Bartle Summer Camp
ADULTS GOING TO CAMP – Important
A requirement from council and the Dioceses is that any adult who attends summer camp, part-time or full-time, must be registered prior to attending. This requires an BSA adult application, BSA Youth Protection and Diocesan Protecting Gods Children Training to be completed and submitted with the appropriate dues to the committee chairman at an upcoming meeting, before going to camp.
LETTERS TO PARENTS – Under Construction
Our Camp Scoutmaster had put together a brief letter for the parents of Scouts who are going to Scout camp this summer. Click HERE to read.
WHAT TO BRING TO CAMP
For a general list of what to bring to camp, click HERE. There is also contact information here for the wooden camp boxes, if needed.
CAMP FEE PAYMENT SCHEDULE
Payment schedule for the 2018 Bartle Scout camp fee of $345 is as follows: Initial payment – non refundable $50 registration fee to hold the full time slot. This is based on names for Scouts who signed up and was used during the October 2017 Camp Draw for 2018 session. 2nd Payment is due before February 14th, 2018 – $147.50. Final payment due by April 18, 2018 – $147.50. Please not, a $25 late fee (HOAC policy) will be assessed to any outstanding scout camp balances past April 20th.
DOCUMENTS TO REVIEW AND FORMS TO BE COMPLETED BEFORE LEAVING FOR CAMP
The following documents/forms are required to be reviewed and completed prior to leaving for Scout camp. Once completed, these can be turned into the Bartle Camp Scoutmaster at an upcoming troop meeting.
This document has lots of information for camp including information on camp boxes as well as rules and fines for camp.
This is a contract between the troop and the Scout/parent that discuss rules for camp.
This is a BSA permission slip that allows the individual to input the information in the applicable spaces, then print and sign it for submission to the Bartle Camp Scoutmaster.
To be completed for all Scouts and adults who will be attending Bartle. This needs to be current for the duration of the session and has to be done annually.
To be used for all Scouts that need medications while at camp.
LABELING PERSONAL GEAR
If you want ti to come home from camp, put your son’s name and Troop 391 on it! If it doesn’t have a proper label on it, it may not make the round trip. Label everything with a permanent marker; under the collar, around the waistband, inside the shoe/sock, etc. Also label things like flash lights, Merit Badge books, pocketknives, and other equipment.
PROGRAM & LEADERS GUIDES
The following guides provide additional details related to Bartle Camp attendance, merit badge information and policies.