June 10th Hike to Falls Lake and Cookout

Troop 505 would like to invite Webelos (1st year), those working on the Arrow of Light (2nd year), and any boys interested in learning more about Troop 505 to join us for a day hike and cookout at Falls Lake State Recreation Area on June 10th, 2017. We will meet at the Falls Lake State Recreation Area Park Office (off U.S. 50) at 10 am and will hike along the hiking trail to the Shinleaf recreational area. We have a pavilion reserved at Shinleaf and will have a cookout and games for the scouts. The event will end around 2 pm.

Scouts should wear appropriate footwear for a hike, water, and other essentials they believe they might need for a hike (trail snack, sunscreen, insect repellent, sunglasses, rain gear, map/compass, toilet paper, personal 1st aid kit).

Address for the Park Office: 13304 Creedmoor Rd, Wake Forest, NC 27587.

Directions: Take I-40 East towards Raleigh. Take exits 283 to I-540E towards US-70. Take Exit 9 for NC-50 toward Raleigh/Creedmore (you will take a Left at the end of the exit ramp onto NC-50). You will stay on this road approximately 7 miles until you reach the recreation area. The Park Office is right before you cross over Falls Lake.

Please RSVP to drewfogarty “at” hotmail “dot” com if interested in attending the event or have questions.

Troop 505 Nolichucky River Class IV Whitewater Expedition Sep 9-11


Troop 505 is traveling west for a whitewater adventure on the Nolichucky River. The Nolichucky River is one of the top 10 whitewater rafting river runs in the nation. Guides will instruct the scouts how to raft on whitewater. Scouts will hone their whitewater skills while rafting on the Nolichucky River for most of Saturday. Scouts will return to camp Saturday evening and return to Chapel Hill on Sunday morning. Scouts going on this trip will need to signed waiver as well as having a completed BSA health form.

Learn more about the Nolichucky River at:


Learn more about USA Raft Adventures (the whitewater tour guides) at:



Food: $17 (Saturday lunch provided by USA Raft Adventures)

Travel: $18-$22

Campsite Fee: $10

Miscellaneous: $85 (Activity fee for whitewater rafting)


Scouts will need to pack their regular camping equipment for a weekend outing. Scouts will car camp Friday and Saturday evening and will prepare their meals at camp. Look on the Troop 505 website for a list of camping gear needed for the typical camping trip. Scouts will also need to think about they need to wear for their time on the whitewater. Clothes made of fast drying material might be a good choice. Scouts should certainly pack 2 pair of shoes on this trip. Scout will want to pack an extra set of dry clothes to change into on Saturday evening as well.


Please fill out the following waiver and have it signed by your Guardian prior to drop-off Friday night: http://www.usaraft.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/06/waiver2012.pdf


Friday June 21, 2013

5:00pm- depart from American Legion for camp area. Eat dinner on way.

9:00pm- arrive at camping area, Roan Mountain State Park, 527 Highway 143, Roan Mountain, TN 37687

10:00pm- lights out

Saturday June 22, 2013

6:45am- Reveille, breakfast in patrols, prepare for whitewater adventure

8:00am- depart for Nolichucky meeting area, USA Raft Nolichucky River Outpost, 2 Jones Branch Road, Erwin, TN 37650

9:15am- arrive at Nolichucky meeting area, begin whitewater training, begin trip down the Nolichucky River

~1:00pm – eat lunch along river (lunch provided by USA Raft Adventures)

~4:30pm- finish rafting, return equipment

5:00pm- depart for camp

5:45pm- arrive in camp, dinner by patrols

7:30pm-TBA by Scoutmaster

10:00pm- lights out

Sunday June 23, 2013

7:15am-Reveille, break down camp

8:00am- Scouts own, (class A uniform)

8:20am- load up vehicles, depart for Chapel Hill, eat breakfast on way

~12:15-12:30pm- arrive at Chapel Hill American Legion

Troop 505 Lake Norman Motorboating Expedition Specs Jun 10-12


Troop 505 will head to Lake Norman for a fun weekend of boating and water sports.  Lake Norman is a favorite local destination for many people in the Charlotte Area.  Learn more about Lake Norman State Park at: http://www.ncparks.gov.


Food : $24 (all meals camp meals plus one travel meal) Travel: $7-9

Campsite Fee: $4-6


This trip will be Troop 505’s first “summer” campout of the year.  Temperatures are heating up and scouts must prepare for variable weather conditions. Scouts will want to bring the 15 camping essentials listed on the Troop 505 website.  Scouts will also want to bring swimming gear (including a towel), hiking gear (possible short day hike), and the all-important cook wear. Please consider the campsite is a short distance walk from the parking area – so plan to have everything you need for the weekend fit into your backpack. Lastly, scouts will need their class A uniforms for the Scouts Own on Sunday morning.


$16/scout (Friday Snack: $2, Saturday Breakfast: $3, Saturday Lunch $3, Saturday Dinner: $4, Sunday Breakfast: $4).


Friday June 10th:

6:00pm: depart from American Legion

8:30pm: arrive at Lake Norman State Park

8:30-9:30pm set up camp and dine in patrols

10:00pm lights out

Saturday June 11th:

8:00am Wake

8:00-9:00am breakfast by patrols

10:30-12:00pm scouts on the water: boating, water sports, fun

12:00pm-1pm lunch in patrols

1:00-4:30pm scouts return to water

4:30-5:30pm scouts prep for dinner

5:30-7:00pm dinner by patrol

7:00-7:30pm clean up

7:30pm TBA by scoutmaster

10:00pm lights out

Sunday June 12th:

8:00am wake

8:00-9:00am breakfast by patrols and break down camp

9:00am scouts own (class A uniforms)

9:30am depart for American Legion

12:00-12:15am Arrive at American Legion

Travel Information

Lake Norman State Park Primitive Group Campsite #E 

759 State Park Road, Troutman, NC 28166

Troop 505 Shakori District Camporee Expedition Specs Apr 29-31

The Campfire StoryOverview

Troop 505 will head to Camp Durant for the combined Shakori/Mawat District Camporee. Scouts will compete in patrols against patrols from other troops in shooting skills, Scouting skills, climbing skills and showing Scout spirit. Scouts will need to know how to apply their knowledge in shooting sports, climbing, knot tying, lashings, cooking, orienteering, and other scout skills. For more information concerning the Camporee, please feel free to visit the Shakori District Website at http://bsashakori.org.

Learn more about Camp Durant at http://campdurant.com

Please bring your Boy Scouts Waiver Form!


Food: $18 (estimated)
Transportation: $9-12 (estimated)
Camping (with registration): $12


Scouts have already planned out the meals and will cook all their meals in camp. Scouts should arrive at the Legion having eaten their dinner for Friday night. No meals will be provided Friday night.


Scouts will need to bring their camping gear for car camping as well as bringing any gear they will need for the competition. Scouts will need to “be prepared” for this outing as they will certainly need certain equipment for the competition. Scouts will want to look over the link about the camporee to see exactly which skills will be tested in the competitions. Scout will want to check out the weather for Carthage, NC during the week to see the forecast for the weekend.


Friday April 29, 2015

6:00PM Meet at American Legion/Load Vehicles. Depart when everything is packed. Arrive having eaten dinner. No meals will be provided.
~7:30PM- arrive at camp, check in set up camp, etc. (scout will then follow the itinerary below)

Estimated itinerary to be set by the Camporee

Friday, April 29, 2015 
4:00pm – *Registration opens
Unit check in, go to assigned sites, supper, unit campfires, unit cracker-barrels
8:30pm – *Leader’s Meeting (Unit Leader and Unit SPL) and Cracker-barrel
10:30pm – Taps

Saturday, April 30, 2015 
7:00am – Reveille
7:00am – 8:00am Breakfast
8:30am – Assembly
9:00am – 12:00am Events (Follow Unit Event Schedule picked up at check-in)
12:00noon Lunch
1:00pm – 4:00pm Events (Follow Unit Event Schedule picked up at check-in)
4:00pm – 5:30pm Free time
5:30pm – 6:00pm Supper Prep
6:00pm – Supper
8:00pm – *Camporee Campfire
9:00pm – Camporee Cracker-barrel
*Leader’s Meeting
10:30pm – Taps

Sunday, April 31, 2015 
7:00am – Reveille
7:00am – 8:00am Breakfast
8:30am – *Worship Service / Assembly / Awards Ceremony / Dismissal / Camp Inspections

~10:30am Scout arrive at American Legion in Chapel Hill

Location/Contact Information

Camp Ranger:
910-948-3258 (Office)
910-783-6669 (Cell)

Council Office:

Physical Address:
4637 Old Carthage Road
Carthage, NC 28327


Troop 505 Camp Durant C.O.P.E. Expedition Specs Mar 4-6


Troop 505 will visit Camp Durant to engage in a challenging outdoor personal experience (C.O.P.E.).  The course may include zip lines, high beams, and climbing.  Each scout has the opportunity to challenge themselves trough C.O.P.E.  Learn more about C.O.P.E. at www.occopeclimb.org.  Preview Camp Durant at www.campdurant.com

***Scouts must be at least 13 years of age to participate in “high” C.O.P.E. course. Anyone can participate in the “low” course.

Estimated Costs

Food: $19

Travel:  $8-11

Camp: $5

Program: $10-15


Friday Dinner: $4

Saturday Breakfast: $4

Saturday Lunch: $4

Saturday Dinner: $4

Sunday Breakfast (Bojangles): $5

A Scout is Thrifty Going forward, Grubmasters will use the meal values above as a guide in their shopping.

For example: If Badin, the grubmaster of the Wise Old Owl Patrol, has 4 fellow scouts attending this outing if could spend up to $20 for Friday’s dinner (4 other scouts + himself = 5 scouts; 5 scouts x $4/scout = $20).

Scouts will pay the amount for the meals listed above.

Personal Equipment

Scouts will need to prepare for mildly cold temperatures at camp.  A jacket, hat, and gloves are advised.  Scouts also need to dress for the C.O.P.E., dress in layers while allowing for movement (climbing, bending, etc).  Scouts will need their Class A uniforms for Scouts Own.  The Weekend Camping Checklist – the 15 Essentials (located on right hand side of the Troop 505 website under the “checklist” tab) lists other equipment scouts should bring on the campout.


Friday March 4th

6pm: Depart from American Legion Post 6 for Camp Durant

7:30-9pm: Arrive at Camp Durant, set up camp, and eat dinner in patrols

9-10pm: Scout Activity/Campfire

10pm: Lights Out

Saturday Marh 5th

6:45am: Reveille

6:45-8am: breakfast in patrols, prepare for C.O.P.E. and climbing

8:45am: meet C.O.P.E. staff

9am-12:30pm: Low C.O.P.E. experience

12: 45pm-1:30pm: Lunch in patrols

1:30-5pm High C.O.P.E. experience

5-7:00pm Dinner in Patrols

7pm- Scout Game

10pm- Lights Out

Sunday December 11th

7am- Reveille

7am-8am: Break down camp

8am: Scouts’ Own

8:30am: load up vehicles, depart for Chapel Hill, and stop for breakfast on Way

~10:45-11am: Arrive at American Legion Post 6,


 71.1 miles each way (estimated travel time 1.5 hours)

From American Legion

Head southwest on Legion Rd toward Turnberry Ln 0.4 miles. Turn right onto Ephesus Church Rd go 0.1 miles. Turn left onto N Fordham Blvd go 3.8 miles. Take the US-15 S/​US-501 S/​N Carolina 86 N ramp to Chapel Hill/​Pittsboro go 0.2 miles.  Turn left onto N Carolina 86 S/​US-15 S/​US-501 S/​S Columbia St Continue to follow US-15 S/​US-501 S go 13.7 miles. Sharp left onto US-15 S/​US-501 S/​Hillsboro St

Continue to follow US-15 S/​US-501 S go 1.7 miles. At the traffic circle, continue straight to stay on US-15 S/​US-501 S go 13.9 miles. Turn right to merge onto N Carolina 87 S/​US-1 S/​US-15 S/​US-501 S/​Jefferson Davis Hwy toward Southern Pines

Continue to follow US-1 S/​US-15 S/​US-501 S/​Jefferson Davis Hwy go 8.7 miles. Slight right onto US-15 S/​US-501 S/​White Hill Rd

Continue to follow US-15 S/​US-501 S go 10.7 miles. Continue onto Monroe St for 1.2 miles. Turn right onto N Carolina 22 N/​N Carolina 27 W/​Courthouse Square/​McReynolds St

Continue to follow N Carolina 22 N/​N Carolina 27 W for 1.2 miles. Turn left onto Bethlehem Church Rd go 7 miles. Continue onto Old Carthage Rd for 0.5 miles.

Arrive at Camp Durant, Camp Durant Ln, Bensalem, NC 28327.

Troop 505 Ski Sugar Mountain Expedition Specs Jan 29-31

High AdventureOverview

Troop 505 will travel to Sugar Mountain Ski Resort in Banner Elk, NC.  Sugar Mountain has 20 ski trails that vary in difficulty from Beginner to Expert.  With 80% of the slopes having a Beginner or Intermediate classification, scouts can brave the slopes to the level of their ability and comfort.  The troop will enjoy cabin camping for the night and cook as a troop.  


Food:  $24

Lodging: $40

Travel: $10

Lift Ticket: $68 (if age 11 or under then only $45)

Ski Rental: $28 (if age 11 or under then only $19)

Ski Rental insurance (highly recommended) $5

NOTE: that the above estimates do not include group rates.  If enough scouts go on the trip these prices will be lower.


On this trip scouts will dine as a troop instead of patrols.  Patrols will rotate meal preparation and clean up.


Friday Dinner (travel $6)

Saturday Breakfast $3   Saturday Lunch $8 (on slopes)    Saturday Dinner $4

Sunday Breakfast $3


It will be cold and snowy on the slopes.  Scouts should dress in warm clothing that allows “flexibility” in movement so they can ski in comfort.  Hats, gloves, and warm socks are required gear.  Scouts need to bring their sleeping bags, ground pads, and additional warm clothing to change into after a day of skiing.  Additional gear will be discussed at the scout meetings.


Friday January 29th

6:00pm- Depart from American Legion for lodging in Vilas, NC

8:30pm- Stop for dinner. Woodlands BBQ, 8304 Valley Blvd, Blowing Rock, NC 28605

9:45-10:00pm-Arrive at lodging, 354 Bairds Creek Rd, Vilas, NC 28692, unpack, lights out

Saturday January 30th

7:30am-wake, eat breakfast as a troop, prepare lunches

8:30am- depart for Sugar Mountain

9:00am-4:00pm Skiing.  Lunch on slopes

4:15pm- depart for cabin

4:45pm- arrive at cabin

6:00pm- dinner as a troop

8:00pm- watch movie in cabin

10:00pm-lights out

Sunday January 31st

7:30am- wake, breakfast by patrol, pack up

8:30am- scouts own (class A uniform)

9:00am- depart for Chapel Hill

12:30pm- arrive at American Legion, Chapel Hill



via I-40 W and US-421 N, 2 h 43 min, 167 miles, 2 h 39 min without traffic

354 Bairds Creek Rd, Vilas, NC 28692

Note: If using a GPS device, the physical address above when entered could possibly bring you on Highway 194. We recommend Highway 105 South from Boone instead of Highway 194.

Get on I-40W, 9 min (4,5 mi). Follow I-40 and US-421 N to NC-105 Extension/US-221 S in Boone. 2h 25min (157 mi). Take NC-105 S to Bairds Creek Rd in Brushy Fork, 9 min (5.0 mi) to 354 Bairds Creek Rd.


Take N Carolina 105 S/Hwy 105 Extension towards Ski Slopes Area. Turn right onto N Carolina 184 N/Tynecastle Hwy and go 1.6 miles. Turn left onto Sugar Mountain Dr for 328 feet. Turn left to stay on Sugar Mountain Dr for 0.7 miles. Take the 3rd right to stay on Sugar Mountain Dr

Destination will be on the right for 0.1 miles. (arrive at 1009 Sugar Mountain Dr, Banner Elk, NC 28604)

Troop 505 Climbing Place Overnighter Expedition Specs Dec 11-12

All TogetherOverview

Troop 505 will head to THE CLIMBING PLACE in Fayetteville, NC for an evening of climbing fun. We will depart for Fayetteville from the American Legion at 6pm on Friday night. Scouts can climb as late as they wish and then will sleep at the CLIMBING PLACE until the next morning before returning home before 10am on Saturday. Many Troop 505 scouts participated in this event the past few years and will tell you they had a blast.

Scouts will need to fill out THE CLIMBING PLACE waiver before they leave for the trip. Learn more about the climbing place at: http://www.theclimbingplace.com/

Watch the video from one of Troop 505’s previous trips to the Climbing Place at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4lP_Q1-o5xk

Estimated Cost

Travel: $10-12

Climbing fee: $40

Food: $12

*scouts may wish to bring additional money for a snack at the climbing place


Scouts will have a pizza party Saturday evening for dinner and scouts will have breakfast on the way home Sunday morning.


Scouts will sleep inside the climbing place and will need a sleeping bag and perhaps a ground pad. Scouts should consider their attire for this trip. Baggy clothing is not conducive to climbing and will present a safety hazard. Scouts will need to remember their toothbrush and any other items they think they will need.


The climbing place: 436 W Russell St, Fayetteville, NC 28301 Phone: (910) 486-9638

Estimated travel time 1 hour 38 minutes (75 miles) (via US 15-501 and NC 87)

Troop 505 Morril’s Cave Expedition Specs Oct 16-18

Scouts will travel to Bluff City, TN and explore Worley’s/Morril’s Cave.  The cave has large caverns with high ceilings.  Scouts will then travel south and stay at Roan Mountain State Park.  Roan Mountain is located in the Cherokee National Forest.  CLICK LINK to learn more about Morril’s Cave , or learn more about Mountain Adventure Guides, or  learn more about Roan Mountain.

Estimated Expenses

Cave experience:  $42

Food: $24

Travel:  $15-18

Lodging:  $3-4


Friday October 16, 2015

6:30pm – Depart for Roan Mountain State Park

8pm – Dinner on the road

10pm – Arrive at Roan Mountain State Park

Saturday October 17, 2015

8am – Wake-up and eat breakfast

9am -12pm – Explore Roan Mountain State Park

12pm – Scouts eat lunch

12:30pm – Depart for Bluff City, TN

1:15-1:30pm – Meet Caving Expedition Guides in Bluff City, TN

1:30-5:30pm  Scouts explore cave

5:30pm Scouts depart for Roan Mountain State Park

6:15pm Arrive at Roan Mountain State Park

6:15-8pm Set up camp and have dinner in patrols

10:00pm Lights Out

Sunday October 18, 2015

7:00am Wake up, break down camp, eat breakfast

7:45am Scouts own

8:15am Depart for Chapel Hill

12:30-1pm Arrive at Chapel Hill American Legion


Scouts will eat breakfast before they meet on Saturday morning and need to bring their own bag lunch.  Saturday dinner will be a patrol meal.  Sunday breakfast will be a stop on the way back to Chapel Hill.


Scouts should prepare for winter camping. The temperature at Roan Mountain is predicted to be in the mid 30’s at night.  Scouts need a headlamp, small hiking pack for snacks and water, hat, gloves, coat, and other winter clothing. Scouts should bring their sleeping pads and warmest sleeping bags. Scouts should wear clothes that can get dirty while caving and have a separate set of clothing and shoes for afterward. A towel and toiletries are also essential for scouts to clean up after caving.

Additional items scouts should bring are the scout “camping essentials” listed on the Troop 505 website (click “checklists” tab on main page and scroll down to camping essentials).  Class A uniforms are needed for Scouts Own on Sunday morning.

IMPORTANT NOTE:  Scouts also need to bring 2 waivers with them, a BSA Activity Consent Form and a Cave Expedition Waiver.

Travel and Directions

220 miles each way, approximately 4 hours 10 minutes

(From exit 270) Take I-40W 42.9 miles. Slight right onto I-40 W/I-85 BUS S (signs for Interstate 85 BUSINESS S/U.S 70/Greensboro/Winston-Salem) for 7.7 miles. Slight right on I-40 go 12.6 miles then slight left on I-40 and go 18.1 miles.  Take exit 188 and merge onto US-421N toward Yadkinville/Wilkesboro and go 87.2 miles.  Slight left onto US-321N go 10.8 miles. Sight left and go 10.8 miles.  Turn right and stay on US-321N (enter TN) go 12.9 miles.  Turn left onto TN-67 W/US-321 N/US-321 Scenic N/U.S. 321 Scn Continue to follow TN-67 W/US-321 N/US-321 Scenic N and go 9.6 miles.  Turn right onto TN-37 N/TN-67 W/US-19E N/US-321 N/US-321 Scenic N Continue to follow TN-37 N/US-19E N and go 13.8 miles. Turn right onto TN-44 N/Bluff City Hwy Continue to follow Bluff City Hwy go 2 miles.  Turn right onto Bridge St for 50ft. Continue onto Holston Dr Destination will be on the right in 0.2 miles.

Arrive at 200 Holston Dr, Bluff City, TN 37618.

Troop 505 Mount Mitchell Hiking Expedition Specs Sep 25-27


Troop 505 will be camping and hiking at Mount Mitchell State Park over the weekend of September 25-27th. At 6,684 feet above sea level Mt. Mitchell is the highest peak in the Eastern U.S. The highlight of the weekend will be hikes along the Black Mountain Crest. Grouped by ability Scouts will complete 5 or 10 mile hikes on rugged challenging trails with daypacks.


We will be leaving Chapel Hill Friday afternoon at approximately 5 pm. Drivers should contact Janet Eaker regarding their availability.


Prepare for a backpacking outing. Be prepared for colder wet weather. See web site for equipment guidelines.


Friday dinner – eat before you arrive
Saturday breakfast – breakfast by patrol
Saturday lunch – by patrol to be eaten on the trail
Saturday dinner – by patrol
Sunday breakfast – by patrol

Grubmasters are responsible for Saturday and Sunday meals (4). Budget $4 per person per meal. Lunch will be eaten on the road Sunday


Friday September 25 (Day 1)
5:00pm: depart from American Legion Post 6
7:300pm: arrive at Lake Norman State Park group site #E
8:00pm: set-up camp
10:00pm: LIGHTS OUT

Saturday September 26 (Day 2)
7:30am: take 1 hour drive to Mount Mitchell State Park campground
8:30am: arrive at Mount Mitchell State Park campground
10:00am: Start the 4,0 mile loop hike across Mount Mitchell peak
12:30pm: stop along the trail for lunch
4:00pm: arrive back to Mount Mitchell State Park campground, relax
6:00pm: eat dinner
11:00pm: LIGHTS OUT

Sunday May 4 (Day 3)
9-11am: enjoy Mount Mitchell
11:00am: depart for American Legion Post 6
12:30pm: stop for lunch along the road
5:00pm: Arrive home at American Legion Post 6


http://www.mapquest.com/mq/2-7veFTVg2IVHqkHnyZz_6 (450 miles round trip)

Take 40 West to Marion, take exit 86 (226) toward MARION/SPRUCE PINE. Take 70 and 80 to the Blue Ridge Parkway. Head South on the Parkway for 11 miles to the State Park at Mile Marker 355. Take 128 past the Park office to the tent-only campsites near the Summit.

Troop 505 Jordan Lake 3rd Annual Iron Chef Cook-off Expedition Specs Aug 28-30

The ScoutmasterOverview

Troop 505 will head to Jordan Lake for a fun weekend of scout activities, and an “Iron Chef” style cook-off on Saturday evening. What will the secret ingredient be this year? What new culinary skills have the scouts developed since the last IRON SCOUT competition? Will a new patrol unseat the reigning IRON SCOUT champion??? Jordan Lake is a favorite local destination for many people in the Triangle Area. Learn more about Jordan Lake State Park at: http://www.ncparks.gov/Visit/parks/jord/directions.php . Get an idea of what it takes to be an “Iron Chef” at: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iron_Chef_America. See a video at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u2e9nTeIwFk.


Food : $20 Travel: $3-5

Lodging: $4-6 Other: TBA (cost of mystery ingredient for Cook-off)


This trip will be Troop 505’s first “autumn” campout of the year. Temperatures are cooling off and scouts must prepare for variable weather conditions. Scouts will want to bring the 15 camping essentials listed on the Troop 505 website. Scouts may want to think about the all-important cook wear and ingredients for the 3rd Annual IRON Chef SCOUT cook-off. Lastly, scouts will need their class A uniforms for the Scouts Own on Sunday morning.


Scouts will want to think about spices and cooking tools they might need for the competition that they might not normally use in camp cooking. A cutting board, spices, extra pots could be useful for the competition. Scouts will not only need to create a “winning meal” for the judges, but this meal will also serve as part Saturday’s dinner.


$17/scout (Friday Dinner: $4, Saturday Breakfast: $3, Saturday Lunch $3, Saturday Dinner: $4, Sunday Breakfast: eat on road ($5)


Friday August 28:

6:00pm: depart from American Legion

6:40pm: arrive at Jordan Lake State Park

6:45-8:00pm set up camp and dine in patrols

8:00pm TBA by scoutmaster

10:00pm lights out

Saturday August 29:

7:00am Wake

7:00-8:00am breakfast by patrols

9:30-12:00 begin Trail Maintenace Service Project

12:00pm-1pm lunch in patrols

1:00-4:30pm scouts participate in water activities

4:30-5:30pm scouts plan for Iron-Chef in patrols

5:30-7:00pm IRON CHEF (and dinner by patrol)

7:00-7:30pm clean up

7:30pm TBA by scoutmaster

10:00pm lights out

Sunday August 30:

8:00am wake

8:15am- break down camp

9:00am scouts own (class A uniforms)

9:30am depart for American Legion stop for breakfast on way back

11:00am Arrive at American Legion