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Boy Scout Troop 49
(Oconomowoc, Wisconsin)
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Deadline- Sign-up and Payment

All camps have sign-up deadlines and payment deadlines
Signup sheets at Troop meetings show scout interest but do not guarantee your registration. 
Register with the Adult Event Coordinator for the activity and make payments to your scout account via the Troop Treasurer before the deadlines- so there's no question that you want to attend the activity. 
A generic Permission Form is found in the Forms Tab -- you will need one for every activity, camp, or event. 
The Permission Form locks in your registration.
Please read the Troop Medical Guidelines Policy.
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TR49 Medical Guidelines Policy.pdf  
Troop 49 BSA Outing Permission Form.pdf  


Need some help paying for camp???
Scouts going to Camp Long Lake Summer Camp have access to the PAC Campership Fund to help pay for camp.  Troop 49 scouts have access to the Troop 49 Valentine Fund to help pay for any camp- weekend camp, summer camp, and High Adventure camp too.    Check  out the Troop Campership tab for more information. 

Medical Forms

Troop Camp Coordinators will require that copies of medicals be turned in along with the Permission Forms. 
A hard copy must be handed in, not a digital copy.  Please hand in copies and keep the original.  The copy will be returned to the parent after camp.

Summer Camps require two copies, with one copy of the medical form being sent to camp one month in advance of camp. 
BSA Medical Forms are required of scouts and adults attending an overnight activity. 
A copy of the insurance card, front and back, is also required. 
Current BSA Medical Forms A and B are required for every overnight that is less than 72 hours. 
Current BSA Medical Forms A, B, and C (which requires a doctor's signature) are required for every overnight 72 hours or longer.  This includes Summer Camps. 
BSA Medical Forms remain current for ONE YEAR, or less if health changes occur.
Camp Physicals are available at Walk In clinics, some Walgreens and Walmarts, and doctor’s offices. 
Scouts and Adults with out completed and current medicals may not attend camp- no exceptions.  

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FAQ Regarding Annual Health and Medical Record .pdf  
PACMedicationCardForm.pdf For Camping at Camp Long Lake  

Camp Long Lake June 24-30, 2018

Camp Long Lake

Time to start thinking about going to camp!  We are excited to attend Camp Long Lake this summer, June 24-30, 2018.  The cost to attend camp is $305 per scout.  $100.00 non-refundable first payment is due February 25, 2018 for all scouts that are planning to attend camp Long Lake.  The final payment must be made by April 28, 2018.  After the deadline Scouts pay an additional $25.00 fee.  New scout crossovers from a Pack will be able to register at the rate of $305.00 until May 24, 2018 with no late fee.

Contact ASM Penny Tahtinen to register:

Merit Badge choices are in the attached document.  Date for swim test at Pabst Farms YMCA is in May.

Scouts have the opportunity to earn special awards when they excel in certain areas of Camp, the Passport to Adventure, the Baden Powell Honor Patrol, Duty to God and Reverent Scout Awards.  Adults also have training opportunities they can take advantage of while at camp.

For an extra fee there is the Outpost Opportunities.  Bicycling Outpost going on a 15 mile bike ride. Canoeing Outpost which is an overnight trip with 2.5 hours on the water.  Backpacking Outpost which is a hike and overnight night camp along the Ice Age Trail at Mauthe Lake Campground total of a 14.5 hike.  Each event costs $5.00 or $10.00 all three (2015 price).  Scouts must be at least First Class and twelve years old.

For First year campers and new to Boy Scouts boys can choose to attend Project First Class during the morning session.  Scouts will learn the EDGE method, patrol method and knowledge of Scout Skills.  New Scouts will leave camp as a First Class scout.  In addition to earning two merit badges during the afternoon session.

We will be eat meals in the Dining Hall and Wednesday we will cook out. 

If you are interested to attending camp please sign up on Scoutlander.  If you are interested in being a part of the leadership patrol please talk to Mrs. Tahtinen.  If you have any questions please contact Mrs. Tahtinen. 

Interested adults please let Mrs. Tahtinen know. We will know how many necessary adults are needed after we know how many scouts have decided to attend.  The cost to adults is $125 for the week due April 24, 2018. 

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Camp Long Lake 2018 Highlights.doc  

Camp Calendar

2018 Camp Calendar

Feb - USS Cobia Sleepover Feb 16-17

Mar - Eagle Cave March 2-4th

Apr - Eagle's Nest Camp Apr 20 - 22

May - Outdoorsman Camp May 11-13

Jun - New Scout Camp - June 8-10

Jun - Rock River Canoe Trip - June 16-17

Jun - Long Lake Summer Camp - June 24 - 30

Jul - TBD

Aug - TBD

Sep - Devil's Lake Camp- Sept 28-30

Oct - TBD

Nov - TBD

Dec - TBD

Possible activities- Wisconsin River Trip, Sparta Bike Trail, EAA overnight, Colorado???

2019 Camp Calendar

Jun - Sea Base Sailing Adventure - June 8-15