Orange Frontier District

2019 Cub Day Camp

“Traveling the Trails; Past, Present and Future”

 

 

To Register:  Go to “orangecounty.camp-master.com”

 

 

COST AND DATES:  as low as $145.00

Š      Campers: (includes 1 camp t-shirt, crafts, activities and insurance) extra t-shirt = $10

Cost is $150 if registered by June 21st

Cost is $170 if registered between Jun 22th to Jul 14th

 

NOTE:  If your unit earned the “Journey to Excellence Gold Unit Award for 2018, you are eligible for an addition $5.00 discount.  With early registration and JTE award = the total fee of $145.00

 

Refunds:  Last day to request a refund is 6/21/19 in writing.  There is a $50 cancellation fee

 

50% Camperships are available, please email: occubdaycamp@gmail.com for information.

 

Š      Adult Volunteer:  (No-cost, Free camp t-shirt for 3 to 5 days of volunteering) extra t-shirt=$10

   If you register by 6/21, you will receive at the volunteer training, a wood craft kit for your son.

Š      Youth Volunteer: (No-cost, Free t-shirt, optional hot meal plan of $15) extra t-shirt = $10

   If you register by 6/21, you will receive at the volunteer training, a survival bracelet kit.

Š      Siblings: cost of $5 per day, max. $20 per child. (includes 1 camp t-shirt) extra t-shirt = $5

   Siblings can only attend camp on the same hours as the parent volunteer.

 

CAMPERS: If the cub will be in this grade in the Fall, register him as a: 

1st grade = Tiger

2nd grade = Wolf

3rd grade = Bear

4th & 5th grade = Webelos / AOL

NOTE:  Campers must be currently registered with Boy Scouts of America, and maybe registered in any district or council in the US. If you have not yet submitted his application, call Christine 714-925-4484 for instructions.

 

ADULT VOLUNTEER: 

Den Coordinator: Each Den (Sea Creature) needs 2-3 adult coordinators.  The coordinators arrive at 2:30pm each day to receive the daily instructions and be ready to receive the den members. They escort their den to each of the events, helping at the program and craft areas and keep them on track with the schedule. They see that the Den is engaged with their Den and when there is spare time during the day, the Coordinators will help Den work on the Den’s skit / song for Friday night’s campfire.

 

Event Assistant: These volunteers will be assigned to program/craft/sport locations.  Your assignment may change from day to day as needed. You will receive your daily assignment at the Camp Director (Sheriff’s Office) check-in table.

 

 

YOUTH VOLUNTEER:  Receives your daily assignment from the Camp SPL (Senior Patrol Leader)

Š      Youth ages 11-13 will need to have a parent that is also volunteering and the youth will be assigned to the same activity as the parent. (This is a requirement of the National BSA policies)

Š      Youth ages 14-17 do not require a volunteering parent in camp on the days that the youth work.

 

Den Chief: A youth volunteer will be assigned to each den to act as a Den Chief.  He/she will work under the Lead Den Coordinator and assist as needed in escort the den around the camp and helping at some of the stations.

 

Event Helper: These youth will be assigned to program/craft/sports locations as needed.  Daily assignments may vary from day to day.

 

SIBLINGS:  Siblings are only allowed in camp on the day(s) that their parent is volunteering.

NO EXCEPTIONS

 

Š      Sibling girls: Age 6-10 & Tot-Lot: Age 3-5 boys and girls and potty trained.(Cost is $5 per day or $20 for the week)

Siblings/Tot-lot kids are required to stay in their area at all times and under the supervision of the Staff. Parents will pick up sibling/tot-lot kids during evening meal break.

 

Š      Pre-teen/Teens:  Age 11 to 17, register as a youth volunteer.   See Youth Volunteer information above.

 

GUESTS / VISITORS:

All guests/visitors must check-in at the Headquarters (Trail Head) to obtain a visitor badge.  Individuals without a visitor badge will be asked to go back to Headquarters to obtain one or to exit the camp area.

 

MEAL SERVICE:

You can prepay for lunch before camp starts and it will be ready for your son at the beginning of the dinner period.  Or you can walk up at lunch time to order and wait for it to be prepared.  A menu will be emailed to you after you register.

 

NOTE:  ALL PERSONS STAYING AT CAMP LONGER THAN 15 MINUTES MUST WEAR CLOSED TOE SHOES.