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Time of Arrival:

The Pow Wow begins on Thursday, July 15, 2011 at noon. In order to register, each outpost must have the following:

Copy of pre registration form with cancelled check (if possible.)

A completed registration form.

A bank check or money order or cash for balance of monies due.

Permission Slips and Medical release forms for each boy attending.

Staff Application forms or renewals (on file) and clearance forms for each leader.

       (to confirm your staff application on file CONTACT JOHN GINGERICH AT JSGINGERICH@VERIZON.NET

Documentation of church insurance and policy number.

Automobile registration information.

Mileage traveled (for travel award.)

‘Best In Camp” Participants;  Your Outpost Camp Set-up begins after noon on Thursday, after your outpost has cleared the Registration Process and you are escorted to your campsite by the Senior Guide. Do NOT set up early.



After unloading, park your vehicles in the designated location.  Follow directions of the parking attendant.

Place a note with large print, indicating the drivers name and outpost number on the dash board near the inspection sticker.  (Cell Phone # might be helpful as well)


Must stop at Headquarters to be issued an ID tag or sticker.

Visitors, who have been cleared, are welcome at the pageantry.

Campsite Location

Will be assigned as outposts arrive and have registered.

Environment Conservation:  

(Low impact.) Use common sense with grease pits. Do not make the hole excessively large.

Be sure to build campfires “the Ranger way.”

Be sure the ground is replaced and the sod is intact when you are finished. Do not dig a latrine.

Campsite Cleanup & Inspection:

Prior to your departure, your campsite will be inspected.

To protect our lawn equipment, be sure stones and wood is removed from the field and placed in the forest.

Pow Wow patches will be given and the Medical Power of Attorney forms will be returned to you at the completion of inspection of your campsite.

If you have less than 3 hours to drive to get home, please give us a hand breaking down the camp. Bring along a hammer and pry-bars and plan to work about an hour or less. When we get the help, the camp gets cleaned very quickly. Thank you in advance.

Camp Safety and Security:

Please abide by the rules.

Obey those in authority in camp.  They have all of the camper’s safety in mind.  

Safety classes when provided are mandatory. See Pow Wow schedule and/or bulletin board.  We may do a general safety class on Thursday evening before the talent show.  We will review the camp rules and demonstrate the “Emergency” sound and discuss emergency formations.

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