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Klondike Derby

Klondike Derby

When: Saturday 28 Jan 2017 — Sunday 29 Jan 2017
Where: Cisco Grove Campground, 48415 Hampshire Rocks Rd, Cisco Grove, CA 95728
Cost ( registration): $18 early /$20 regular/ $30 late
Event Leader: Steve Thibault

This Winter-themed Camp-O-Ree is COOL, man! Join your fellow Scouts for a fun weekend in and on the snow! Featured events include – Sled Race, Jumbo Ski, Snowshoe Relay, Spear Throw, Fire Building, Snowball Toss, Ice Rescue, and Moon Ball!

PacSky MyCouncil registration required. Register online now!
– Early period rates apply through December 26 2016 at 11:59PM
– Late period rates apply beginning beginning January 15 2017 at 11:59PM
Registration closes January 25 2017 at 5:00PM

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First Aid Competition

When: Sat, Feb 4, 2017 · 10:00 AM – 12:00 PMfirst-aid
Where:  TBD

What to Bring:  10 essentials, snacks.
Uniform: Class B (be prepared to get messy)

Lead adult: Mr. Dickinson
Lead Scout: Rowan Dickinson

Test your first aid skills and knowledge with a competition in which you’ll be faced with realistic situations your patrol will need to deal with.

Need adult volunteers to act as ‘casualties’. Moulage (fake injuries) will be applied!


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Fort Miley (SF) Ropes Course

When:  Sat, Feb 11, 2017
Where:  Fort Miley

Lead adult: Mr. Wolfgram
Lead Scout: TBD

Established in 1979, the Fort Miley Adventure Challenge Course (FMACC) is located on the northwestern edge of San Francisco. The FMACC offers a fun, safety conscious and positive environment for individuals and groups to work together to develop confidence, trust, cooperation and leadership skills through actions. Our course is built out of trees, with cables, ladders and ropes located in a 4 acre urban forest in a nations park. PLI is a proud partner of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area (GGNRA), a unit of the National Park Service to make these adventures at Fort Miley possible.

Our ropes course is a progression of low team-based elements and high challenge elements built in the trees of San Francisco using cables, ladders and ropes. This sequence of “elements” uses physical, emotional and mental challenges that employ both human and rope safety systems to encourage team development, support, trust, leadership and personal goal-setting. With 20 low and 8 high elements at FMACC, PLI will work with you to tailor the program to match your group and their goals.


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