MSC Campership Application
In support of the ideals of the Worldwide Scouting Movement and in order to promote wilderness camping experiences, Troop 160 Memorial Scout Camp has established the MSC Campership Program. This program will make camperships available to any scout upon the recommendation of his / her scout group leader. Under no circumstances should a scout be recommended by his or her parent.

THE APPLICATION DEADLINE IS APRIL 1
Scout Information
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Parent Information
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Craig Goodwin Campership
Craig Goodwin was a member of Boy Scout Troop 160 of Lewiston, Maine from 1981 until his death in 1984. Craig was a scout who came from a single parent home of modest means. Although he and his mother did not have much money, they were always willing and able to work hard to insure that Craig did not miss out on any scouting activities. It is only fitting that the Craig Goodwin Campership be awarded to a scout who has limited financial means, but shows willingness to work hard to pay his or her own way within their scout group.
Leader Recommendation Letter
Explain why you believe that this scout comes from a family with limited financial means. Include specific examples of how this scout works hard to be able to raise money to pay their own way within their scout group. YOU MUST COMPLETE A RECOMMENDATION FOR A SCOUT TO BE CONSIDERED FOR AN AWARD.
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Adam Beggs Campership

Adam Beggs was a member of Boy Scout Troop 160 of Lewiston, Maine from 2002 until his death in 2007. Adam will always be remembered as a scout who truly exemplified the fourth point of the Scout Law: A SCOUT IS A FRIEND TO ALL AND A BROTHER TO EVERY OTHER SCOUT, NO MATTER TO WHAT SOCIAL CLASS THE OTHER BELONGS. It is only fitting that the Adam Beggs Campership be awarded to a scout who exemplifies the same spirit of friendliness, as recommended by the leader of his or her scout group.
Leader Recommendation Letter
Explain why you believe that this scout exemplifies the fourth point of the Scout Law: A Scout Is Friendly. Give specific examples of how this scout is a friend to all and a brother to every other scout, no matter to what social class the other belongs. YOU MUST COMPLETE A RECOMMENDATION FOR A SCOUT TO BE CONSIDERED FOR AN AWARD.
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Joe Beggs Campership
Joe Beggs was a scout as a boy and an avid outdoorsman as an adult. His greatest joy in life was spending time at his camp on Spectacle Pond in Osborn, Maine. In 2011, Joe offered his camp in order to establish the Memorial Scout Camp at Spectacle Pond. On July 10, 2013, Joe Beggs passed away unexpectedly at his home. It is only fitting that the Joe Beggs Campership be awarded to a scout who is recommended by the leader of his / her scout group for being a true outdoorsman. In addition to participating in outdoor sports and camping, the candidate should have a background in nature-ecology and must be conservation minded.
Leader Recommendation Letter
Explain why you believe that this scout is a true outdoorsman. Give specific examples of how this scout has developed a background in nature-ecology and is conservation minded. YOU MUST COMPLETE A RECOMMENDATION FOR A SCOUT TO BE CONSIDERED FOR AN AWARD.
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Wayne Marley
As a boy, Wayne Marley was an active boy scout from High Point, North Carolina. As an adult, he served as an assistant scoutmaster for Troop 160 for over 30 years. Wayne will always be remembered as a scout who exemplified the third point of the Scout Law: IT IS A SCOUT'S DUTY TO BE USEFUL AND TO HELP OTHER PEOPLE AT ALL TIMES. It is only fitting that the Wayne Marley Campership be awarded to a scout who takes the initiative to be a useful member of his / her scout group and is always willing to help others.
Leader Recommendation Letter
Explain why you believe that this scout exemplifies the third point of the Scout Law. Give specific examples of how this scout has become a useful member of their scout group and how they go out of their way to help others. YOU MUST COMPLETE A RECOMMENDATION FOR A SCOUT TO BE CONSIDERED FOR AN AWARD.
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