Dates: September 14-15, 2019 or October 26-27, 2019; pick one!
Location: Camp Herms, El Cerrito @ 1100 James Place
Time: Check in Saturday 7:00 am to 8:30 am; ends Sunday 10:00 am.
Cost: $45 WEBELOS, $25 Adults (pins, patches, entertainment, dinner & breakfast)
Process: On-line registration @ www.mdscbsa.org; reg. for both opens 8/1/19;
No on-site registration.
MDSC’s refund policy applies.
Limited to 200 Webelos per weekend . An adult must be with each youth.
Included: Pins, Patches, snack, overnight campsite, dinner, campfire, flag retirement, K9 Unit, Astro Wizard &
Scout Shop will be onsite Saturday from 8 am to 1 pm.
The WEBELOREE is an overnight tent campout for WEBELOS & their parents led by troops. Youth
work on four Pins & one patch, (Aware & Care, Sports, Earth Rocks! & Outdoor Pins, plus BB Guns Shooting
Sports Award Patch).
Parents will learn about Scouts BSA while enjoying time with their scout.
â Aware & Care, Sports and Shooting Sports will be fully covered, but parents/den leaders will need to complete
some requirements for Outdoor and Earth Rocks! before attending. (See below for details)
â Each WEBELOS must be accompanied by a parent or guardian who must stay with their WEBELOS
throughout the day. No siblings may attend who are not Webelos.
â Required Forms: Bring a copy of the Firearms Form & parts A & B of the Medical Form found here: BSA MEDICAL FORM PART A & B BSA SHOOTING PERMISSION FORM
Bring both forms to Camp Herms. Bring only a COPY of your type A & B medicals for your child & parent, as records will not be returned.
â All adults must complete Youth Protection Training. Other guidelines are found in Guide to Safe Scouting.
â Correcting: All Scouts, BSA, staff and parents are deputized to correct poor behavior per the Boy Scout Promise, Law and Oath. Parents: Please assist with camp activities when requested. This will make for a smoother camp.
â Parking will be in the quarry. Enter camp off James Pl, the north end of camp. Exit the quarry to the immediate left going south down the camp road to Villa Nueva Dr.
No vehicles may leave camp between 11 PM - 7 AM.
â Field uniforms (including the official shirt) must be worn during check-in and flag ceremonies. Activity uniform (including a Scout related T-shirt) is permitted during Round Robin sessions.
â Meals: BRING YOUR OWN LUNCH. During the pin activities, camp will provide ingredients and instructions for families to prepare foil dinners. (If dietary restrictions aren't compatible with our VEGAN
dinner option, PLEASE BRING A READY TO EAT MEAL FOR DINNER) Camp staff will cook & deliver meals to the quarry during one of two assigned dinner periods (5:35 or 6:20pm). Be sure to bring your
MESS KITS! Dishes, cups & utensils will NOT be provided. A light Sat. afternoon snack is provided around 3:25 for youth at the 4th station. Sunday breakfast for all will be provided at 7am. BRING
YOUR COFFEE CUP & MESS KIT or at least a cup and plate. No alcohol is allowed per BSA policy.
â What to bring: 1 copy of medical forms (Part A & B) & Firearm Forms, a day pack, poncho, mess kit, water, ground cover, tent, sleeping bag/pad, flashlight, toiletries, sack lunch, WEBELOS handbook, field & activity uniform, warm clothes (40° at night), folding chair & Do Your Best attitude!
â What NOT to bring: All electronics (games, iPod, etc.); knives/axes (a pocketknife with a Whittling Chip is the exception). Pocketknives used in an unsafe manner will be confiscated & returned to an adult leader.
â A limited # of camperships are available & must be submitted by 7/25, before registration opens on 8/1.
â Pin prep, review & follow-up: 1) Choose before/after camp to complete REQ #2 of Earth Rocks! & complete #1, 2, 3 & 5 of Outdoor. We will only review #2, 3 & 5 of Outdoor.
2) Review ALL pin & patch REQs with your scout before coming! 3) During camp, your job will be to make sure your scout has completed what we go over & after camp sign him/her off only when complete.
For Questions, Campership Appl. or to Volunteer: Contact Mike Moffat Michael.Moffat@Scouting.org.