Central Georgia Council Webeloree September 15 th -17 th, 2017

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1 , Central Georgia Council Webeloree September 15 th -17 th, 2017 This is the 6th Annual Webeloree. This is a council wide opportunity for Webelos Scouts only, to come and campout while completing Webelos adventure pin requirements. This year the Webeloree is setup like a mini summer camp, with all Saturday Meals, and Sunday Breakfast provided in the CBH Dining Hall. Scouts will have the opportunity to choose 4 Period offerings and choices can be found in the leaders guide. We are offering Periods which include Webelos Requirements, and some Just for Fun Programs, as well as an Outback Program for those scouts looking to develop some Boy Scout skills.

2 Leaders Guide Disclaimer Understand that this is a working document, and plans are still in progress. Activities/Session offerings may change based on registration numbers/budget and availability of materials and supplies. The Agenda/Schedule may also be modified to make sure that enough time is given to all for the events. This guide is designed to give you an idea of what will be going on at the Webeloree. This will also give you the information that you need to plan and give information to your pack. Registration Please register with Central Georgia Council Office. You may do this over the phone, in person, or via . Please understand that participants are not added to Registration document until paid in full. This event has a maximum capacity, so please register early. Once capacity has been reached, registration will close and a waiting list will be started for those interested. This year we are accepting only the first 150 Webelos. This is due to space available at camp in the dining hall, and program areas. Please send Registration forms to Council no later than September 5 th. Thank you for your help. This allows us to make sure enough materials and supplies can be purchased and prepared. The 2017 Webeloree registration fee is $40. *Fees include camping, programs, a patch, shirt, and ALL Saturday Meals, and Sunday Breakfast. The 2017 Webeloree OUTBACK registration fee is $50. Webeloree Shirts will only be guaranteed to those who are registered by the September 5 th deadline. Participants who register late will be provided with shirts, and session assignments based on availability. Webeloree is a Webelos ONLY event. Cancellations All cancellations made by September 5 th will receive a full refund. Cancellations after 5 p.m. on September 5 th qualify for a refund; the Webeloree is a rain or shine event. do not Before Arriving at Camp *Packs are responsible for ensuring that they have appropriately trained Leaders, and a First Aid Kit. *Youth Protection Training is required for all adults on camp. *Each Pack is responsible for ensuring that boys have current Medical Form and the form is to be kept on site at time of campout. *Meals are provided in the dining hall for Saturday Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner, and Sunday Breakfast. *Campsite Assignments will be made approx. one week before the event, and will be distributed through used at registration. Campsite assignments will also be posted on kiosk at parking lot, during the event. *Check-in is held 7pm - 8pm on Friday Evening. NO units will be allowed in to camp prior to 5pm on Friday evening. * A Leaders meeting will be held at 8pm in the CBH Dining Hall. Arriving at Camp *Campsite assignments will be posted at CBH parking lot, and staff will be available to answer questions at the CBH Dining Hall, upon arrival. *Units will be allowed to drive into camp to unload gear, and supplies. *Units are asked to move ALL vehicles out of camp no later than 10pm on Friday night. NO EXCEPTIONS. *NO VEHICLES IN CAMP ON SATURDAY!!!! *After stowing gear and setting up camp, Pack Leaders may check-in at CBH Dining Hall beginning at 7pm to receive Maps, Agenda, schedules, and other important information.

3 Period s Every Scout will have the choice of 4 classes. We have increased the number of offerings, and have several Just for fun opportunities, and some basic Webelos programs for those who have just joined Scouts. Period choices are limited in class size, and first come first serve. The list of Period offerings is found at the end of this leaders guide. Please check for any special requirements for activities on the Period offerings document. Some activities are scheduled for more than one period. Period may have to be cancelled or moved based on registrations and staffing. Schedule Changes All schedule conflicts/changes will be made during the check-in process at camp on Friday evening. Patches/Advancement Reports Unit leaders will pick up patches and advancement reports following campfire on closing night. Bring your Bike to Camp All campers and Leaders are encouraged to bring their bike to camp. ALL, scouts and adults, must wear a helmet at all times and follow CBH Bike Safety Rules. CBH Bike Rules All riders must wear a helmet at all times. All riders must give right of way to pedestrians. No riding after dark. Please be courteous when parking bike around buildings. Outback Program An Outback Program is offered for Webelos IIs. The Outback is an All Day Program, where the boys will learn basic scout skills, and practice the Patrol Method. Adult leadership is not required for this program. Scouts will meet at the Lakeside Pavilion at the beginning of Period 1, and can be picked up at the end of Period 4. The outback program is limited to the first 32 participants registered for this program. Outback Fee this year is $50 per scout. Outback participants will receive a Webeloree Shirt, Webeloree Patch, Outback Rocker, Program, and all Saturday meals, and Sunday Breakfast. Canoeing BSA Safety Afloat guidelines require any operator or passenger of a canoe to have passed the BSA Swimmer Test. Participants not classified as a swimmer may paddle or ride in a canoe with an adult swimmer skilled in that craft as a buddy. Participants are encouraged to bring their BSA Swimmer Test Report or Buddy Tag to canoeing session. No Swimmer Tests will be administered at Webeloree. BALOO TRAINING This training is offered as an all-day program for adults only. The cost is $10. If adults are planning to camp at Webeloree, and attend BALOO Training, they are asked to register and pay for BOTH! BALOO is taught in the Screened Pavilion on Lakeside. BALOO Training is scheduled from 9am- 3pm. Please be prompt and plan to attend the entire duration. Participants are asked to: * pre-register for this training wit Council Office. *log into my.scouting.org account and complete the BALOO pre-requisites *bring copy of Pre-Req Certificate from my.scouting.org with you. *Park in Lakeside Parking Lot, and walk to Screened Pavilion on Lakeside. * bring a notebook, writing utensil, water bottle, and a current copy of the guide to safe scouting. * to wear Class A, with Class B underneath.

4 FIRST AID/AED/CPR TRAINING This training is offered as an all-day program for adults only. Participants are asked to pre-register for this training. The cost is $25. If adults are planning to camp at Webeloree, and attend FIRST AID/AED/CPR Training, they are asked to register and pay for BOTH! FIRST AID/AED/CPR Participants not attending the Webleloree are asked to park in the CBH Parking lot and walk to CBH HandiCraft Pavilion. (NO cars in camp on Saturday.) Participants in this class will be provided lunch. Training is scheduled from 9am- 3pm. Please be prompt and plan to attend the entire duration. Meals Meals for this event will be provided Summer Camp style in the CBH Dining Hall. Please be on time for all meals, as seconds will be served promptly after serving all campers and staff in line. Dining Hall Procedures A Dining Hall Procedure Briefing will happen at check-in. All units will receive a Table assignment at the time of check-in. Units will be expected to use the Waiters system outlined below. Please be mindful that we ask for no hats in the dining hall. This includes: Before Meal Duties: Place Pitcher of drink on all tables, located on drink cart. Place Condiments on tables. Set Table as desired (cups, silver, paper towels) Each Unit will be responsible for clearing their tables, which includes: *At the end of each meal, YOUR UNIT is responsible for cleaning your table(s) and area, this consists of: - removing all items to trash -pitchers of remaining drinks to drink cart at end of dining hall. -put condiments away as desired -wipe down table -sweep/mop as needed The Dining Hall Master will supervise the work cheerfully. It should take no more than 10 minutes to clean up after each meal. Trading Post The CBH Trading Post will be open with new CBH gear!!! We have added CBH Pocket Knives and Hats to our collection. Please bring some pocket money to spend. As always we will also have snacks, and famous CBH sno-cones available. Uniforms We ask all scouts and leaders to wear their Class A uniforms to the morning and evening Flag Ceremonies, Breakfast, Dinner, and Campfire. All Webeloree participants (registered Youth and Adults) will receive a Webeloree Shirt with their registration costs. Webeloree Shirts will only be guaranteed to those who are registered by the September 5 th deadline. *Footwear: Shoes must be worn at all times at camp. Shoes must not be open at the toe or sides. Sandals are only allowed at the showers, and at waterfront. Croc type shoes are not allowed. * Please be mindful that we ask for no hats in the dining hall. *It is not the role of the staff to be the uniform police, that is the role of the unit leader.

5 Trash Trash can be deposited in the dumpster beside the Dining Hall. Campfire EVERYONE will come together for our campfire, brought to us by YOU, the campers and leaders. So come prepared and bring your talents. We are looking for Songs, Skits, Jokes, Talents, Run-ons, etc. to share at the campfire. Units that wish to perform a skit, song, joke, etc. at the Campfire may try-out/sign-up in the Dining Hall during lunch. Please come prepared, we would like all units to participate! Sunday Service A Scout Is Reverent An Interfaith Service will be available for boys and parents on Sunday morning. Boys are asked to wear their Class A uniforms. An offering will be collected, and sent to the World Friendship Fund. The World Friendship Fund gives the youth members of the Boy Scouts of America an opportunity to help fellow Scouts who are in need of their support. Clean-up Sunday All Packs are responsible for making sure there is no trash and/or debris left in their assigned campsite. Packs will also be assigned a Common Campsite Area to help us Leave No Trace. Common Area Assignment cards will be available for pick up after dinner on Saturday night. This will help Camp Planners leave camp in the same condition that we left it. Thank you for your assistance with this. Check-out on Sunday Cars will be allowed in camp after Scouts Own Service on Sunday. All units are asked to please clear camp by noon. Volunteers/Staff We need staff: To help put on a great event, we need the help of adults like you. We are looking for Boy Scouts, Ventures, and adults to help staff teach classes, and put together a great campfire program. We will have lots of Boy Scout, Venture Crew, Adult, and Girl Scout Volunteers. Without their help, an event such as this would not be possible. Please, when you see these boys, girls, and adults, thank them for their help and service. Also, your help may be needed to help guide boys in some sessions. If you are interested in helping, please contact Laura Mixon at or Packing List *Tent *Sleeping Bag/Bed Roll *Personal items/clothing *rain gear *Flash light *sunscreen *bug Spray *Water Bottle *Camp Chairs *Flint & Steel *Pocket Knife/Whittling Chip *Mess Kit (for Outback) *Class A Uniform (for Flag Ceremonies and Campfire) *Pack Flags *Pocket Money **All Webelos are encouraged to carry their pocket knife, whittling chip, and fire starter to Outback Program, Whittling Chip, and Fire Building. **Outback Program Is an all day program, Scouts who attend this program, will complete many of the Outdoorsman requirements, and we learn the basic patrol method. Adults are asked not to attend this program. Scouts need to bring a mess kit, pocket knife, fire starter, and whittling chip to this program area.

6 WEBELOREE SCHEDULE Friday 5:00 pm Units may begin arriving at camp 6:00 pm Check-in at CBH Dining Hall 8:00 pm Leaders CBH Dining Hall 9:00 pm Staff CBH Dining Hall Saturday 7:45 am Flag Parade Field 8:00 am Breakfast 9:00 10:15 Period 1 10:30-11:45 Period 2 12:00 pm Lunch 2:00-3:15 Period 3 3:30-4:45 Period 4 5:45 Evening Flag 6:00 pm Dinner 6:45 Free Time 8:30 Campfire 10:00 pm Lights Out Sunday 7:45 am Flag 8:00 am Breakfast 8:45 am A Scout is Reverent 10:00 am Leave No Trace/Depart

7 15 slots per class Webeloree Period s The following are activities that are offered during Periods at Webeloree. Each Camper has the choice of 4 activities for Webeloree. Please remember as you select Periods for your boys, that you must provide adult leadership for all boys during all Periods. This camp is for WEBELOS ONLY! Period 1 Period 2 Period 3 Period 4 Tentative Location Castaway x Buckskin Art Explosion x x x Parking Lot Pavilion Cooking Fun x Buckskin Engineer x x Staff Area Pavilion Earth Rocks x x x x Ecology (silver Turtle) Fishing x x Lakeside Pavilion Aware and Care x x x Parade Field Pavilion Into the Wild x x Ecology Into the Woods x x Ecology Adventures in Science x x ScoutCraft First Responder x x x x First Aid Sportsman x Parade Field Build My Hero x x Dining Hall Silver Turtle BB x x x x Range Archery x x x x Range Build It x x Dining Hall Silver Turtle Fire Building x x Arena Canoeing x x Waterfront Whittling Chip x Dining Hall Bobcat Program x Dining Hall Cyber Chip x Dining Hall OUTBACK PROGRAM This is an ALL DAY PROGRAM Ottawa Campsite (Across Lake) * Fire Building, Cooking, Fishing, and Canoeing are great programs, please be aware, that these programs are just for fun and will not come with an advancement report. There are places in the Webelos program where requirements can be signed off on, in these programs. *BB/Archery will work on the Webelos BB/Archery requirements. **Outback Program Is an all day program, Scouts who attend this program, will complete many of the Outdoorsman requirements, and we learn the basic patrol method. Adults are asked not to attend this program. Scouts need to bring a mess kit, pocket knife, fire starter, and whittling chip to this program area. - ****Engineering, Science, Castaway, and Cooking Courses last TWO periods. **** *All Webelos are encouraged to carry their pocket knife, whittling chip, and fire starter to Outback Program, Whittling Chip, and Fire Building.

8 Central Georgia Council Webeloree November 17 th -19 th, 2017 Unit: Unit Point of Contact: Phone Number: Scout Name Shirt Size Period 1 Period 2 Period 3 Period 4 Alternate Roster of Adults Attending Webeloree Shirt Size Any Special dietary needs? Roster of Adults registering for Training: (If attending Webeloree, and taking BALOO, please list name on both rosters.) Name BALOO or CPR Phone Number # of Scouts X $40 # of Adults X $40 #of OUTBACK SCOUTS X $50 # of Adult BALOO Training X $10 # of Adult CPR/AED Training X $25 Total Due Please send Registration forms to Council no later than November 15th. Thank you for your help. This allows us to make sure enough materials and supplies can be purchased and prepared.

9 Webeloree STAFF APPLICATION September 15-17, 2017 When: September 15-17, 2017 Where: Camp Ben Hawkins, Byron Georgia What: We are looking for motivated, dedicated, energetic Scouts, Ventures, and Adults to Staff the upcoming Webelos Only Campout. We need staff members who are available for the entire duration of the campout. Staff are required to report no later than 6 pm on Friday evening, and will be released to leave at noon on Sunday. Requirements for staff: All staff should be at least 14 years old, and have acquired the rank of First Class. Staff should bring both FULL CLASS A and B, uniforms. Staff will be required to submit both medical form, and youth protection certificates to camp director. We will do our best to place staff in the areas they would like to work, but to ensure the success of the event for our participants; staff will be assigned to areas based on need. What to Bring: Staff should bring basic camping equipment, personal clothing and hygiene items. ALL Saturday meals, and Sunday breakfast will be provided in dining hall setting. Unit Number: Name: Shirt Size: Phone # Tell me about your camp staff experience: (Which events have you worked and what did you do?) What leadership roles have you played in your unit? Special Dietary needs? **Please return this form prior to September 5 th, to

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