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Summer Camp 2014 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Mark Hulquist   
Thursday, 26 June 2014 13:15

Summer Camp 2014 - Camp Pioneer

A true "mountain camp" located on the western edge of the Mount Jefferson Wilderness, Camp Pioneer offers outstanding opportunities to make your summer camp experiences memorable. Pine Ridge Lake offers rowing, canoeing, and swimming. "Outbound activities" and Scoutcraft skills such as pioneering, fishing, and nature study are offered. Field sports of archery and .22 rifle are also available.

Pioneer boasts and incredible hiking and backpacking opportunities, due in large part to the beautiful wilderness backcountry of Mount Jefferson and dozens of mountain lakes within hiking distance of camp. Scouts can take part in our high adventure activities such as hiking, caving, and overnighters. Exploring, learning, and having an incredible experience in the incredible environment of the Mt Jefferson Wilderness makes for a very memorable week.

 The cost for Summer Camp is $294.

 Payment dates are:        February 18th amount due = $85            April 22nd  amount due = $209    

 If you are planning to attend Summer Camp at Camp Pioneer please fill in the attached permission slip and bring first payment of $85 ON OR BEFORE the 18th of February to the Troop Scribe.

 Costs are going up and if these costs cause you hardship there is the: 2014 Opportunity Fund (Campership) Application form which can be downloaded from:

 http://www.cpcbsa.org/leader-resources/download-forms/category/11-summer-camp

 the form is : 2014 Opportunity Form Application.pdf

 Opportunity Funds are available from the Cascade Pacific Council for any Cascade Pacific Council Scout to attend one of the camps or programs listed on the back of this form. Funds come from donations from donors who wish to help Scouts attend camp.

 

I would strongly advise you that if you need to pursue obtaining funding from the opportunity fund from the council, you do so without delay. Funds are limited and are given out on a first come first served basis.

 

Al Baker

SM Troop 799

Mobile: (503) 319-2043

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Beavercreek Bonanza PDF Print E-mail
Written by Larry Minor   
Tuesday, 20 May 2014 16:43

Come all to the Beavercreek Bonanza and hone your outdoor skills. Fun for all ranks. Please get permission slips in as quickly as possible so we can get an accurate count.  Permission slip due 5/27/14. Thanks

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Waucoma Loop Hike May 24th-25th PDF Print E-mail
Written by Mr. Muralt   
Tuesday, 29 April 2014 20:43

Come join us for a training hike for the upcoming 50 mile backpacking trip. Keep in mind this will be a challenging hike and you have to be 13 or above. The total hike is about 13+ miles with around 3200 feet elevation gain. Saturdays hike will be over 8 miles with about 2500' elevation gain and loss. There will be a couple lakes along the trail including Whatum Lake where we will stay overnight at an official campsite.

Lightweight backpacker

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