2019 Fall Family Camp Registration
Who? Pack 43 Cub Scouts & their families
What? Pack 43 Family Overnight Camp (rain or shine)
Where? Camp Warren
When? Saturday & Sunday, October 26-27, 2019
Cost? $10 per person – registration covers camp site fees, custom dated patch, three meals, table service, Saturday evening fire bowl and lots of activities & fun!

• Arrive ~9:00 a.m. Saturday to set up camp – lunch is not provided by the Pack and should be arranged and prepared as individual dens. Dinner (pulled pork and sides) is provided on Saturday.
• Saturday evening traditional Scouting celebration, activities, snacks & fun!
• Breakfast provided on Sunday morning (donuts, fruit, milk and juice) – break camp late morning on Sunday
• What to bring - tent (no campers), sleeping bags, cots or sleeping pads, pillows, flashlights, lanterns, jackets, raingear, bug spray, outdoor games, chairs and a cooler with drinks for your family.
• Pack 43 provides – 2 meals total including juice, milk & coffee for Sunday breakfast
• Activities available – work on rank requirements, Cub Scout belt loops, Webelos activity pins, fishing, hiking and more!!
• Committee members and many other adult leaders will be available Saturday morning to assist setting up camp – you do not need to be a camping expert!
Adult volunteers are needed to help lead Scouting activities

Dress for all camp activities – “Class B” (Pack 43 t-shirt) can be worn by all Scouts, siblings and family members, if available, otherwise outdoor appropriate clothing. Make sure to bring changes of clothing, outerwear and footwear appropriate for camping in an outdoor environment and for the weather, which can be unpredictable. Please check the forecast and bring plenty of clothing for possible cold weather! Field Uniforms (Class A uniforms) should not be worn in this outdoor family setting.

Directions to Camp Warren – directions from Mt Zion United Methodist Church can be found at this link: https://goo.gl/maps/djUAYKWKjFs

Nate Scranton – Committee Secretary – email pack43secretary@gmail.com.
Email address *
Cub Scout First & Last Name *
If more than 1 scout is attending in your Family, please list all scouts here
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Current Rank *
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Parent/Adult Name(s) Attending Camp with Scout *
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Total number of Family members attending (including scouts) *
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Emergency Contact Name *
Adult emergency contact not attending camp.
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Emergency Contact Mobile Number *
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Serious Allergies or other Health Concerns we should know about? *
Enter "None" if not applicable. Please give full details camp staff should be aware of while your Scout is participating. Information will only be reviewed by Camp Staff charged with the health and well-being of the Scouts. FOR CONFIDENTIALITY, YOU MAY CHOOSE NOT TO ANSWER HERE!! If you choose not to answer here, please provide that information to Camp Staff when checking in at camp.
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Please check your calendars!! Fall Family Camp is October 26-27. I understand if my Scout signs up for Fall Family Camp, cancellation and refunds for special circumstances are not guaranteed by Pack 43.
Cub Scouts and siblings should be monitored at all times by parents or guardians. Unsupervised Cub Scouts or siblings will be returned to a parent or guardian by Pack Leaders. Repeat instances of unsupervised children could lead to a family being asked to leave the camp. This is to protect their safety and well-being while participating at Family Camp. Your cooperation and attention is appreciated. *
In consideration of the benefits to be derived and in view of the fact that the Boy Scouts of America is an educational institution, membership in which is voluntary, and having full confidence that every precaution will be taken to ensure the safety and well-being of my Cub Scout and my family, I agree to my family’s participation in the 2019 Pack 43 Fall Family Camp and waive all claims against the leaders of this camp, officers, agents and representatives of the Boy Scouts of America. In the event of an emergency, the pack unit leaders will assist the Cub Scout family obtain medical treatment for the Cub Scout or family member at the nearest hospital, medical clinic or physician, as deemed necessary for the welfare of the family member. I agree to be responsible for the costs of medical treatment, to the extent not covered by the insurance of the Boy Scouts of America. I have indicated above any special medical considerations the BSA Tour Leaders and any medical practitioner should be aware of upon seeking medical treatment.
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