Introduction to Outdoor Leader Skills (S11)

 
WHEN
6:30 PM Friday, May 31st
Check-in at 6:00 PM
Through Sunday June 2nd, 2019
Finish approximately 12:30 PM
 
WHERE
Camp Chesebrough Scout Reservation
Highway 9
Los Gatos, CA 95033

Logistics

 
Please bring a completed BSA Annual Health and Medical Record - Parts A, and B, # 680-001, 2014 Printing. http://www.scouting.org/filestore/HealthSafety/pdf/680-001_AB.pdf
 
Please wear your Scout uniform, and bring rain gear and layers, as the weather may change rapidly in the Santa Cruz mountains (and it’s never the same as in the valley).  Please bring a mug and/or water bottle, Boy Scout Handbook and pen & paper.  Please eat dinner before you arrive, or bring a “no-prep” meal with you.  We will provide the ingredients, and you will prepare all your meals for Saturday and Sunday.

The Patrols (this means you) will be putting on a Campfire on Saturday.  Bring some ideas/skits/songs/stories/run-ons, etc. to aid the process.  Please let us know if you have any physical limitations, special dietary or medical needs so we can Be Prepared before the course begins.

You will be outdoors most of the time.  Your campsites will be about 200 yards (uphill) from the parking area.

Overnight gear, outdoor essentials and appropriate clothing are the heart of camping equipment.  Please refer to the Boy Scout Handbook, chapter 9, “Camping.” 

You should bring:

Appropriate foot wear - you’ll be outside on rocky, wooded, uneven, unpaved terrain
Scout Handbook
Scout Uniform (wear)
Notebook, pen
Water bottle/canteen, cup
Personal First Aid Kit, suitable for hiking
Tent (consider sharing if you know other participants)
Sleeping Bag, pad 
Rain gear
Jacket, gloves (including work gloves),
Layers of clothing (to adjust to varying temperatures and varying levels of exertion) - It can get hot and cold at Chesebrough!
Pocket Knife
Flashlight
Compass
Toiletries
Scout Outdoor Essentials (http://boyslife.org/outdoors/outdoorarticles/6976/scout-outdoor-essentials-checklist/)

Personal eating ware - utensils, plate/bowl, cup (we provide the “cooking” ware)

If you don’t have the appropriate equipment you may be able to borrow items from others in your unit.

Optional Equipment
You do not need to bring a stove.
Campfire skits & songs
A backpack is not required, but may be helpful getting to and from your campsite. Handheld GPS

You will be contacted by email approximately one week prior to
the course. For more information, contact Mark Fisher,
Director, smfisher129@gmail.com

Registration

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Previous Training Information

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