Re: Cub Scout Camping Guidelines -- Camporees
- Take a look in the safety section of our district site:
I think that is what you are looking for.
Other resources on our site at:
- Check here:
I have links to both pdf and html versions on QuapawBSA.org.
--- "Dan Kurtenbach" <danielkurtenbach@...> wrote:
>In preparation for our upcoming Camporee we are responding to questions_____________________________________________________________
>about Webelos visiting, participating, and camping. Of course the
>current rules, though they have been in effect for a few years now, are
>not what everyone "remembers." I want to quote and cite the reference,
>which I think is a pamphlet called "Cub Scout Outdoor Program 2003" or
>something like that. I thought I had a scanned version, but I can't
>find it, and I thought it was in the files section of this group, but
>can't find it there either, and I won't be getting up to the Scout Shop
>this weekend. The "Age-Appropriate Guidelines" chart says "visit only,"
>but that doesn't really explain the policy, so I'd appreciate it if
>someone has the pamphlet or a web link to the policy. Thanks.
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- Thanks to all who responded.
If any of you have a connection with whoever prepares these
publications, I note that there is an error in the chart
entitled "Scouting's Camping Program -- Ever-Increasing Challenge
Out-of-Doors." The column above "Age 13" lists Boy Scout Camping,
Varsity Scout Camping, Venture Activities, and Varsity Sports.
While that is correct for Boy Scout Camping and Venture [Patrol, not
VenturING] Activities, the minimum age for Varsity Scouts is 14.