Cub Day Camp 2020 Osceola District 8A **SUSPENDED**
DAY CAMP – 8A – June 15-19, 2020
Cub Scout Day Camp offers all Scouts a fun, exciting, and productive week of Scouting for boys and girls entering 1st through 5th grade. The week will be a fun-filled, action-packed adventure for only $115.00 (early registration fee). Cub Scouts receive a patch, t-shirt and all materials & programs with their registration fee. Cub Scouts are expected to wear their camp t-shirt every day during camp. Extra shirts may be purchased for $11.00 each during the registration process.
Please note: Camp t-shirts are ordered from the vendor on May 1st. Therefore, if you register after this, you will still receive a shirt, but the size cannot be guaranteed. BSA Medical Form parts A and B must be filled out for each child attending day camp, and can be found by clicking here, or are available at the pre camp meeting.
1st Grade Tiger Scouts MUST have an adult partner with them at camp all week per BSA guidelines!
Registration Fee: (includes a patch, t-shirt, materials, and programs):
$115 per person when paid in full by May 17, 2020
$130 per person when paid in full between May 18 & June 7, 2020
$140 per person when paid in full on or after June 8, 2020
Day Camp Installment Plan:
Register your Scout now for $50 and have the $65 balance paid in full by May 17, 2020 to lock in the early registration price!
Make Day Camp a great experience for you and your Scout by volunteering to be on Day Camp Staff! Volunteers get a patch, t-shirt, challenge coin, and $25 rebate for their Scout IF they volunteer for the entire week. Volunteers also must fill out a medical form (see link above) and have a current Youth Protection Training certificate on file at camp. Register to be a volunteer at Day Camp by also following this registration link.
***Adult volunteers may bring their younger child(ren) - IF A TOT LOT IS PROVIDED. Tot Lot children will have their own activities & crafts but are not part of the Cub program***
Benefits to Volunteering at Day Camp:
- Meet parents from your community.
- Have fun with doing activities and crafts with your Scout.
- Full training provided. Learn new skills.
- Opportunity for your Scout to see you in a positive leadership role.
- Be part of a team making a difference.
You can help for half a day or all five days. Here are some ways you can help:
- Teach a craft or Scouting skill.
- Help with check-in during the mornings.
- Help make presentations to Packs to encourage Scouts to attend camp.
- Run Errands for the director.
- Pick up ice each morning.
- Run the Tot lot.