Re: OWL Training Question
- --- In email@example.com, "Kent Wolfe" <kentw@...> wrote:
>My council (read: your mileage may vary) has decided that as long as there are AGE
> I found verbiage to that effect in the OLSWL materials.
> Under Webelos Scout Outdoor Program:
> "Webelos Scouts may visit camporees or other Boy Scout events but may
> not compete or stay overnight. If a den is invited, plan to visit for
> part of the day so the Webelos Scouts get a taste of the cool things in
> Boy Scouting"
> Under Webelos-to-Scout Transition Plan:
> "Visiting a camporee or district/council Boy Scout event as daytime
> guests of the troop."
APPROPRIATE ACTIVITIES staffed by SEPARATE STAFFS, the Webelos are allowed to join the
camporee, and spend the night -- following Webelos rules for camping.
In fact, this spring at our Council Camporee -- we've invited ENTIRE PACKS to join us.
There's separate age appropriate activities for the Cub Scouts who join us. The Packs may
spend the night as long as they follow proper procedures and have a BALOO trained
person on hand at all times.
So, if you *REALLY* want your younger Scouts to attend - talk to your Council Camping
committee, be prepared to make a commitment to provide activities for the youth, and go
- Juniata Valley Council
- In a message dated 4/10/2006 2:07:03 P.M. Eastern Daylight Time,
So, if you *REALLY* want your younger Scouts to attend - talk to your
committee, be prepared to make a commitment to provide activities for the
youth, and go
I agree totally as a district we have run a joint camporee for both Boy
Scouts and Cub scouts. Same theme but different activities.
Every Cub Scout deserves a Trained Leader
Tri-Valley Cub Training Chair
I used to be an Antelope
Hudson Valley Council
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