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Cub Scout Activities

Spring Sale – Earn Your Way To Camp!

 
April 26-28, 2019

Twin Valley Council is excited to announce our spring sale which is designed to give Scouts an easy way to pay for summer camp!

Available one more weekend April 26-28, 2019, this sale offers Scouts the chance to sell Jack Links Beef Jerky, Waste Zero Trash Bags and Trail’s End Popcorn.

Twin Valley Council will do all the work.  We will arrange for site sales in the Mankato area, we will deliver the product to your site and help you get everything situated.  All the Scouts need to do is SELL!  

Commission on this sale is a flat 30%.  No risk to the units and Scouts earn money towards camp (or their Scout account).

If you or your unit is interested in more information please register today!  As details are worked through, more information will be available.

 

Norseland Clean Up Day

Saturday, April 27, 2019   
Norseland Scout Camp

With spring in the air, it’s time to clean up Norseland Scout Camp.  Cobwebs need to go, cupboards need organizing, refrigerators washed out, windows washed, maintenance outdoors, trees need to come down to make firewood and the list goes on!  

The Norseland Scout Camp Committee is asking for your help.  On Saturday, April 27, 2019, there will be a Norseland Clean Up Day beginning at 8 a.m.  The committee is asking for ADULT help from every unit.  Stay all day or help for a few hours; either way it will be much appreciated. 

Lunch will be provided and you’ll be on your way home by 5 p.m.  Please register so we can “Be Prepared”.

Questions please contact Ray Brauer.

 

ProGrowth Bank
“On My Honor” Sporting Clays Classic

 

Thursday, May 2, 2019
Caribou Gun Club Le Sueur, MN

Each week over 2,000 Scouts  across 15 counties in south central Minnesota stand up and say “On my honor I will do my best, to do my duty, to God and my country”.  This is the opening to the Scout Oath.  A code that is the basis for all we do in Scouting.

The ProGrowth Bank On My Honor Sporting Clays Classic supports the Twin Valley Council and the programs and services provided to the 105 units served by the council.  Specifically, the programs at our three camps:  Cuyuna, Norseland and Cedar Point.

Please join us on Thursday, May 2, 2019, at Caribou Gun Club in LeSueur, MN to support Scouting and enjoy this 100 clay shoot!

This full day event is filled with the clay shoot, optional flurry rounds, long shot rounds, silent auction, raffles, amazing food and fellowship.

Cost to participate in the On My Honor Sporting Clays Classic is $1,000 per team of 4 or $250 per person.  This cost includes:

  • 100 round sporting clay shoot with 2 Lewis Classes
  • 12 gauge ammunition
  • Lunch
  • Steak Dinner
  • Beer/Wine after the shoot
  • Range Bag (if registered by April 2)

For questions, please contact Ray Brauer           

                              

 

Progrowth Bank “On My Honor Sporting Clays Classic” Youth/Parent Event

Thursday, May 2, 2019 
Caribou Gun Club, Le Sueur
5:30 p.m. with optional steak dinner at 4 p.m.
$50 per team

Progrowth Bank and Twin Valley Council are proud to announce the addition of Youth/Adult teams to the “On My Honor Sporting Clays Classic”.  

New for 2019, youth/adult teams are invited to a 50-bird tournament at the Caribou Gun Club in LeSueur.  The event begins at 5:30 p.m.  Participants should bring their own gun and ammunition.  There will be 20 gauge shotguns available to borrow upon request (limited quantity).

Youth/Adult teams are also welcome to join us for a steak dinner and silent auction beginning at 4 p.m.  Cost for the dinner is $20 per person.

Space is limited to 40 teams for this event, so be sure to register early!

For more information contact Ray Brauer

 

Cub Scout Overnight & Shooting Event
Norseland Scout Camp

Friday, May 3, 2019 – Saturday, May 4, 2019
(Overnight camping on Friday night optional)
Norseland Scout Camp
$5 per person (adult and youth) camping and
$15 per youth shooting sports (no charge for adults)

Join us at Norseland Scout Camp, located near St. Peter, on Friday, May 3, 2019,  for a quick, simple, action packed, super fun overnight camping experience.  Eat dinner before you arrive at 5:30 p.m., then pitch your tent and set up your lawn chair.  At 7 p.m. there will be games and activities in the main Fireside Lodge.  Following the activities will be a short campfire program and treats around the fire.

Wake up Saturday morning and have breakfast at 7:30 a.m. in the lodge.  Check in at the Shooting Sports registration table at 8 a.m. and spend the morning participating in Archery, BB Guns and Sling Shots.  At 11 a.m. there will be sports and games. 

   

    

 

To keep with our Cub Scout Summer Camp theme of “FARMS, FIELDS AND FUN” at 11:30 a.m. there will be a planting/agricultural project.  Also, as part of “Farms, Fields and Fun”, youth and adults may purchase a Cub Camp T-shirt for an additional $15 charge.  This “Farms, Fields and Fun” shirt will be worn at all Cub Scout summer camps during 2019 including: Shooting Sport Events, Cub Scout overnights, Day Camps, Northwoods Webelos Camp, Cuyuna Family Experience, MoonDogs Summer Camp, Cub Scout Resident Camp and Twilight Camp!  Please indicate size during registration process.

At the end of the day, Scouts will have the opportunity to have earned their Shooting Sports Award.  Families will be on their way home by 1 o’clock.

Cost for both portions of this event is $20 per youth and $5 per adult.  If you cannot participate in the overnight, cost is only $15 per Scout and adults attend at the shooting sports portion at no charge.

For those not camping Friday night: please arrive at Norseland Scout Camp by 8 a.m. Saturday morning.  Eat breakfast before your arrive and bring a water bottle.  Shooting Sports begin at 8:30 a.m.

All participants in the Shooting Sports must have a signed parental consent.  All people on site must have a Health Form Parts A & B completed and submitted at check-in.

This event is held rain or shine so plan accordingly with rain gear!

Registration is open until April 26, 2019.  After this date you may still attend but must register through Heidi Nelson.

Cub Scout Overnight & Shooting Event 
Cedar Point Scout Camp

Friday, May 10, 2019 – Saturday, May 11, 2019
Cedar Point Scout Camp
$5 per person (adult and youth) camping and 
$15 per youth shooting sports (no charge for adults)

Join us at Cedar Point Scout Camp, located near Fairmont, on Friday, May 10, 2019,  for a quick, simple, action packed, super fun overnight camping experience.  Eat dinner before you arrive at 5:30 p.m., then pitch your tent and set up your lawn chair.  At 7 p.m. there will be games and activities in the main Polaris Lodge.  Following the activities will be a short campfire program and treats around the fire.

Wake up Saturday morning and have breakfast at 7:30 a.m. in the lodge.  Check in at the Shooting Sports registration table at 8 a.m. and spend the morning participating in Archery, BB Guns and Sling Shots.  At 11 a.m. there will be sports and games. 

To keep with our Cub Scout Summer Camp theme of “FARMS, FIELDS AND FUN” at 11:30 a.m. there will be a planting/agricultural project.  Also, as part of “Farms, Fields and Fun”, youth and adults may purchase a Cub Camp T-shirt for an additional $15 charge.  This “Farms, Fields and Fun” shirt will be worn at all Cub Scout summer camps during 2019 including: Shooting Sport Events, Cub Scout overnights, Day Camps, Northwoods Webelos Camp, Cuyuna Family Experience, MoonDogs Summer Camp, Cub Scout Resident Camp and Twilight Camp!  Please indicate size during registration process.

At the end of the day, Scouts will have the opportunity to have earned their Shooting Sports Award.  Families will be on their way home by 1 o’clock.

Cost for both portions of this event is $20 per youth and $5 per adult.  If you cannot participate in the overnight, cost is only $15 per Scout and adults attend at the shooting sports portion at no charge.

For those not camping Friday night: please arrive at Cedar Point Scout Camp by 8 a.m. Saturday morning.  Eat breakfast before your arrive and bring a water bottle.  Shooting Sports begin at 8:30 a.m.

All participants in the Shooting Sports must have a signed parental consent.  All people on site must have a Health Form Parts A & B completed and submitted at check-in.

This event is held rain or shine so plan accordingly with rain gear!

Registration is open until May 3, 2019.  After this date you may still attend but must register through Jay Striemer.

 

 

BALOO Training 
“Basic Adult Leader Outdoor Orientation”

Saturday, June 1, 2019 – Sunday, June 2, 2019
Cedar Point Scout Camp
$35 per person

BALOO is the best training available for any adult in Cub Scouts – parents or leaders.  It’s really that simple. 

BALOO is the perfect for Webelos Den Leaders, Adults new to Scouting, Adults who want to help but aren’t sure how, or anyone who wants to build their confidence in the outdoors.

BALOO will help you gain the skills needed to confidently venture into the great outdoors with your Cub Scout(s). Camping is the “outing” in Scouting so learn the skills needed to hold an awesome campout or outdoor adventure. 

Some of the topics covered during BALOO include:  

  • Aquatics and Cub Scouts
  • Basic Knots
  • Campfire Program
  • Campout Planning
  • Campsite Selection
  • Cooking and Sanitation
  • Duty to God
  • First Aid
  • Gear Selection
  • GPS with Cub Scouts
  • Health and Safety
  • Knife Safety
  • Large Group Games
  • Nature and Hiking
  • Outdoor Ceremonies
  • Outdoor Ethics
  • Stoves, Lanterns & Fires

BALOO is an overnight training scheduled for Saturday, June 1, 2019 at Cedar Point Scout Camp located near Fairmont, MN.  Check in begins at 8 a.m. with the course beginning promptly at 9 a.m.  Saturday lunch and dinner, breakfast on Sunday and treats will be provided.  You will be on your way home by 11 a.m. on Sunday, June 2, 2019.

Participants should plan to camp for the weekend.  Please provide your own tent, cot, sleeping gear and personal items.  If you do not have these items please contact Chris Scherer. 

Registration is open until May 25, 2019.  After this date you may still attend but must register through Chris Scherer. 

 

 

 

Order of the Arrow 9th Annual Golf Classic


Friday, June 7, 2019
Shoreland Country Club in St. Peter
$360 per team of 4 or $90 per person

It’s time for the 9th Annual Order of the Arrow Golf Classic.  We’ll head back to Shoreland Country Club in St. Peter for this year’s event.

This is a day filled with lots of laughter.  For some, it’s laughter about driving a golf cart, for others it’s laughter about how they are golfing, but for all it’s laughter with friends. 

This event begins with lunch at noon, followed by a 1 p.m. shot gun start.  Following the event will be dinner.  Don’t forget about the silent auction.  Lots of great items to be had.

  

Cost for this event is $360 per team of 4 or $90 for single entry.  This includes your golf, two meals and all the challenge holes during the day.

Proceeds from this event will help send our OA members to the National Order of the Arrow Conference in 2020.

Questions please contact Paul Taylor

 

Minnesota Air Spectacular


Saturday, June 15, 2019 & Sunday, June 16, 2019
Mankato Regional Airport

FAMILY VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY!

Mankato is excited to host the world famous United States Air Force Thunderbirds on Saturday, June 15, 2019 and Sunday, June 16, 2019 at the Mankato Regional Airport.  The 2019 Minnesota Air Spectacular is produced by the Verizon Center and City of Mankato.

The volunteers for Minnesota Air Spectacular will be coordinated by representatives from Kiwanis Holiday Lights. They have asked Twin Valley Council to help with volunteers.   The goal is to completely schedule all volunteers for the event by April 30, 2019.

Volunteer categories include:  Admissions, Chalets, Clean-up, Concessions, Guest Service, Parking, Set-up, Souvenirs, Take-down, VIP Admissions, and Volunteer Services.

Minnesota Air Spectacular Volunteer Opportunity:

Group of ten or more individuals from one business/organization

  • Volunteer shifts are either half days or full days (with a lunch break)
  • Volunteer benefits include:  Free admission to an incredible event and food voucher
  • Volunteers age 10-14 must volunteer with an adult chaperone
  • Volunteers age 14+ can be on their own within the Twin Valley Council group.
  • Volunteers are encouraged to wear the field uniform representing Twin Valley Council.

A volunteer orientation and training meeting will be held on Wednesday, June 12, 2019, from 6-8 p.m. at the Verizon Wireless Center in Mankato.  We ask that at least one volunteer from Twin Valley Council attends.

Minnesota Air Show Spectacular website 

Cub Scout Day Camp

Saturday, June 22, 2019
Hormel Nature Center, Austin, MN
$20 per youth; $7 per adult

Sow the seeds of Scouting… Come grow with us!  Join us at the Hormel Nature Center in Austin, MN on Saturday, June 22, 2019, for Farms, Fields and Fun!

Hormel Nature Center is located at 1304 21st Street NE in Austin, MN  55912

This adventure is open to all Cub Scouts entering grade 1-5 during the 2019-2020 school year.  The Early Bird cost is $20 per youth and $7 per adults.  Early Bird registration ends on June 11, 2019, with the price changing to $30 per youth and $10 per adult.

If your unit is a Super Seller unit from Popcorn 2018, your cost will be $15 per youth and $7 per adult if registered by June 11, 2019.  After that date price changes to $30 per youth and $10 per adult.

T-shirts are available for an additional $15 fee and need to be ordered during the registration process.

Lunch is provided.

Participants are encouraged to bring their own water bottle, sunscreen and bug repellent.  Closed toes shoes are required.

Program includes BB Guns, Archery, Crafts, Scout Games, Hormel Nature Center Activity and the best part – S’mores for lunch!

 

NorthWoods Webeos Camp


Sunday, June 23 –  Wednesday, June 26, 2019
Cuyuna Scout Camp
$125 per youth   $60 per adult

The camp designed just for Webelos! 

As a Webelos, Scouts participate in many of the same activities as the younger ranks.  Northwoods Webelos Camp is designed just for Webelos (Scouts entering fourth or fifth grade fall of 2019) offering a higher level of challenges based on age and ability.  This three night/four day camping experience includes advancement opportunities and will build your Scouts enthusiasm for their next big adventure; Scouts BSA.   

During the registration process your Scout must select which Webelos Adventures they would like to complete.  For Monday, Webelos will choose between

First Responder, Outdoorsman/Camper, Webelos Walkabout, or Movie Making.

On Tuesday, the adventure choices are Cast Iron Chef, Into the Wood/Into the Wild, Castaway or Sports.

Regardless of adventure choice, there will still be ample time for swimming, fishing, games, nature, climbing and rappelling, human foosball, and campfires.

Cost to attend this Northwoods Webelos Camp is $125 per youth and $60 per adult if registered by June 6, 2019.  Your Northwoods Webelos T-shirt is included for youth on time registrations.  Adults may purchase a shirt for an additional $15.

**If your Pack earned the Popcorn Super Saver camp rates during Popcorn 2018, your rates will be $115 per youth and $60 per adult. 

Also, if your individual Webelos earned the $25 camp coupon during Popcorn 2018, you can enter the voucher code for an additional savings!  Please obtain voucher code from your Cubmaster.**

Each unit must provide 1 leader for every 4 Webelos with a minimum of 2 leaders per unit.  If your Pack is bringing both male and female Webelos, at least one leader must be female.  All adults going to Northwoods Webelos Camp must be BSA registered with current Youth Protection training.  A parent and child may attend together without additional leadership.

All Webelos on site must have an “Authorization for a minor to handle firearms form” in order to shoot BB Gun and Archery.

 

Cuyuna Family Experience

Wednesday, June 26 – Saturday, June 29, 2019
Cuyuna Scout Camp   Cross Lake, MN
$60 per person


Visit Minnesota’s Northwoods at the Cuyuna Family Experience.  This is the perfect time to experience hands-on adventure with everything Cuyuna has to offer.

Maybe swimming, canoeing, and fishing are your interests…

Maybe it’s BB Guns, .22’s, or archery ….  

Or maybe, just maybe, you will want to relax and just let us feed you…

And if none of those are your type of adventure, we also have campfires, climbing, rappelling, skill building, beach volleyball, STEM programs, COPE games, basketry, leatherwork, carving, chess, human foosball, GaGa ball and more!

Cuyuna is a beautiful place to pitch your tent and live rustic for the week.  If tenting is not for you – bring your camper or RV to family camp at no additional charge for this experience.  No tent?  No camper?  No problem!  Rent one of our four cabins for $75 per night, just bring your own towels and bedding. 

The Cuyuna Experience if fun for the entire family.  This experience is designed for family members to enjoy camp and do activities together.  For aquatic activities, a BSA swim test is required and can be done on location.  For shooting range activities, those below 11 years of age can shoot BB Guns, those over 11 years old can shoot .22’s.  Parent must give permission for children under 18 years of age to shoot firearms or BBGuns.  All persons on camp property must complete a Health Form Parts A & B.

This experience is $60 per person; those age 4 and under are free.  This includes all meals (8 meals) per person, camping and all program materials.  Registration available until June 7, 2019.

Please note that cabins fill quickly, so you may want to register for these asap.  Cabin rentals can be done through this website; click on Family Camp or use this  Cabin rental link.  For RV or campers please contact Shelley at the Center for Scouting 507-387-3123. She will reserve your site at no additional fee.
Your tent site is automatically reserved when you register for the event.  No further action is needed. 
What to bring:

  • Tent, RV/ Camper
  • Cot/ Sleeping pad/
  • Sleeping bag or blanket
  • Swim wear and towel
  • Personal Toiletries
  • Change of clothes
  • Boots or other closed toed shoes; Flip Flops not allowed
  • Sunscreen and Bug Repellant
  • Fishing gear and bait (optional)
  • Water bottle
  • Class A/B health form

Scout Night with the Mankato MoonDogs

Friday, July 12 – Saturday, July 13, 2019
Franklin Rogers Park Mankato
Three Great Option To Choose!

Scout Night With The MoonDogs has a new format for 2019!  And we’re hoping to knock it out of the park with options that will work with your family!

Tailgate and the Game!
Friday, July 12, 2019
5:30 p.m. Tailgate party with a 7:05 p.m. opening pitch
$7 per person

Enjoy your favorite tailgate foods together with other Scouting families starting at 5:30 p.m. before the game.   At 7:05 p.m. the Mankato MoonDogs host the St. Cloud Rox for nine innings of great baseball fun!  Wear your Scout Field Uniform and line up on the field with the team for the National Anthem – it will be a Kodak moment for sure!  The enjoy the game and be sure to root for the home team.    

Overnight On Franklin Rogers Field
Friday, July 12 – Saturday, July 13, 2019
Immediately following the game
$5 per person

Immediately after the game, grab your tent and gear to camp out on the field!  Enjoy a fun camping experience in a totally cool environment – the ball field; how many families can say they camp in a ball field!  Breakfast is provided.

MoonDogs Day Camp (Youth grades K-5)
Saturday, July 13, 2019
8 a.m. – Noon
$20 per youth ($15 Popcorn Super Saver Units)

Plan to stay Saturday for a fun Day Camp at Franklin Rogers Park beginning at 8 a.m.  Join the Minnesota State University Mankato Athletes to practice your favorite sport, play games and learn what it takes to be a collegiate athlete – all while playing on the field at Franklin Rogers Park!  Adults attend this camp free of charge.  Please bring water, tennis shoes, your favorite baseball cap and sun screen.  MoonDogs Day Camp is open to Cub Scouts and siblings grades K-5.

Now the best part – you can pick and choose which of the three events work into your world. Click the blue “click to register” button below, read through your choices, then select and register for those events you will be attending!  It’s just that simple – we’ll see you at the ballpark!

Questions please call Liz Paul.

Twilight Camp Cub Scouts

Monday, July 29 – Wednesday, July 31, 2019
Spring Lake Park, North Mankato
$50 per youth

Farm, Fields and Fun will come to life at Twilight Camp for Cub Scouts.  This evening camp is the perfect way to enjoy the summer camp opportunities in the evening after typical working hours.

The camp begins each night at 5:30 p.m. Please eat supper before arriving.  Each evening the Camp Team will have an adventure planned.  It could be First Aid one night, following by cooking and hiking the next, only to be followed up by fun and games on the last night.

This camp is held Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday night, July 29-31, 2019, at Spring Lake Park in lower North Mankato.  Cost to attend is $50 per Scout; adults attend at no cost.  You are also welcome to purchase a camp t-shirt for an additional $15.  

For those units who earned the  Super Saver level of popcorn 2018, your rate will be $40 per Scout with adults attending free.  

The evening ends at 8 p.m.  Camp is held outdoors, rain or shine so plan accordingly.

Twilight Camp is designed for Scouts in grades 1 – 3, fall of 2019. However, if an older Cub Scout would like to participate they are welcome.

For questions please contact Heidi Nelson.

 

 

Cub Scout Resident Camp – Cedar Point

Friday, August 9 – Sunday, August 11, 2019
Cedar Point Scout Camp
$125 per Adult/Scout pair; $65 each add’l Scout same family

Sow the seeds of Scouting…Come grow with us!  Join us at Cedar Point Scout Camp for Cub Scout Resident Camp “Farm, Fields and Fun” on Friday, August 9 through Sunday, August 11, 2019.

This adventure is open to all Cub Scouts entering 1st, 2nd or 3rd grade fall of 2019 (4th and 5th graders should visit Northwoods Webelos Camp at Northwoods Webelos Camp Link).  Campers will spend two nights tenting, have meals provided, and will enjoy a wide range of activities centered around the theme of Farm, Fields and Fun!

The adventure begins at 5:30 p.m. Friday evening for dinner, an opening ceremony, fun time and campfire.  Wake up early Saturday morning for breakfast followed by all day activities!  Some of the day activities include archery, making bread, sling shots, first aid and farm games.  In the evening you’ll learn about Dutch Oven Cooking, have a hayride, chapel and yummy desserts.  Sunday will find you having breakfast and experiencing more fun in various rotations.  The camp ends with closing ceremonies at Noon.

Scouts who attend this action packed camp will toward completing various belt loops

  • Tiger:  Tigers in the Wild and Safe and Smart
  • Wolf:  Paws on Path and Air of the Wolf
  • Bear:  Bear Necessities, Fur, Feathers and Ferns and Roaring Laughter
  • Webelos/AOL: Build My Own Hero, Looking Forward Looking Back

Cost for resident camp is $125 for each parent/adult pair (scout must attend with an adult).  If you have additional scouts in the same family, they attend for $65 each.  You can purchase a T-shirt for $15 if you choose so during the registration process.

**If your Pack earned the Popcorn Super Saver camp rates during Popcorn 2018, your rates will be $110 youth/adult pair.

Also, if your individual Scout earned the $25 camp coupon during Popcorn 2018, you can enter the voucher code for an additional  $25 savings!  Please obtain voucher code from your Cubmaster.**

Registration will be open until August 2, 2019.

Questions please contact Heidi Nelson or Jay Striemer

 

 

2019 Popcorn Training Camp

Saturday, August 24, 2019
Cedar Point Scout Camp
9 a.m. – 2 p.m.

The Popcorn Committee for Twin Valley Council is very excited to announce Popcorn Training Camp 2019!  Popcorn training is new and improved and the committee is hoping you’ll find it a fun filled event!

Popcorn Training Camp will held at Cedar Point Scout Camp located near Fairmont, MN, on Saturday, August 24, 2019, beginning at 9 a.m.

The first 90 minutes of the day will be spent learning all about the NEW Trail’s End popcorn app, and the NEW Trail’s End prize program.   We’ll talk popcorn sales tips and strategy and have time for conversations with fellow Popcorn Kernels and other adults.

Following popcorn training we will open up Training Camp for the Scouts and have some fun!  The archery range will be open for target practice.  Bring your swimsuit and towels as the waterfront will be open for swimming and kayaking.  There will yard games etc. as well.  As we confirm activities we will list them here so be sure to check back!      

For lunch grab a stick and roast a hot dog or two.  If you’d like a soda please bring one along otherwise, we’ll have water available.  

Training Camp wraps up at 2 p.m.  At this time you are welcome to wander Cedar Point Scout Camp (at your own risk) or head into Fairmont for some shopping.  

In the evening it’s Scout Night At The Raceway!  What Scout doesn’t want to sleep on the racetrack?  This event is happening at the Fairmont Raceway.  Your Scout will attend the races free of charge and adults will receive reduced priced tickets of $6 each.  You do need to register for this event separately so please see the button below.

Are you a $1,500 Club Member?  All Club Members (those who sold $1,500 or more in popcorn during the 2018 sale) will receive an awesome $1,500 Club Sweatshirt sporting our new Club logo!  However, you must register by July 12th AND attend the event to be eligible to receive the sweatshirt.

2019 Commission Climb.  Unit who attend the Popcorn Training Camp with their Popcorn Kernel and at least one youth will have an additional 2% commission added to their base level.

As an added bonus, units who  have 10% of their youth who are on their BSA unit roster July 31, 2019, attend the Training Camp on August 24, 2019, along with the Unit Popcorn Kernel (minimum of 2 Scouts) will receive an additional 3% commission.  

For example, if your units has 25 Scouts on the roster July 31, 2019, your unit would need 3 Scouts (10% of 25 is 2.5 rounded up to 3) and the Popcorn Kernel.  Another example,  if your unit has 9 Scouts on the roster July 31, 2019, your unit would need 2 Scouts (10% of 9 is .9 rounded up to 1 but there is a 2 youth minimum requirement) and the Popcorn Kernel.

 

Cub Camp Health & Shooting Sports Forms

Any camp participant, youth or adult, must have a Health & Shooting Sports Form submitted at Camp. No exceptions.

If your child wishes to participate in BB Gun and Archery activities parents must also sign the Shooting Sports Permission.

It is the parent’s responsibility to ensure their child has a Health & Shooting Sports Form at camp.

North Woods Webelos Camp requires a physical signed by a Doctor.

Camp Camp Song Book

This songbook was developed by a Twin Valley Council volunteer for a Wood Badge ticket item and is available for download below.

Cub Camp Song Books

Cub Camp Staff

Are you interested in helping at Cub Camps as a staff member? Please contact your District Executive to complete a staff application so we can get your name to the appropriate camp director.

Forms listed on this page are in Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, and/or Adobe PDF format. You will need Microsoft Office, or Adobe Acrobat® Reader to view and print these forms. Free PDF Reader software may be downloaded from the Adobe web site.