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Webelos / Resident Camp Health Forms due tonight 5/23

For Webelos going to resident camp this summer and the parent volunteers: Please remember to bring your completed health forms tonight to Hammill Hall prior to leaving for your ‘Go See it’ activity uptown.

We cannot complete the registration for camp until we hand deliver these forms to council, so it is imperative you provide us with these forms or you will not be allowed to attend camp.

Thank you!

Camping/Graduation is on!

Pardon the late post, but leadership was trying to decide what to do about this weekend – but camping and graduation is on like Donkey Kong at Belk Scout Camp!

Graduation ceremony will be held in the late afternoon / early evening to accommodate baseball games and other activities (including the rain)!

All scouts – even if they don’t want to camp – should attend the graduation ceremony.  This is a special event and the culmination of their entire year of work, fun and learning.  They get to advance to the next level of scouting – a terrific accomplishment.

Please be sure to contact Eddie Stewart either by phone or text  at 704-361-1973 to keep him updated on when you will arrive – we can move the time of the ceremony if scouts are running late.

Directions to Belk are here.

Be sure to pack extra clothes and ponchos in case you get wet.  Remember, camping is fun in sun or rain – it’s a different adventure every time!

Blue and Gold + Camping this weekend!

This weekend is an exciting adventure for all scouts and families.

Camping will be at CrossWinds Campground in Linwood, NC from Friday evening through Sunday afternoon.  We will also be celebrating the birth of Scouting through Blue & Gold ceremonies on Saturday evening.  High level agenda is as follows:

  • Friday arrival (late afternoon/evening) – bring your own dinner/eat prior to arrival
  • Saturday – breakfast, lunch and dinner will be provided.  Morning activities include Tiger World or NC Transportation Museum (each family pays their own admission).  Lunch will be served at the campground, followed by afternoon fun, fishing and fellowship.  Dinner will also be provided.
  • Sunday – breakfast is provided.  There is a short prayer, clean up and departure late morning / early afternoon.

Unique to this campground: fishing is available, there is playground on site and a horseshoe pit for adults and walking trails.

This weekend at Tiger World: Celebrate and help the environment this Earth Day! Bring any potted tree, bush, shrub or flowering plant to Tiger World from April 22 – 29 and receive one free admission (1 per customer). This will help beautify the zoo and help our planet.

Tiger World is an endangered wildlife preserve promoting conservation through education.  You can walk around and enjoy the animals, and for an additional cost ($5 per feed cup), you can also feed some of the animals including the monkeys, bears, and birds.

The NC Transportation Museum features refurbished trains as well as a hands on museum.  Train rides are at 10:30am, 11:30am, 1:30pm and 2:30pm on Saturdays and at 1:30pm, 2:30pm and 3:30pm on Sundays.  Regular admission does not include train rides.

Direction to CrossWinds: located off of I-85 between Lexington and Salisbury on Sowers Rd.

160 Campground Lane, Linwood, NC 27299

Phone 336-853-4567

From Pineville:
Take Interstate 485 East/North/Outer loop towards Concord.  Get off for the Interstate 85 North exit towards Concord.  Continue north past Concord Mills, through Kannapolis. After Salisbury, take Exit #84 off of I-85, turn left at the stop sign, cross over the interstate while getting in the left-hand turn lane.  Make a left turn onto Wilcox Way (Notice blue campground sign). In 2/10th mile, make a right turn onto Sowers Road.  Campground is first driveway on the right and is located on Jordan Lake.
Pack 502 contact will be Eddie Stewart (704-361-1973)



3/14: Meet in Sanctuary

Due to set up of voting booths in Hammill Hall, tonight’s meeting will be in the Sanctuary.  See you then!

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