Cub Haunted Weekend Session 1

10/09/09 - 10/09/09

 

Cub Haunted is an overnight camp-out for Cub Scouts at Camp Comer, Camp Sequoyah and one session at Camp Westmoreland. It is a weekend full of Games, Crafts, Good Food, Hayrides, BB Guns, Archery, Costume Contests, and FUN for the whole family! Parents, Sisters, Brothers, Grandparents, Aunts, Uncles; All are welcome to attend!
 
How do we register?
Registration will be limited, according to the Camp that you wish to attend. The registration deadline is one week prior to each session. You must attend the session for which you have registered. Registration forms will be available at the Scout Service Centers, at monthly Roundtable Meetings, and on the website www.1bsa.org
 
How much does it cost?
The cost is $44.00 per cub and partner and $60.00 for 2 Cubs and partner. Additional family members are $20.00 each, (Children 5 and under are free). A $15.00 late fee will be added if you register after the deadline. The fee includes dinner, breakfast, program supplies and a Cub Haunted T-Shirt and patch for the Cub Scout. Pre-orders of T-shirts for adult sizes and non-Scout youth are available.   Please indicate on the registration form if you would like to purchase additional shirts for $10.00 each. 2X and 3X shirts are $12.00 each.   For more information call 205-970-0251 in the Birmingham area or 256-881-7071 in the Huntsville Area. Pre-payment for the adult shirts and non-Scout youth is required by September 30, 2009.
 
What do I bring?
You will need the following items:
Sleeping bag, tooth brush, tooth paste, towel, wash cloth, rain gear, extra clothes, and any other toiletry items you may want. Optional items can include pillow, flashlight, and costume.
 
Camp Comer Sleeping Accommodations
Two person canvas tents with cots and mattress are provided in each campsite. Adirondaks are available with four mattresses in the campsites as well. Please do not request an Adirondaks if less than 3 people. Pack or individuals may bring their own tent. Campsites can not be reserved. Campsite seven is special needs/handicapped accessible for families with special needs.
 
Camp Sequoyah Sleeping Accommodations
Two person canvas tents with cots and mattresses are provided in each campsite. (300 total beds) Packs or individuals may bring their own tent. Campsites can not be reserved.
 
Camp Westmoreland Sleeping Accommodations
Each family must bring their own tent to Camp Westmoreland.