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2012 Buckskin Council Cub Scout Family Camp

October 4-6, 2013
Camp Chief Logan

Where: Camp Chief Logan
When: Oct 4th – 6th
Check in will begin Friday evening 5-9pm or Saturday @ 730am.
One adult from each pack is recommended to attend the Adult Meeting in the dining hall Friday night at 930pm.
Who:  All Cub Scouts and their families (everyone attending must have a current health form)
Cost:  $6.00 per scout or tag (Sibling who participates).  No Cost for parents. Fee is $8.00 if registered after September 28th
What: Archery, BBs, Boating, Campfire, Fishing, Hiking, and possibly some animals will visit.
Cub Scouts must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. Siblings and other family members may participate.  This event bonds the entire family with an easy and fun filled camping experience.
Camp sites will be assigned by the size of campers in your group.  You may request a campsite, however there are no guarantees.
Camp staff is needed!  If you would like to help or need more information - call Colleen Sergent at 304-552-0297
REGISTRATION:  We encourage everyone to pre-register at the council office.
Pre-registration helps us plan for everyone attending. If it is at all possible, please register with the pack registration sheet, this helps us group scouts with other members of their pack.  Camp sites will be reserved on the basis of date of registration and amount of campers in the group.
All council camping rules will apply to the camp-out.  Camp rules will be posted and explained at the leader’s meeting Friday evening at 930pm.  We suggest you bring your own firewood and please observe Leave No Trace.
Vehicles: All vehicles are to be parked in the Camp Chief Logan’s designated parking lot by 9pm on Friday night.  The parking lot near the dining hall is for camp staff only.  No vehicles will be allowed to remain in the campsites unless a disabled sticker is displayed AND the disabled person is attending camp.
Tent Stakes: No Metal stakes are to be used in the area behind the dining hall to the swimming pool, from the flag area to the shelters behind the dining hall.  This is due to the shallow buried gas and water lines in the area. Please use plastic stakes if you are camping in this area.
Camp Fires:  Camp fires will only be built in existing camp fire rings. Please try to burn all wood and remove any unburned debris from the fire ring when breaking camp. Please do not burn trash in the fire ring.  Do not dispose of hot or warm ashes in the dumpster.  (Yes, we’ve had this happen.)
Meals: Campers will be responsible for bringing and cooking their own meals. This is a good time to have camaraderie with your pack and work with your Webelos on scout skills.
Fishing:  If you have your own gear, please bring it.  The camp will have some cane poles and will provide bait during your scheduled visit.
If additional information is needed, please contact the Scout Service Center at 304-340-3663 or Billy Bryant at 304-687-0476.

Council Family Camp Registration Forms
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Bsa Health Form
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For More Info please contact

Colleen Sergent

Billy Bryant

Scout Service Center

Boy Scouts of America 2829 Kanawha Blvd. East Charleston, WV 25311
Phone 304-340-3663    Fax 304-925-0533

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