2010 – Summer Camp

Troop 947:  2010 Summer Camp Summary

Very Important!

BSA is introducing a new medical form, effective for 2010.  The new medical forms are good for 12 months only, applicable to scouts and adult leaders.  The existing medical forms will not be accepted for 2010 summer camp .  This means every scout or adult leader must have the new medical form and their physical must have occurred within 12 months of the start of camp.  (For those traveling to Sea Base in 2010, you will need a seporate medical form).

Woodland Trails Merit badge Schedule

Recommended Packing List for Summer Camp.

Parent Summary (PDF)

Merit Badge-PreReq 2010

Woodland Trails

Camp Friedlander

Dates:

June 20– 26 July 4 – 10

Costs:

Camp Fees: $200 (includes t-shirt)Additional Fees for: Handicraft Merit Badge Supplies, Horsemanship
($20), Archery ($2), Rifle ($5), Shotgun ($10
Camp Fees: $205
Additional Fees for: Handicraft Merit Badge Supplies, Scuba ($45), Snorkeling
($35), Voyager ($30), COPE ($30), Shotgun ($20), Rifle ($10), Plumbing ($10)

New Scouts:

Kit Cricket Adventure
- Daily work on rank skills.
- Visits to rappellingtower, archery and swimming.
- Scouts separately schedule merit badges of interest.
Trailblazer Program- Daily work on rank skills.
- Scouts separately schedule merit badges of interest.

Older Scouts
& Other

Programs

Evening programs available for troops and patrols:
Archery, boating, climbing/rappelling, conservation, corn-hole, flag
football, geo-caching, rifle, tomahawk, horseback riding, ultimate Frisbee
and volleyball.Camp-wide competitions on Tuesdays and Thursdays including ironman,

spar pole/bear pole climbing and golden skillet.

Voyager Program (off-site program)
- Minimum age 14. On-day trips: Mountain Biking and Canoeing, 2-3 day
trips: Backpacking and Caving.
COPE (on-site program of ropes/climbing/teamwork)
- Minimum age 13.Camp-wide competitions on Wednesday evening.

Available Eagle Merit
Badges

Swimming, Citizenship in the Community, Citizenship in the Nation, Citizenship in the World, Communications, Emergency Prep, Environmental Science, Camping, 1st Aid, Personal Fitness Camping, Emergency Prep, Environmental Science, 1st Aid, Swimming

Common
Merit Badges

Archery, Art, Automotive Maintenance, Basketry, Bird Study, Camping, Canoeing, Climbing, Cooking, Emergency Prep, Environmental Science, First Aid, Fish
& Wildlife Management, Fishing, Fly Fishing, Forestry, Leatherwork, Life Saving, Mammal Study, Orienteering, Photography, Pioneering, Pottery, Rifle,
Rowing, Shotgun, Small Boat Sailing, Soil & Water Conservation, Space Exploration, Swimming, Wilderness Survival, Woodcarving

Unique Merit
Badges

Horsemanship, Geology, Golf, Sports, Athletics American Cultures, Archaeology, Astronomy, Cinematography, DisabilitiesAwareness, Journalism, Native Dance Class, Plumbing, Public Health, Radio,
Fingerprinting, Indian Lore, Metalwork, Motor Boating, Nature, Reptile &
Amphibian Study, Weather

Required

Forms

  • New Medical Form – within past 12 months of camp start date All section must be complete.
  • Permission Slip
  • Element of Danger Form (Voyager Program, COPE, Climbing)
  • Scuba and Snorkeling forms

MB Registration

Opens January 4thWoodland Trails Merit Badge Schedule Opens March 22nd
Friedlander Merit Badge Schedule

Due Dates

Fees: Deposit on Feb 17th, $35.00. Balance on April 21st, $165.00
All Forms: June 2nd.
Fees: Deposit on Jan. 27th, $65; 2nd payment on Mar. 31st, $65.00; 3rd payment
on May 5th, $75.00 plus any extra fees as shown above.
All Forms: June 2nd.

Family Night

Friday, $6.00 per person for dinner. Friday, $7.00 per person for dinner.

For more information access the camp websites:

Woodland Trails :
http://www.woodlandtrails.org/

Camp Friedlander:

http://www.danbeard.org/Camping_Boy.Aspx