Will be at the EOCS Lodge or announced at check -in.
19. FIRST AID:
A first aid station shall be maintained at each unit campsite
throughout the entire weekend. All injuries and illness, major
and minor, must be reported to the unit leader and to the
camporee chairman immediately. All Scouts attending the
camporee must have an emergency medical treatment
authorization form signed by his parent. Patrol leaders shall turn
in these forms as part of their check-in procedure. [points will be
deducted from final competition scores if patrol does not
conform] A sample form is included in this packet. Make copies
for each participant. These forms can be retrieved at end of
camporee for future use.
Please note: The past few years the Camping Area of
St.Basil's has been infested with TICKS. All Scouts MUST
be sprayed with Bug & Tick Repellent. Please make sure
that scouts wear long pants & shirts at all times. If a
Scout is bitten by a tick please notify the Camporee
No latrines shall be dug. Everyone shall use the boy's toilets in
the gym or the port-a-poties supplied for the camporee.
All Scouts and leaders are expected to wear full Scout uniform
throughout the entire weekend. No exceptions unless stated by
camporee chairman for specific times.
No one may wear ARMY FATIGUES.
22. CHURCH SERVICES:
All Scouts and leaders are expected to attend church services on
Sunday morning and in complete uniform. Scouts and leaders
wishing confession shall leave their names and unit number with
camporee chairman. All Scouts, Leaders, & Adults are
REQUIRED TO ATTEND SERVICES!
Points shall be deducted for Scouts not in their tents or for
making excessive noise or disturbing others after taps.