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Bay Area CouncilCAMP KARANKAWAEVENTS 2017CUB & WEBELOS RESIDENT CAMP 2017

Cub & Webelos Resident Camp 2017

Cub Scout and Webelos Resident Camp

Spend your summer with us

Young Scouts are encouraged to try new things in safe surroundings with a weekend full of arts and crafts, games, and much, much more. Come meet new friends and say hi to old ones.

Registration

TIME: TBD

DATE: June 9-11, 2017

PLACE: Camp Karankawa,  3249 FM 1459 Rd., Sweeny, TX 77480

COST: (Includes all meals):
$95 Scouts
$55 Adults/Parents/Scout leaders

Free for staff

ADULTS: Please remember to do a Sexual Offender Check and bring it with you to camp.

CONTACT: JR Frausto at jfrausto@scouting.org

Find WEBELOS CAMP GUIDE HERE

Find HEALTH FORM HERE

REGISTRATION ENDS: May 26, 2017

REGISTER HERE

 

Check-in Procedures

Camp Staff cannot accommodate early arrivals, so plan your schedule accordingly. Late arrivals should call Camp Karankawa at (979) 345-3964. The Webelos Leader is to report to the Leaders Lodge and have the following:

 1. Camp registration confirmation

2. Youth Protection Training for Adults, Leaders, and Parent Training, one certificate for each adult. This has to be the new State of Texas face to face training.

3. Current BSA Annual Health and Medical Record (Part A&B) for each participant, two copies alphabetized in an envelope or notebook (one for campsite, one for camp)

4. Hazardous Weather Training certificate for one adult in your group

5. Copy of Sexual offender database for each adult printed within the last 48 hours.

6. A complete Roster

While Webelos Leader checks in the Pack, other adults can go to the campsite and begin setting up. Check-in day is a busy one. It includes:

1. Medical checks
2. Swim checks
3. Campsite set up
4. Flag retreat
5. Dining Hall procedures
6. Supper at 6:00 PM
7. Webelos Leaders Meeting
8. Opening campfire

A staff guide will help your Webelos Den to the campsite; lead a camp tour. Swim test make-up times will be given to Dens that have not completed swim tests.