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Emerald Bay - Summer Camp - June 24-30, 2018

Costs / Prerequisites

Prerequisites:  All scouts and adult leaders must have:
    - A completed and signed Trek sign-up form and payment. 
    - A current copy of your Annual Health and Medical Record (BSA form 680-001) Parts A, B and C. 
    - A Copy of both the front and back of participant’s medical insurance card.
What to Bring (Please Check Back for Updates)
     -  What To Bring Checklist
  - mess kit (plate and eating utensils) for overnight canoe trip
  - one or more Troop 777 Class B shirts for day use and
    overnight canoe trip
  - full Class A uniform for evening meals
 -  jacket or sweatshirt for night-time use
Luggage. It is highly recommended that scouts use a duffel bag no larger than 14” x 36” with a maximum weight of 50 lbs.  Any breakable items should be in a separate carry-on bag. External frame backpacks and bags with wheels are discouraged as they break and/or cause damage to the handlers.
Please use a piece of duct tape or mark on your bag, in easily readable letters, the scout’s name and T777 SDIC.
Camp Information Night: Late May (To be announced)
We will be collecting:
(1) SPENDING MONEY. Spending money should be in a plastic baggie with the scout's name on it. We recommend that the funds be in $5 or $10 bills so it can be gradually handed out during the week. The scout is responsible for all monies once it is turned over to him; he may not return it to the parent in charge. Generally, the scout takes about $80 to camp. The camp has a small store to buy snacks and supplies for the handicraft merit badges.
(2) MEDICATIONS. Please put all medications in a plastic baggie with the scout's name on it; make sure to include clear dosing instructions for all medications. One of the parents attending camp will be responsible for all medications.
(3) FORMS. The following forms must be turned in:
     - Liability Form to Loanne Cheung
     - two copies of Annual Health & Medical Record to Loanne Cheung
     - Copy of Medical Insurance Card to Loanne Cheung
> > > IMPORTANT < < < Scouts will not be allowed to go to camp unless they have turned in all of the above forms by June 21st!
Merit Badge Information
   - 2012 Merit Badge Guide
   - 2012 Merit Badge Schedule
Energy, Camping Merit Badge Prerequisites:
 If you are planning to do the Energy or Camping merit badges, you must complete a Merit Badge Prerequisite Form.
This form must be signed by your parent/guardian and our scoutmaster, Mr. Blakely. Take the form to camp to present it to the merit badge counselor for that badge in order to be able to complete the badge at Emerald Bay.
For Camping MB, you must have already earned 20 nights of camping. Please request a copy of your Scout History Report from Mr. Butler at least 2 weeks prior to camp. Take the report to camp to show your merit badge counselor.

Travel to and from camp (Please Check Back for Updates)
   Depart for Camp: June 24, 2018, 5:30am at Dick’s Sporting Goods
   Return from Camp: June 30, 2018, 2:00pm at Dick’s Sporting Goods
Parent volunteers will be needed to drive on Sunday, 6/24 or on Saturday, 6/30.

 Forms and Documents

 Annual Health/Medical Record
 - 2012 Merit Badge Guide
 - Merit Badge Prerequisite Form
 - 2012 Merit Badge Schedule
 - What To Bring Checklist

Mail Service
You can send your scout a letter or care package while at camp.
Mail sent after 5:00PM on Tuesday may not arrive until after scouts have left camp.
For complete details along with mailing addresses,

Emergency Phone Calls:

Please use this number to contact your scout in case of emergency only please!

Key Dates