Cub Family Camping
Agatha A. Durland Scout Reservation
June 5-7, 2009

Earn Service hours and gain Leadership experience.  Durland is looking for help in the following areas:

  • Scout Skills: 8 – 10 Scouts to teach skills to the cubs and siblings: Skills include: Knots, pitching tents, first aid, camping essentials, building a wood fire, outdoor essentials….
  • Nature: 8 – 10 Scouts to teach Nature to the cubs and siblings: Nature includes but not limited to: Forest structure, local foliage and trees, animals of Durland, geology, Outdoor Code….
  • Fitness: 4 – 6 Scouts to teach simple exercises and nutrition to cubs and siblings: Teach why it is important to be healthy, clean and fit. Reading nutrition labels, menu planning,
  • Waterfront: (canoeing) 4 scouts – must have earned canoeing and swimming merit badges. This area it is especially important to have experienced scouts.
  • Crafts: 4 – 6 Scouts to run the Arts and Crafts area. Must run the area with patience. Cubs are allotted 50 minutes to complete 3 or 4 projects. Leatherworkings experience a plus.

Durland is also looking for Scouts to help with; traffic control, campsite area and campfire builders.

Each Scout receives a certificate of service, a 2009 patch, and service hours. BBQ dinner for ½ price.

If you would like to volunteer for Cub Family Camping weekend, please discuss with Scoutmaster Carley.