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Wonderful news.  Susan Kowalske has volunteered to be our Pack’s Day Camp Coordinator.  Thanks, Susan!!!!

Accordingly, Cub Scout Day Camp registration will be available shortly on our Pack webpage.   Registration will close on May 21st.

We still will need chaperones, so please consider volunteering.

For this process to work, PLEASE submit the following information to Susan so she has it in her hands by May 21st (so mail it a few days before).  PLEASE triple check that all forms are included and completely filled out and that the check is signed and made out for the proper amount before submission:

To register, fully complete ALL steps:

1) fill out the form HERE

2) fill out part A and B of the BSA medical form (NEEDED FOR ALL PARTICIPANTS (Scouts, Siblings, AND Chaperones)), available at this link:

3) fill out the Activity Consent Form (NEEDED FOR SCOUTS and SIBLINGS), available at this link:
4) make a copy of your family’s medical-insurance card (front and back)
5) mail or drop off the medical forms, the activity consent form(s), a copy of your family’s medical-insurance card (front and back), and a check for the proper amount (made out to “Pack 3322”) to Susan Kowalske, Pack 3322’s Cub Scout Day Camp Coordinator {mail to: 2445 Danbury Lane Hudson OH 44236}.
Registered Leaders who plan to chaperone should bring their YPT certificate to camp.
Cub Scout Day Camp – June 17-19; Camp Butler; Registration Closes May 21st
Pack preferred dates for Cub Scout Day Camp are June 17 (Monday) through June 19 (Wednesday).  A copy of the Parent/Leader Manual can be found here.  Please consult it for answers to your questions.  Day Camp is open to all Scouts who will be Tigers (now Lions – a parent of each Tiger MUST also attend), Wolves (now Tigers), Bears (now Wolves), and Webelos (now Bears and Webelos 1) and their siblings (if a sibling (someone not registered with BSA as a Scout) is to attend, a parent/guardian MUST also attend as a chaperone for the sibling).  Webelos are also eligible to attend Webelos Resident (Overnight) Camp.
To attend Camp, we need parents (or grandparents, uncles, aunts, or over-18 babysitters) to help chaperone.  If you can, please volunteer to spend some time with the Scouts at Day Camp as a chaperone.  Male and female chaperones are welcome, and siblings can come and participate (for an additional fee (see below)).  You can help out all three days, two days, one day, or half a day.  If you pick something less than three days, we will try to pair you up with a partner(s) to cover day(s) you aren’t there.  Note, that there is a small fee ($20) associated with serving as a chaperone (it is $20 regardless if you serve 1, 2, or 3 days).  It covers your shirt and patch.  You should also be willing to pass a swim test (allowing the kids to runs water wars on the lake).  If we don’t have the necessary participant-to-adult ratio, we cannot go, so please consider volunteering.
This year’s theme is Passport to Adventure.  Day Camp will take place Camp Butler.  Day Camp’s planned activities include archery (age permitted), BBs (age permitted), sports, crafts, swimming, lakefront activities, den time, among others.
Your Scout/Sibling Day Camp registration fee includes a camp T-shirt, a commemorative patch, a cup/water bottle, and coverage of facility and program costs.  Additional shirts (which the participants (Scouts, chaperones, and participating siblings) will wear each day) can be purchased for $10 a piece (for most sizes).
Day Camp costs:
  • $70 for participating Cub Scouts,and
  • $70 for participating siblings 5 years of age and up.
Day Camp Schedule (Camp Butler) (Times and Activities are subject to change.)
 8:00 registration (if you haven’t turned in medical forms)
8:45 report to flagpole with your den
9:00 program starts
8:45 report to flagpole with your den
9:00 program starts
8:45 report to flagpole with your den
9:00 program starts
If past practice is continued, the following activities will be offered on both the first and second day of Day Camp: BB Guns, Archery, Swimming, and Lakefront activities (rafts or canoes), and Den Time (a chance to work on a skit or song for the closing camp fire and visit the trading post).  Bring a brown bag lunch the first two days.(it will be placed in a cooler).