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1 2012 Summer Camps Cub Scout Addition Cub Resident Camp and Webelos Camp at Butler Wilderness Outpost and Heart Butte Scout Reservation THEME: SEA ADVENTURE

2 TABLE OF CONTENTS Table of Contents 2 Cub Resident Camp 3 & 4 Webelos Camp 5 Combined Sessions 6 Butler Wilderness Outpost General Information 7-9 Boating Requirements Swimming Requirements Crafts Fishing BB Buns Archery Housing Showers Check-in Food Service Trading Post Medical Services Leadership Requirements Advancement Information Insurance Camp Phone Number Duty to God Program 10 Butler Wilderness Outpost Fees 11 Frequently Asked Questions 13 Heart Butte General Information 14 Activities at Heart Butte 15 Important Information at Heart Butte 16 Insurance Leadership Requirements Facilities Food Service Program Staff Requirements for Scouts at camp Heart Butte Cub Resident Camp 17 Heart Butte Webelos Camp 18 Camp Staff Application for Heart Butte 19 Roster for Camp 20 Bring Along List 21 Questions 22 Planning Checklist for Camp 23 Butler Wilderness Outpost Map 12 2

3 2012 Cub Scouts that have completed the 1st or 2nd grade can attend! The adventure lasts for three days and two nights and is for Wolf and Bear Scouts and their parents. Scouts will participate in the following activities: hiking, swimming, fishing, campfires, nature activities, crafts, sports, archery, fishing and BB guns. Parents accompany your Scout to Cub Resident Camp. The camp staff will help you and your Cubs have a fun and exciting time! A camp staff member is assigned to your group and becomes your guide for the duration of your Sea Adventures. Sign up for camp online at: The early fees for Scouts are $76 and Adults are $33. The fees increase per person on May 15th. DATES: SESSION 1.June SESSION 2 June 29 July 1 SESSION 3.July Check in is between 1-3pm Check out is 9am 3

4 4 Sea Adventure Cub Resident Camp Cub Scouts read below to learn about the adventure waiting for you at camp! If you have completed 1st or 2nd grade you can attend! Below is a list of requirements that we will work on this summer with your Scout: Wolves Bobcat Trail for any new scouts Practice for the first rank in Cub Scouting Achievement 2 Your Flag Elective 11 Sing Along Elective 13 Birds Elective 15c Grow a plant indoors Elective 17a, b, d, e, f and g Tie it right Elective 19 Fishing Elective 20b, c and n Sports Elective 23 Let s Go Camping A If you camped out in a tent D Explain the buddy system F Attend resident camp in your area G Participate in a campfire (if they do a skit or song at campfire) H If they attend the Chapel Service Conservation Project Bears Achievement 3f Be a member of the color guard in a flag ceremony for your den or pack 3h Learn how to raise and lower a U.S. Flag properly f o r a n o u t d o o r ceremony 3i Participate in an outdoor flag ceremony Achievement 22 Tying It All Up Elective 5e With an adult, row a 100-yard course with two turns Elective 15a, b and d Water and Soil Conservation Elective 19 Swimming Elective 20a Sports (Archery) Elective 25 Let s Go Camping! B Go on a short hike, explain the buddy system C Participate with your group at a campfire D Participate in an overnight campout; pitch a tent (if your group tent camped) E Participate in a religious service G Attend a resident camp in your area Conservation Project The Cubs will also work towards their Archery Belt Loop and Sports Pin, their BB Gun Belt Loop and Sports Pin, their Fishing Belt Loop and possible pin, and their Swimming Belt Loop and Pin. Also offered to those interested will be the Astronomy Belt Loop as an evening activity. Scouts in both levels will be well on their way to earning their World Conservation Award when they get ready to leave camp. Some items in these advancements will need to be completed when the Cubs return to their den level activities.

5 Cub Scouts that have graduated from the 3rd This or 4th year s grade theme can attend! is Sea The Adventures. adventure lasts Cub for Scouts four can days sign and up three for nights. an Underwater adventure. Cub Scouts that have graduated from the 3rd, 4th, or 5th grade can attend! The adventure lasts for four days and three nights. Scouts will participate in the following: hiking, campfires, nature, crafts, slingshots, sports, archery, fishing and BB guns. *Swimming *Boating *Canoeing *Water Olympics *Fishing Sign up (all for equipment camp online provided) at: DATES: The early SESSION fees for Scouts 1 June are $109 and Adults are $40. SESSION The fees increase 2 June per person on May 15th. SESSION 3 June SESSION 4 July Scouts will participate in the following activities: hiking, swimming, fishing, campfires, Leaders and nature parents activities, accompany crafts, Cub Scouts sports, archery, to Webelos fishing Camp. and BB The guns. camp staff will help you and your Cubs to have a fun and exciting Parents time! A accompany camp staff your member Scout is to assigned Webelos to Camp. your group The and camp becomes staff will your help guide you for and the your duration Webelos of your have Sea a Adventure. fun and exciting time! A camp staff member is assigned to your group and becomes your guide for the duration of your Sea Adventure. Cub Scouts and leaders can join in on the wet and wild water activities: Below is a list of requirements that we will work on SESSION this summer 5 with July your Scout: SESSION 6 July Webelos SESSION 7 July Activity Pins: Traveler Naturalist Craftsman Outdoorsman Belt Loops: BB Gun Map & Compass Fishing Geography The Webelos will also work towards their Archery Belt Loop and their Swimming Belt Loop and Pin. Also offered will be the Astronomy Belt Loop as an evening activity. We will work on the Duty to God Award and Leave No Trace Award. Scouts who complete all the requirements for these activity pins will be almost finished earning their World Conservation Award when they get ready to leave camp. Some items in the advancements will need to be completed when the Webelos return to their den level activities. DATES: SESSION 1.. July SESSION 2.. July SESSION 3.. July 29 Aug 1 Check in is between 1-3pm Check out is 9am 5

6 Cub Scouts can camp together for one of our This combined year s sessions theme is of Sea Cub Adventures. Resident Camp Cub and Scouts Webelos can sign Camp. up for The an Underwater adventure lasts adventure. days and Cub three Scouts nights. that have graduated from the 3rd, 4th, or 5th grade can attend! The adventure lasts for four days and three for four nights. SESSION 5 July SESSION 6 July SESSION 7 July Scouts will participate in the following: hiking, campfires, nature, crafts, slingshots, sports, archery, fishing and BB guns. Scouts will participate in the following activities: Leaders and hiking, parents accompany swimming, Cub fishing, Scouts campfires, to Webelos nature Camp. activities, The camp crafts, staff will sports, help archery, you and fishing your Cubs and to BB have guns. a fun and exciting time! A camp staff member is assigned to your group and becomes your guide for the duration of your Sea Adventure. Cub Scouts and leaders can join in on the wet and wild water activities: *Swimming *Boating *Canoeing *Water Olympics Parents *Fishing accompany (all your equipment Scout to provided) camp. The camp staff will help you and your Scouts have DATES: a fun and exciting time! A camp staff member SESSION is assigned 1 June to your group and becomes SESSION your guide 2 for June the duration of your Sea Adventure. SESSION 3 June SESSION 4 July 8-11 Sign up for camp online at: The early fees for Scouts are $109 and Adults are $40. The fees increase per person on May 15th. Below is a list of requirements that we will work on this summer with your Scout: DATES: SESSION 1.. June SESSION 2.. July 8-11 SESSION 3.. July SESSION 4.. July Check in is between 1-3pm Check out is 9am

7 Camp Wilderness Activity Areas Water Front In order for Scouts and adults to go swimming or boating, each person must take a swim test. You do have the option to have this done before camp. The swim test form is available on-line. Swimming Requirements: Under the Guidelines set forth by the Boy Scouts, for every 5 people in the water, there needs to be a guard watching the same area as the swimmers. To make sure that our Scouts have all the opportunities to go swimming at camp, the camp will be asking for parents to help guard during open times. Boating Requirements: The camp has rowboats and canoes for you and your Scouts to use at camp. Sports Keeping active and in good shape is important while on your journey of discovery in the wilderness. Cub Scouts get plenty of exercise playing games during this time on the playing field. Crafts Make a project this summer that you can take home with you! To take out a canoe, you must be a swimmer. In order to take out a rowboat, you must be a swimmer or a beginner can go out in a rowboat with an adult swimmer. An adult swimmer can only take 1 beginner out at a time. Non-swimmers can not go in this boat. Fishing Wilderness has an abundance of fish swimming under and around the fishing area. Sunfish, Bass, Crappies and Northerns can be caught from the Camp s fishing dock. Rods, reels and bait are provided. We also lash some canoes together to make a big floating barge. The same requirements as a rowboat apply. We realize that not all Scouts can pass the beginners or swimmer test. A certified lifeguard can take these Scouts out in a boat during session times, but not during free time. 7

8 BB Guns Perfect your aim and shoot for the bull's-eye! Archery Sharpen your skills to get ready for the big hunt. The camp staff is here to help you find the center of the target! Chow Hall (Food service for your Hungry Scouts) You will eat in the Dining Hall with the rest of the Scouts. Meals will be prepared by the camp s chef. Meals are served buffet style to feed your hungry Scouts! Housing Meals are $5.50 each for visitors and extra guests. When you sign up for your adventure, you will need to bring tents to stay in. There are a limited number of cabins available. Nature Take a walk thorough the woods with your friends. Plenty of trees and plants to identify along your trek. Make sure you take a partner with you when you go! Showers & Latrines Latrines and hot showers are available for all adult leaders and Scouts and are centrally l o cat ed in camp. 8

9 Trading Post The Trading Post will keep your Scouts well supplied. It has all the necessary survival supplies for your adventurers. T-shirts, snacks, soda, camping accessories and souvenirs of their Medieval Times adventure are all available. Scouts should bring an adequate amount of money from home for what they intend to purchase. Health Officer The Camp s medic will be in camp throughout your stay. The Health Officer will be a physician, nurse, E.M.T., or First Responder. Exploration Time All Sea Adventurers will have time to explore the depths of the blue sea forest. Your adult leaders will supervise your travels at all times. Advancement Group Leaders will work with your Den throughout your entire stay. This will help Cub Scouts earn portions of activity badges while on their adventure. A list of advancements earned are on the council website at this time and will be provided at camp. Leadership Requirements The Boy Scouts of America policy on leadership requires two adults on all outings. One registered adult at least 21 years of age and an assistant at least 18 years of age are required. Both males and females can provide this leadership. A minimum ratio of 1 adult to 5 Cubs must be maintained at camp. Packs that are unable to provide this ratio, should work with neighboring Packs to share leadership. Pack Medical Insurance Required! All Units participating in council activities or programs must have medical insurance. If you are a Northern Lights Council Pack, you purchased this insurance when you rechartered and we have your units accident insurance number on file at camp. If you re an out of council unit, please contact your local service center or District Professional to find out how to get this insurance number. Camp Wilderness Phone Number In case of an emergency, the camp phone number is (218) Please have the name, Pack number, and where they are staying available when calling. We will get the message to them as soon as we can. 9

10 Duty to God Patch Requirements: 1. You Must attend a religious service at the chapel. The Inter-faith service is the first night you arrive in camp. 2. Participate in at least three devotions with your unit. You can use our summer camp Interfaith Devotion Book. 3. Lead grace before a meal or give a prayer at morning or evening flag. 4. Your Scout Leader must promise to obtain and review the Duty to God religious emblems brochure and make a presentation to your Pack. The FIRST DUTY TO GOD PATCH you can earn is the foundation (kneeling Scout) patch. Second, third, and fourth year patches can be earned in any order. You can only earn one patch each year in camp! Patches can be earned by Scouts and adult Scouters. Scouts can purchase the Duty to God patch with a signed Duty to God Program Checklist card. Cards will be supplied by the Camp Chaplain to the Cub Scout leaders. Unit leaders can purchase the patches in quantity for their units at the Trading Post. The cost is $2.50 a patch. 10

11 BUTLER WILDERNESS OUTPOST SCOUT FEES: FEES The cost per Scout is $76.00 for Cub Resident Camp, and $109 for Webelos Camp if paid in full by May 14. A $12 fee for Cub Resident Camp and $15 fee for Webelos Camp will be added if paid after May 14. If you are attending a combined session, they are the same price as Webelos Camp. LEADER FEES: The cost for adults is $33 for Cub Resident Camp and $40 for Webelos Camp. A late fee will take effect if not paid in full by May 14th. PAYMENT SCHEDULE: A down payment is required for each Scouts and adult to hold your spot for the camp you want to attend. The camps are based on 150 participants, so make sure to sign up early. The remaining fees need to be paid in full before attending camp. If you want to pay the early fee, make sure you do before May 14th. ONLINE PAYMENTS: You can make a payment online with either a credit card or an electronic check. To make additional payments, login in to your MyCouncil account and click the button in the upper right hand corner of the Council website: Click order history, select your camp order, click on details at the right of the order and it will allow you to make a payment. CAMPERSHIPS Camperships are Camp Scholarships available for Scouts who are financially unable to attend camp. Camperships are available for up to one-half (1/2) of the total camp fee. All Scouts are encouraged to work with their Unit on fund-raising projects to earn money to attend Camp. Camperships are due 6 weeks prior to Scouts attending camp for consideration. HEALTH HISTORY CUB SCOUTS: All Cub Scout Campers will need to have a Health History form filled out by his parent or Guardian. Each Scout must have this form filled out by the time that they arrive at Camp. Cub Scout campers DO NOT need a doctor s physical to attend the camp program. You must fill out parts A and B. LEADERS: Leaders need to fill out the same form as the Scouts. Since camp is less than 72 hours, a doctor s physical is not required to attend. Please have this form available when checking in. You must fill out parts A and B. 11

12 Butler Wilderness Outpost Map 12

13 Frequently Asked Question at Camp Wilderness When should I wear my uniform? We encourage Scouts to wear them at flag ceremonies and campfires. Tuesday is uniform day in camp and we encourage the Scouts to wear them all day long! Can I bring my son/daughter to camp? Camp Wilderness is a Scout camp, but we realize that sometimes the only way a Scout can attend camp is with their sibling. It is up to the Pack to decide if they can stay in the same site or cabin. The siblings can eat in the Dining Hall for $5.50 a meal and participate in open activities, but not other activities. Can I bring a bike to camp? No, bikes are not allowed in camp. Can I mail my medical forms in early? Medical forms cannot be received before you arrive in camp. They will be sent back if they come in before camp starts. Can I bring a camper? Yes you can and the cost is $25 per day. This includes water hook-up and electricity. We do not have a dump station at camp. The location for campers is the Family Camping area in the Butler Wilderness Outpost. Why should my Pack attend Camp Wilderness? Our camp offers a quality camping experience in a pristine setting. Camp Wilderness prides itself on the staff and the high retention that we have so your Scouts see their favorite staff person year after year. Scouts and Scouters that come to Camp Wilderness call it their second home and we open our doors to your Pack as well. Welcome home! 13

14 Cub Resident & Webelos Campout 2012 Sea Adventures Heart Butte Scout Reservation Webelos Session I: June Webelos Session II: July Cub Resident Session I: August 4-5 Heart Butte is located just 15 miles south of Glen Ullin on Lake Tschida. Cub Resident Camp is open to Cub Scouts that have completed the 1st and 2nd grade and Webelos Camp is open to Cub Scouts that have completed 3 rd or 4 th grades, their leaders and parents. Boys will have an opportunity to go hiking, fishing, canoeing, swimming, shoot BB guns, archery, crafts, physical challenge courses, participate in nature activities, ceremonies and campfires. The Northern Lights Council and Heart Butte camp and their staff provide the meals and all program supplies and activities. All you have to do is register, so sign up today and reserve your spot at Heart Butte Camp and prepare for Sea Adventures! 14

15 Cub Scouts at Heart Butte Shooting Sports What Scout Camp would be complete without BB guns and archery? At camp, qualified staff will teach Scouts how to shoot safely. Waterfront Activities Swimming and canoeing are always a favorite at Camp. BSA water safety guidelines apply including advance swim testing for each Scout and adult participating in camp water sports. Fishing on the shores of the bay is another favorite of the Scouts and adults attending. Hiking & Nature Exploration Scouts will have time to hike around Heart Butte and look for fossils, petrified wood and other nature specimens. Who knows what prehistoric treasures you might find! Fitness Scouts will get plenty of exercise and have lots of fun on the physical challenge course at Heart Butte. The new low ropes course and team-building activities are a great addition to camp and Scouts returning this year will have the opportunity to try new challenges. Scout Crafts Whether it s made out of wood, leather, or sticks and stones, Scouts will complete a project to take home and keep as a souvenir from camp. Campfire Programs All campers are invited to Campfire each night you are in camp for songs and skit fun. During Webelos Camp, boys from each pack and camp patrol will have an opportunity to put on their own performances during Saturday night s Campfire. Plan a skit or song beforehand or use one from the resource books that will be available. Campers also have an opportunity to meet around the outdoor Chapel on Sunday morning for an all-faith Scout service overlooking the lake. Trading Post Camp has its own Trading Post centrally located in Camp where all campers can buy a themed T-shirt to wear during camp as well as Scout supplies, theme items, pop, water, candy, and much more, so bring an adequate amount of money from home and come check out the Trading Post. This year s Trading Post will stock requested items like disposable cameras and other convenience items. 15

16 Important Things to Remember About Camp at Heart Butte Pack Insurance & Health Information All units participating in Council activities or programs must have some form of medical insurance. If you are a Northern Lights Council Pack, you purchased this insurance when you rechartered. All Scouts and adult campers and staff are required to have a Health History on file. Forms will be sent out in camp confirmation packets. Doctor s physicals are not required for attendance at Webelos Camp or Cub Resident. Leadership Requirements Parents are encouraged to attend camp with their sons. The Boy Scouts of America policy on leadership requires a minimum of two adults on all outings. At least one registered adult (male or female) at least 21 years of age and an assistant at least 18 years of age are required. Contact the Bismarck Service Center with any leadership concerns. Camping Facilities at Camp Packs will stay in tents at pre-assigned campsites, so plan ahead to bring along camping equipment and enough tents for all your Scouts and adult leaders. (Note: Scouts may not share a tent with an adult other than their own parent as per Boy Scout policy.) Separate latrines and shower facilities for adults and boys are centrally located at camp. Dining Hall Chow is prepared in the Camp dining hall. Campers receive a hot breakfast, lunch, and dinner on Saturday and Sunday breakfast. There will be a light meal on Friday night when you arrive to camp. Program Staff We are constantly in need of adult volunteers to help staff our Council programs, and Webelos Camp is no exception. If you have a special skill in a program areas that you are willing to share, or just have a real desire to help bring the boys some fun, adventure, and achievement, please let us know by contacting your local Scout Office or District Executive. There is a spot for volunteer staff to sign up in the back of this book. Camp staff attend Webelos Camp free of charge and will receive a Camp Staff shirt for helping. A limited number of youth are needed to help on staff. Scouts must be a minimum of 14 years old to help staff activities and 16 years old to help as a lifeguard. Outdoor skills and leadership experience are important. Contact the Bismarck Service Center for an application. Requirements for Scouts at camp A list of the even and odd year requirements that the Scout will work on while at camp are listed on the web pages for Cub Scout Camping. 16

17 HEART BUTTE CUB RESIDENT CAMP Pack Registration Procedure Pack Camp Registrars: (1) Collect all fees from boys and adults attending camp. (2) Go to to sign up online for this event. (3) Pack registration will be confirmed online with all information and forms needed to complete the registration process. (4) Check your group in upon arrival at Cub Resident Camp. (5) Have a medical form for all Scouts mailed to the Bismarck Service Center 2 weeks before the start of camp. Note: Cub Resident Camp at Heart Butte is limited to 125 boys, so register early to ensure your spot! FEES Scout Fees: If paid in full by May 14th $ If paid after May 15th $ Campership (form must be submitted by May 15th) $ Adult Fees: Adults attending $20.00 After May 15th $23.00 Adult staff volunteers Free Camperships Camperships are camp scholarships available up to one half of the total camp fee for Scouts who are financially unable to attend camp. All Scouts are encouraged to work with their packs on fund-raising projects to earn money to attend camp. This form is available online under the Cub Scout Camping section. 17

18 HEART BUTTE WEBELOS CAMP Pack Registration Procedure Pack Camp Registrars: (1) Collect all fees from boys and adults attending camp. (2) Go to to sign up online for this event. (3) Pack registration will be confirmed online with all information and forms needed to complete the registration process. (4) Check your group in upon arrival at Webelos Camp. (5) Have a medical form for all Scouts mailed to the Bismarck Service Center 2 weeks before the start of camp. Note: Webelos Camp at Heart Butte is limited to 125 boys per session, so register early to ensure receiving your choice of dates! FEES Scout Fees: If paid in full by May 14th $ If paid after May 15th $ Campership (form must accompany registration) $ Adult Fees: Adults attending $30.00 If paid after May 15th $33.00 Adult staff volunteers Free Camperships Camperships are camp scholarships available up to one half of the total camp fee for Scouts who are financially unable to attend camp. All Scouts are encouraged to work with their packs on fund-raising projects to earn money to attend camp. This form is available online under the Cub Scout Camping section. 18

19 Camp staff wanted Sign up today The Northern Lights Council is looking for adult and youth Staff to help with local summer camps beginning with Webelos Camp in June. There is no cost to help, and all staff members receive meals and a free staff t-shirt. Youth staff must be registered members of a Boy Scout troop or Venturer Crew, be at least 14 years of age, and accompanied by an adult. A limited number of youth staff will be selected from applications received. Please fill out and return this form indicating any individual activities that you d like to help with (these are still in the planning stages). Name (print) (sign) Contact information (phone/address/ ) Special Skills, Training, and Experience you have to offer: Cub Resident and Webelos Camp at Heart Butte Camp on Lake Tschida June July August 4-5 canoeing** nature archery** BB guns** low ropes** fishing crafts sports/games theme activity **requires advance training and/or experience Return to: Bill Anderson Camp Director 1720 Burnt Boat Drive, Bismarck, ND Fax: (701)

20 Sea Adventures Unit Roster Roster 2012 CUB CAMPS 2007 CAMPS (Submit this form at least 2 weeks prior to camp to the local service center) Name 1 st Year Camper 2 nd Year Camper Grade ( end of May) Address Emergency Contact # Adults Please be sure to complete the grade for each Scout. This information is not needed for the adult leaders attending camp. 20

21 BRING ALONG LIST Important: Mark all equipment and clothing with names! RECOMMENDED Cub Camp Theme Clothing Swim Trunks (these will be needed immediately upon arrival) Pack, Duffel Bag, Old Suitcase for carrying and storing gear Sleeping bag, blankets, and pillow Uniform Extra quantity of clothing for fresh change, as necessary for camp Sweater of Jacket Underwear, socks & handkerchief Shoes suitable for hiking OPTIONAL Moccasins or slippers Camera with extra film Spare set of shoes Tent & Equipment Canteen Spending money for the Trading Post Insect Repellent Sheets & pillow case Foam pad Camp Chair for adults Raincoat or poncho Towels/Washcloths Comb or brush Flashlight with extra batteries Pen or pencil Cub Scout Handbook A SCOUT IS WELCOMED TO CAMP WHETHER OR NOT HE POSSESSES THE OFFICIAL UNIFORM! 21

22 Questions? General Camp Questions: Brad Olson, Northern Lights Council Program Director 301 7th Street South, Fargo ND (701) Camp Wilderness Reservations and Fee Payments: Cindy Davis, Fargo Service Center 301 7th Street South, Fargo, ND (701) Heart Butte Webelos Camp Reservations and Fee Payments: Brenda Heitkamp, Bismarck Service Center 1720 Burnt Boat Dr, Bismarck, ND (701) Camp Promotions and Troop Visitations: Steve Shark, Pa-Hin Lodge #27 Lodge Advisor 301 7th Street South, Fargo, ND (701) Brad Olson, Pa-Hin Lodge #27 Staff Advisor 301 7th Street South, Fargo, ND (701) Camp Wilderness Ranger Andy Kietzman Journey Trail., Park Rapids, MN (218) How Can We Improve This Guide? This Leader's Guide is the result of the input of many pack leaders, Staff members, and other concerned volunteers. We hope that you have found it to be a useful and informative resource in making your summer camp plans. We are always interested in ideas of how we can improve the quality and usefulness of this guide. If you have suggestions, please write them down and bring them to Camp with you this summer. The Camp Director will be happy to review your suggestions and pass them on. If you like, you may also mail suggestions about the Leader's Guide or anything else to: Northern Lights Council Camping Committee, 301 7th Street South, Fargo, ND nlcbsa.org

23 Planning Checklist Register Pack - Choose a camp to attend! Read the Leader's Guide! - Review information on different camps Recruit - Two leaders for camp. One must be 21 years of age and the other must be at least 18. Now Sign-up online at for your spot this summer. Space is limited, so sign up early! March Have a parents information night to inform parents about summer camp opportunities and troop goals including: Completed Health History forms Things to Pack Adults who will be staying at camp Cost Camp address and phone Drivers Money for the Trading Post May 1 4 Early Payment is due online Confirm the following with your Pack: Secure adequate leadership, plan transportation, & make sure the Pack has unit accident insurance. Two Weeks Before Camp Does Pack have adequate leadership? Make sure parents have information on leave time, return time, and telephone number for emergencies Make sure Scouts have necessary equipment Each Scout and Leader should has in a proper health history exam form All fees collected Transportation arrangements completed All Scouts are officially registered in your unit before you leave for camp Scouts have adequate rain gear to take along Call camp or the Fargo Service Center or the Bismarck Service Center at least a week in advance if you expect any problems The Day You Leave All receipts for fees already paid are with you Have adequate money to pay additional and unpaid fees at Camp secured. We recommend that you bring at least two blank Unit checks. Be prepared. Bring along a copy of each Scout s and adults health history forms. Have Pack accident insurance certificate and claim packed with you. Map on how to get to Camp Wilderness or Heart Butte. Depart so your unit will arrive during the check-in times "What to Expect When You Arrive at Camp" Check-in with Camp Director Have receipts and money ready for the business manager and health forms for medical officer Be prepared to take the swim check as soon as possible after arriving at camp and then set up campsite or your cabin. 23

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