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Every person in camp MUST attend all assemblies, services, Council Fires and formations. Be sure that you adhere to each day’s schedule. We will take a head count at every assembly.

USE THE BUDDY SYSTEM. TAKE EXTRA COUNTS OF YOUR BOYS THROUGHOUT THE DAY.

CAMPING NOTES

Cut and Chop Class

Boys must have a cut and chop card if they are to use a knife or axe in camp. Use of these camp tools is restricted to the designated tool areas in campsite only. If a tool is needed outside camp to gather firewood etc., a commander must be present with the boy(s) and the boy(s) using the tool must have a cut and chop card.

Medical Emergencies

An EMT will be on duty at all times. Any medical problem (boys or men) should be taken to the first aid station for immediate attention. This is a must, not only for the wellness of the individual, but for insurance purposes. Here is why we need the Limited Power of Attorney form. This form will be on file in the first aid station for easy access by the medical staff.

Medicine

If you have medication that requires refrigeration, please see the EMT on duty. Also, register all prescription medicines with him.

Security Patrol:

The security team will consist of:

A Pow Wow Staff Leader  (Security Officer)

JLTC graduates

Commanders.

This staff is integral to the smooth running of the camp. They will provide directions and assist wherever they can to maintain order.  PLEASE GIVE THIS STAFF THE RESPECT THEY DESERVE.  Any JLTC graduate, Commander or Councilman wishing to serve on Security Patrol should contact our security officer. IMPORTANT: The Security Team will wear Class B uniform and a security vest while on duty.  Boys will not be on duty during Friday or Saturday night services.

Outpost First Aid Kits:

Make sure that the supplies in your kit are up to date.  

That you have an itemized list of the equipment.  Have a look at the “Best in Camp” Section for a check list.

Make sure you have equipment to remove tics.  Should anyone have a tic, be sure to see the EMT.

If you have questions regarding how to stock your first aid kit please call James Dudley 585-928-1105

Insect Repellant and Sun Block:

The use of sun block is recommended because of increased exposure to the sun during outdoor activities.

Further, it is prohibited for any one to remain shirtless in any activities other than swimming.

Insect repellant will help to keep the bugs away.

Remember to check for tics about every 5 or 6 hours and before bed. Check especially around confined clothing areas such as the neck and waist.

Foot Gear:  

It is required that shoes or sneakers be worn at all times, while walking about.

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