Summer Camp 2022
The troop will attend J.N. Webster for Week 1: June 26-July 1, 2021
Here's a link to the 2022 health forms in pdf format: click here
Printed forms and other information available below. (Including 2022 registration form)
Boy Scout Troop 39 ~ Summer Camp 2022
J. N. Webster Scout Reservation in Ashford, CT ~ Sunday, June 26 - Friday, July 1
April 5 Summer camp forms and details available at Parent-Camper Meeting
May 3 Last troop meeting for registration form and payment*
Health forms are appreciated by this date to allow time for review
June 14 (7:00pm) Pre-camp Meeting for all attending summer camp plus a parent
*Bring any revised health forms so they can be handed in prior to camp!
June 26-July 1 Summer camp with Troop 39!
*Camp Cost: Troop 39 will pay deposits to hold spaces at an early bird rate: $450 this year. Payment in full and paperwork must be received by April 27th meeting to secure a spot. After 5/5, the camp fee cost charged by Council is $475 (additional fee does not pertain to new Crossover scouts). Camperships are available for anyone for whom this cost presents a difficulty. Contact Troop Leaders for more information about camperships. Campership deadline is April 1st.
$ Individual Scout Account (ISA) funds earned by wreath sales can be used, please note this on the registration form.
Merit Badges: Read the requirements before signing up for badges: www.meritbadge.org. Pay particular attention to any age restrictions. Prerequisites for many of the badges are listed online (JNW and troop site). Once merit badge decisions are made, reserve the merit badge pamphlets with the Troop Librarian (Aidan McDonald), purchase them at the Scout Store or download online.
Troop Registration Form, handed in with payment due no later than 5/3 (CRC has $25 late fee)
BSA Annual Health and Medical Record
Part A, B, C and D are required
Part C physician signature only may be substituted by a SIGNED State of Connecticut blue form dated after 6/26/21
ALL signatures on all forms must be dated after 6/26/21
Copy of front and back of insurance card required
Medications and Allergy Treatment Plan: Medications can be listed on Part B; form MUST be signed by physician. Alternately, a separate use Medication and Allergy Treatment Plan form is available on the troop or camp site (submit one per medication).
Merit Badge Sign-Up form
Years of experience have proven that it is crucial that we maintain a 1 adult: 5 scouts ratio for a positive, safe and productive camp experience -- which means we need minimum 3-4 adults at camp at all times. Please consider volunteering a day, night or more to support our scouts – and have a great time enjoying summer, the outdoors, and camp food! The troop covers the camp cost of adult volunteers.
Please note that health forms are required for any adult staying overnight.
As with scouts, physician signature must be dated after 6/26/21
If you are able to help, or have questions about volunteering, please see Mike or Ray. Thank you!
COVID-19 NOTE: Council Prefers Adults attend full week no coming and going.
Check out all the specialty camps offered! $100 discount on additional week of camp.
First Class Path: This is a specialty program recommended for scouts who are attending JNW Boy Scout Camp for the first time (typically scouts who have just crossed over from the Pack). See the description (attached) for the scout skills and badge focus provided.
Trail to Eagle: Trail to Eagle week is a specialty camp for scouts closer to Eagle rank. It's offered at JNW the first week of summer camp. Trail to Eagle (T2E) scouts tent in a campsite with other scouts in the program. Scouts have access to work on several more Eagle-required badges, and can meet with advisors to discuss Eagle projects and other details. There is a $100 discount for attending a second week.
Specialty Camps: http://www.websteradventure.org/
See below for forms and information. Information from a prior year is provided as reference until updated details are available:
In the outdoors, Scouts have opportunities to acquire skills that make them more self-reliant. They can explore canoe and hiking trails and complete challenges they first thought were beyond their ability. Attributes of good character become part of them as they learn to cooperate to meet outdoor challenges that may include extreme weather, difficult trails and portages, and dealing with nature’s unexpected circumstances.