There are 11 spaces available
Preliminary information about the "outdoor skills" indaba below. I will not know the cost of the food for camp until closer to the date, once I know dietary concerns and food costs.
You may come out to Camp the Friday night before camp, if that works better for traveling, but bring your breakfast for Saturday morning. All other meals will be provided unless you need some special food which I can’t provide.
Groups will have to purchase you your knecker and woggle. When you have completed Part 1 and 2, I will contact your Group Commissioner and let them know that you have successfully completed the training and that they need to purchase your recognition and present it to you.
There are a few spaces left for the 2 "Outdoor skills" Indaba planned for June, 2023. The content is the same during each session, just different dates and locations. The spaces will be filled on a first come first serve basis. I will be away during some of April and most likely will not respond to emails but the order that I receive your email will be used to fill the spots. I will let you know about your registration after April 25th.
There are NO spaces available
The cost of camp is approximately 40 – 50 dollars. This covers the cost of the food. I will let you know the exact amount closer to time when the menu is planned. I will be working in cash as I don’t have a bank account to run the money through. (I will accept a cheque made out to Shirley Larson). The Camp space has been donated, so the only cost is food. I will provide receipts and a financial record after camp. Any overage will be donated to the facility/Group.
Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org to register for your spot.
Yours in Scouting,
Shirley Larson and Patti Kent
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