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2019 Many Waters Merit Badge and Brownsea Camporee

Who:    Registered Scouts and Scouters

What:   Working on Merit Badges, and enjoying the outdoors

Merit Badges Offered, you can select (2) badges to work on. There are two session with (1) eagle required and (1) non eagle required badge per session. Younger scouts are not recommended to sign up for eagle required badges. The eagle required badges will not be finished during the campout. click on the name of the badges below to see the requirements of each merit badge.


  BE PREPARED. Click these links to see descriptions of each merit badge being offered on this weekend. 
  
 *** The course catalog for these merit badges will be emailed along with the Sunday 03MAR2019 Troop Update email.*** Please read it and follow the preparations for each of your badge selections. Crack your Scouting Handbook open to complete these simple steps.***

When:  April 26-28th 2019

Where: Fred C. Andersen Scout Reservation, Wisconsin (less than 1 hour)

Why:    To advance your scouting career while having a blast!!  Because you've always had fun and learned something on these trips!!!

Estimated Cost:    $30 for Scouts
                               $25 for Adults

Departure: Otter Lake Elementary on Friday, April 26th at 6:00pm.
Eat supper before arriving.

Returning: Sunday around 12pm. Scouts will be dropped off at their homes.

Sign-up: Sign-up Online. Cancellations after March 26th will be charged $30.

This camp trip will consist of a lot of outdoor activities.  The scouts will be camping in the Adirondack Cabins, or in troop tents if they arrange ahead of time.

Wear Class A uniform with a Class B underneath for traveling

Check the weather forecast to see how cold it might get and pack accordingly.

If you have any questions, ask us at the troop meeting. Or contact Stephen Kringle at 651-528-9422 (email: smkringle@gmail.com)

Scouts/Adults should bring:

Complete change of clothes and extra socks

2 underwear

2 pair pants 

1 pair shorts (if weather appropriate)

2 shirts

Sweatshirt or jacket

Raincoat

Closed toe shoes/boots

Showershoes/Slides/Flip Flops 

Sleeping clothes

Sleeping bag

Pillow

Scout book

Flashlight

Pocketknife

Mess kit, cup, knife, fork and spoon (plastic recommended) 

Mesh bag with drawstring for holding/drying mess kit

Water bottle – squeeze-type

Backpack or duffel bag

Plastic bag for wet clothes

Smellables (personal hygiene):

Toothbrush/toothpaste

Soap and washcloth

Personal medication

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Stephen Kringle,
Mar 2, 2019, 11:15 PM
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Stephen Kringle,
Mar 2, 2019, 11:15 PM
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