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Pine Island District

Wild West Cub-O-Ree March 31-April 2, 2017

To our Cub Scouts and their Families,

We would like to take this time to Welcome you to the 2017 Pine Island District Cub-O-Ree and Thank You in advance for your help and cooperation. This will be a Wild West Time that you won’t forget! In the spirit of this year’s theme, Wild West, we hope that you and your unit have (or will) come up with some T-Riffic ideas for your unit activities, gateways, menus, uniforms, campsites and flags. We look forward to working with you to create another great Cub Scout experience for all the scouts in the Pine Island District.

Yours in Scouting, The 2017 Cub-O-Ree Committee  Questions or Concerns? Email – [email protected]

Registration Procedures…………………………………………………………………………………..4 Cub-O-Ree Rules…………………………………………………………………………………………………5 What to Bring?.......................................................................................................6 Schedule of Events……………………………………………………………………………………………7 Cub-O-Ree Event and Competition Descriptions ……………………………………….9 Campsite Inspection………………………………………………………………………………………….11 Event Flag Competition…………………………………………………………………………………….12 Iron Chef……………………………………………………………………………………………………………13 Iron Chef Roster………………………………………………………………………………………………14 Tug-of-War Roster …………………………………………………………………………….……………15 Unit Roster…………………………………………………………………………………………………………16

Registration Procedures Registration on location: All units may begin arriving to check-in your unit and set up camp as early as 4pm on Friday, March31, 2017. If you have any additional participants at the time of check-in please be prepared to pay the additional registration fees by cash (exact amount) or check. NO CREDIT CARDS. The only vehicle allowed to remain in front your assigned site will be your pack trailer. All other vehicles will be able to drop gear of in front of your site, then promptly move to the designated parking areas. Thank You! Lights out is 11:00pm. No activity is to be conducted in the campsites after this time. Gateways should be finished at this time or completed in the morning before Spirit Circle. Medical Forms – Each person (Scouts, Leaders, Parents and Siblings) who are attending, whether camping or not, is considered a participant and MUST have a BSA Personal Health and Medical Record Form. It is the Pack’s responsibility to keep these forms together and available for inspection at the time of check-in. Tour Plans: Not necessary for this event.

CUB-O-REE Rules PLEASE take the time to read through this booklet thoroughly and share all pertinent information, with all leaders, scouts and families that will take part in this event. Your participation in this event secures your agreement to abide by the rules in this packet. Rule #1 – Be Safe! Rule #2 - Be Respectful of all Participants and the Environment!! Rule #3 – HAVE FUN!!! Buddy System: An absolute MUST! Please enforce the buddy system at all times. * Stay away from the water’s edge. Uniforms: The Cub-O-Ree uniform will be a class B activity shirt, (No Tank Tops) shorts or pants, close toed shoes (No Flip Flops) and a Cub Scout Hat if head covering is worn. This applies to ALL Scouts and their family members. The Scout Class A uniform MUST be worn by the scouts and their leaders for Sunday morning for Scouts Own Service. Fires: Each Units Kitchen must have a full fire extinguisher with a current inspection sticker. Ground Fires will NOT be permitted. All fires must be a minimum of 18” off the ground and self contained. Any open fire must be attended by an adult extinguished completely prior to leaving camp. Please be prepared to pack out your own ashes if you choose to have a small fire. Lights Out: 11:00pm There should be no activity going on in the campsites after 11:00pm. Cracker-Barrel: Cub Masters, Please attend the cracker-barrel meetings on Friday and Saturday nights at 10:00pm. Pen and Paper are always a good idea, as we will be giving out important information for the following days’ events. Remember to bring a snack to share. If a representative from your pack is not present, your pack will forfeit the receipt of special awards for the weekend. * Tug of War Rosters must be turned in on Friday night at Cracker-Barrel for participation in the Tug of War event... NO EXCEPTIONS. Trash: There are limited trash facilities available. YOUR UNIT will be responsible for putting its trash in the proper receptacle. Be courteous of your neighbors and follow the Leave No Trace Guidelines. Toilet Facilities: Remember, a scout is clean! Please talk to your scouts and their families about sanitation and the need to keep the latrines clean. WE are responsible for keeping the Restroom

Facility Clean throughout the event, so please DO YOUR BEST to keep the facilities clean and free of debris at all times.  No No and No! This is a Cub Scout event…NO Alcoholic Beverages, No Smoking and No Pets! Tent Camping – No Campers or RV’s and No Generators. If power is needed due to a medical necessity, please advise the staff at the time of registration. Electronic Devices should be left at home. Parking – Vehicles will only be permitted on the roadway to the campsites to drop off gear. You will then need to move your vehicle to the designated parking area. This transaction will need to be quick as only so many cars will be able to get back to campsites at the same time. Please be courteous of all campers.

Schedule of Events Friday Time

Event

Location

4:00pm

Check-in Begins

Registration / Campsites

5:00pm - 7:30pm

Unit Dinner and Clean - Up

Campsites

5:00pm – 8:00pm

Hot Dog / Hamburger Sales

Registration

7:30pm

Spirit Circle Gathering

10:00pm

Cracker Barrel

Registration Pavilion

11:00pm

LIGHTS OUT!

Campsites

Saturday Time

Event

Location

7:00am

Reveille

Campsites

7:00am – 9:00am

Breakfast and Clean Up

Campsites

9:15am

Spirit Circle

9:30am – 10:00am

Opening Ceremony (Leave your event Flag in the designated area of the activities field for judging…pick it up on your way to Lunch at noon)

10:00am – 12:30pm

Unit Sponsored Midway Games

Basketball Court/Activities Field

3:30 pm – 5:00pm

Tug-of War

Activities Field

10:00am – 12:00pm

Campsite Inspections Gateway Judging Unit Flag Judging

Campsites

12:00pm – 1:30pm

Lunch and Clean Up

Campsites

12:30pm – 2:00pm

Iron Chef

1:45pm – 4:45pm

Afternoon Activities

5:00pm – 7:00pm

Dinner and Clean Up

7:15pm – 8:45pm

Campfire Show Awards: Campsite, Gateway, Iron Chef, and Event Flag

9:30pm

Cracker Barrel

Registration

11:00pm

LIGHTS OUT!

Campsites

Campsites

Schedule of Events

Sunday Time

Event

Location

7:30am

Reveille

Campsites

7:30am – 9:00am

Breakfast and Clean Up

Campsites

9:15am

Scouts Own

10:00am

Closing Ceremony

10:30am

Camp Clean Up

Campsites

12:00pm

Check Out

Registration / Campsites

Camp Clean Up and Check Out Procedures: Do not begin to drop camp until AFTER the closing ceremonies. Help will be needed in the activity areas. We ask that one adult from each unit assist with the common areas. Units may not leave until your site has been checked by a member of the check out team. At this time a packet will be given to your unit with Cub-O-Ree memorabilia and information.

Event Descriptions Prehistoric Paperback: Each Unit will receive a “Prehistoric Paperback” booklet on Friday night at Cracker Barrel or at Registration Saturday Morning for units coming for the day. This booklet will contain important information about the weekend’s activities, a list of activities in which you can participate and sign off on, and a ballot in which the SCOUTS should have the opportunity to vote for their favorite activities as well as the Pack with the MOST SPIRIT. Unit Sponsored Activity / Game: Themed activities are preferred! Show off your pack’s creativity with an original or modified game or activity that correlates with this year’s theme. Please bring all materials and man power necessary to run your unit’s game /activity. Each unit will be awarded with a ribbon for participating. There will be 1st, 2nd and 3rd awards given for the “Cub’s Favorite Game.” Unit Built Gateway: Work together to build an amazing gateway. Working together as a team, scouts and adults, will be great preparation for the boys for future gateways. Scout participation must be obvious. Gateways will be judged and awarded 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place ribbons. Please see attached scoring information Tug of War: The Seminole District Tug of War Trophy will be up for grabs…who wants to take home the title this year? If your unit will be participating, you will need to turn in your team(s) roster on Friday night. NO EXCEPTIONS! We are looking forward to a FUN and FAIR Tug of War tournament! The competition will begin Saturday morning after Spirit Circle and will continue throughout the day. Tug of War finals will take place at the beginning of the Camp Fire Show.

Iron Chef: What will this year’s T-Riffic ingredient be? Find out at Cracker Barrel on Friday Night! Be creative in cooking up an award winning meal for the judges to devour. 1st, 2nd and 3rd place awards will be given. See the details attached. Campsite Competition: 1st, 2nd and 3rd place winners will be awarded based on the scores from the Campsite Inspection Sheet. See the details attached.

Event Descriptions Spirit Award: We have SPIRIT yes we do, we have SPIRIT, how about you! The Spirit award will be ready to soar off with the Pack who shows the most Cub Scout Spirit. The spirit award will be voted on by YOU! To win the Spirit Award you must vote for a pack other than yours, your unit must be represented at Cracker Barrel, be in attendance at Scouts Own, your unit must provide a game / activity for the Activity Midway and your unit must turn in their “Prehistoric Paperback.” What to look for when voting x Pack Spirit throughout the entire weekend. x Good Sportsmanship x Displays theme through activities, campsite, meals, flag, chants, etc. x Attendance at all gatherings and events including Cracker Barrel and Scouts Own x Activity and Competition Participation x Enthusiasm x Pack considerations for surroundings, human and environment.

Camp Fire Show: Please sign up on Friday at Cracker Barrel for your time slot to perform a skit or two. At this time you will need to supply the Cub-O-Ree staff with a summery or script for your skit. Remember to bring your unit flag, a song, chants and your SPIRIT. Your Pack can either sit in the grass or in chairs (bring your chairs, if this is what you choose). There will be designated seating areas for those who choose to sit in the grass and those who choose to bring chairs so that everyone can see. Please be courteous to others, if you choose to sit in your camping chairs, sit towards the back and allow those sitting in the grass to sit in front of you.

Campsite Competition

2017 Pine Island District Wild West Cub-O-Ree

Unit # ____________ Camp Cleanliness Leave NO Trace: For each piece of trash deduct 2 points Food off the ground. 12 inch minimum (in closed containers) Garbage container closed and clean Dishwashing area designated and clean

-2pts _____________ 10pts______________ 10pts______________ 5pts ______________

Safety Vehicles in campsite: deduct 25 points for each Fire Extinguisher: 1 in a central location, 1 at the cook site Certification Tags must be up to date. First Aid kit visible and ready to use An Adult in Camp Site

-25pts ______________ 25pts______________

Poor Example set by Leaders: deduct 25

-25pts______________

10pts______________ 5pts______________

Scout Craft Tents Set up properly (flies, stakes, ground cloths, etc) 10pts______________ Tent Windows Open for visual inspection (gear stowed neatly) 10pts______________ Duty Roster and Menu Posted, Clearly Visible and 15pts______________ protected from the elements Menu depicts the Cub-O-Ree theme 5pts_______________ Pioneering Gadgets ( 1 point per labeled) 10pts_______________ American and Unit Flags Displayed Properly at the entrance 20pts_______________ of Campsite. American Flag should be displayed on the left when entering the campsite. Gateway built Sturdy and Appropriate 15pts_______________ Gateway depicts the theme 5pts_______________ Unit number and Charter Organization Displayed on Site

10pts_______________

Camp Area Campsite Boundaries clearly defined with stakes and rope

15pts_______________

Cub-O-Ree theme clearly displayed throughout the entire campsite 25pts_______________ Total ______ points of 205 possible points

2017 Wild West Cub-O-Ree

Iron Chef Competition Who will be the Top Chef? What is the Secret Ingredient? Find out at the Friday Night Cracker Barrel! Let’s see which unit can be the most creative without any long term preparation! The secret ingredient will be supplied for all participating teams. Units will have to supply all other ingredients and cooking supplies. Each unit may have one or more team. Each team should consist of up to 5 scouts and 1 adult. Each team will need to come up with a theme related name. Do not include pack number . Teams will need to be registered at Cracker Barrel on Friday Night. The adult will be responsible for any cooking that needs to be done as instructed by the team of scouts. The adult will oversee all preparation done by the scouts and make sure that the team has washed their hands , that they are wearing gloves and practicing safety in the kitchen. (Gloves will be supplied) Iron Chef Competition Scoring Team Name:_______________________________________________ Entry Number:_____________ Possible Points 20

Points Awarded _____________

Appearance

20

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Taste

20

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Creativity

Bonus: _____________________________________________ 20 Total _______ points of 80 possible points

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Judged By: ________________________________, ____________________________________ And __________________________________________________________________________

Iron Chef Team Roster Unit #:______ Cub Master:_____________________

Team Name:________________________________________________ Name

Rank

1 2 3 4 5 6 This roster must be completed and turned in on Friday night at Cracker Barrel for Unit Participation. NO EXCEPTIONS!

Tug of War Roster

2017 Pine Island District Wild West Cub-O-Ree

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Unit #:____________ Cub Master:

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This roster must be completed and turned in on Friday night at Cracker Barrel for Unit Participation. NO EXCEPTIONS! Please do your best to balance your team by scout rank. We do not want a team solely comprised of Tigers nor a team of comprised solely of Webelos.

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