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Camp independence

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Camp independence

  1. 1. Camp Independence<br />Pack 110 Webelos2011 Summer Camp Information<br />Joni Gonzales<br />
  2. 2. Overview<br />Part of Heritage Reservation<br />Greater Pittsburgh Council<br />“Crowning jewel” of BSA camps in the Northeast<br />2,200 acres, 4 different camps<br />270-acre lake<br />“Considered to be one of the finest Scout camps in the Boy Scouts of America”<br />
  3. 3. 2011 Highlights<br />Pirate theme – join Captains Molly and Ian in their adventures on the high seas<br />New “Acorn challenge” – complete four of seven tasks*:<br />Hike to a Boy Scout camp<br />Polar Bear Swim<br />Move up an ability level in Aquatics<br />Score a 200 at Action Archery<br />Identify 5 plants, 5 trees, and 5 insects and tell a fun fact about each<br />Complete the boating challenge<br />Teach another Scout in your pack a scouting skill<br />More free time<br />Open program – Scout’s choice<br />*Excerpted from Heritage Reservation Guidebook 2011, page 22<br />
  4. 4. Aquatics<br />Climbing<br />Field Sports<br />Ecology Conservation<br />Outback<br />Advancement Areas<br />
  5. 5. Opening and closing campfire ceremonies<br />Captains Quest<br />Star Gazing<br />Cookout<br />Open program (archery, BB guns, slingshots, rock throwing, BMX, swimming, boating, fishing)<br />Flag ceremonies<br />Honor necklaces<br />Boy Scout Camp hike<br />Opening and closing campfire ceremonies<br />Captains Quest<br />Star Gazing<br />Cookout<br />Open program (archery, BB guns, slingshots, rock throwing, BMX, swimming, boating, fishing)<br />Flag ceremonies<br />Honor necklaces<br />Boy Scout Camp hike<br />Other Activities<br />
  6. 6. Morning Schedule<br />0700 Reveille<br />0740 Waiters report<br />0750 Flag raising<br />0800 Breakfast<br />0900 Advancement program (until 1000)<br />1030 Program area visits (until 1200)<br />1100 Sick call<br />1210 Waiters report<br />1230 Lunch (until 1300)<br />
  7. 7. Afternoon Schedule<br />1300 Siesta (until 1400)<br />1315 Leaders’ meeting (until 1335)<br />1400 Program area visits (until 1700)<br />1740 Waiters report<br />1750 Flag lowering ceremony<br />1800 Dinner (until 1830)<br />1900 Evening program (until 2030)<br />2200 Quiet time<br />
  8. 8. 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.<br />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… <br />Summary<br />
  9. 9. Sources Cited<br />“Reveille” courtesy of http://publicdomainaudiovideo.blogspot.com/2009/06/reveille-bugle-call-audio.html<br />“Taps” courtesy ofhttp://www.archive.org/details/TapsBugleCall<br />Camp Independence/Heritage Reservation information courtesy of Heritage Reservation 2011 Guidebook, Boy Scouts of America, Greater Pittsburgh Council<br />Metal fleur de lis courtesy ofhttp://www.cubpack88.org/blueandgoldplanning.htm<br />

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