• Summer Camp Information

    The summer camp week is:  Sun-Fri  7/26-7/31

    To register for our week of summer camp you do this through Troop 1775 at one of our Troop meetings.

    Early bird registration is now through may 15

                                                              Regular fee                 Early Bird Discount fee

    The cost to register 1 scout for the week is: $440                                  $400

    The Brother discount for the week is:           $370                                  $330

    The National Youth Leader Training is:         $425                                  $425 

    You must use this year's camp health form for summer camp we will be collecting form for both adults and scouts now through June 1st.

    Here is the link to the required health forms for 2015:  http://www.campresolute.org/pdf/MedicalFormResolute.pdf

    Some helpful details when you get to camp on July 26th:

    • Please plan to arrive at camp no later than 12:45 PM on Sunday July 26th.  The troop will enter the camp together at 1:00 PM when the gate opens.
    • Please bring all or you stuff in a water proof container.  A lockable footlocker works best.  Don't forget the wagon to get your stuff to our site.
    • Eat lunch before you come!
    • Bring $10 if you want a copy of the troop photo.
    • Remember to complete your merit badge pre-requisites and bring proof of your work with you.
    • Leave your electronics at home...

    Camp Health Forms can be found at the Camp Resolute website, see the link below.

    Here is the link to the required forms:  http://www.campresolute.org/pdf/MedicalFormResolute.pdf

    Posted Mar 2, 2015, 8:12 PM by Ronald Burke
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