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Munsee Webelos Klondike 904218 or 900218

Munsee Webelos Klondike 904218 or 900218
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All Webelos Scouts and Arrow of Light Scouts are invited to participate in this Webelos Klondike competition.  The event will test their skills as a patrol in their ability to show up prepared for the weather conditions and on requirements from five Webelos/Arrow of Light Adventures:

*Event Conditions Preparedness * Building a Better World Adventure*

*Webelos Walkabout/Outdoorsman Adventure * Cast Iron Chef Adventure * First Responder Adventure *

Event information is as follows:                     Location:  The Loop Area, Watchung Reservation            

Date:  Saturday, February 10, 2018        Inclement Weather Date:  Saturday, February 17, 2018

The event schedule is as follows:

  • Registration & turn in of canned food donations at the Headquarters building:  8:30 a.m.
  • Webelos Klondike Skills Competition:  10:00 a.m. through 12:00 p.m.
  • Lunch Time:  12:00 p.m. through 1:00 p.m. (Bring a lunch or eat with your troop)
  • Awards Ceremony:  1:00 p.m.
  • Open time to visit Boy Scout Klondike Challenge Towns:  1:30 through 3:00 p.m.

This is a great opportunity for your Webelos and AOL Scouts to work as a patrol and demonstrate their Scout skills.  Patrols should be 4 to 7 Scouts, and a sled is not required.  All skill requirements are defined on the “Stations at the Webelos Klondike Event, February  11, 2017” information sheet on the in the packet, and are readily accessible as noted on the sheet.  So start preparing the boys now.  All are Webelos or Arrow of Light skills/information.  They will be expected to know these skills/information as new Scouts once they Bridge over so the event will give them a head start. 

Please note the “Event Conditions Preparedness” station on the information sheet.  Dressing properly for a day out in the elements is critical.  That is why it is a graded station.  The two key areas are layering and footwear.  Layers can be added or taken off as the weather or activity level changes throughout the day, and the footwear should be waterproof and warm.  And don’t forget the hat!  The stations will supply all necessary skills materials so boys only need to bring the items listed for this station and they should pack a lunch.  And of course they should bring their Scout Spirit.  All stations give bonus points for Scout Spirit!!!!!

Please register your patrols on line.  Cost of this event is $5.00/Scout and will include an event patch.  Your boys will build confidence as Scouts and also have a great time.  And to reinforce that “A SCOUT IS KIND & HELPFUL”, each boy will bring 5 cans of food to be donated to local food banks. Helping our less fortunate neighbors is what Scouting is all about. Having Fun Being Kind Being Helpful = One Great Day.

For more information, contact Ed Novak, 908-265-2331, or Dan Turano, 908-688-6204, or Will Adams, 973-765-9322 x234,

Please volunteer your Pack to help staff one of the four Adventure stations.  An event staffer will be at each station to work with the volunteers.  The more volunteers, the faster we can run patrols through.

Informational Packet

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If you have a question, comment, or suggestion, please e-mail: Beth Miller-Porter

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