2017 Eagle Trail District Camporee Leader's Guide April 21- 23, 2017

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2017 Eagle Trail District Camporee

2017 Eagle Trail District Camporee “Shooting for the Stars”

Leader’s Guide April 21- 23, 2017 Camp James Ray Scout Reservation, Pottsboro, Texas

Event Contacts Camporee Director: Curtis Mitchell (972) 567-0224

[email protected]

2017 Eagle Trail District Camporee

Boy Scouts of America Circle 10 Council – Eagle Trail District 2017 Spring Camporee “Shooting for the Stars” Please take the time to familiarize yourself and your Scoutmaster Corps with the information contained in this packet. As this Camporee is being held at Camp James Ray Scout Reservation, there are a number of rules and regulations we must follow during this event. Also included are copies of the all the necessary forms for your use. Please take note of critical dates such as the return date for Early Registration forms. Please feel free to make duplicate copies of these forms and this booklet for your participating Adult Scouters and Scouts and have them filled out, signed and ready for inspection at check-in.

All registration must be completed and paid by April 13, 2017 to reserve a campsite for $15 per Scout/Scouter. Any registrations received in April will be an extra $7 per Scout/Scouter, making the fee $20 per Scout/Scouter. Check-in and campsite assignments will begin at 5:00pm on Friday, April 21, 2017. Please plan to attend the Cracker Barrel and Leader’s Meeting for all Scoutmasters and SPL’s at 10:00pm where any last minute changes to the program schedule will be discussed. Our staff has developed an exciting, competitive and outstanding Camporee with a Campfire program, including an Order of the Arrow Ceremony and Call-out! New this year we are setting up a Facebook page to keep track of pictures. The group name is “2017 Eagle Trail District Camporee”. Watch for an invite, as it is a closed group on Facebook. Camporee Camp Director Curtis Mitchell (972) 567-0224 ([email protected])

2017 Eagle Trail District Camporee

Membership/Participants All participants of the Camporee must be registered members of the Boy Scouts of America. All Eagle Trail District Boy Scouts, and Webelos Dens, should attend this once-ayear CAMPING event. The Troop SPL shall present a roster at check-in of all scouts attending. Units participating in this Program will need to have their Scouts divided into patrols with a minimum of 4 and a maximum of 12 Scouts per patrol. Webelos Scouts attending with Troops, can participate in the Camporee subject to the following conditions:   

Each Webelos Den must participate with a registered Boy Scout Troop. Webelos Scouts are members of a Boy Scout Patrol and may compete with that patrol All Webelos Scouts must be in full uniform (Webelos Shirt, Scout pants, socks, etc.).

Two-deep Leadership All units attending the Camporee must comply with the BSA policy requiring that “two registered adult leaders or adult and a parent of a participating Scout, one of whom must be at least 21 years of age or older, are required for all trips and outings”. Site Location We are responsible for any damage to this camp so please follow all rules so we may leave it in better condition than when we arrived. There is a map included with this packet. More information on Camp James Ray Scout Reservation can be found at the Circle 10 Council Website.: Directions Directions from Dallas: Take Highway 75 north to Denison, take exit 69 (Highway 120), and turn left at the light. Continue west on Highway 120 to Pottsboro, passing through town (staying in the left lane). At the intersection of Highway 120 and Highway 289, continue on Highway 120 for 5.1 miles. Turn left on Locust Rd (see camp direction sign), travel 1.8 miles to a 4-way stop (Paradise Store on the corner). Turn right on Mill Creek Rd, travel 2.1 miles. Camp James Ray entrance will be on the right (large stone entrance-way).

Off limits area Some portions of Camp James Ray are considered OFF-LIMITS and are to be avoided by everyone. These areas are clearly marked. Anyone found in these areas may be subject to dismissal from the camporee. Date and Arrival Time: Friday, April 21, 2017 through Sunday, April 23, 2017. Registration will begin at 5:00 P.M. on Friday. While the camporee will continue into Sunday, presentation of awards will be take place Saturday evening to accommodate those units who are required to leave Saturday night. Note that all events are subject to change, if necessary, due to bad weather.

2017 Eagle Trail District Camporee Registration Fee: All registration must be completed and paid by April 13, 2017 to reserve a campsite for $15 per Scout/Scouter. Any registrations received in April will be an extra $7 per Scout/Scouter, making the fee $20 per Scout/Scouter. Tour Permits: As Required. Uniforms: Minimum uniform standards for Friday evening and Saturday through dinner will consist of long or short pants, a Scouting T-shirt and closed toe shoes. Hats, if worn, must be Scouting hats. Field (Class “A”) uniforms are the appropriate dress for the Saturday campfire program and Sunday morning assembly. Patches: Each registered Scout and Scouter will receive a patch Saturday evening after the successful completion of the unit’s campsite inspection. Any extra patches will be sold during the weekend or thereafter at Roundtable, etc. Parking: All cars and trucks must be parked in the Parking Lot, no exceptions. Unit trailers can be parked in the campsites and can be delivered on Friday night and retrieved Sunday morning. No vehicles are allowed to drive around camp on Saturday. Only properly marked Staff or Handicapped vehicles will be permitted in camp. Vehicle permits will be provided at check-in for those allowed to travel into the Camp. Only Camp Staff and/or Handicap vehicles will be allowed into the Camp. Latrines: Please keep latrines in good shape and respect others. Latrines are spread throughout the camp. Latrines will be checked as part of the check-out procedure. Units camping near Latrines are responsible for the check-out. Water: Abundant fresh water is available at Camp James Ray. All Units should bring their own water and containers to transport the water to their campsites as needed. Tents: Units must furnish their own tents. Meals: Units are to provide all their own meals. Saturday Lunch will be provided by the District. Meals will be cooked and eaten in the campsites. Please use Leave no Trace principles when preparing and cleaning your meals. Concession Stand: The Order of the Arrow will run a concession stand on Saturday. All proceeds will serve the needs of the chapter and the scouts of Eagle Trail District. Fire Safety: Note that all liquid fuels must be handled in accordance with National Boy Scout policy, including adult supervision. Each patrol is to provide its own chemical fire extinguisher per Patrol and/or Troop cooking area. Garbage: For last couple of years we tried to make Camporee events Zero Waste. This year has the same emphasis. Trash can be left in the large trash bins at Camp James Ray before you leave. Campsites: Each Unit will be assigned a campsite adequate for the number of Scouts indicated on your Unit Registration form. Last minute additions to your Unit Roster may result in overcrowding of campsites so please have an accurate attendance count for Registration. Be reminded to have a First Aid Kit, Trash Bags, Patrol Duty Roster, Meal Planner, Unit Duty Roster and Consent to treat forms visible in your campsite. Cooking and sanitation: Each Patrol will cook by the Patrol Method, and must furnish its own food, ice, stove fuel, wood or charcoal. There is typically a single campfire ring in each campsite. Please plan to use the ring or a metal plate for your Dutch oven cooking. No ground fires outside the fire ring.

2017 Eagle Trail District Camporee All Patrols are encouraged to use charcoal or stoves (liquid or propane). BSA rules for handling of liquid or gas fuels should be followed (Guide to Safe Scouting). Health/First Aid: Unit responsibility. Major first aid problems will be handled by Camporee first aid staff, 24 hours per day. The First Aid Station will be marked with a Red Cross Flag. Please be sure to advise your patrol members of its location, to be announced at Friday’s Cracker Barrel and the Saturday morning Flag ceremony. Traditionally the First Aid Station is near the parking lot. EMERGENCY CONTACT INFORMATION In cases of emergency, the telephone number(s) to call are: General issues: Curtis Mitchell: 972-567-0224 Camp Medic: Peder Mockler, (214) 418-3120 Consent to Treat Forms: The Unit Leader must have a Class 1 Personal Health and Medical Record for each Scout participating in this Camporee. A copy of this form may be downloaded and will be examined by our Health and Safety Officer at check-in. Only the Class 1 section of this form, including the upper portion of the back page, needs to be completed and signed by a parent or guardian. However, they DO NOT need to be notarized. These forms must be kept in the Troop/Patrol area throughout the Camporee and available during the Campfire Inspection. (Form can be found at www.scouting.org/forms ) Check-out: Final check-out for everyone is to begin at 10:00am Sunday. Those not staying Saturday night must check out with the Camporee Staff after 5:00pm on Saturday. In either case, Camporee Inspection and Camporee Evaluation forms must be completed and returned before you receive your patches and check-out packet. Units camping near Latrines are responsible for cleaning them before checkout. Camporee Evaluation: Please fill out the included Camporee Evaluation and return it at check-out. Be fair and honest in your opinions as they will have a bearing on future Camporees. All suggestions or improvement are greatly appreciation. Patrol Flag Contest: Each patrol is encouraged to enter its flag in a competition to find the best patrol flag at the Camporee. Every patrol which enters a flag will receive a bonus in the Best Overall Patrol competition. Although every flag will receive a bonus, flags that are constructed entirely by Scouts will receive the largest bonus, and flags which have obviously been hastily prepared at camp will receive the smallest bonus. Along with the flag, the Patrol Leader must turn in an entry form, stating what work on the flag (if any) was done by adults. The amount of work done by adults, instead of scouts, will be considered in the judging of the flags. Awards will be given in each category of patrol classification. Flags must be turned in to the HQ on Saturday by 9:00 A.M., accompanied by an entry form and should be picked up at 5:00 P.M. 100% Participation Award: Each patrol and each unit should strive to earn the 100% participation award at the Camporee. For a patrol to earn this award, the patrol must compete in all patrol events (for its category of patrol) and enter a patrol flag in the flag contest. For a troop to earn the award, every patrol in the unit must earn the award and the troop must participate in the campsite inspection. Judges: Adult leaders and parents from each troop may be solicited to help judge events. Leaders are encouraged to accompany patrols to the events for support and cheering, but not participation. Adults not with Units assigned to the events will assist those Units. Additional assignments will be made at the Friday evening cracker barrel. Buglers: Any Scouts who can play taps, reveille, call to colors, etc. on their bugles are encouraged to bring their bugles and check in with the Camporee staff on Friday evening.

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Camporee Structure: The Camporee offers three tracks for Scouts Patrols. 1) Trail to First Class activities, 2) Patrol Competitions and 3) High Adventure activities for scouts 14 and up (with Scoutmaster permission)

Camporee Specific instructions: Patrol Classifications Each patrol in every troop is strongly encouraged to participate in every patrol competition. In order to allow patrols to compete on their own level, competitions will be judged separately among New Scout Patrols, Experienced Scout Patrols, and Senior Patrols. A New Scout Patrol must not have any scouts above Tenderfoot rank. This type of patrol is intended for relatively young scouts who have joined the troop recently and are still learning their basic Scout skills. An Experienced Scout Patrol mostly contains scouts who are first or second class. A Senior Patrol consists of a majority of older, more experienced scouts, of star rank or above. In order to give every patrol a fair chance to compete, Scoutmasters and Senior Patrol Leaders are urged to ensure that each patrol in their troop competes in the appropriate category. To compete for awards, a patrol should have a minimum of four (4) scouts due to the rules of most events. Patrol Leaders should ensure that all patrol members compete in some events by alternating scouts between events, and should ensure that scouts do not participate in activities beyond their abilities. A description of the events follows. Except where noted, all events are the same for all patrol categories. Scouts may bring and use their Handbooks for all events. Patrol Competitions To better participate in the Patrol competitions, each Scout should carry with them the following items: water bottle, pen or pencil, walking stave (optional), Scout handbook, towel and any other items they feel would help in competitions. And don't forget "Scout Spirit". Patrol Flag Contest: This event is only a Bonus Point event for Best Overall Patrol. Event: Each patrol is encouraged to enter its flag, on a flagpole, in a competition to find the best Patrol flag at the Camporee. This event does count toward 100% participation. All flags are to be constructed entirely by Scouts, and on a pole to carry the flag. The pole is part of the entry and should be as creative as the actual flag. The Patrol Leader must turn in an entry form with his flag. Awards will be given in each category of Patrol according to the attach criteria. Flags should be turned in at the VOA Staff Location by 9:00 AM, accompanied be an entry form, and may be picked up at 5:00 PM. Scoring: Please see attached criteria. Camporee Structure: The Camporee offers three tracks for Patrols 1) Trail to First Class activities, 2) Patrol Competitions and 3) High Adventure activities for scouts 14 and up (with SM permission).

Trail to First Class activities The trail to first class is designed for those new scouts in the troop that are looking to hone and achieve their trail to first class requirements. These activities are not competitive by nature and will not count towards overall troop scoring at the camporee.

Patrol Competitions

2017 Eagle Trail District Camporee

Activities are primarily designed for Competition between Patrols and ultimately units. The following list of events are planned, however they are subject to change. All activities are designed to be fun with a purpose of practicing scout skills. All activities are handled by Scout units, they will arrange for the activity and provide scoring of the activity. There are a total of 6 Activities. All Activities will be at or near the Camp James Ray Rifle, Shotgun and Archery Ranges. Archery Best Overall Patrol Event Items needed by patrol: Bows and Arrows provided by the Camp. Event: Archery Scoring: Scoring based on Target hit and location on the target. Fire Building Best Overall Patrol Event Items needed by patrol: none Event: Build a Fire using one match. Scoring: quickest Sharp Instruments Best Overall Patrol Event Items needed by patrol: Instruments provided by Troop Event: Totin chip is available there. Scoring: Accuracy. Tomahawk Throw Best Overall Patrol Event Items needed by patrol: Tomahawks provided by Troop. Event: Throwing tomahawk. Scoring: Accuracy. Rifle Best Overall Patrol Event Items needed by patrol: Rifles and Ammo provided by Camp. Event: Rifle shooting with .22 at 50 feet. Scoring: Target Scored for each participant. Shotgun Best Overall Patrol Event Items needed by patrol: Shotguns and Ammo provided by Camp. Event: Shotgun shooting at clay pigeons. Scoring: Number hit out of total shots.

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Unit Competitions Our 4th Annual “Build it and bring it.” This year will be a “Scout Powered Go Kart”. Build your unit’s Go Kart, bring it and compete with others. Event Rules Race Course: The racecourse will be set up at the camp waterfront. It will be on the beach if the water is low and on the grass if the water is high. The racecourse will be about 40 - 50 yards long and have turns. At the half waypoint, the car will be turned around and the boys will reverse their roles as driver and pusher. Winners of each race will be announced and the winners will continue until there is a final winner using the double elimination system. Race Day Rules: • • • • • • • • • • • •

Each Go Kart will be checked for length, width, front end and steering compliance specifications as outlined below. Two scouts will compete in each race. One will push and one will steer. They will swap at the half waypoint. Since both will be riding, each must wear a helmet. Each race must have different scouts competing. Every team must have its own car (cars cannot be shared among teams). Both axels of the car must completely cross the end line before the car is turned around. Go Karts must stop with wheels within five feet of the exchange lines. The judges will disqualify teams who exchange too far away from the line. Go Karts should not cross over the sidelines. Minor crossovers on the sidelines will not be subject to disqualification. However, judges will use their discretion to determine disqualification of teams who are steering out of control or in an unsafe manner. Races will be run double elimination. If a team misses its race, the race will not be rerun. Keep in mind that it is possible for a car to lose its first two races and be eliminated at that point. Any disputes about what lane a car is to run in will be resolved with a coin toss. Each Rider must wear a helmet. Standard Bicycle helmets are acceptable.

Go Kart Specifications: • • • • • • • • • • •

If a car does not meet requirements, it will not be permitted to race. No exceptions. Length (axle to axle): 60" maximum, 42" minimum Axle width (outside tire to outside tire): 48" max, 24" minimum Front axle must be secured to frame with nuts and bolts so not to work loose. A steering block must be installed on the frame (1/8" inch is highly suggested) on the front axle to limit steering (for safety purposes, so racer does not run over anyone) Steering will be done with both hands and feet using a rope fastened to the front axle and feet resting on the front axle. No other steering method will be permitted. Wheels: wheel/tire combination shall not exceed 16" outside diameter Wheels must be secured with cotter pins, double nuts, or lock nuts. Construction: cars need to be made of wood, assembled with screws or nuts and bolts. No nails will be permitted on any part of the car and no cars made of pipe of any kind. Brakes are allowed. (Note: changed from original spec for safety) Seat: must have a sturdy seat with a backrest (seat belts not required or recommended). Push bar: must be installed at back of the Go Kart.

2017 Eagle Trail District Camporee Campsite Inspection Campsite inspections will be scored as a unit event for Best Overall Unit and will be 20% of the overall unit score. Each unit will be responsible for providing their fire protection Troops will share campsites, but should be separated so they may be judged separately. Please designate so judges can distinguish between the two. Units may earn up to 10 extra points if the tent flaps are left open for inspection. Judges will not enter tents, but will look inside for neatness and hazards. Inspections will include youth and adult camping areas. Inspections will follow the attached criteria and will be conducted between 9:00 AM and 11:50 AM on Saturday.

Explanation of Scoring for Patrol Competition After the competition, each type of patrol at the Camporee will be ranked, i.e., if 25 experienced Scout patrols are present, those patrols will be ranked 1st through 25th in each of the events. A patrol that does not compete in an event will be ranked five places lower than the last patrol’s place in that event. The places will then be used as point values in determining places for the overall events. Thus, a patrol with the first, fourth, seventh, eight, tenth, thirteenth, and twenty-fourth places in the individual competitions would score 1+4+7+8+10+13+24= 67 points. Every patrol which enters a Scout-made flag in the patrol flag contest will have ten points subtracted from its score, patrols which enter flags not made by Scouts will have five points subtracted from their score, and patrols which enter flags which are obviously last-minute crudely made will have 1 point subtracted from their score (whether scout-made or not). Thus, if the patrol above entered a Scout made flag, their final score would be 67 – 10= 57 points. The patrols will then be ranked based on the total scores. Note that in this scoring system, the lower the points, the better the score. In case of a tie for first, second, or third place in the overall patrol competition, the winning patrol will be the patrol with the most first place scores in the events. If still tied, the number of second places will be used, then third places, etc. until the tie is broken. The patrol which wins the tie-breaker will be given the place and the other patrol will be given the next lower place. Explanation of Scoring in the Unit Competition Unit score for patrol competitions – New Scout patrols, Experienced Scout patrols, and Senior patrols will have been ranked for overall best patrol competition. Each patrol will then have point values assigned based on their ranking among their peers and based on the number of separate teams in their categories. Point values will be assigned so that first place is always worth one point and last place in each of the three categories is worth approximately the same amount. Thus, if 19 traditional patrols compete and 7 New Scout patrols compete, the 1st through 7th places among the New Scouts patrols will be worth 1,4,10,13,16, and 19 points. The average of the overall patrol point values for all patrols in the unit will be computed, and units will be ranked for their overall patrol competition result. Best Overall Unit--The best overall unit award will be given to the best troop camping at the Camporee, based on the results of the unit scores for (a) Patrol Events and (b) Campsite Inspection. The best overall unit will be determined by adding the rankings for each of the Patrol Events and Campsite Inspection, with the following weights applied: unit score for patrol competitions will count as 80% of the overall award, campsite inspection 20%. In case of a tie for first, second, and third place, the tie will be broken by the unit score in patrol events. If a tie remains, the average number of first places among all patrols in each unit, then by second places, etc., will break the tie.

2017 Eagle Trail District Camporee Supplies Required It is the unit's responsibility to provide everything that will be needed to run the event. Since your unit will be running the event it is important that you determine what you need to run it successfully. Please prepare to set up enough stations so we will not get backed up throughout the day. If there is something required from district, please contact Curtis Mitchell. Currently the district will provide the following items:

Saturday Cracker Barrel Dutch oven “Iron Chef Cook-off”: This year’s Saturday night cracker barrel will be an opportunity for all units (including Varsity and Venture Crews) to demonstrate their special Dutch oven recipes. Your Camporee staff will provide drinks, and their own special treats to compliment this cracker barrel, but it will be up to the Troops to make it memorable! All Units may cook a desert or a main course dish, it is up to you! Those coming to the Cracker Barrel should bring their own mess kits. We will have a registration for all units competing in Dutch Oven Cook-off, to fill in at check-in on Friday night. This should be completed and turned into Camporee HQ by 6:00pm on Saturday to be eligible for prizes. Ribbons will be awarded in the following manner:  

Best Scout Entry Best Adult Scouter Entry

Adult Training Scoutmaster Position-Specific Training (4 1/2 Hour Course) The course will provide Scoutmasters with the basic information and tools they need to lead successful Boy Scout troops. Scoutmasters and assistant Scoutmasters who complete this course, Introduction to Outdoor Leader Skills, and Youth Protection Training are considered "trained" for those positions. Cap on attendees is 18. Face-to-Face Youth Protection Training Are you or do you have adults/leaders in your unit that expect to participate in or stay at organized camps for BSA activities in the state of Texas for longer than 1 or 2 days/nights? This includes Boy Scout Summer/Winter camps and Cub Scout Day camps. Then this course is required for you!!! Face-to-Face Youth Protection Training is a 1 hour class taught in person by a certified instructor which covers the details of how to recognize and prevent child abuse. The principal difference over the online version is that it is taught in a classroom session in an interactive way allowing for discussion within the group and is required by the State of Texas prior to your participation in camp. A written test will be administered as a part of the training and requires a passing grade in order to receive your certificate.

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Campsite Inspection Campsite Inspection Form

Troop # ________

Description Fire Safety followed: Firefighting equipment available for each fire Source (such as fire extinguishers) for gas stoves and Charcoal/liquid fuel safely and properly stored.

Max. Points 0 –10

Troop and American flags properly displayed

0 – 10

Campsite free of motorized vehicles and hazards (such as wood tools on ground, clotheslines less than six feet above the ground, unattended fires, unmarked tent or tarp lines in major walkways of the campsite)

0 - 20

First aid kit properly marked, adequately stocked, readily available in a central location Cooking area and equipment clean, neat and properly Stored and Menu and patrol duty roster posted

0 – 10

Campsite free of litter and garbage properly stored and off the ground Tents and tarps pitched properly and personal gear clean and properly stored

0 – 15

Unit Site perimeter properly Marked with a Camp gadget present

0 – 10

No Scouts and no more than one adult in the campsite during activities

0–5

Overall campsite score

0 – 100

Name of inspector:

Time of inspection:

Inspector’s notes and comments:

0 – 10

0 – 10

Score

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Unit History Display Rating Form

Troop # ______

Description

Max Points

Unit is easily identified (includes unit number, chartered org., district, council, and pack or troop) Includes unit apparel (t-shirts, neckerchiefs, unit specific patches, hats, etc. Quality construction and workmanship/creativity (overall look) Contains pictures, timeline of unit history, Eagle Scouts, etc.

0 – 20

List of community service projects including Eagle projects

0 – 10

Display contains awards and recognition the unit has received during the past year Unit Historian or his designee is present during judging

0 – 10

Overall Score

0 – 100

Name of Judge

Time of judging

Patrol Flag Competition Rating Form

Troop # ______

0 – 10 0 – 20 0 – 20

0 – 10

Patrol Name ___________

New Scout___, Experienced___, Senior Patrol___ Category (check one) Description

Max Points

Quality of construction and workmanship for flag and flagpole Craftsmanship, proper knots, lashings and tied correctly Overall appearance, including Patrol name and unit number Entry form completed and turned in

0 – 20

Originality and evidence of Scout only construction

0 – 20

Overall Score

0 – 100

Name of Judge

Score

Score

0 – 20 0 – 20 0 – 20

Time of judging

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LEADER INFORMATION A. LEADER MEETING The designated Adult and Scout Leaders at your campsite (preferably the Scoutmaster and SPL) must attend the Leader Meeting at the cracker barrel at 10:00pm on Friday. At that time, any questions on check-in materials received or on the schedule of activities may be discussed. Additional information on activities or schedule changes will also be presented at that time.

B. LEADERSHIP CORPS Each unit is expected to provide one or two Scouts to participate on the leadership corps. The leadership corps will be responsible for building the running the Campfire program, help run the flag ceremonies and help to coordinate camporee activities.

C. OPENING We will have an opening ceremony including flag raising and invocation at 8:00am on Saturday. We are asking that every Troop carry their American, Troop and Patrol flags to this ceremony and to be in scout field uniforms.

D. SKIT AUDITIONS Typically Skits are auditioned by the Camporee staff and leaders, this year we will be asking Unit Leaders to verify their unit’s skit or skits to be scouting appropriate.

E. MAIN CAMPFIRE We anticipate another spectacular and dynamic campfire Saturday evening. The Haokah Chapter of the Mikanakawa Lodge of the Order of the Arrow will be there in full regalia, and an OA Guide will lead Scouts to the campfire for the opening and call out with the campfire to follow. There will also be plenty of skits and songs, so bring a chair and be prepared for a good time! Following the campfire, there will be a Brotherhood Ceremony.

F. AWARDS Ribbons will be awarded for all Troops and Patrols attending and participating at the Camporee. Ribbons will be awarded for all events based on how well they complete their skills as a Patrol as well as Patrol spirit, with 1st, 2nd and 3rd places for each stop or event. We will also have 1st, 2nd and 3rd place ribbons for TOP TROOP AND TOP PATROLS!

G. SUNDAY SERVICE Religious services will be held Sunday morning at 8:45am. Please come, it is important we leave the Camporee with thanks that we have had the opportunity to participate and to experience the fellowship of Camporee camping.

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2017 Eagle Trail District Camporee “Shooting for the Stars” April 21 – 23, 2017

UNIT REGISTRATION FORM Troop/Crew ____________ Scoutmaster/Advisor _______________________ Phone __________________________ Address ________________________________________, __________TX _____________ Assist. SM/Advisor _______________________ Phone __________________________ Total Scouts Attending _________ x $15.00 ($20.00 after 4/13/17) = $ ______________ Total Adults Attending _________ x $15.00 ($20.00 after 4/13/17) = $ _____________ Total Troop Attendance _______

Total Amount Due = $ ___________

Estimated number of Patrols _____________________

Early Registration is due by April 13, 2017

MAKE CHECK PAYABLE TO: Circle 10 PLEASE NOTE ON THE CHECK THAT IT IS FOR THE 2016 EAGLE TRAIL DISTRICT CAMPOREE SEND COMPLETED UNIT APPLICATION & THE REGISTRATION FEE TO: EAGLE TRAIL DISTRICT 2017 CAMPOREE REGISTRATION 5600 US HWY 75 SOUTH FAIRVIEW, TEXAS 75069

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2017 Eagle Trail District Camporee UNIT REGISTRATION FORM #2

“Shooting for the Stars” April 21-23, 2017

Please type or print all information UNIT __________________

DATE ___________________

UNIT CONTACT NAME _______________________________ PHONE ________________________ E-MAIL _______________________ PATROL NAMES

Classification (S,E,N)

1. ______________________________

__________

2. ______________________________

__________

3. ______________________________

__________

4. ______________________________

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5. ______________________________

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6. ______________________________

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7. ______________________________

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8. ______________________________

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S= Senior, E= Experienced, N=New Patrol

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2017 Eagle Trail District Camporee “Shooting for the Stars”

Friday, April 21, 2017 5:00 pm – 9:30 pm Check in at Registration, Campsite setup 10:00 pm – 10:30 pm Scoutmaster and SPL Cracker Barrel 10:45 pm – 11:00 pm Staff meeting 11:00 pm TAPS – Scouts in tents and quiet Saturday, April 22, 2017 6:30am Reveille 6:30 – 8:00am BREAKFAST at Campsites 8:00am Camporee Opening & Flag Raising (Official BSA Uniform, Unit and Patrol Flags) 8:30am – 12:30pm Patrol Events 12:30am – 2:00pm LUNCH at Activities Center 2:00pm – 4:00pm Patrol Events 4:00pm – 5:00pm Scout Powered Go Kart (Unit competition) 5:00pm – 6:30pm DINNER at Campsites 5:00pm Early Departure Check-out HQ Area 6:00pm – Drop off Dutch oven entries 6:30pm Flag Lowering (Official BSA Uniform, Unit and Patrol Flags) 7:00pm OA Call Out and Camporee Campfire Camporee Awards, OA Call Out, Brotherhood walk after OA Call Out 10:00pm Scoutmaster/SPL Staff Cracker Barrel HQ Area Dutch oven Award 11:00pm TAPS – Scouts in tents and quiet Sunday, April 23, 2017 6:30am Reveille 8:45am Interfaith Worship HQ Area 10:00 am – 11:00 am Break Camp & Checkout with VOA

Order of the Arrow There will be an Order of the Arrow call-out during the Camporee Campfire. There will also be a Brotherhood Walk opportunity and Induction Ceremony after the OA Call Out.

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2017 Eagle Trail District Camporee Leader's Guide April 21- 23, 2017

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