EOCS BOY SCOUT CAMPOREE
NOTICE TO ALL LEADERS
The EOCS Camporee Committee has arranged to hold the whole camporee within the
camping area, except the opening and closing ceremonies.
ROUND ROBIN EVENTS
last 3 hours in total. Each patrol must gauge themselves with the
time in order to complete all the events within the time limit. Each patrol will be given the
starting station for their patrol and then proceed to the other 6 station on their own. If a
station is backed up they should proceed to a free station. They must judge themselves
accordingly so that they may complete the 7 stations within the time limit. A patrol may
finish a competition if started before the time limit, but no patrol may start a contest
the time limit has lapsed.
Judging: will be on speed, leadership, team work, proficiency, and knowledge of subject
At the start, each patrol will be given a list of required items and instruction for the Nature
Hunt. This will enable the patrol to look for these items as they move from station to
station and not waste valuable time.
The following troops have volunteered to prepare, set up, run, judge, and score the Round
Robin patrol competition.
Troop 715, Holy Cross, Brooklyn
Troop 268, St. Nicholas, Flushing
Troop 91, Zoodohos
Troop 28, Holy Trinity, Hicksville
Troop 568, St. Paul, Hempstead
Troop 23, St. Demetrios, Astoria
Troop 72, Resurrection, Glen Cove
ALL UNITS MANNING A ROUND ROBIN EVENT SHOULD BE GEARED UP
TO HANDLE AT LEAST 2 PATROLS AT ONE TIME . . . THAT MEANS
MANPOWER AND EQUIPMENT.
Instructions and locations of events will be announced at opening.