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2021 Cub Scout Day Camp - REGISTRATION CLOSED

posted Apr 16, 2014, 7:57 AM by Webmaster Pack760   [ updated Jul 20, 2021, 9:00 PM ]

Cub Scout Day Camp is back this year!  Pack 760 will be attending the day camp Tues-Thurs, July 27-29, 2021 at Cunningham Park in Allen Park. Each day, the boys will typically have archery, bb guns, and several other activity stations based around the theme. This year's theme is: Weird Science.  Day Camp is for all of our registered Cub Scouts.  (Siblings are not allowed this year due to Covid-19.)

Parents are needed to help out by being walkers/chaperones for the day.  We are required to provide enough adults each day for a 2:8 ratio of parents to scouts attending (Minimum of 2).  Each day runs from about 8:30AM - 3:00PM and each boy needs to bring their own lunch and water bottle.  (Please note:  You should not need a Michigan Recreational Passport since the location has been changed.)

Required Forms : (Attached below to this page)
  • All participants (youth and adults) must submit parts A and B of a completed health form  
  • Youth Member Release and Waiver of Liability (Covid form)  
  • Adult Member Release and Waiver of Liability (Covid form)  

If you prefer to avoid the convenience fee and pay by check, please contact Martin Formosa (mformosa@yahoo.com) to make arrangements.


Cub Scout and Webelos Resident Camp 2021 Info

posted Mar 6, 2014, 6:53 PM by Webmaster Pack760   [ updated May 28, 2021, 10:51 AM ]


Webelos ONLY
Resident Camp at Camp Teetonkah Thursday July 8th - Sunday July 11th 2021. (Going into 4th or 5th Grade)

Webelos camp dates are Session #1 Thursday 07-08-2021 to Sunday 07-11-2021. Camp takes place at Camp Teetonkah, Camp Teetonkah is located in the Irish Hills of Michigan,southwest of Grass Lake. The camp consists of 240 acres on the shore of Big Wolf Lake. One of the oldest Scout camps in the country. Camp Teetonkah also offers weekend camping for Scout units. Campsites offer on site water, and are a short walk to modern indoor restrooms. The dining hall pavilion is also available to rent for your unit to use for meetings, picnics, or just some protection from the elements. Electricity and lights make using it at night very convenient.

Camp Teetonkah is located at 3710 Burkhart Road, Jackson MI 49201. - 
click here.

Fees:
  • Youth Camping Fee – $163 
  • Leader Camping Fee – $163
  • Unregistered Adult Camping Fee  - $220
  • * A fee was included to cover the paypal surcharge.












Cub Scouts Resident Camp at Gerber/Betty Ford Adventureland Wednesday August 4th - Friday August 6th 2021. (Going into 2nd or 3rd Grade)

Cub camp dates are Session #6 Wednesday 08-04-2021 to Friday 08-06-2021Betty Ford Adventureland is in the midst of the Manistee National Forest in Twin Lake Michigan and is settle on spring fed Britton Lake. Each Day Cubs Scout are guided by SUPER DEN CHIEFS to Adventure Island that features Two Forts, a lost ship, Covered Wagons, a water trampoline, Huck Finn rafts, a bouldering wall, and BB and archery Ranges. Each night their is a all camp activity after dinner and then everyone returns to Tent Village  where Cub Scouts stay in five person wall tents  and adults stay in two person tents. Both have tents cots and mattresses in them and are on a platform off the ground. 

Camp Gerber is located at 
1733 Owasippe Road | Twin Lake, MI 49457. - click here.

Fees:
  • Youth Camping Fee – $132 
  • Leader Camping Fee – $132
  • Unregistered Adult Camping Fee  - $187
  • * A fee was included to cover the paypal surcharge.















Forms
Youth are required to submit:
  1. BSA Annual Health Form A&B (for youth and adults) 
    Fill this out, attach a copy of your health insurance card and bring it to camp. https://filestore.scouting.org/filestore/HealthSafety/pdf/680-001_AB.pdf

Adults attending camp will be required to complete and/or submit the following items:

  1. Youth Protection Training (YPT)
    It is a 60 minute online course.
     It is now required for all adults attending camp. Even if you are only attending for part of a day.
    For details on YPT -- http://www.scouting.org/Training/YouthProtection.aspx

    For instructions on taking the course -- http://www.scouting.org/training/adult.aspx 
    At the end of the course, print out the certificate of completion and attach it to your Adult application. 
    Note: Current Leaders whose YPT is up-to-date do not have complete the training. YPT must be renewed every 2 years.

  2. Adult Application - Contact Jen Thomas with questions.

  3. BSA Annual Health Form A&B (for youth and adults) 
    Fill this out, attach a copy of your health insurance card and bring it to camp. https://filestore.scouting.org/filestore/HealthSafety/pdf/680-001_AB.pdf

  4. MI Registry Clearance Form DHS Updated 2021 Submit requesting results to be sent back to yourself via e-mail.

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