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Guilford Fall Family


Guilford Fall Family
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10/13/2020 11:55 PM
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STEAM Into

Scouting!

Guilford District

Fall Cub Family Campout

October 16 - 18, 2020

Woodfield Scout Preservation

Asheboro, NC

This registration page is for individual family registration. Click Register below!

Cubmasters sign your group up here

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FALL FAMILY CAMPOUT is an excellent opportunity for your entire family to spend a special weekend together enjoying the outdoors in a camp setting. “STEAM” into Scouting as you explore Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts & Math fun. COVID-19 SAFETY PROTOCOLS WILL BE IN EFFECT: wearing masks when not able to social distance, enhanced health screening at check-in, extra cleaning! Have a SAFE and FUN experience with your family & friends at a world-class camping facility. Activity group sizes will be adjusted to comply with existing state COVID guidelines.

 

 Who: This event is for the WHOLE family: Cub Scouts (Lions-AOL’s), siblings & parents.  Each Scout must be joined by at least one parent. Note that there will be a fair amount of walking during the weekend and the camp does not provide or permit motorized transportation within camp unless there is a documented disability. Must be pre-approved by Camp Director.

 

 When & Where: October 16-18, 2020 at Woodfield Scout Preservation, 491 Woodfield Scout Trail, Asheboro NC 27203). Families may check in on Friday Oct 16, starting at 5:00 pm. Directions are provided at www.bsaonsc.org/woodfield.html

 

 Check-In: Each family will be required to check-in before entering camp. DO NOT EXIT YOUR CAR. Temperatures will be taken while in the car If you wish to camp on Friday, check-in will start at 5:00pm and end at 9:00 pm. If you wish to come on Saturday morning, check-in will be from 7:00am—8:45am. Campsites will be preassigned by pack. Scouts and their parents can go to the assigned campsite after check-in.

 

 Meals: Food is NOT provided as part of the event fee. Most Packs will be cooking meals as a group, although due to COVID restrictions, individual food preparation is highly encouraged.

 

 Lodging: Your family will need to provide tents for your family. We recommend you work with your Cubmaster to loan you a tent if you do not currently own one. Note: when staying in tents, no youth will stay in the tent of an adult other than his own parent or legal guardian. No exceptions. Access to running water in bathrooms & showers will be available. 

 

 Activities: Throughout the day, scouts and parents will participate in archery, bb shooting, STEM activities, crafts, games, skits and a Saturday night campfire. All program supplies are included in the activity fee. Commemorative patches may be purchased separately. If you wish to fish during free time, the pond will be open.  You will need to provide your own equipment and bait.  A fishing license is NOT required for fishing in the fishing pond.

 

 Health Forms: A current BSA Annual Health & Medical form Parts A&B are REQUIRED for all parents & Scouts that are in camp. Current health forms can be found online at www.bsaonsc.org >  Scouting Resources > Scouting Forms. This is the ONLY version accepted. No person without a current form will be allowed to participate in activities or camp. **If you have turned in a medical form to your pack, We WILL NOT have a copy. You MUST bring your copy with you. NOTE: Additional COVID-related forms will be required for check-in. To: Additional COVID-related forms required for check-in:See calendar page to copy URL’s or click here for Temp Checks and Pre-Event Checklist

Those will be sent to participants after registration.

  • Each youth participant will receive program supplies. Patches may be purchased separately.
  • Walk-in participants will not be accepted. Registrations end on October 12

 

 WHAT TO BRING:

  • Food
  • Scout T-Shirt
  • Hat
  • Comfortable Footwear (must be Close Toed/Heel Shoes—Adults & Youth)
  • Weather appropriate outerwear
  • Sleep Wear
  • Water bottle
  • Day pack to carry your items
  • Bare essentials (toothpaste, toothbrush, hygiene items)
  • Sleeping Bag/Pillow/Bed Roll
  • Tent
  • Extra Blanket
  • Flashlight
  • Bug Spray/Sunscreen
  • Personal Medications/Epi Pen
  • Medical form part A & B for ALL participants
  • Your own fishing poles, gear, and bait if you wish to fish.
Cost
$10.00 per Day Pass Only Youth
$15.00 per Scouts that are camping

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