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    • Camp Independence
      Pack 110 Webelos2011 Summer Camp Information
      Joni Gonzales
    • Overview
      Part of Heritage Reservation
      Greater Pittsburgh Council
      “Crowning jewel” of BSA camps in the Northeast
      2,200 acres, 4 different camps
      270-acre lake
      “Considered to be one of the finest Scout camps in the Boy Scouts of America”
    • 2011 Highlights
      Pirate theme – join Captains Molly and Ian in their adventures on the high seas
      New “Acorn challenge” – complete four of seven tasks*:
      Hike to a Boy Scout camp
      Polar Bear Swim
      Move up an ability level in Aquatics
      Score a 200 at Action Archery
      Identify 5 plants, 5 trees, and 5 insects and tell a fun fact about each
      Complete the boating challenge
      Teach another Scout in your pack a scouting skill
      More free time
      Open program – Scout’s choice
      *Excerpted from Heritage Reservation Guidebook 2011, page 22
    • Aquatics
      Climbing
      Field Sports
      Ecology Conservation
      Outback
      Advancement Areas
    • Opening and closing campfire ceremonies
      Captains Quest
      Star Gazing
      Cookout
      Open program (archery, BB guns, slingshots, rock throwing, BMX, swimming, boating, fishing)
      Flag ceremonies
      Honor necklaces
      Boy Scout Camp hike
      Opening and closing campfire ceremonies
      Captains Quest
      Star Gazing
      Cookout
      Open program (archery, BB guns, slingshots, rock throwing, BMX, swimming, boating, fishing)
      Flag ceremonies
      Honor necklaces
      Boy Scout Camp hike
      Other Activities
    • Morning Schedule
      0700 Reveille
      0740 Waiters report
      0750 Flag raising
      0800 Breakfast
      0900 Advancement program (until 1000)
      1030 Program area visits (until 1200)
      1100 Sick call
      1210 Waiters report
      1230 Lunch (until 1300)
    • Afternoon Schedule
      1300 Siesta (until 1400)
      1315 Leaders’ meeting (until 1335)
      1400 Program area visits (until 1700)
      1740 Waiters report
      1750 Flag lowering ceremony
      1800 Dinner (until 1830)
      1900 Evening program (until 2030)
      2200 Quiet time
    • Beginning with check-in and our first Reveille, our Scouts will have a fun-filled outdoor adventure that keeps them moving and learning new things.
      And each night, as happy and exhausted Scouts fall into deep sleep, they will dream to the sound of Taps playing softly in the background…
      Summary
    • Sources Cited
      “Reveille” courtesy of http://publicdomainaudiovideo.blogspot.com/2009/06/reveille-bugle-call-audio.html
      “Taps” courtesy ofhttp://www.archive.org/details/TapsBugleCall
      Camp Independence/Heritage Reservation information courtesy of Heritage Reservation 2011 Guidebook, Boy Scouts of America, Greater Pittsburgh Council
      Metal fleur de lis courtesy ofhttp://www.cubpack88.org/blueandgoldplanning.htm