Summer Camp 2013
July 14th - 20th
Information on bears.
Be Bear Aware.
Information on ticks.
Be Tick Smart
Please do not forget your Medical Forms
Parts A, B and C.
Scouts or adults without medical forms will not be
allowed to stay at camp! No exceptions to this
WHAT SHOULD I PACK?
We suggest packing all clothes in plastic
Uniform (s) – at least one Full
“Class A” uniform - neckerchief, slide, hat.
Several “Class B” T-Shirts (Class B
is any cub scout shirt)
Extra Shirts & Shorts for the entire
One pair of long pants
Socks & Underwear
(the white socks
you send to camp will most likely never be white
again, so send all the old socks from your sons
Rain gear – Ponchos are best
Sleep Wear – Most scouts wear long
sleeve t-shirt and sweat pants
Sneakers and /or Hiking Boots (at
least two pairs of shoes) (hiking boots are highly
Towels & Toiletries (1 towel for
swimming and one for shower)(shower shoes)
Plastic Sports Bottle (preferably 2
with Scout’s name on them)
Flashlight w/extra Batteries
Prescription medicine – please have
all medicines in a zip-lock bag with your son’s name
clearly marked. All medicine must be in
original drug store bottles. Please only send
what they will need for the week.
Medical Form AB & C
NOTE: All adults and scouts must
A and B (.pdf)
must also be completed for activities lasting more
then 72 hours and part D for specific national high
adventure activities such as Sea Base and Philmont.
The form is only good for 12 months. The forms
can be filled in electronically and printed or
printed and filled out by hand.
LEAVE AT HOME
have any questions about what not to bring, just ask
LABEL YOUR GEAR
Scouts should "Mark" all personal Gear.
Many times items are lost or misplaced and are never
claimed. Items that are marked and found will be
announced at evening retreat.
All Scouts and Leaders
must have a current Medical Form. Cub Scouts and
Leaders under 40 need a physical every three years with
an attested review annually. Leaders 40 years and
over must have a Class III physical within a year prior
to your departure from camp. All forms are on the
All Medications must be checked in with
the Camp Health Officer.
You will be permitted to keep with you only those
medications necessary to sustain life. The Health
Officer will dispense only legal medications.
Legal Medications are medicines in their original
container, label affixed, doctors name, patients name,
date and name of medication contained therein. If
there has been a dosage change, it must be so noted by
your doctor. A weekly pill dispenser box will be
permitted if your pharmacist or doctor provides printed
information as to the contents.
Mail is delivered on a daily basis.
When it arrives, it is sorted and placed in your mailbox
at the Camp Office. A pick-up card will denote an
oversized letter or parcel.
The exact camp address will be available
before we depart for camp.
Every scout likes to get mail – Please pre-write a
letter and mail it on Saturday (before your son leaves
for camp) this way he gets mail early in the week.