Webelos Outdoor Weekend
October 16-18, 2020 at Camp James Ray
WEBELOS: 8:00 am (Saturday) Registration/Check-In
TROOPS and CREWS: Check in Friday from 6:30 - 8pm
Check-out by Sunday 10:00 am
Thank you for registering for the Lone Star District WOW.
Lone Star District is looking for at least one adult per Troop to help with meal preparations. The volunteer must take a food safety course (approximately 30 minutes to complete). The course can be found HERE.
The following documents will be REQUIRED to attend the Lone Star District WOW event whether Webelos Scout, adult, or staff (each person will need each of the documents; no grouping of documents):
2020 Medical Form A & B – Download HERE
COVID-19 "At-Risk" Camp Participant Statement - Download HERE
COMPLETED Pre-Event Medical Screening Checklist - Download HERE
Please print (legibly) on the back of Pre-Event Medical Screening Checklist the following items
Participant's unit type (pack, troop, crew, etc.)
Participant's unit number
Date Pre-Event Medical Screening Checklist (should be 24-48 prior to attending WOW)
Signature of parent/guardian (if for youth) or signature
COMPLETED Commit to Transport – Downloand HERE
Have read and agree to execute the 2020 Circle Ten Council Arrival/Check in Procedure below
Arriving at Camp
As you arrive at camp, please follow the signs/cones.
A volunteer will collect all the paperwork, temperature checks, and direct you to the next step.
Don’t forget to bring cash for concessions during the movie which is sponsored by the Order of the Arrow.
If you plan to leave early please let us know when you check in.
Lone Star District WOW is all about Scouts working with Webelos to teach Scout skills and the ideals of scouting. This is a great opportunity for Webelos to meet the Troops in the Lone Star District as they start to think about which Scout Troop to join. Troops, this is a great opportunity to show off your Scout skills and earn the admiration and respect of the Webelos. Again, this is an opportunity for Webelos to meet many of the Scouts from the different Troops in the Lone Star District. On Saturday, the Webelos will rotate from station to station throughout the day to learn exciting Scout skills from each Troop. We will start with an opening Ceremony and end with a Campfire Program. If your Webelos would like to participate in a flag ceremony or put on a fun skit during our Campfire program the Webelos and Scouts will have the opportunity to do so.
Who: All 1st and 2nd year Webelos AND adult partner (parent / guardian) OR at least 1 adult leader for every 5 Webelos with 2 deep leadership). Those who have Sunday obligations are encouraged to leave after camp fire on Saturday night.
Scout Troops, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org with the Scout skill you would like to do. Troops can teach skills they think would be appropriate for Webelos scouts such as rope making, lashing competition, tent setup, Cast Iron Chef, rope throw rescue, geocaching, etc... Troops are encouraged to incorporate their activity to a Webelos Requirement like Outdoorsman, Readyman, Stroner Faster Higher, Camper, etc. Be Creative and be responsible with your ideas. We want the Webelos to have FUN; and of course we want everyone to have fun!
Webelos girls, if you would like to come to WOW with a female troop then troop 406-G would like to invite you to camp with them. Just sign up and email email@example.com and you are in.
Cost: Due to the pandemic food preparations are not allowed at the campsites by units. All meals will be at the dining hall and will be by professional staff in a social distancing setting. Thus the cost of camp is a little higher. Meals will be served Saturday for breakfast, lunch, and dinner and a walking breakfast on Sunday. Eat before you come on Friday.
Fees for Everyone: $25
Provisions: Except for eating in the dining hall, this event should be treated as a weekend campout. Packs, Troops, Crews you will provide your own tents, camping gear etc… OA might have a concession stand for purchasing snacks so scouts may want to bring a few dollars. WEBELOS: You will camp with a Scout Troop. Please make every effort to contact the Troop that you wish to camp with and get their approval prior to registering. When you register, please let us know who you will be camping with. IF YOU CANNOT FIND A TROOP TO CAMP WITH, LET US KNOW AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. We will help you find a troop.
Flyer: 2019 WOW Flyer
Campfire/Cracker Barrel: Saturday night – skits, songs, fun, and snacks (available for sale by your OA Staff)! Creativity and humor abound! (Please let us know on arrival if you would like to do a skit Saturday night. Skit approval during Leaders meeting Friday night.)
Staffing: The OA (Order of the Arrow) will be staffing the event. If you are an OA Member, or Venturing Scout and you would like to help staff this event please let us know. Remember the needs of your Troop should always come first. For staffing questions please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org Co-ed Venture Scouts are welcome to assist with Staffing (We will have the appropriate adult leadership to accommodate young lady, Venturing Scouts.)
OA Brotherhood Ceremony: If it has been 10 months since your ordeal, you are likely eligible for the Brotherhood. The cost for the Brotherhood ceremony is $20 (AND YOU WILL GET A BROTHERHOOD SASH)
QUESTIONS: Contact email@example.com
See www.lonestardistrict.org/activities/wow for more details and deadlines.