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Council Day Camps 2017

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Cub Scout Day Camp
“Cub Scout Day Camp Survivor”
Come learn skills that will last a lifetime in a FUN environment!
Are you up for the challenge?

 

The Heart of Virginia Council offers a number of day camp opportunities in different parts of the Council.  Scouts are encouraged to attend the camp (or camps) having the most convenient dates and location for his family.  Each camp is unique depending on the opportunities afforded by the venue and available staff, but all offer a fun, high quality camp experience at the same reasonable cost of $85.

Dates Times Location Host Staff For more information
June 19-23, 2017 8:30 am to 4:30 pm Deep Run Park
Ridgefield Parkway
Henrico 23233
Cardinal Contact: Kathi Taylor, 804-672-1665
kathi.taylor1@gmail.com
June 19-23, 2017 9:00 am to 4:00 pm Camp Justice
Powhatan Courthouse
Huguenot Trail Contact: Geoffrey Angle
434-390-0466
geoffrey.angle@scouting.org
July 24-28, 2017 3:30 pm to 9:00pm Fairfield Presbyterian Church
6930 Cold Harbor Rd.
Mechanicsville 23111
Battlefield Contact:
battlefieldscouting602@gmail.com
July 24-28, 2017 8:00 am to 3:30 pm Richard Bland College
Prince George, VA
Crater Contact: Audrey Dubealdube@gmail.com
August 1-5, 2017 8:30 am to 4:25 pm Pocahontas State Park
Algonquin Ecology Center
10301 State Park Road
Chesterfield CH 23832
Arrohattoc Contact: Nick Gebhart
gebhartscout@gmail.com

Click the following links to register for Day Camp:

Arrohattoc:

Cardinal:

Crater:

Battlefield: www.hovc.org/battlefieldscouting

Huguenot Trail:

 

What is Day Camp?

Often called “the camp that comes to the boy,” Cub Scout Day Camp is an organized five-day program for Cub Scouts and Webelos Scouts conducted by certified and trained leadership, at an approved site. What is offered is a high-quality program brought to you by many dedicated volunteers at a reasonable cost! Cub Scout Day Camps are conducted in accordance with established standards as given in the National Standards for Cub Scout Day Camps.

What is the Purpose of Day Camp?

We like to say that Day Camp is “an adventure with a purpose.” There are several purposes of the Day Camp program which include:

• Providing a continuation of the Cub Scout program through the summer
• Helping the boys maintain their interest and needs
• Giving the pack an opportunity to meet a requirement of the Summertime Pack Award
• Assisting in the recruiting and training of present and future Cub Scout leadership
• Aiding in the progress of transition from Cub Scouts to Boy Scouts
• Strengthening den and pack organizations for a better year-round program
• Having fun!


Who Attends Cub Scout Day Camp?

Cub Scout Day Camp is a unique program; it is usually the first major activity for scouts after graduation from their previous rank. At Day Camp, boys begin to work toward their next rank in the Cub Scout program and we use the same ranks to identify age groups as your pack:

• Tiger is for boys who have completed kindergarten (Each Scout requires a chaperone)
• Wolf is for boys who have completed first grade (Every 5 Scouts require a chaperone)
• Bear is for boys who have completed second grade (Every 5 Scouts require a chaperone)
• Webelos is for boys who have completed third or fourth grade (Every 5 Scouts require a chaperone)

 

What Activities Will Be Available?

Advancement has always been an important part of our Day Camps. The Day Camp programs contains a well-balanced variety of achievements, electives, and activity badges as well as opportunities to earn belt loops and pins in the Cub Scout Academic and Sports Program. Typical stations include Archery, BBs, Sports, Crafts, Cooking, Nature, and others.

 

How Much Does Day Camp Cost?

The Day Camp fee is $85 per scout (five days of attendance).  This includes a camp t-shirt and patch as well as covering all insurance costs and program materials.