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Kon Wapos Lodge Gathering

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Ordeal candidates will complete their Ordeal and join our brotherhood, as well as Ordeal members sealing their membership by becoming Brotherhood members. Those who were selected to be Vigil honor members will also hold their vigil on these weekends. For those not doing their Ordeal, the weekend will be filled with service projects, as well as fellowship for everyone.

Ordeal candidates need to arrive at camp no later then 7:30 PM on Friday evening. The conclusion of the Ordeal, including flap and book distribution, will not be until Sunday morning.  Departure after 10am. 

Leaving camp during the weekend is prohibited. If any youth member needs to leave camp for any reason, they must sign out and be picked up by a parent or guardian OR have a signed permission slip from their parents or guardian stating why they are leaving and who has permission to pick them up. Thank you for your help with this safety issue.

All Scouts under 18 years old must have a signed permission slip to attend this event.

Everyone must bring a valid BSA Medical Form Parts A and B.

Items to bring for the weekend include: Scout uniform, mask(s), tent (1/person), sleeping bag, ground cloth, camp chair, work clothes and gloves (items will get dirty), rain gear, underwear, socks, toiletries, towel, carving knife, money for trading post, insect repellent, flashlight, health history form, OA permission slip (youth under 18) and any needed medications.  Current OA members should bring their OA sash.

Questions can be directed to the Lodge Adviser.  Mike Mailand,, 920-915-7901

When & Where
Bear Paw Scout Camp
Friday 08-28-2020 6:00 PM CT to
Sunday 08-30-2020 10:00 AM CT Past
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