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 Personal Equipment List – Weekend 1

 Included in course fee

  • Wood Badge T-shirt (one)                                   All food
  • Baseball type scout hat (one)                              Tents (first weekend)
  • Neckerchief and slide                                          An outstanding program
  • Notebook for note-taking                                    Loads of fun

Required

  • Official Scout uniforms (see note 1)                 Flashlight with spare batteries/bulb
  • Scout activity uniform (see note 2)                   Pocketknife or multi-tool (no fixed knives)
  • Underwear and socks                                        Toiletries (including soap, shampoo, etc)
  • Shoes or boots (no open-toe shoes)      Towel & washcloth
  • Windbreaker or jacket                                       Personal medication in labeled containers
  • Rain gear                                                            Pens or pencils for note-taking
  • Sleepwear                                                           Handbook for your Scouting program
  • Handkerchief or bandana                                  Canteen or water bottle (1 quart)
  • Sleeping bag / Sleeping gear/ Padding             Folding camp chair (no loungers)
  • Hiking boots (no open-toe shoes)

Optional

  • Sunglasses                                                         Sunscreen                                                 
  • Insect repellant                                                  Lip balm                
  • Camera and film                                                Change of shoes (no open-toe shoes)           

 

  • Notes:

·                     1. A complete uniform is the uniform for your current Scouting position. It includes the official shirt, shorts or long pants, skirt or culottes, socks and official leather or web belt.

·                     2. An activity uniform includes a Scout T-shirt or knit shirt and Scout shorts, long pants, skirt or culottes.

·                     3. The following electronic devices may not be used during the course: pagers, radios, televisions, CD players, tape players and any other devices that could interrupt Wood Badge presentations or activities. Cell phones are allowed, but must be turned off except when making out-going calls. Out-going calls are allowed only during personal free time.

 

 

 

 

Personal Equipment List – Weekend 2

 

Required

  • Official Scout uniform                                   Flashlight with spare batteries/bulb
  • Scout activity uniform                                   Pocketknife or multi-tool (no fixed knives)
  • Underwear and socks                                    Toiletries (including soap, shampoo, etc)
  • Hiking boots (no open-toe shoes)                 Towel & washcloth
  • Windbreaker or jacket                                    Personal medication in labeled containers
  • Rain gear                                                        Pens or pencils for note-taking
  • Sleepwear                                                       Handbook for your Scouting program
  • Handkerchief or bandana                               Sleeping bag / Sleeping gear/ Padding
  • Ground sheet                                                  Plate, bowl, & utensils in dunk bag
  • Canteen or water bottle (1 quart)                   Folding camp chair (no loungers)

 

Optional

  • Sunglasses                                                       Sunscreen                                                 
  • Insect repellant                                                     Lip balm                
  • Camera and film                                              Change of shoes (no open-toe shoes)
  • Work gloves for conservation project

Crew gear (shared)  

  • Cooking Stove & Fuel                                    Tents
  • Large Pot for dish sanitation                         Pots for cooking
  • Serving Utensils, hot pot tongs/pliers        All Food
  • Tarp for dining fly                                           Lantern(s)

Notes:

            1. You do not need to purchase crew gear for the second weekend (unless you choose to do so). We should have enough resources in the troop to meet these needs. Please make a note on your personal resource questionnaire or send the Scoutmaster an e-mail if you can bring any of the following equipment for your den/patrol. (Note: Den/Patrol assignments will not be announced until you arrive at camp.)

            2. The following electronic devices may not be used during the course: pagers, radios, televisions, CD players, tape players and any other devices that could interrupt Wood Badge presentations or activities. Cell phones are allowed, but must be turned off except when making out-going calls. Out-going calls are allowed only during personal free time.

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