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CAMP HOYT - Cub Scout Super Hero Weekend!

WESTON PACK 75 ANNUAL PICNIC & OPTIONAL CAMPOUT

Sat., June 9, 2012 3:00pm – Sun., June 10, 2012 10:00am

Hoyt Scout Reservation, Redding, Connecticut

Blue & Green Pavilions

Picnic: $5/person ($20 family max) Campers: $10/family)
(Registration Link 5/21 – 6/5/2012)

 

Become a Super Hero at Camp Hoyt! Get a chance to discover your inner Super Hero at our secret hide-away only 15 minutes out of Weston but completely in the wilderness. Our theme this year will be Bring out the Super Hero in your Scout! We welcome scouts, friends and family to wear their favorite Super Hero costume and have an adventure and lots of fun. We will also be handing out masks and other goodies to get in the spirit. Take a break from shuttling between soccer, lacrosse, baseball, recitals—find some time to explore Camp Hoyt and find out what Scouting is all about at Pack 75's Cub Scout Expedition. Can't beat the pricing! This is what you do for family fun after you've put your time in everywhere.

This is our end-of-the-year celebration and a real Pack year-end “highlight”--an old-fashioned, good time with water balloons, tug o' war and other games, a country-style BBQ with all the fixins and a spirited campfire program culminating in a marshmallow roast and yummy s’mores. All Campfire participants receive the custom "Pack 75 Spring Campout"designed just for this event! All food, drinks, and supplies are provided by the Pack (your contribution is heavily supplemented by Pack funds)—so all you have to do is show up and have fun!
Even if you can’t spend the night, come for the dinner and campfire program. Den assignments are shown below-- it takes everyone doing their small part to pull this off!


 

Saturday, June 09, 2012

 

3:00 PM

Travel up the road, drop your load of gear and make camp.(Overnighters set up camp!)

4:00 PM

To the Colors & Tenderfoot Orientation (Getting ready for guests (spring recruits) and flag raising.)

4:30 PM

Adventure(Organized games- water balloon catapults, tug o' war, races, plus other Exploration skills)

5:30 PM

Participation Awards and Group Pictures

6:00 PM

Chow at the Campsite. Come 'n Get it!(Dinner)

8:00 PM

Campfire program.

9:00 PM

Evening Rations(Marshmallow Roast)

9:30 PM

Hit the Trail- for those not sleeping over

10:00 PM

Bunk down. Get some shut-eye. Lights Out (Camp Rule!)

Sunday, June 10, 2012

 

7-10:00am

Breakfast, Bust the Dust. Move 'em Out.



 

LEAVE NO TRACE!

Cost:

Picnic: $5 per person with $20 family maximum for picnic. Covers games, dinner, campfire & s'mores.
Campers: $10 per family. Covers site and awesome breakfast-- french toast, donuts, sausage, coffee, orange juice etc!


What to Bring:Wear Class B Uniform (BSA or pack T-shirt).Bring camp chair to sit in, sunscreen and insect repellent for the field where we play games and set up tents. Bring clothes for the weather--- you may need rain gear (poncho, boots)-- layers work best. Campers should bring tent, sleeping bag, mattress, pillow, overnight gear, toiletries, flashlight, change of clothes. Bring along any mitts, balls, or Frisbee you want-- but no hard bats--only whiffle ball (plastic bats) allowed. Pocket knives are only allowed for older boys (Bear & above) who have earned their whittling chip and they may only be used in the roped off designated area under direct adult supervision.

What Not to Bring: Drugs and alcohol are not allowed at any Boy Scout events. Cub scouting is for FAMILIES.

Directions:

  • Google Maps Link

  • Take Newtown Turnpike-Rte. 53 North.

  • At the top of the Saugatuck Reservoir, turn left and continue on Rt. 53 past the Redding Roadhouse, Mark Twain Library and John Read School to UMPAWAUG ROAD on the left.

  • Look for sign for the West Redding Railway Station…that’s Umpawaug Road.

  • Turn left and follow Umpawaug Road as it goes uphill.

  • At the fork, bear right onto MARCHANT ROAD past New Pond Farm and Fire Station.

  • Camp Hoyt is 9/10 of a mile on the right.

  • If you come to railroad tracks (Simpaug TurnPike), you’ve gone too far.

  • Our camp is the BLUE & GREEN PAVILLIONS.

DEN ASSIGNMENTS

All ranch hands expected to saddle up! Check with your Lead Explorer (den leader) to find out what you can do to help pull this even off!)

  • Set-up & Fire - Jr. Web Den – McGuire: Set up fire, tables under shelter, direct others.

  • Games - Wolf 8 – Phillips Den

  • Dinner Set-Up – Wolf Den Menke/Bos - Set out food, serve, lead the "grillers", s'mores!

  • Dinner Cooking - Bear 5 Den - Kopis/Iacoponi

  • Dinner Clean-up - Jr. Web Den - McGuire

  • Put food away (package up for folks to take home) etc.

  • Campfire Prog. - flag ceremony (Jr. Web Den - McGuire) skits (all dens must have skit), 2 songs, 2 skits, lighting of the fire ceremony (Rick Phillips), story reading & jokes (CM Sears). All dens CAN participate in different parts of the program. The FIRE will be an event by itself!

  • Breakfast - All overnight participants


 

Register:Due June 5, 2012
Click on Register above, or go to “ONLINE FORMS” on the Special Events Page. Online payment preferred.

Your “YES” on-line Registration is your agreement to pay. The Pack’s general policy is that if we’re not out money-- you aren’t. In light rain—the show goes on—we’ve had some terrific picnics sporting our rain ponchos! The water balloons are still fun in the rain, and the Brown Pavilion provides shelter for dining. If the event is canceled because of hazardous weather, the Pack will refund revenues net of incurred expenses. Let know of any change of plans so we can try to adjust our supplies and food order early.

Questions:Jeff Sears at