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1 Revised Highland Games Chehaw Council Boy Scouts of America Albany, Georgia

2 DATES: April 13 th April 15 th April 20 th April 22 nd What is Baloo Family Camp-out? Baloo Family Camp-out is a 2 night camp-out held at Camp Osborn for all registered Cub Scouts and their families. This includes Tiger, Wolf, Bear, and Webelo Scouts. This is a family chosen activity schedule camp-out so they can interact with Scouts from a variety of units and families may attend any session they choose with or without their unit. In accordance to BSA Safety & Child Protection rules, only Webelo Scouts may attend with an adult that isn t their parent or legal guardian under the two deep leadership guidelines. What will we do? The activities are geared towards Academic & Sports Awards found in the Cub Scout Academic & Sports Awards Book (2009 printing) for each rank. There will be opportunities to earn belt loops and pins as well as to participate in just plain fun activities. This is an opportunity for Cub Scouts to learn some additional camping skills because this is the camp-out where the units cook their meals and practice basic camping skills in a not-to-primitive location. The newly crossed-over Bears and Webelos should use this opportunity to complete the outdoor cooking requirements in their handbooks. If all of the Scouts in your unit participate in the meal planning and duty roster this helps them complete some requirements found in all of their new handbooks. Campsites Campsites will be assigned based upon the number of people attending with each unit. No campsites will be reserved in advance nor will the campsite locations be given out until check-in. If your unit has special requirements such as a site with some tents provided, handicap attendees, health issues requiring electricity, etc please advise the council of that in writing when you turn in your unit s registration or contact the Camp Director via so that can be taken into consideration when assigning campsites. This camp will operate under the guidelines of Cub Scout Family Camp standards , 2010 printing. 2

3 Registration Due by: April 2 nd for April 13 th 15 th April 9 th for April 20 th April 22 nd All units should pre-register to attend so the staff can schedule properly for your total enjoyment, however if you have some Scouts that don t know if they ll be able to attend until that day, they may come and bring the completed registration form and fees with them to camp. We request that units plan ahead and send the applications to the council before the deadline. Units that let us know they are coming before the deadline yet bring all of their registrations to the camp to turn in will be required to check in as a group and the Cubmaster will remain in the headquarters building until the registrations have been entered into the spreadsheet and verified. This will avoid confusion over the numbers and ensure a smooth running camp. Don t forget to turn in your Tour Permit when you turn in your registrations to the Council. Check-in Check-in will start at 4:00 PM on Friday and continue until 7:30 PM at the Headquarters Building Office. Each Scout will be checked-in by their parent or the person responsible for them, not as a group by a Leader. No unit will be given their campsite location without checking in first. Parking for check-in is in the Parking Lot on the left side of the entrance road where the fence is located. Parking is permitted only in the designated parking lots. (Only staff members are permitted to park at HQ or the Dining Hall during check-in.) Meals Each unit will provide their own meals prepared in their campsite. Please plan on enough food for your unit and add 25% more to what you think you will need. Needing bread or milk is not an acceptable reason to leave camp. Remember to post your Duty Rosters and include the Scouts in the meal planning, preparation, and clean-up. As Lord Baden-Powell said Never do for a boy what he can do for himself. The Trading Post will have lunches available for sale on Saturday with hot dogs and chips for sale along with a host of snacks and other treats. 3

4 THE RULES Each Cubmaster or designated representative is expected to review these rules with all who participate from their unit prior to arrival at Camp and follow Guide to Safe Scouting. In accordance with Chapter IV in the Guide to Safe Scouting: Smoking will only be permitted in areas away from the participants No Alcoholic beverages will be permitted on the camp grounds Parents are responsible for the supervision of their children All children are under the supervision of an adult In accordance with Chapter I in the Guide to Safe Scouting: Two-deep Leadership is required for each unit Unit Leaders are responsible for monitoring the behavior of the Scouts in their unit. (See page 7 for expected standards of behavior.) No youth will stay in a tent with an adult that isn t their parent or guardian Unmarried males and females must have separate sleeping facilities. Married couples may share quarters if appropriate facilities are available. Camp Osborn s Rules 1. NO youth or adults are to ride in the back of pick-up trucks!!!!! 2. Park in designated parking lots only, NOT in the camp sites. 3. NO open toe shoes or flip flops, except to or from the shower. 4. NO walking around camp barefoot. 5. NO running allowed in the camping area. 6. Always use the BUDDY SYSTEM, no exceptions. 7. NO flames in tents, open or otherwise. This includes smoking. 8. Stay on Camp Osborn property, DO NOT venture off. 9. DO NOT leave campfires unattended. Keep campfires small due to the dry conditions. 10. Leave what you find or see on the ground on the ground, DO NOT pick up rocks, pine cones, sticks, etc. and throw or play with. LEAVE THEM ALONE!!! Also, leave all snakes, lizards, etc alone. 11. When you get ready to leave, put trash in a bag, tied up, and place in the dumpster across the road from the Dining Hall. 12. Make sure bathrooms are better than you found them. 13. Before you leave, pick up paper and other trash from camp area. LEAVE NO TRACE! 14. Speed Limit is 5 MPH throughout camp. 15. Remember this is a wooded area. Watch out for snakes and other critters. 16. No driving through the program area from Friday 7:30 PM through Sunday 12:30 PM. All vehicles will be parked in the designated parking areas. 16. ALL VISITORS MUST CHECK-IN AND OUT AT THE HEADQUARTERS BUILDING!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 4

5 SCHEDULE Friday 4:00-7:30 PM Check-in at HQ, activity sign-up, and set-up camp 8:00 PM Opening Ceremony at Firebowl 8:15 PM Firebowl (Don t forget your skit!) & Flag retirement 10:30 PM Lights Out Saturday 7:30-8:45 AM Breakfast at Camp site 8:30 AM Check-in for all day visitors at HQ 8:45 AM Flag Ceremony at Dining Hall flag pole 9:00-12:00 AM Activities 12:00-1:15 PM Lunch & Quiet Time at Camp sites or picnic style* 1:30-5:30 PM Activities 2:00-3:30 PM Little Sister s Tea Party 5:45 PM Return to campsites for dinner 6:00 PM Staff Meeting at Staff Pavilion 6:00-8:30 PM Dinner & Free Time at Camp site 8:30-9:30 PM Firebowl /Webelos Crossover 10:30 PM Lights Out Sunday 7:30-8:30 AM Breakfast at Camp site 8:30-8:45 AM Scout s Own Service at Eagle Chapel 9:00 AM Flag Ceremony at Dining Hall flag pole 9:15-12:00 PM Activities 12:00 PM Closing Ceremony at Dining Hall flag pole 12:30-1:30PM Campsite & camp clean-up 1:30 PM* Camp site inspection & departure LEAVE NO TRACE: *Activity areas will remain available for your use until you are prepared to leave on Sunday. 5

6 Classes that require sign-up*: PLANNED ACTIVITIES Row Boats Archery BB Guns Knots (Weather permitting) (Wolf, Bears & Webelos Only) Events that you can walk-in at scheduled change times: Cub Highland Games** Sports & Academic Belt loops**: Badminton, Bicycling, Fishing, Flag football, Golf, Hiking, Hockey, Kickball, Marbles, Soccer, Ultimate, Volleyball, Art, Astronomy, Chess, Communicating, Geography, Geology, Good Manners, Heritage, Language & Culture, Map & Compass, Mathematics, Music, Video Games, Weather and Wildlife Conservation. Non belt loop sports (yard games, lacrosse, etc). *Because all of these activities should be run by volunteers and all but one of the sign-up classes requires special certifications to run, there may be some activities that aren t available every weekend of Baloo. All the non-signup classes will be set-up for self direction if volunteers do not step up for the events. If you want to verify that the sign-up activities desired are available the weekend you choose to attend, please contact the Camp Director at the contact information below. ** Some belt loops will require parent or guardian involvement to complete. Material to complete the requirements will be provided for completion. Camp Director: Dale Wilson Program Director: Geoffrey Shipley Because this is a Chehaw Council Event, your unit does not have to have a Baloo or Owl trained leader to attend this Council sponsored event, however a Tour Permit is required. There will be First Aid personnel on site at the First Aid Building. Staff will be introduced at Friday s Opening Ceremony. 6

7 Skits, songs and run-ons must be pre-approved by the Firebowl staff prior to the Firebowl on Saturday evening. They can be presented for approval at meal or free time, by ing prior to the camp-out, or between activities. Please keep children off of the brick platform at the Dining Hall Assembly Area. Gates to the lower camp will be closed at 7:30 PM on Friday night and won t reopen until 12:30 PM on Sunday afternoon. No one will drive a personal vehicle through camp during that time for any reason. No motorized vehicles other than the camp mule and golf carts will be permitted without prior approval from the Camp Ranger or the Camp Director. Also, if you have someone who can t arrive prior to 7:30 PM on Friday evening please advise the staff at check-in so the proper preparations can be made. Each Scout and their parent may choose their activity schedule so as to prevent over crowding for Saturday and Sunday in the HQ Large Room. Some activities will have a strict participant limit to maintain safety and participation levels and some activities are limited to specific ranks. Do not add names below the numbered lines on the sign up sheets. All names on the sign-up sheet must be legible so the participants can be verified by the instructors. If the name isn t on the instructor s sheet, the participant will wait until all listed have participated and IF there is time, then they may participate. All adults should keep in mind what Lord Baden-Powell said: Never do for a boy what he can do for himself. Expected standards of behavior are based on the Scout Law: A Scout is trustworthy, loyal, helpful, friendly, courteous, kind, obedient, cheerful, thrifty, brave, clean, and reverent. Event Patches Tiger Wolf Bear Webelos 1 Webelos 2 7

8 Rank Advancement Opportunities Tiger: To be determined by the Tiger Partner based on the camp setting and the Tiger s needs. Possibilities: Achievement 2F, 2D, 3Fb, 5F, 5D, 5G and Electives 4, 5, 6, 13, 15, 18, 19, 21, 22, 29, 32, 33, 35, and 37. Wolf. Achievements: 1a, 1b, 1c, 1d, 1e, 1f, 1g, 1j, 1k, 1l, 2a, 2c, 2d, 2e, 2f, 2g, 9e, and 10c. Electives: 2d, 2e, 4a, 4b, 4d, 4e, 4f, 8a, 8b, 8c, 12a, 12b, 12c, 13c, 13d, 13e, 17a, 17b, 17c, 17d, 17e, 17g, 18a, 18b, 18c, 18d, 18g, 19a, 19c, 19d, 19e, 19f, 20a, 20b, 20c, 20h, 20i, 20j, 20k, 20l, 20n, 20o, 22a, 22b, 23a, 23b, 23c, 23d, 23g, and 23h. Bear. Achievements: 3b, 3e, 3h, 3i, 5a, 5c, 5d, 5e, 7a, 8b, 8d, 9g, 11b, 12a, 12b, 14a, 14b, 14c, 15a, 15b, 18a, 18b, 18e, 19a, 19b, 19c, 19d, 22a, 22b, 22c, 22d, 22e, 23a, 23b, 23c, and 24d. Electives: 1a, 1b, 1f, 2a, 2b, 2c, 2d, 2e, 5e, 9a, 9c, 12d, 13a, 17a, 20a, 23a, 23b, 23c, 23d, 23e, 25a, 25b, 25c, 25d, and 25e Webelos. Activity Badges: Webelos should concentrate on belt loops. Activity badges are featured at the Webeloree in October of each year as well as the December Resident Camp. Den leaders may make their own plans that require a camping environment or the facilities located at Camp Osborn. Contact the director by for special accommodations requests. Webelos will have an opportunity to sign up for classes on knots and proper flag etiquette. Climb Mt. Baldy Climb the Cub Scout climbing tower (Mt. Baldy-the highest peak at Philmont Scout Ranch) and earn your rank patch. Tiger Wolf Bear Webelos 8

9 Pack/Den Awards Unit ribbons will be presented to either the pack or den based on a point system. Distinguished Valorous Standard Participating points points points Less than 70 points Category Points Earned 50% plus of unit present 20 Unit pre-registered 10 Unit attended Saturday morning flag ceremony (on time) 5 Unit completed 5 or more sports stations 10 Unit completed at least 1 team sport 15 Unit completed at least 2 academic stations 10 Unit participated in Saturday night Firebowl with a presentation 20 Unit participated in the Scout s Own by attending 10 Unit ribbons pack/den will be presented at the Closing Ceremony on Sunday. Special Award The Blaine Stover Sprit Award will be presented to the Pack judged by the staff as showing the best behavior and spirit for each weekend. The award will be displayed in the council office between each Cub Scout event for which it is awarded; Baloo, Akela Cub, and Resident Cub Scout Camp. The pack will be presented a ribbon for its flag. Earn Your Outdoor Activity Award or Paw Attend Cub Scout Day Camp in July 9

10 The Chehaw Council Highland Games Add a Mc to your name, get a kilt and come enjoy the Highland Games. Throw the Caber, the stones, the hammer, and toss the hay. You might even try your hand at Saber Dancing. So pick a weekend and join your fellow Cubs at the highlands of Worth County. Lord Commissioners Dale McWilson and Geoffrey McShipley The Highland games are sponsored by Clan MacClaren, the official clan of all Wood Badgers 10

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