Fees are transferable but non-refundable. Contact the Council to transfer fees, if necessary.
Here is what the Human Kendama maybe:
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To provide Cub Scouts an opportunity to experience the fun and adventure of going camping. Cub Scouts will have the opportunity to earn Belt Loops and work on Rank Requirements.
WHAT TO PACK
Camping Gear (tent, tarp for under tent, sleeping bag, sleeping pad, camp chair, extra blankets, pillow, flashlight, lantern, headlamp, canteen or water bottle, sunscreen, insect repellent, rain gear, hat, towel/wash cloth, sweatshirt or jacket, personal items and toiletries, roll of toilet paper, trash bag, snacks). Field Uniform, Activity Uniform or Cub Scout colored attire (blue and gold). Note: The site does NOT allow easy up tent stakes. If you do not own a tent, see if you can borrow one before you buy one. We don’t have extra tents available.
Cost includes Friday night S’mores, Saturday breakfast and lunch, Patch, lanyard, program badge, camping fees. Note:YOU are responsible for bringing your own dinner Friday night. You may bring it to camp ready to eat or eat it before you arrive. You will not be able to cook your own food or have a place to prep personal meals at this event.
Camp opens at 4:00pm on Friday. Upon arrival please park your vehicle and unload then proceed directly to the Registration table. Vehicles will NOT BE PERMITTED on the field area at any time. Be prepared to walk everything from your vehicles to your campsite.
Cub Scouts must be accompanied by a minimum of one responsible adult family member who is 18 years of age or older.
Please provide both A and B Medical Forms upon registration. A medical professional will be on-site.