Let the week of FUN begin. The theme this year is Take Flight. You’re going to see how far things can fly? Build/Make things that fly? Watch/Observe things that fly? What makes this item be able to fly?
- Archery – How far will your arrow go? How far from the target can you be and still make a bulls eye?
- Sling Shots – How far can you make your bean fly? Can your bean make the target spin?
- Wood Shop – How cool would it be to make a paper airplane launcher? How much farther will your plane go with a launcher than just being thrown?
- Arts and Crafts – Lets make some cool things that fly. Make things to catch things that fly.
- Sports/Games – How far can you throw a ball? How high will a rocket fly?
- Water fun – How far can your water ball fly?
- Science – what and why do things fly?
- Daily Lunchtime Shows
- Music & Singing
- Easy Hiking
- Friday Family Lunch
Registration includes all activities and materials. Camp t-shirt and patch. And remember, if you want to earn the Cub Scout Outdoor Activity Patch, attending Day Camp is one of the requirements.
Day Camp is 100% volunteer run. Youth (6th grade up) and Adults are needed to make this a great camp for all!
Don’t miss out! Registration for the Day Camp is now open. Make sure to register for all attendees separately: Cub Scout, Adult Leader, or Tag. A medical form is required for each person. You will be emailed a form to complete that contains vital information. Your registration will not be complete until all of the forms are complete and you are emailed a confirmation. Return all forms within 2 weeks of online payment.
Parents-please register the Rank/Grade your scout will become in August 2016 (Tiger 1st, Wolf 2nd, Bear 3rd, Webelos-1 4th, Webelos-2 5th)**Please note that Tiger’s (boys entering 1st grade in August) must be accompanied full time by their parent/grandparent/guardian (as a volunteer) This is a BSA regulation
Be prepared to have your cub master contact information including phone number to complete registration
Are you willing to volunteer? Let us know at time of registration as there will be an opportunity to select days to help out!
Siblings of our registered cub scouts are called Tag-a-longs or “Tags” and they’re FREE (ages of 4 to 9). Tags may only attend camp if their parent is volunteering the same day. Register all Tags and please fill out and mail the medical and shooting forms as it’s BSA policy.
Adult Volunteer Refund
If your child attends camp, and you volunteer to help all five days, you will receive a $100 refund at the close of the camp season. All refunds are processed through council and may take a few weeks.
Being an Adult Volunteer is a fun and rewarding experience. But there are some requirements:
BSA Registered: To be an adult leader, you must be BSA registered, or complete an adult application (a background check is performed). The BSA Adult application may be downloaded here. You must also complete Youth Protection Training (YPT) online @ www.myscouting.org and provide proof of YPT certification (printable upon completion)< along with your adult application and medical form (see below)
Orientation- To help make this a safe, fun and memorable event for the cubs, volunteers must attend at least one orientation meetings, date and time to be announced.
You will not be allowed to volunteer at camp, unless all of the requirements above are met and all of the forms are returned, and you have received an email confirmation.
Volunteer Requirements – Youth (Young men and ladies in 6th-12th Grade)
BSA Registered- To be a youth volunteer, you must be BSA registered, or complete a Youth Application and return to the Day Camp Director. If you’re a Boy Scout, Sea Scout or Crew Member you are already BSA registered.
You’ll need a signed medical form and signed shooting sports permission slip.
Orientation- To help make this a safe, fun and memorable event for the Cubs, volunteer must attend at least one orientation meeting, date and time to be announced.
For youth undeer 13, a responsible adult such as a parent, grandparent, scout master, cub master or girl scout leader needs to be in camp with you.
Current Medical forms (completed within the last 12 months) are required for adult leaders, as well as for Scouts and siblings. After registering for Day Camp, print and complete the Personal Health and Medical Form and Permission Slip (Parts A & B). Doctor signature is NOT required – however ALL questions must be filed by guardian and signed!
REGISTRATION WILL NOT BE COMPLETE UNTIL ALL FORMS & DOCUMENTATION ARE RECEIVED.
Completed info may be mailed or hand-delivered (leave on the porch in a sealed envelope) to the address below.
Shooting Sports Permission Slip
The State of California requires that parents sign permission slips to allow their minor children to participate in the BB gun range activities. After registering for Day Camp, print and complete the Shooting Permission Form.
Send Forms to:
2 Leue Court
Concord, CA 94519