CENTRAL CUB DAY CAMP 2021

 “EXPLORING YOUR WORLD”

 

July 7 – 9, 9AM – 3PM

KiwanisLand, Garden Grove

 

Register at: https://www.scoutingevent.com/039-DaycampCentral2021

 

 

Day Camp is a wonderful time filled with fun, games, laughter, and adventure.

 

Help the Day Camp staff put on the best time of our Scout's summers by volunteering!

 

 

IMPORTANT DATES

 

DATE

TIME

EVENT

March 11

 

Registration Opens

March 18

7:00pm

Key Staff Meeting – Zoom

Contact Camp Director for meeting link.

April 15

7:00pm

Key Staff Meeting – Zoom

Contact Camp Director for meeting link.

May 20

7:00pm

Key Staff Meeting – Zoom

Contact Camp Director for meeting link.

June 7

Last Day for Early Bird Discount

June 12

8:00am - 1:00pm

SA Youth and Adult Archery Rangemaster Volunteer Training

Oso Lake Scout Camp - 21131 Los Alisos Blvd, Rancho Santa Margarita, CA 92688

June 13

8:00am - 5:00pm

NAA Archery Training

Oso Lake Scout Camp - 21131 Los Alisos Blvd, Rancho Santa Margarita, CA 92688

June 23

 

Last Day for Registration

June 26

1:00pm – 3:00pm

Mandatory Key Staff Training @ KiwanisLand

June 27

 1:00pm – 3:00pm

Mandatory Youth and Adult Volunteer Training @ KiwanisLand

June 27

 3:00pm – 5:00pm

KiwanisLand Cleanup Service Project

July 3

 1:00pm – 3:00pm

Makeup Training for All @ KiwanisLand

July 6

12:00pm – 2:00pm

Day Camp Setup (Key Staff Only) @ KiwanisLand

July 7 - 9

9:00am - 3:00pm

DAY CAMP

KiwanisLand - 9840 Larson Avenue, Garden Grove, CA 92844

 

CAMPERS

Campers must be registered Cub Scouts.  Each camper will be placed in a den made up of campers of similar ranks. Each den will have a Den Chief that will lead the den and the den will stay together throughout camp. Campers are required to provide their own lunch.

 

The cost for campers is below and includes a camp t-shirt.   Space is limited, so register early.  Registration opens on March 11th and closes on June 23rd.

 

o  Cost is $105 if registered by June 7th

o  Cost is $125 after June 7th

 

Camperships are available.  For more information or to apply, please contact the Camp Director

 

ADULT VOLUNTEERS

Day Camp is staffed entirely by parents and volunteers. We need you to be a part of the FUN! We need adult volunteers for the following positions:

 

·       Rangemasters (KEY STAFF) – responsible for teaching and managing the archery and slingshot ranges

·       Quartermaster (KEY STAFF) – responsible for camp equipment setup and cleanup

·       Medic (KEY STAFF) – responsible for handling medical situations as needed

·       Registrars (KEY STAFF) – responsible for making sure all campers and volunteers are registered and have turned in necessary paperwork

·       Program Station Leads (KEY STAFF) – responsible for teaching activities for one the following program stations: Crafts, Scout Skills, Sports, STEM, and Woodworking

·       Den Walkers – responsible for escorting the den through the day, assisting the Den Chief, and assisting at program stations

·       Camp Help – responsible for monitoring and helping in other camp areas as needed

 

There is no cost to registering as an adult volunteer.  All volunteers will receive a camp t-shirt and must attend pre-camp in-person training.  Due to safety protocols, volunteers need to commit for all 3 days. Volunteers will need to provide their own lunch.

 

KEY STAFF

Our Key Staff are comprised of adult volunteers who are responsible for a program area or station.  Open positions need to be filled in order to have the station at day camp.  All Key Staff are allowed one free camper.   If you are interested, please contact the Camp Director

 

PROGRAM AREA

STAFF

Camp Director

Mat Forester, Pack 659

Program Director

Ngan Ngo, Pack 435

Rangemasters

Scott Brasil (Lead), Troop 642

Brandon Hight, Pack 683

Kathy Hight, Pack 683

Scott McCall, Pack 526

Anastasia Norris-Witter

Crafts

Sally Jensen

Amanda McCall, Pack 526

Scout Skills

Nicole Jobse, Troop 319

Joe Sloate

Sports

Carmelita Garcia, Pack 301

Marcie Lui, Troop 660

STEM

Christine Castro, Troop 660

Melissa Meredith, Pack 711

Woodworking

Kevin Jackson, Pack 546

Eric Strobel, Pack 435

Tot Lot

Lois Huynh, Pack 563

Quartermaster

Thomas LaParne, Pack 101

Medic

Amy Wells, Pack 711

Registrar

Laura Delgado (Pacifica) , Pack 563

Amanda Saliba (Goldenwest), Pack 660

Jillian Bowman (Goldenwest), Troop 657

 

 

YOUTH VOLUNTEERS

Youth volunteers are BSA Scout ages 11 to 17.  For youths ages 11-13, we will need to have a parent that is also volunteering, and the youth will be assigned to the same activity as the parent. This is a requirement of the National BSA policies.  Youth ages 14-17 do not require a volunteering parent in camp. We need youth volunteers for the following positions:

 

Senior Patrol Leaders (SPLs) – responsible for managing and leading youth volunteers and assisting camp directors

Den Chiefs – responsible for managing and leading a den through the week and assisting at program stations

Program Station Help – responsible for assisting the Program Station Leads for one of the following program stations: Crafts, Scout Skills, Sports, STEM, or Woodworking

Rangemaster Help – responsible for assisting the Archery and Slingshot Rangemasters at the shooting ranges

 

There is no cost to registering as a youth volunteer.  Volunteers will receive a camp t-shirt and must attend pre-camp in-person training.  Due to safety protocols, volunteers need to commit for all 3 days. Volunteers will need to provide their own lunch.  Youth volunteers will earn service hours for their time at day camp.

 

SPL

SPL

Mikayla  B.

Troop 657

OPEN

 

TOT LOT

Siblings ages 3-5 who have a parent volunteering at camp can register for the Tot Lot.  Siblings must be potty trained. The Tot Lot is required to stay in its area at all times and under the supervision of the Staff. Parents will pick up the sibling(s) during the meal break.  Siblings are required to provide their own lunch.  The cost is $5 per day and includes a camp t-shirt.

 

SAFETY

The Day Camp safety plan is organized around dens or cohorts. Each den stays together during camp and does not have contact with other dens.  The den is made up of campers of similar rank, adults, and youth volunteers.  Equipment and supplies are cleaned between dens.  Daily camp check-in includes a health questionnaire and a temperature check.  Face coverings are required for everyone attending. 

 

OTHER LOCATIONS

Orange County Council BSA is hosting Cub Day Camp at other locations and dates. You can register and attend any of the day camps.

 

SOUTH

Oso Lake Scout Camp

Rancho Santa Margarita

June 21-23, 8am – 1:30pm or

2:30pm – 8pm

CENTRAL

KiwanisLand

Garden Grove

July 7-9, 9am – 3pm

NORTH

Parks Jr High School

Fullerton

July 19-21, 9am – 3:30pm

 

For more information, contact us at director@central.ocbsadaycamp.org.