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2003 CAMPING OPPORTUNITIES

The fondest memories for all Scouts are their experiences at camp. Summer camp for the Boy Scouts and Resident Camp and Day Camp for the Cub Scouts are the times the boys and adults will remember most. If your unit has not made plans to attend one of these camping opportunities yet, there is still time. All of the dates for camp are in the Council Calendar. Pleas contact the Volunteer Training & Resource Center with questions and for registration information. Let’s make some lasting memories and have your Scouts attend camp in 2003.

Boy Scout Troop 38, sponsored by Calvary United Methodist Church will be camping in Iroquois Campsite, during Session 4 from July 6 to July 12, 2003. Anyone wanting to attend camp with the troop, please contact Scoutmaster Jerry Lloyd any Monday night at the church. Boy Scout Camp fees are: $155 for boys and $55 for adults. Payments are due in three increments – March 1, 2003-$55, April 25, 2003-$55, and May 23, 2003-$45.

Cub Scout Resident Camp Fee is $90 for boys and $35 for adults – Camp dates are Session 1-July 30-August 2, Session 2-August 3-6, and Session 3-August 6-9. Payments should be made April 25, 2003-$30, May 23, 2003-$30, and June 27, 2003-$30. Contact the Scout Office at 432-9593 for more information.

 

ATTENTION – BOYS AGE 10-1/2 TO 17

Scoutmaster Robert Nave (747-1888), Assistant Scoutmaster Troy Schlie (450-6844), and the boys of Boy Scout Troop 22, sponsored by the South West Conservation Club, 5703 Bluffton Road, invite you to come join in the fun and adventure of being a Boy Scout. Go camping, hiking, and canoeing. Learn to build fires without matches. Learn how to prepare delicious meals using the hot coals from your campfire. Learn how to safely handle axes and knives. Learn how Mother Nature can feed you from her bountiful supply for free. Troop 22 meets at the South West Conservation Club house weekly on Tuesday evenings from 7pm to 8:30pm. Bring your parents and come on over.

The Waynedale News Staff
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