We have a great program set up for Day Camp, and great people to run the programs, but we must have adult volunteers in order to insure 2 Deep Adult leadership for the best Day Camp June 16-20, Wolf through Webelos I 8:30am to 3:30 pm, Webelos II 4:30 pm to 8:30 pm. We must have 2-deep Leadership throughout. Contact Elizabeth Abts at 205-821-0957, email@example.com, or Sarah Layfield at 205-821-0116, firstname.lastname@example.org, or go to http://www.vulcandistrict.com/cub-scout-day-camp/.
BOY SCOUTS, YOU ARE BEING CALLED TO SERVE
Cub Scouts look up to you, and you have a great opportunity to make a difference. We need Boy Scouts First Class and Above to help with Day Camp, June 16-20, 8am to 4pm, or Twilight, 4pm to 8:30pm. Go to: http://www.vulcandistrict.com/cub-scout-day-camp/, and fill out the Junior Leader Application.
2014 CAMP SEQUOYAH SPECIAL*WEEK 6
The Greater Alabama Council is thrilled to announce that we are adding a 6th week at Camp Sequoayh designed specifically for those Scouts that want to experience more summer camp. Scouts register to attend as individuals instead of with a troop. No adult leaders are required. The Camp Sequoyah Staff will provide instruction and be your Scout leader for the week. Each Scout will be assigned a campsite and adult staff members will provide leadership. Scouts can then focus their attention on merit badges and activities they really enjoyed or did not get to do during regular summer camp. For more information, go to: https://1bsa.org/article.php?cn=996&account=
Currently, almost all the pins for units in the Vulcan District are generic, or inactive. The Key 3 for every unit in Vulcan District needs to go to myscouting.org, and update their unit’s contact information.
Each unit can list 2 contacts, their website, facebook, give special announcements (like when is their school night or what school they recruit from), meeting times, and if the unit meets at a different location then the chartering organization they can put that there. The unit can even have a different logo if they would like.
If you would like to review the webinar on this, you may watch it here:
WEBELOS – DON’T MISS OUT.
What is a Webelos Resident Camp?
Webelos Resident Camp is four days and three nights of Scouting fun and adventure at Camp Comer! It provides Webelos Scouts a taste of the summer camp excitement they will enjoy when they become Boy Scouts, and to offer the opportunity to complete some, if not all, of the requirements for select Webelos Activity Pins.
Who can attend?
Resident Camp is open to all boys currently registered as Bears (rising Webelos I Scouts) or Webelos I Scouts (rising second-year Webelos). If you are going into the 4th or 5th grade, this is for you.
How much does it cost?
The cost for each Scout to attend is $135.00. The first adult leader is free with a minimum of 4 registered Webelos from your unit. The fee for each additional adult leader is $55.00. Payment of all fees must be submitted along with the Webelos Resident Camp Registration Form. All registration forms, rosters and fees must be submitted to the Council no later than July 7, 2014.
What will the Webelos do at camp?
Webelos Scouts attending the Webelos Resident Camp will be exposed to a wide range of activities for completion of activity pins. Webelos I Activity Pin programs may include Aquanaut, Naturalist, Geologist, Forester, Engineer, Scientist, Sportsman, Showman, or Artist. Webelos II Activity Pin programs may include Aquanaut, Outdoorsman, or Handyman. Activity Pins offered at the 2014 Webelos Resident Camp are subject to change, depending on course demand, volunteer staffing, and weather.
How does my Webelos Den Register?
Download the Leaders Guide, everything you need is in the Guide.
KEY DATES UPCOMING!!!Start Planning NOW!!!
Watch for more info at www.vulcandistrict.com & www.1ba.org
July 24 – Vulcan District Popcorn Kickoff
July 25 – Scouts on Ice
July 31 – School Night for Scouting Training, All units must be represented.
August 7 – Cookout/Roundtable – All Adults are invited
August 28 – Vulcan OA Chapter Meeting
September 4 – Vulcan District Roundtable– All Adults are invited
September 13 – Vulcan District Advance-O-Rama
September 13 – Cub Scout Leader Specific Training (Birmingham District)
September 20 – Cub Scout Fishing Rodeo, Oak Mountain State Park
September 25 – Vulcan OA Chapter Meeting
September 27 – Vulcan District Cast Iron Chef Cooking Competition
October 2 – Vulcan District Roundtable– All Adults are invited
October 5 – Cub Scout Safari at the Birmingham Zoo
October 11 – Vulcan/Birmingham District Training Day, Samford University
October 10-12 – Cub Haunted
October 17-19 – Cub Haunted
October 24-26 – Cub Haunted
October 30 – Vulcan OA Chapter Meeting
November 1 – Vulcan District Cubmobile Race (Bears and Webelos)
November 1-2 – IOLS Training
November 6 – Vulcan District Roundtable– All Adults are invited
November 7-9 – ScoutFest, Point Mallard
November 11 – Veteran’s Day Parade
November 14-15 – Cub Space Quest
November 20 – Vulcan OA Chapter Meeting
November 21-22 – Cub Space Quest’
December 4 – Vulcan District Roundtable– All Adults are invited