Great Basin Day Camp 2020


Great Basin Day Camp 2020
Date/Time
Registration Begins
3/21/2019
Last Day To Register
8/1/2020
Location
Halleck, NV 89801
Halleck, NV 89801, US
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Great Basin District
Elko Shooting Range
August 7 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
 
Contacts:
Faith Pollock -  Camp Director
509-953-1111
 
Crystal Koppe - Program Director
crystal.koppe@gmail.com

Evan Pollock - Staff Advisor
775-391-0204
evan.pollock@scouting.org

Cost to attend is $35 and registration closes August 1st. Walk-in registrations on the day of camp are not accepted.     

Join us for 2 fun filled days Down on the Farm! On Friday Aug. 7th we will be having our shooting sports day out at Elko Shooting Range. Once you are registered we will send out a time slot form so you can choose what works best for you to come and practice BBs and Archery. Then, on 8/8/2020 join us on GoToMeeting and at home for farm activities, snacks, STEM, and more! We have prepared a special and exciting farm box just for you! Parents: Don't worry! Your child WILL NOT be in front of the computer all day. We want them out and experiencing Day Camp with you and the family! The box included in your registration will include all the instructions, most materials, a schedule and some fun extras to bring the joy of Day Camp to your home during these interesting times. If you have any questions please contact Faith Pollock or Crystal Koppe. We are excited to have join our Farm and have some fun!  

Packs that are looking to register as one group and pay with a single check need to contact Linda Brant at the Scout Office for directions (775-787-1111 or linda.brant@scouting.org).    

IMPORTANT DAY CAMP INSTRUCTIONS

  • Day Camp is for all Cub Scouts (Tiger, Wolf and Bear Cubs and Webelos Scouts), leaders and parents.
  • Day Camp does NOT provide leadership to walk with your Cub Scouts. Adult/Scout Ratio at Day Camp is 1:6. It is the pack’s responsibility to provide at least 1 adult leader (Den Walker) for every 6 Scouts attending. If you are not able to commit to those times please find someone that can. Tigers MUST be accompanied by their adult partner.
  • A Day Camp patch will be provided after the camp.
  • Transportation: Parents provide transportation to and from camp. Carpooling is recommended.
  • What to Bring: Youth and adults need to bring a sack lunch, water bottle, hat, sunblock and closed-toed shoes. No sandals are allowed for either Scouts or adults.
  • What NOT to Bring: Electronic games, knives or pets.

HEALTH FORMS

  • EVERY YOUTH AND ADULT (DEN WALKER AND STAFF) attending camp MUST complete both Parts A and B of the Annual Health and Medical Record
  • Click Here to Download Health Form
  • Health Forms can be submitted at Roundtable or to your Camp Director by May 17th
  • Personal Insurance Card - copy is to be included with Health Form

DEN WALKER

A Den Walker is the adult accompanying the Scouts at camp. The Den Walker can be a pack leader, Cubmaster, committee member or a parent. The Den Walker supervises the camp den and escorts the den through the program rotation schedule.

Den Walker MUST:

  • Register online as “Adult Den Walker”
  • Provide a completed medical form by May 17th 
  • Send Youth Protection Training Certificate from My.Scouting.org to fpollock1618@gmail.com

STAFF MEMBER

Day camp staffers are members of the day camp team that implement the camp. These are adults that either run the program activity areas or handle the administrative duties (camp directors, registration/check-in, first aid, supplies, etc.). If you wish to volunteer as a staff member for your district, please contact the camp director. All staff members must be approved by the Camp Director.

Staff Member MUST:

  • Register online as “Staff”
  • Provide a completed medical form
  • Be registered with the Boy Scouts of America
  • Send Youth Protection Training Certificate and Weather Hazard Training Certificate from My.Scouting.org to fpollock1618@gmail.com

WHAT IS A CAMP DEN?

Each Day Camp will divide the Scouts into “camp dens" that rotate as a group to the activity stations. Sometimes there will be Scouts from different packs in the same camp den. This is an opportunity for Scouts to meet Cub Scouts from other packs.

 

***Annual Health and Medical Form (PDF)***

Contact E-mail
Cost
$35.00 per Youth
Cancellation Policy
REFUND POLICY Because most of the fees that are paid for camps and events are actually spent or committed prior to the actual camp or event, refunds or activity fee transfers for Council and district camps and activities will be made only under the following conditions: Request for cancellation of a reservation or activity fee transfer must meet one of the following criteria: A: For the use of Council camps, Boy Scout summer camp, Cub Scout Day Camp, or any overnight camping event, a written request must be received by Volunteer Services at the Council Service Center at least thirty (30) calendar days before the event. B: For all non-overnight events, a written request must be received by Volunteer Services at the Council Service Center at least fourteen (14) calendar days before the event. All requests for refunds must be made in writing and submitted by the person who paid for the original reservation. All refund requests received by the deadline will be processed by the Volunteer Services department, and will require approval by a member of the Council Management Staff. Volunteer Services will request this approval. In regards to Camp Fleischmann, refund requests received by the above deadlines, will be processed by Volunteer Services at the end of each session of camp. Cancellation requests received by the required deadline, as stated above, will result in a full refund minus a non-refundable, non-transferable fee of 15%. Refunds will be paid in the manner of funds received (check, CC, etc.) and mailed/ notified to the person who submitted the original reservation. The only exception to this policy is in the case of an emergency, injury, or illness. The exception request must be in writing and verified by a parent and/or guardian. The maximum available refund under this provision will be 50% of the total fee paid by the individual. The implementation of the policy was March 9, 2017. This policy supersedes all previously adopted or implied Refund Policies.