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May 10-11, 2019
Outdoor Leader Training

Outdoor Leader Training Scheduled at Camp Chief Logan

Chief Cornstalk District will be hosting Outdoor Leader Training at BSA Camp Chief Logan on May 10 - 11 2019; all interested Scout leaders and Venturing Crews are welcome.  The camp will be available for participants to register and set up tents at 5 PM.  The program starts Friday at 7 PM and concludes on Saturday at approximately 7:00 PM.

The training will include all the material in BALOO (Basic Adult Leader Outdoor Orientation) and Introduction to Outdoor Leader Skills (Scout BSA Leaders).  Participants will be certified in one or the other upon completion of the course.  Please indicate which course you wish to be certified for when registering. 

Prior to taking the practical component, participants must have completed the online component. Both the online and the practical, must be completed in order to fulfill the “BALOO Trained” status. In the event the online component is not completed prior to the practical, the trained status is withheld until both components are successfully completed. The online portion is available through the BSA Learn Center. Log onto my.scouting.org and select the BSA Learn Center image on the right side of the home page.

All participants (staff and trainees) will pay a $15.00 fee upon arrival to cover the cost of a Cracker Barrel Friday evening, breakfast and lunch on Saturday and expendables used in training.  You are on your own for Friday supper.  Please register at the Scout Service Center or online by Monday April 29th, so that we may purchase sufficient food.  REGISTRATION IS A MUST.

DIRECTIONS: Take I-64 to Oakwood Road Exit (58A) in Charleston. Turn right onto Rt. 119 South (Corridor G).  Continue on Rt. 119 South for 36.5 miles from stoplight at South Ridge Center. Turn left at Garret Fork Road [+ mile point 38.5]. (Look for green highway sign "Boy Scout Camp"). Travel 1.5 miles. Turn right across bridge [Camp Chief Logan sign and Archway visible]; drive into camp.  Remember you are going to the Boy Scout Camp not the nearby State Park.

Prepare to come for learning and fun.

What to Bring:

_____ Tent and ground cloth                         _____ Bedding including sleeping bag/pillow

_____ Water bottle                                        _____ Flashlight/extra batteries

_____ Paper and pen or pencil                      _____ Toiletries and Towel

_____ raincoat or poncho                                 _____ hat/gloves      

_____ 2 days clothing – Consider: layers       _____ Matches

for temperature changes (could be cold

or warm) and condition changes                   

Optional to bring if you have them

_____ Uniform                                               _____ Pocket Knife

_____ Compass                                              _____ Boots

_____ Walking Stick                                       _____ Sun protection

_____ Scout Books if you have any

                        *Boy Scout Handbook            *Scoutmaster’s Handbook

                        *Webelos Handbook                          *Venturing Handbook

 

For more information contact:

Michael Cidor 304-340-3663 or cell 814-860-1562        Bonnie Starling 304-965-7680 Or contact the Council Service Center at 304-340-3663 or 1-800-272-6880.


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