AD/WR Spring Camporee


AD/WR Spring Camporee
Date
Last Day To Register
5/14/2019 3:00 PM
Location
2559 North St.
Forksville, PA 18816, US
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Spring Camporee

Andaste and Williamson Road

Camp Brule’ May 17-19, 2019

Check-in 6pm Pancost Office

Cost of $15

Earn Wilderness Survival Merit Badge

Who: Troops, Crews, Ships

What: Survive the Sinking of the S.S. Sullivan

Where: Camp Brule’ Forksville PA

When: May 17th 6pm to May 19th 12 (Noon)

Cost of $15 for All Scouts and Scouters

 

All Troops, Crews, and Ships are welcomed to attend the Andaste and Williamson Road Spring Camporee at Camp Brule’ May 17th to May 19th. The theme for the weekend will be wilderness survival. For those who have not earned the Wilderness Survival Merit Badge please bring a signed and filled out blue card to check in to earn the Merit Badge. For those who have earned the Merit Badge can run a station or complete the stations again. All Merit Badge Requirements will be completed at the Camporee along with requirements for the Outdoor Ethics Awareness Award.  All requirements will be at stations around Elk Lake (Patterson’s Pound).

 

Pre-requirements

Wilderness Survival

  1. From memory, list the seven priorities for survival in a backcountry or wilderness location. Explain the importance of each one with your counselor
  2. Put together a personal survival kit and explain how each item in it could be useful

Outdoor Ethics Awareness Award

  1. Watch the National Park Service Leave No Trace video.
  2. Complete the Leave No Trace online youth course . Print the certificate.
  3. Earn the Tread Lightly! online course certificate. Print the certificate when you are done.

Please have all Blue Cards and Pre-requirements ready at CHECK-IN.

All meals besides Saturday Night Dinner are on the Units.

 

Updated schedule will be available at event

Friday May 17th

6pm     Unit Check in at Pancost Office

8pm

            Customs Check (survival kit checks)- Pierce Pavilion (Handy Craft)

            Outdoor Ethics Classroom-Taylor Room

10pm   TAPS

Saturday May 18th

7am                 Unit Breakfast -Campsites

8am                 Station Set up around Lake

845am              Colors – Parade Field

9am-12pm        Morning Stations

12 to 1230        Lunch at last Station

1230pm to 3pm Afternoon Stations

3pm to 6pm      Shelter Building at Outpost

6pm                 Dinner

7pm                 Evening events and campfire

10pm               TAPS

Sunday May 18th

7 or 8ish           Break Outpost

9am Closing-     Parade Field

10am                Head Home

All Times Subject to chance. Depending on Water and Wind Speed.

 

Stations

1. First aid, moral

2. Build and light 3 fires

3. Attracting attention

4. Water purification

5. Surviving different conditions and proper clothing

6. Food, plant and animal ID

7. Way finding

8. Protection from animal and insects

 

Please contact Tom Miller at millner63@yahoo.com if you are interested in running a station.

Click here for the event flier

Additional Information

 

Event Chair

Thomas Miller             millner63@yahoo.com

Richard Lines              andastedc@gmail.com

 

Staff Advisors

Chris Theurich Chris.Theurich@scouting.org

Ross Willmot   ross.willmot@scouting.org

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Cost
$25.00 per Adult
$25.00 per Scout
Early Discount
Before 5/8/2019 a discount of $10.00 will apply to all Adult Registrants.
Before 5/8/2019 a discount of $10.00 will apply to all Scout Registrants.
Cancellation Policy
Cancellation and refund policy can be found on the Scout Shop page of the Council Website

special thanks to Corning Incorporated and its employees for generations of support to Scouting

special thanks to the Corning Foundation for its continued support of Scouting through the Employee Matching Gifts and Dollars for Doers Programs 

 

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