Honor Troop Requirements and prepare you Troop May 7th Merit Badge/Activity Forms due to Scout Office (Merit Badge requests will be accepted on a first-come, first-serve basis) May 7th Collect money and turn in Shirt Order form to Scout Office If you are not from the Choctaw Area Council please obtain proof of current medical insurance and Tour Permit from your Council s Service Center Two Weeks Prior to Arriving Plan to send 2 leaders and your SPL to the Steak Dinner Orientation meeting, which will be held at the Council Service Center at 6:30 PM. The dates are May 27th for those attending the first week of camp and June 3rd for those attending the second week. Complete the Roster of Scouts and Scouters in Camp and bring 3 copies to camp Check on final transportation arrangements Review Policies and Procedures with your Scouts and Leaders Collect Family Night commitments and fill out form Review the Daily Schedule with your Scouts and Leaders (make copies for camp) Page 11

14 Daily Camp Schedule 2014 BINACHI SUMMER CAMP DAILY SCHEDULE Page 12 A

15 Daily Camp Schedule 2014 BINACHI SUMMER CAMP DAILY SCHEDULE Page 12 B

16 Daily Camp Schedule 2014 BINACHI SUMMER CAMP DAILY SCHEDULE Page 12 C

17 ONLINE REGISTRATION IS HERE!! Starting February 24, 2014 Summer Camp Registration can be completed online. Go to and follow the Event link to register. 13

18 Troop Information: 2014 SUMMER CAMP RESERVATION FORM Reservation Form Troop # Council District Estimated Attendance: We estimate we will have youth attend camp ($225 per youth, $25 discount and Early Bird patch if paid in full by April 25th, 2014) We estimate we will have male leaders and female leaders at camp ($50 per leader, $10 discount and Early Bird patch if paid in full by April 25th, 2014) $50.00 per Scout Deposit Due by March 7th Total Deposit Submitted Date Submitted Check One: Session One, June 8th-June 14th, 2014 Session Two, June 15th-June 21st, 2014 Campsite Preference: First Choice Second Choice Third Choice Contact Information: Scoutmaster s Name Address Phone Number City State Zip Cell Phone Number Mail to: Choctaw Area Council PO Box 3784 Meridian, MS Address *Campsites will be assigned to accommodate the number of paid youth and adults. *One or more smaller Troops may be assigned together in a campsite. *$50.00 per Scout Deposit due with reservation by March 7th, 2014 *1st payment of $75.00 per Scout due by March 28, 2014 *To receive the Early Bird discount and patch, 2nd payment of $75.00 per Scout and Leader payment due by April 25th, 2014 *Final payment of $25 per scout due by May 23, 2014 for those not meeting Early Bird Discount date. **Please fill out the Camp Payment Worksheet Page 16.** 14

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20 2014 CAMP BINACHI SUMMER CAMP FEES: $225.00/SCOUT (Early Bird Discount $25.00) & $50.00/LEADER (Early Bird discount $10.00) PAYMENT WORKSHEET Name Deposit by March 7 $50 Date Paid 1st Payment by March 28 $75 Date Paid 2nd Payment by April 25 to Meet Early Bird Discount $75 Date Paid Final Payment by May 23 for those not meeting Early bird $25 After April 25 $225 total fee Date Paid Leader's Name 1st Payment by March 28 $20 Date Paid 2nd Payment by April 25 to Meet Early Bird Discount $20 Date Paid Final Payment by May 23 for those not meeting Early bird Date Paid After April 25 $50 total fee Date Paid Page 16

21 Mail to: Choctaw Area Council, Boy Scouts of America Attention: Summer Camp Director PO Box 3784 Meridian, MS CAMP BINACHI Application for Employment, Summer Camp Staff June 1, June 21, 2014 Staff Application NAME First Middle Last MAILING ADDRESS Street/Box City State Zip Code Date of Birth Driver s License # Home Phone Cell Phone Address T-SHIRT SIZE (circle one): SM MED LG XL 2XL 3XL 4XL NOTIFY IN EMERGENCY Name Phone SCOUTING EXPERIENCE: YEARS IN SCOUTING RANK TROOP OR CREW # TROOP POSITION(S) HELD SUMMERS ON CAMP STAFF YEARS WHERE OTHER EXPERIENCE: HOBBIES EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES LEADERSHIP ROLES AT SCHOOL LEADERSHIP ROLES AT HOME Page 17

22 Staff Application CAMP BINACHI STAFF APPLICATION - PAGE TWO REFERENCES: GIVE NAMES AND ADDRESSES OF 3 PERSONS (NOT RELATIVES) WHO HAVE KNOWLEDGE OF YOUR CHARACTER, EXPERIENCE AND ABILITY. NAME ADDRESS TELEPHONE I AM AVAILABLE FOR EMPLOYMENT FROM TO (CAMP OPERATES June 1 TO June 21, 2014) Date Date APPROVALS: Required if Applicant is under age 18. UNIT LEADER UNIT PHONE (Signature) PARENT OR GUARDIAN (Signature) IF SELECTED, THE BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA CAN EXPECT MY LOYALTY TO ITS POLICIES AND MY FULL COOPERATION WITH OTHER MEMBERS OF THE STAFF. I UNDERSTAND THAT APPLICANTS UNDER 18 YEARS OF AGE WILL NEED A WORK PERMIT AS REQUIRED BY MISSISSIPPI STATE LAW. (Applicant's Signature) INDICATE BY NUMBER - FIRST, SECOND, AND THIRD CHOICE - THE POSITIONS YOU WISH TO APPLY FOR: POSITION MIN. AGE POSITION MIN. AGE Camp Director (21) Trading Post Manager (18) Program Director (21) Trading Post Clerk (15) Medic (21) Ecology Director (18) Health and Safety Instructor (15) Ecology Instructor (15) Chaplain (21) Outdoor Skills Director (18) Aquatics Director (21) Outdoor Skills Instructor (15) Aquatics Instructor (16) Polaris Instructor (15) Commissioner (21) Dining Hall Director (18) Shooting Sports Director (21) Dining Hall Staff (15) Shooting Sports Instructor (15) Cook (21) Archery Director (18) Assistant Cook (18) Quartermaster/Assistant Ranger (18) Scout Skills Director (18) Business Manager (18) Scout Skills Instructor (15) Counselor in Training (CIT) (14) THE BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER, WITHOUT REGARD TO RACE, COLOR, NATIONAL ORIGIN, AGE OR HANDICAP. Page 18

23 2014 REQUEST FOR CAMPERSHIP Campership Form Notice: This completed Request for Campership Form must be returned to the Council Camping Committee, Choctaw Area Council, Boy Scouts of America, 4818 North Park Drive, Meridian, MS NO LATER THAN April 25, in order to be considered. Camperships are only for use in Choctaw Area Council Camps. Only one scout per application. It is important that all Scouts have an opportunity to attend Summer Camp. Each Unit Committee has the responsibility to provide opportunities for all boys to earn their way to Summer Camp. When family finances and unit money-earning opportunities cannot provide sufficient funds to cover these fees, the Choctaw Area Council makes Camperships available to help these Scouts attend camp. Unit Committees submits a Campership Request Form to the Council Service Center by the above date. Additional copies of this form can be reproduced or obtained from the Service Center. All information is kept strictly confidential. NOTE: Unit Committees should cooperate in nominating Webelos transitioning to Boy Scout Troops. Funds earned by the boy in the pack should follow that boy to support his first Boy Scout Summer Camp opportunity. The Council Camping Committee reviews the request and may contact the Unit Committee for additional information to help review the form. The Council Camping Committee reviews and allocates available resources on the basis of need at their April meeting. Therefore, any request received after April 25, 2014 will not be considered. Please make sure that the information requested below and on the reverse side is complete and accurate. Please share as much information as possible about your nominee s need for the Campership. All Scouts deserve to attend camp. It is understood that the combined family and unit provisions of funds will amount to at least one-half of the camp fee. Choctaw Area Council Pack # Troop # Scout Name: Age: Rank: Address: City/State/ZIP: # of Years registered with unit: # of years attending camp: Camp Event Dates Amount of Request (Calculation on reverse side must be completed) $ This request is for the current year only. The parent/guardian, the Cubmaster/Scoutmaster, the Pack/Troop Committee Chair and the Charter Representative must sign for this request to be processed. Parent/Guardian Date Cubmaster/Scoutmaster Date Pack/Troop Committee Chairman Date Charter Representative Date Page 19

24 Campership Form REQUEST FOR CAMPERSHIP - PAGE TWO Name Unit # Name of Parent(s) How many in household (family)? Yearly Combined Gross Income: $ Worksheet for Campership Request Total Fee for Camp Amount Scout Family is able to pay Amount Charter Partner to pay Amount provided by Unit Money-Earning Opportunities (i.e.: Popcorn) Total provided by family, unit & Charter Partner (line b + line c + line d) Total Campership request ( line a minus line e ) *not to exceed 50% (a) $ (b) $ (c) $ (d) $ (e) $ (f) $ Please share as much information as possible to indicate need for financial assistance (use additional pages if necessary). CHOCTAW AREA COUNCIL USAGE ONLY Unit Information Check to see if the unit earned or participated in: Quality Unit Family F.O.S. Popcorn Sales Application for Reviewed on (date) Amount of Request: $ Application is: Approved for the amount of $ Not approved because: [ ] Funds made available by the council have been depleted [ ] Application received after the deadline [ ] Other (explain) Signed Council Camping Committee Chair Page 20

25 Choctaw Area Council Boys Scouts of America

26 BINACHI GRACE For the tall pine trees that bring shade to us all For the fun and this fellowship with friends made For this food we are about to receive And this Camp that we love We thank thee O Lord Amen Choctaw Area Council PO Box 3784 Meridian, MS Phone Fax Camp Advisor: Ken Kercheval Program Director: Jacob Follin Mobile #(601)

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