Service at Camp Alpine

We pass this along from Camping Services. Anyone who can be of assistance is encouraged to lend a hand.

We, as the Greater New York Councils, wholeheartedly hope that you and your family members and those in your lodges are safe in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy. We understand that many people throughout New York City and throughout the tri-state area are still without power and have days of clean-up ahead of them.

Alpine Scout Camp was one of the locales that was particularly affected and needs help to get back on its feet.

We are reaching to you to get as many Scouts and Leaders in the OA Service Lodges to help us out. Any help that can be provided will be greatly appreciated. If possible, could you please send this out to your lodges and get as many people out as possible? In preparation for service, please see below:

WHO: OA Scouts and Scouters interested in giving Service to Alpine Scout Camp. (Adult supervision required for Scouts under the age of 18). Roofers and Licensed Electricians would be a great help to our service day.

WHAT: General Camp and Campsite clean-up. Cheerful service to restore Alpine Scout Camp (Debris removal, hedge trimming, raking, etc.)

WHEN: Saturday 11/3/12 from 9 am – 3 pm, ONLY. (There will be no overnight accommodation for anyone).

WHERE: Alpine Scout Camp: Meet in Main Parking Lot

WHY: To restore Alpine and get it open for camping ASAP.

HOW: By coming together in brotherhood and service.

WHAT TO BRING:
Your own Drinking Water
Work Gloves
Boots
Rakes (If you have them)
Hedge and Tree Clippers (If you have them)

WHAT NOT TO BRING
Your own chain saws. The only ones able to use chain saws in camp will be the GNYC Rangers. Please help us to enforce this rule by complying.

HOW TO PREPARE:
Dress Warm (Hats and Gloves)
Spread the Word

HOW ABOUT FOOD?????

We will be providing Lunch to all that come out and help. If you could reply to confirm attendance, it would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you very much for heeding our call for help and we look forward to your support this Saturday. If you are able to come and help, we would like to get a lunch count, so replying to this message would be a great help.

Yours in Scouting,

Camping Services

BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA
Greater New York Councils

BROOKLYN CYCLONES OVERNIGHTER – Saturday July 7th

Troop 23 will be attending the Brooklyn Cyclones Overnighter. The Scouts expressed interest in participating in this event. The cost is $8.00 per scout. There is parade for Scouts before the game ,fireworks after the game and sleeping on the field in tents overnight. Attached is permission slip and a a flyer concerning this event. Please respond to this e-mail by Thursday in order to reserve spots. Any questions feel free to contact me.
Thank You,
Tom Kramer

Aviation Camp at Ten Mile River

 

Want to Fly? Thinking about being a pilot? A sky marshal? An airport first responder? Learn about careers in aviation and become a “Young Eagle” with your first 10-minute flight in a single engine plane (weather permitting). You’ll also enjoy the waterfront, learn about the aerodynamics of sailing, experience team building challenges, and work on the requirements for the Aviation Merit Badge. Sign up for Ten Mile River Scout Camps’ Aviation Specialty Camp! Learn navigation, rocketry, and the science of flight. Tour behind the scenes at Sullivan County and Stewart Airports. This is a COED program open to Venturers and others 14-17 years of age who are interested in Aviation.

 

Program Details
Who: Registered Venturers and others 14-17 years of age who are interested in aviation. This will be a COED program.
When: Week 4, July 29 – August 4, 2012
Where: Camp Keowa
How Much: $380 per week. Early Bird: $350.
See the Camp Fees page for full details

 

Download a copy of the Aviation Camp Registration Form 
Download a copy of the Aviation Camp Informational Flyer