When: Saturday, April 15, 2018 at 1:pm
Where: The Hope Furnace, Lake Hope State Park
Cost: $11/participant and includes a map patch, Food, Snacks and Insurance;
Download/Print a copy of the information flier including a map of Lake Hope State Park.
Download/Print BSA Medical Form Parts A and B (three pages). Part C is not required for this event.
For more information contact District Vice Chair Keith Milam (firstname.lastname@example.org)
On behalf of your Spring 2008 Camporee Staff, I would like to welcome you to the 2018 Camporee. A lot of hard work and efforts has been put into this Camporee in order to deliver to you what we feel will be an excellent weekend.
This particular Camporee has been planned out, created and set up to
allow youth to display their nature abilities and meet environmental requirements.
Therefore, if you find a problem with any aspect of this Camporee before or during the event, feel free to let a member of the staff know.
This year’s theme will be “Call of the Wild II”. It has been designed to
highlight various nature diversity activities and environmental events. Scouts and Scouter will have an opportunity to participate in fishing, nature and gaming events at both the patrol and individual level.
The Leaders’ guide (includes paper-n-pencil registration form).
On- Line Registration.
Please make plans to join us Monday, March 19, 2018 at Chapel Hill United Methodist Church at 88 S Kanawha St, Buckhannon. Dinner will begin promptly at 6:00pm with the Program following. All Scouts and Scouters are encouraged to wear your Class A, “Court of Honor” best, Uniform.
$15 per person is the cost to cover food and awards, and must be reserved prior to the
March 12th deadline. Please pay at the Door.
Please take the time to nominate people from our district so we may recognize those that have been instrumental in our success. The reservation form needs to be returned to the Scout office by March 12th. Please send Dan Wetsch or Dave Christafore an email if you have any questions.
Again, we hope that your unit will join us in celebration of the great achievements for the previous year and help us kickoff another year as we go for Gold!
Yours in Scouting,
Dan Wetsch (email@example.com) and Dave Christafore (firstname.lastname@example.org),
To download a fillable Registration Form]]>
CHECK IN: 8:00 PM Friday evening at the Dining Hall. You must check in and out at the Dining Hall
CHECK OUT: 10:30 AM Sunday morning. There will be an orientation for all new Ordeal Members and a brief orientation for Brotherhood Conversion. All Ordeal Candidates are required to stay until the completion of Ordeal weekend.
COST:$40.00 for Ordeal Candidates and $30.00 for Brotherhood Candidates; $15.00 for Lodge Members. The cost covers food for the weekend, Sash, Handbook, and Lodge Flap for the Candidates. 2018 Dues are included for Ordeal Candidates.
EQUIPMENT TO BRING:
|Sleeping Bag||Ground Cloth|
|Work Clothes||Work Gloves||Scout Uniform||Toilet Articles|
|Rain Gear||Personal Health History Form*|
*this is required for all who participate
It is VITAL that you be in attendance at this weekend if you were called out last summer and did not attend the Summer Ordeal last August. This will be your last opportunity to attend an Ordeal without being re-elected by your Unit.
Your registration must be postmarked by April 20, 2017 if you plan to participate as a Candidate or a Member. You can also register and pay online at www.allohak.org
Come join us while we work to get Camp Kootaga ready for the summer camping season. Many things are being planned for this weekend at Camp Kootaga.
Come prepared to have a good time and a lot of great fellowship.
Check in by 8:00 PM Friday. Activities to conclude Sunday. Don’t forget to bring your health form with you. You don’t need a physical, just fill out parts A and B (3 pages).
The Central Region Area 4 annual College of Commissioner Science provides training on a broad range of topics for commissioners. (Click for a description of the commissioner’s role.) It’s an excellent opportunity for both new and experienced commissioners to expand their skills, share their experiences and build their Scouting network.
Each year, the College offers the participant a range of classes covering a variety of topics relevant to commissioners. Courses are available for unit commissioners, new-unit commissioners, roundtable commissioners, district/assistant district commissioners
To encourage participants to build on previous learnings, it is structured in an academic format beginning with Bachelor Courses, followed by Master Courses and then rounding out training with the Doctor of Commissioner Science Degree. Continuing Education courses continue the training.
Bachelor of Commissioner Science.
|New Commissioners and those planning to become a member of the Commissioner’s Staff.|
Master of Commissioner Science.
|Completion of the Bachelor’s Degree or have been awarded the Commissioner’s Key and earned the Arrowhead Honor.|
Doctor of Commissioner Science.
|Completion of Master’s Degree, awarded the Commissioner’s Key, and currently registered as a Commissioner|
Fillable Registration Fliers are available.
Online College Registration is available.
See the Registration Flier for Cedar Lakes Room Rates and meal information.
When: June 27, 2019 thru July 10, 2019
Cost is $1950.00*. (This includes the Philmont Scout Ranch fee, ground and air transportation, additional lodging and t-shirts.) A $100 deposit is due upon registration. No registrations will be taken without the $100 deposit.
The traditional 12-day backpacking trek at Philmont gives crews the opportunity to hike for 10 days in the backcountry, with an arrival/departure day in Base Camp on each end of the journey. Crews will be welcomed and accompanied by a Philmont Ranger for their first 3 days, and will participate in program activities throughout their trek. 12-day crews cover 50-120 miles over the course of their trek and complete the 3 hours of conservation work necessary to earn the Philmont Arrowhead Patch.
Crew size is a maximum of 12 people. Allohak Council has been granted reservations for two crews so we have a total of 24 slots. Recommended crew is 2 Adult Leaders and 10 crew members. Ratio is subject to change depending on number of registered Youth participants. Venture Scouts are encouraged to participate (appropriate leadership is required).
Payment Plan will be distributed at registration.
For more information, contact Rick Beck, 304-684-2364. To make reservations, please contact the Scout Office at 304-422-4507.
*This is an estimate based on current air fare and ground fees.]]>
Indiana University — Bloomington, Indiana
We are pleased to provide registration details for the 2018 National Order of the Arrow Conference (NOAC).
The National Order of the Arrow Conference (NOAC) is a national gathering of OA lodges from across the nation. Once every few years the lodges gather to meet at a major university. In 2018 the lodges will meet at Indiana University, in Bloomington, IN. The conference offers a huge selection of activities. From these activities, you can choose your own program. In addition to the activities, there are the NOAC shows that are out of this world. While at NOAC you will be staying in the University dorm rooms and eating in the cafeterias, for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Nendawen has a quota of 4 adults and 15 youth to attend the conference. On January 16, 2018, unfilled lodge quota’s will be opened, so we could get additional registrations.
The cost of the 2018 conference is $650. Included in the cost are the event fees (including meals), as well as round-trip transportation and meals while traveling.
There is a $100.00 deposit due at the time of registration, to the Allohak Council. Your registration will not be held without the $100.00 deposit. Monthly payments can be made online. Contact Sara at the Scout Service Center for details.
Ted Cox, email@example.com, is the contingent leader.
NOAC registration is now open . More information concerning the activities at NOAC can be found at noac2018.org.]]>
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