Saracen Spring Outdoor Training

Spring 2017 Training Schedule

Saracen District

Quapaw Area Council, BSA

For more information, contact David Scoggins – Training Chair

Email: dscoggins@aol.com

 

ALL REGISTRATIONS SHOULD BE SENT TO THE COUNCIL OFFICE

Participants MUST also email David Scoggins to confirm registration

Registration Deadline: Thursday, March 24, 2017

 

COURSE: BALOO (Basic Adult Leader Outdoor Orientation)

Description: This basic outdoor skills program is designed for Cub Scout Leaders who want to plan and carry out an entry-level outdoor experience for the Cub Scout Pack. This is required for adults giving leadership on a Pack overnighter. This is an outdoor course. Come prepared for any kind of weather.

 

Date: Saturday, April 1, 2017

Place:  AGFC | Potlatch Conservation Education Center at Cook’s Lake

Time: Registration at 8:30 a.m. – Training begins at 9:00 a.m. – Ends late Afternoon

Cost: $10.00 (Includes all materials and lunch)

 

Participant Equipment to Bring:

Water Bottle, Chair/Stool, Hat, Comfortable Boots/Shoes, Rain Gear,
Plate/Bowl/Cup/Utensils, Pocket Knife, Lighter, Trash Bag, Hiking Staffs (if desired),
Notebook, Pen/Pencil

Registration Deadline: Thursday, March 24, 2017

COURSE: OLS (Introduction to Outdoor Leader Skills)

 

Description: This outdoor program is designed to provide basic outdoor skills essential to the Boy Scout program. This course is required training for Scoutmasters, Assistant Scoutmasters, Varsity Coaches, and Venturing Advisors who wish to be considered a trained leader. It is recommended for Webelos leaders and other adults who will be camping with youth. You will be camping and need to bring necessary gear. Come prepared for any kind of weather and having eaten your dinner. Cracker Barrel provided late Friday.

 

Date: Friday, March 31, 2017 – Sunday, April 2, 2017

Place: AGFC | Potlatch Conservation Education Center at Cook’s Lake

Time: Registration at 6:30 p.m. – Training begins at 7:00 p.m. Friday – Ends Sunday

Cost: $20.00 (Includes all materials and meals)

 

Participant Equipment to Bring:

Tent (Bring a small tent if you have one – One will be supplied if not – No large tents), Tarp/Ground Fly, Sleeping Pad, Sleeping Bag/Bed Roll, Pillow (if desired), Sleeping Clothes,
Personal Hygiene (Toothbrush/Paste, Soap, Towel, Shower Shoes, Etc),
Medicines and Other Special Needs, Weather Appropriate Clothing, Hat, Jacket,
Rain Gear, Comfortable Boots/Shoes for Walking, Chair/Stool, Flashlight, Rope,
Trash Bag, Compass, Lighter, Pocket Knife, Hiking Staffs (if desired),
Notebook, Pen/Pencil, Plate/Bowl/Cup/Utensils, Water Bottle