Who: Registered Scouts and other individuals aged from 8 to 20 years of age.
Cub Scouts and youth aged 8 to 11 years old are invited to come for the day and enjoy exploring Camp Babcock-Hovey. These individuals will be allowed to participate in archery. In order to participate in BB-gun shooting individuals must be at least 10 years old. This group will only be shooting for fun. No prizes will be awarded.
Boy Scouts, Varsity Scouts, Venturing Scouts, Explorers, Sea Scouts and those participants aged 12 years old to 20 years old are invited for the day to either compete in the Top Shot competition or to cheer on the competitors and enjoy other program offerings.
Competitors: either must be a registered Boy Scout, Varsity Scout, Venturing Scout, Explorer or Sea Scout OR an individual aged 12 years old to 20 years old who signs a “permission to shoot” form.
Adults: are not eligible to compete, but are encouraged to help at the ranges or with the program offerings. If time permits adults that volunteer and help out in some way may be allowed to participate at a particular range.
What: During the morning there will be an open shoot at all of the ranges. In the afternoon scored competition will commence. Each competitor will get one session at each range for scoring. Each range will have a maximum score of 100 points for a grand total of 500 possible points for the competition.
There will be two categories in terms of the competition. Individuals aged 12 year to 15 years old and those who are 16 years old to 20 years old.
Why: See who is the Top Shot for the day. Every competitor will get a free t-shirt and pin. Trophies and prizes will be handed out in both age groups.
Cost: Includes a lunch for all paid participants.
$10 per youth participant (under 12 years old), Adult volunteer, or non-participant.
$25 per participant (12 years old to 20 years old)
$5 late fee if registered after April 7th or on the day of the event.
Health Forms: All participants and adult volunteers must bring a completed BSA health form parts A & B. This form is available on the Seneca Waterways Council website under the tab for “forms” for any participant who is not registered with the Boy Scouts of America.
Equipment: Participants should NOT bring their own firearms, bows, or knives. All firearms, bows, knives, and ammunition will be provided at the activity.
Questions: email Matt Crance at email@example.com OR Eric Falkman at firstname.lastname@example.org.