District Camporee is camping fun for youth, the thumping of hundreds of feet on the way to an evening campfire, and the blue smoke from fires cooking stew or ham and eggs. It’s the patter of rain on many tents at night. It’s the ripple of wind-blown flags in the morning sun. It’s catching the idea of teamwork in a patrol. It’s learning to carry out an order to help the team succeed. A camporee starts with the recognition that a patrol is the basic camping unit. The patrol demonstrates its very best camping techniques and shares its experiences with other patrols. The camporee involves the type of equipment that can be carried in a pack by scouts and can be set up entirely by scouts, allowing them to be completely self-sufficient for a self-reliant experience over a period of two or three days.
When: 16-18 November, 2018
Where: Albright Scout Reservation (11301 Trents Bridge Road, 23838, in Chesterfield County on Lake Chesdin.)
Eric Johnson, Event Chair firstname.lastname@example.org
Frank Howard, Vice Chair email@example.com
Kathy Dunn firstname.lastname@example.org
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Mark Wise firstname.lastname@example.org