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Monday, June 13, 2011

Catoctin Mountain District Cub Scout Day Camp NEEDS HELP!

From Colby Child and Mike Deegan - Day Camp Coordinators.

We remain NEARLY poised to provide the best program possible for our scouts during the week of June 20-24.

However, we remain in search of three (3) adult Stewards to stand ready at the MOAT and instruct fishing to our young squires. We haven’t any Stewards in this area and are hopeful to not need to reorganize.

We remain in search of about ten (10) youth Stewards, 14+ yrs old, to stand ready in various areas including the Guildhall (crafts), the Moat (fishing), Sapine Forest (nature), Artists and Minstrels (art and stage) and Roundtable (Medieval Games).

Please, do not delay in sending word to Camelot about your interest and availability to serve King Arthur in his effort to train our young squires. Go to the following computer link http://www.boyscouts-ncac.org/openrosters/ViewOrgPageLink.asp?LinkKey=40962&orgkey=2009 to gather the needed Adult or Youth Staff application and submit it to Colby Child (mudrat@erols.com) or 301-271-4111 or to Mike Deegan (deeganmj@yahoo.com) or 240-344-4323.

Day Camp Needs Canopy shelters for our stations. We are hopeful to receive use for sources around the District of 10x20 ft canopy/carport type shelters. We have consolidated the program area somewhat and would like to be able to provide those groups that are in the open meadows of the Realm with some shelter from the hot sun. If units or persons possess shelters of this type AND would be willing to loan them to Day Camp, please contact Colby Child (see above contacts) without delay. We hope to set up camp on June 18th, next Saturday, and would like to have time to pick up the shelters before that event.

Thank you for your attention to the notice. We appreciate everything being done throughout the Realm to facilitate our Cub Scout’s day camp experience this year. We are striving for a program of the highest caliber; we want it to be Ex-Caliber!

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