ScoutReach Outdoor Survival Skills (SOS) is a camp for Webelos Scouts who will be entering 4th and 5th grade during the next school year. Webelos Scouts will work on Arrow of Light rank requirements and learn skills that will be needed to earn the Tenderfoot rank when they join a troop. SOS is to help youth and their families prepare for the transition from the ScoutReach program into traditional troops near their homes in order to continue the Scouting adventure. Scouts will also enjoy archery, rifle shooting and swimming.
The registration fee is $10 for Webelos Scouts and adults. The registration fee includes meals, a t-shirt, patch, water bottle and program supplies.
Step 1 (youth and adults): Register all participants in the same family.
Step 2 (adults): Every volunteer also needs to complete a background check.
Step 1 (youth and adults): Register Step 2 (adults): Background check (ages 18+)
Youth paperwork requirements:
- Complete online registration (Step 1)
- Submit a copy of the BSA Health and Medical form (Parts A & B: All Scouting Events)
- Submit a copy of medical insurance card, front and back (if insured)
Adult paperwork requirements (ages 18+):
- Complete online registration (Step 1)
- Complete online Adult in Camp Compliance form (Step 2 background check)
- Submit a BSA Health and Medical Record (Parts A & B: All Scouting Events)
- Submit a copy of medical insurance card, front and back (if insured).
- Submit proof of Youth Protection Training (YPT) taken online at my.scouting.org. This is a mandatory requirement by the state. Certification lasts two years and must not expire prior to the last day of camp.
What to Bring to Camp
- Completed BSA Health and Medical Record
(All Scouting Events version)
- Compliance Form
- Sleeping bag or blanket
- Two towels (swimming, bath)
- Toiletries (soap, toothpaste, toothbrush, deodorant)
- Clothes, underwear and socks
- Closed-toed shoes (tennis shoes) and an old pair of shoes
- Jeans or long pants (old pair)
- Flashlight (with fresh batteries and extra set of batteries)
- Water bottle
- Hat (e.g., baseball cap)
- Religious book
- Scout Handbook
- Sleeping bag
- Shower shoes or flip-flops
- Medicated powder
Things not to bring to camp
- Electronic games / devices
- Pocket knife
- Sheath knives
- Expressive shoes, dress shoes or expensive clothes
- Excessive cash
There are several opportunities for Scouts to earn advancement at camp.
Lost and Found
Please label all items taken to camp with your child's name. Lost and found will be located at registration. Leftover items are donated to charity after camp.
All medications (with the exception of inhalers, emergency epinephrine kits, and diabetes kits) must be checked-in to the health and safety director in the first aid area by the parents of the child requiring the medications. Each medication must be in the original prescription container with only enough medication for the week, clearly labeled with the Scout’s name, dosage, and specific time(s) medication should be taken. A medication form will need to be filled out. Other than using an inhaler, Epi-pens or diabetes kits, no child should be taking any medication except while in the first aid area. Please inform the Scout's leader and the health and safety officer of any medications that need to be taken at camp. See the health and safety director at camp if there are any questions.
Notice! Please be advised that promotional videotaping/photography may be in progress at any time at an event. Your entrance constitutes your agreement that the council and district has the right to reproduce your likeness in videography/photography for promotion (e.g., publications, internet, newspaper).
For questions, contact Ronald George at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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