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Cub Scout Pack 374 Family Campout


May 14th-15th
Smithville Lake
Camp Branch, Loop C

We would like to apologize for the confusion regarding the campout this month. There have been several unforeseen issues with the locations causing a delay in communication. The location changed again today unfortunately as the Kelsey Short Camp was double booked.
Please remember, this is a family campout. This means our Cubs will be, primarily, under the supervision of their parents or guardians the majority of the time. We will have some activities in the afternoon for the boys to help keep them busy. Boys will need to travel to the campout in their uniforms as with all scout outings. Be sure to remember their neckerchief and slide as they will be part of the crossing over ceremony. Boys are encouraged to change upon arrival and we recommend they do not eat in their uniforms so they will be presentable for the campfire ceremony.
The Pack will be providing dinner but we do ask you bring your own utensils, cups and plates. We will have a very limited supply on hand. However, lunch will not be provided by the Pack, so please plan accordingly. Families will need to bring their own camping gear, sunscreen and bug repellant. We also recommend you bring lawn chairs as there will not be enough seating available to accommodate everyone.
Unlike previous years, this campsite is equipped with fire rings at each location. However fires in these rings will not be permitted. The central campfire for crossover will be the only fire allowed. You may arrive as early as 11:00 AM to set up your tents, but are welcome to show up at your convenience. If you choose not to camp, you may stay for the day and depart after the campfire. A $2.00 per camper donation is appreciated to help offset costs.
Below is a tentative agenda. Please note times may change due to weather and other unforeseen circumstances.
11:00 – 1:00 Scouts begin arriving and setting up camp
1:00 – 5:30 Games and activities/Free time
6:00 – 7:00 Dinner
7:00 – 7:45 Boys change and Den Meetings/Awards
8:00 – 9:30 Campfire with Rank Advancements and Skits
10:00 Lights Out
Depart campsite by 10:00 AM Sunday Morning