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2012 Cub-O-Ree: Oct 05 - Oct 07 (Siblings Welcome)

posted Aug 13, 2012, 12:44 AM by Cub Master   [ updated Aug 13, 2012, 1:36 AM ]
The Chattahoochee District presents the 2012 Cub-O-Ree - "The International Games"
 
Registration for the Cub-O-Ree: http://www.pack236.com/2012cuboreeregister 

$10 per attendee, $40 max per family can be by cash, check, or PayPal.


Purpose of the Cub-O-Ree: Scouting is outing! No scout should forego the pleasure and reward of an outdoor experience in any season. With proper preparation, activities can be quite valuable in all facets of a scouts' personal growth. It is the intent of this program to present units in the Districts an opportunity for an adventuresome and vigorous outdoor experience. 

Association with scouts in other units fosters a feeling of fellowship and better understanding among all scouts and scouters present. Remember that Cub Scouts is for families. The Cub-O-Ree not only invites Cub Scouts, but siblings are welcome also. All of the activities are designed where anyone (boys and girls) over the age of 5 will be able to participate. Our ultimate goal is to combine everything to give the scouts the opportunity to continue striving for the highest possible level of scouting achievement and to have FUN.

Check-in for the Cub-O-Ree at Woodruff Scout Camp starts after 5:00PM on Friday, October 5th.  The campsite location will be posted at the front of the Woodruff Scout Camp.

Overview:
A) Registration is required by Sunday, September 30th and is $10 per attendee with a max of $40 per family to cover most (but not all) of the costs. The Registration fee includes includes Cub-O-Ree activity supplies, patch’s, awards and food Saturday Lunch - Sunday Breakfast.

B) The Cub-O-Ree events will consist of various skill stations along a pre-determined course. At each station an "Olympic Volunteer" will lead the group in the selected activity which will last 50 minutes. At the end of the session, a horn will sound to indicate the time to move to the next session. Each group will have 10 minutes to travel the course to their next determined station.

C) There will be 6 different stations including BB range, Archery, Cricket, Le Mans Racing, Fishing, Soccer and more! The stations will vary based on the ranks of the participants in the groups. It will be important that Scouts in different ranks remain separated. For example the “activity” in the Tiger/Wolf station will be targeted towards achievements for their specific ranks. Tigers & Wolves will not be able to participate with the Bears & Webelos.

D) We need "Olympic Volunteers" to run the stations. For every 8-registered scouts, we will ask for 1-adult volunteer. A volunteer will be asked to run a station for 2-sessions at a time and will not be asked to run a station for the entire day. (Please note that you must be BSA certified to run the BB station). The volunteer list is required upon registration. Volunteers will be contacted the week of September 30th with assignments and needs.

E) We will have pack lunches for the scouts that will be eaten on the trail.

F) The International Trading Post will be open after Session 1 and will have a small selection of snacks and other items at a minimal cost.

G) A Voluntary Hike, led by the International Games Leader, will be held from 4:30pm-5:30pm on Saturday. Those interested will meet at the flag poles.  (This fulfills a Tiger requirement)

H) A Voluntary Craft Station will be open from 4:30-6:00pm.  There will be International Games themed crafts to make and take home.

I) Packs will be required to pack out their trash. You are aware of “Leave No Trace”. 
 
J)  No vehicles are allowed in camp sites overnight – any night. No vehicles are permitted to be driving past the main parking lot between 8:00am and 5:00pm Saturday.

K) The Plumbing will be on at all of the facilities. The Camp Director and the Ranger will have the combinations and will provide the rules

L) Remember to pack appropriately. This will be October in the mountains. It WILL be cool at night.

L)  Before camping, please review pages 22-26, 38-40, and 52-53 of the Guide to Safe Scouting.  http://www.scouting.org/filestore/pdf/34416.pdf

M. Patches will be issued either at the evening campfire or the October District Roundtable.

Schedule of Activities

OCTOBER 5, 2011
FRIDAY
05:00 – 10:30 CAMPSITE SET-UP
10:30PM        UNITS AT CAMPSITES / QUIET TIME

OCTOBER 6, 2011
SATURDAY
07:00 – 08:35 UNIT BREAKFAST AND CLEAN-UP
08:35 – 08:45 TRAVEL TIME TO OPENING CEREMONIES
08:45 – 09:20 OPENING CEREMONIES (@ PIRRUNG AMPHITHEATER)
09:20 – 09:30 TRAVEL TIME TO STATION ONE
09:30 – 10:20 STATION ONE
10:20 “INTERNATIONAL TRADING POST” IS OPEN
10:20 – 10:30 TRAVEL TIME TO STATION TWO
10:30 – 11:20 STATION TWO
11:20 – 11:30 TRAVEL TIME TO STATION THREE
11:30 – 12:20 PM STATION THREE
12:20 – 01:00 LUNCH
01:00 – 01:10 TRAVEL TIME TO STATION FOUR
01:10 – 02:00 STATION FOUR
02:00 – 02:10 TRAVEL TIME TO STATION FIVE
02:10 – 03:00 STATION FIVE
03:00 – 03:10 TRAVEL TIME TO STATION SIX
03:10 – 04:00 STATION SIX
04:00 – 07:15 UNIT REST TIME / UNIT SUPPER / CLEAN-UP
04:30 – 05:30 VOLUNTARY HIKE
04:30 – 06:00 VOLUNTARY CRAFT STATION OPEN

07:15 – 07:30 TRAVEL TIME TO CAMPFIRE (@ PIRRUNG AMPHITHEATER)
07:30 – 08:30 DISTRICT CAMPFIRE (light snacks available for sale)
08:30 – 09:30 VOLUNTARY ASTRONOMY PROGRAM AT MAIN FIELD
09:30 – 09:45 RETURN TO UNIT CAMPSITES
09:45 – 10:30 UNITS AT CAMP SITE
10:30    QUIET TIME

OCTOBER 7, 2011
SUNDAY
07:00 – 08:45 AM UNIT BREAKFAST AND CLEAN-UP
08:45 – 09:00 TRAVEL TO OPTIONAL WORSHIP SERVICE
09:00 – 09:30 ECUMENICAL SERVICE
09:30 – 11:00 UNIT SITE CLEAN-UP / CHECK-OUT / DRIVE HOME SAFELY

Directions & Map  to Woodruff:

Site Map of Woodruff Scout Reservation:
Please print and bring a copy with you


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