2017 Cub Scout Holiday Camp
Come learn about Native Americans and don’t miss out on the Fun!!!
Come and enjoy the great outdoors, cool weather, and all of the Cub activities you can handle. Scouts will have the opportunity to work on advancements. Scouts, parents, and leaders WILL have loads FUN!!!!
A ratio of ONE ADULT for every FOUR SCOUTS and one adult for every rank in attendance. Tigers MUST have a ONE TO ONE ratio. Each Pack/Den must provide adult leadership no Provisional camping.
- $150 per Scout ($25 late fee after 10-27-17)
- $80 per Adult ($25 late fee after 10-27-17)
- $55 per Sibling over 5($25 late fee after 10/27/17)
Fees are due before the close of business on October 27th, 2017, an includes an event Tshirt, patch, meals, program supplies, and more!
Check-in: Saturday, November 18th at 9:00 a.m.
Depart: Tuesday, November 21st at 1:00 p.m.
Who Can Attend:
- The entire Pack!
- Dad, Mom, Guardian, Den/Pack Leader – come partner with your Scout(s) and spend an exciting 4 days/3 nights of exploration, fun, adventure, and relaxation.
Scouts will have access to such activities as:
- Sports & Fitness
- BB Guns
- Scout Skills
- Campfire Program
- Sling Shots
- Scout Skills
Webelos will be offered a chance to work on some of their achievements to get them ready for Boy Scouts. Tigers, Wolfs, and Bears will work on those adventures (required and elective) that cover areas of nature, citizenship, camping, and health and safety as well as Leave No Trace, Cub Scout World Conservation, and the Outdoor Activity Patch. EVERYONE will work on having FUN!!
Any adult wishing to help with a particular activity badge/advancement, please contact let Roslyn Davidson, Camp Director or Wayne Schuver Jr. Program Director.
The Trading Post will be open for your convenience and will offer many items, both edible and non-edible. Plan to visit during your free time. Don’t forget to bring spending money. The Trading Post now accepts VISA, MasterCard, and American Express. Come in and see what’s new.
Medical Forms and Prescription Medicines
BSA Standards require that all prescription medications be kept in a locked container. Inhalers and Epi-pens may be kept with the individuals. ALL adults and youth attending camp must have the Annual Health and Medical Record form (Part A, B, and C) properly filled out. Participants will not be allowed to stay without all three parts of the Medical Record (filled out properly). This is necessary to document the current health status and what, if any, medications the Scout or adult is taking. Please make sure that you go by the Health Lodge and retrieve your medical before you leave camp. Any medicals left after Holiday Camp will be destroyed. BSA Annual Medical Forms are available at the Scout Office and via the link at the bottom of this page.
Council Refund Policy
The following policy statement is applicable to all Council and District events where a fee is collected. This includes such events as Day Camps, Cub Resident Camp, Summer Camp, Winter Camp, training courses, camporees, family campouts, etc.
- Written refund requests will be considered only if received in the Pennington Scout Center ten (10) days prior to the start of the event.
- Written refund requests submitted after the event will be considered only for personal illness or family emergencies. No refund requests will be accepted after ten (10) days following the close of the event.
- A service charge of twenty-five percent (25%) of the full activity fee will be assessed on all refunds.
- Refund checks will be issued within 30 days following the close of the event.
- Fees are only transferable within the same unit to a Scout not currently registered for the event.