Golden Gate Area Council - Mom and Cub 2022

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Mom and Cub 2022

Event Details

Moms and their Cub (Lion, Tiger, Wolf, Bear, and Webelos)


Located in the beautiful coastal redwoods of Camp Royaneh. The staff will guide you through a weekend of fun and adventure especially designed to reinforce that mother-child bond. A great escape for Cub Scouts and their moms (or another adult female partner like grandmothers, aunts, etc.). This event is friendly to those Moms who have not camped before! Flush toilets, warm showers, and sleeping accomodations are offered along with our hiking, crafting, and shooting sports. Once the event is full, you will be automatically be put onto the waitlist once you register. We cannot predict what the wailist will look like and cannot tell you how close or far you are on the waitlist. The fees for this camp include but are not limited to: food, program & program supllies, sleeping accomodations.

Camp is located at 4600 Scanlon Rd, Cazadero, CA 95421

Visit our website, photos, and experience by clicking here. Questions? Contact Camp Director Mary Mach or CJ Perez (momandcubggac@gmail.com)

Our COVID Protocols have changed:

Pre-Camp Procedures

1. Each Camper (Youth and Adult) is required to complete the Personal Health Screening Survey (Click here)

2. Every Camper and Driver must have a temperature below 100.4 °F just prior to departure for camp.

3.  Each participant, youth and adult, must have their own med forms. These can be found here

4. The CDC and CDPH both recommend vaccinations for scout age youth and adults. The council recommends that all families consult with the family health care providers.There is currently no council or national policy requiring vaccinations.

5. MASKING:

Outdoors: Masking is not required outdoors.

Indoors:  Face masks are not required in most indoor settings. 

Masks are required on public transportation, health care settings, emergency shelters and cooling and heating centers, homeless shelters, and long-term care settings and adult and senior care facilities. The California Department of Public Health (CDPH) strongly recommends masking in some indoor settings.

Note:  Those individuals wishing to wear are face coverings are free to do so per Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and CDPH guidelines. N95 and KN95 filter face masks appear to offer the best protection to the wearer. (For face masks to work properly, they should be worn with no facial hair between the skin and the seal of the masks.)

Contact
When & Where
Weekend 1
Camp Royaneh
Friday 05-13-2022 5:00 PM PT to
Sunday 05-15-2022 11:00 AM PT Past
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Weekend 2
Camp Royaneh
Friday 05-20-2022 5:00 PM PT to
Sunday 05-22-2022 11:00 AM PT Past
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