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Fall Camporee - 2015 Medieval Madness

16 - 18 October, 2015

Camp WaKonDa, Bellevue, NE

Any registered Boy Scout or Scouter is invited to attend. There will be no activities for Webelos and they must be sponsored/invited and supervised by a troop.

Camporee cost is $8 for youth and adults. Registration and fee collection will take place at the October roundtable. For registration questions email Lon or Tami Brinkhous. Please help us by registering early. Individual units will be responsible for all meals during the Camporee.

Each unit must have at least 2 adult leaders in camp at all times. At least one must be over 21 years of age. Adults must be current in their Youth Protection Training.

Check-in is between 6:00 and 8:00 PM Friday evening. All units should send one adult and the Senior Patrol Leader to check-in.

All units should check out between 8:00 and 11:00 AM Sunday morning.

Parking is very limited at WaKonDa and based on weather conditions trailers may or may not be allowed into the campsites. With that in mind, please maximize people to vehicles to help conserve parking.

Campfires must be inside the rings provided. Above ground, campfire devices are permissible. Please do not kill/scar the grass.

We are asking all units to provide a body or two to run the events. All the materials will be provided. We just need help running the events. Please offer your help and select an event at registration time.

A member of the troop should report any injury to the Camp Staff. For serious life threatening injuries call 9-1-1 first.

Please encourage the scouts to wear their uniform.

Each troop should display the American and troop flags at the entrance to their campsite. Patrol flags should follow the patrols throughout the camporee.

Individual units will be responsible for all meals during the Camporee.

The top scoring patrols will be recognized and presented an award.

Patrol events will start at 8:15 AM on Saturday and conclude at 4:30 PM.

At 8:00 PM Saturday we’ll have a campfire and award ceremony to recognize the top patrols.