Webelos Woods 2018 Theme: "Trail to Eagle"
Each Scout needs to bring a compass to camp. Events include:
- Orienteering training, practice and game
- Pancake cooking contest by patrol (den)
- Quidditch competition by patrol (den)
- Morse code training and game
When: March 9-11, 2018
Where: Camp Gorman at Bert Adams Scout Reservation: Covington, Georgia (map and directions)
Cost: Scouts $10, Adults Free
Who Should Attend: Scouts who are currently Bear or Webelos 1 Scouts
What is Webelos Woods? It's a District-led Spring camping event for Bears and Webelos 1.
Its purpose for current Bear and Webelos scouts to ...
- Be part of a Scouting Patrol
- Maintain Cub Scouts' interest in Scouting with age-appropriate activities
- Enhance the Webelos-to-Scout transition.
New Leaders to Webelos Woods should read "Getting the most out of Webelos Woods," as well as attend one of the planning sessions in January or February.
Registration Deadline: March 4, 2018
Register online: http://www.atlantabsa.org/event/fh-webelos-woods/2312526
Leaders: Download our informational document “Getting the most out of Webelos Woods.”
Each Bear and Webelos Scout should be working on and learning the following skills:
- Basic compass and orienteering
- Pancake cooking and cleaning of utensils
- Basic Morse code reading and writing
- Team building and teamwork
Troop and Crew leaders,
We need some help running a few of the rotations Saturday, March 10th. Looking for scouts and crew members (First Class or higher) that can help for the day or come and spend the weekend with us. (March 9-11) The activities are already planned….we just need scouts to help the Webelos and Bears with the rotations. I am specifically looking for help with the events during the day on Saturday…. Also, need help teaching the Bears/Webelos how to work a compass and cook... Lunch will be provided if coming for the day. If you are staying for the weekend, your scouts will be invited to eat with a Webelos or Bear Den. No cost to Boy Scouts or leaders that attend.
If the individual troops approve the boys can earn service hours. The scouts can also work on camping and communication merit badges at WW2018. Plus the scouts will get credit for camping nights if they sleep in a tent they pitched.
Questions? Please contact:
Camp Director/Scoutmaster: Kes Stadler: kstadler [at] mindspring.com, 404-274-6705