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Get ready to enjoy the awesome activities this camp has to offer: climbing, epic slides, horseback riding, marksmanship, waterfront fun and campfires! Pack 24 has reserved a total of 56 spots for Friday, April 26-April 28. Camp Tecumseh is in Brookston, Indiana which is north of Lafayette and approximately a two-hour drive from the Riverside area. Camp Tecumseh gas usa is one hour ahead of Riverside, so please plan your travel accordingly. Registration is currently open ONLY for Scouts. Sibling registration will open if space is available.

• If you have not been to Tecumseh and are trying to decide between one night or two nights , we would recommend arriving on Friday night ONLY IF you are able to get to the camp before 9:00 pm EST (Tecumseh is one hour ahead of Chicago and the registration desk closes early). It is hard to find the camp in the dark, and even harder to find your cabin if you miss registration and are unfamiliar with the camp. If you are unable to reach Tecumseh v gashi by 8:00 pm CST/9:00 pm EST – we recommend you only sign-up for Saturday and arrive early Saturday morning. There will be no Pack 24 representative at the camp to help you find your way on Friday night if you arrive at 9:00 pm CST.

• There is an extra fee for horseback riding ($9 for a 40 minute trail ride), the rifle range ($1 for ten shots), or candle making ($2 per person). You can only register for these activities in-person, when arrive at the Camp. There is not a set of scheduled activities for our group, so people can choose to spend their time at the waterfront, climbing, sliding or doing whatever is the most fun.

Registration begins at 6PM and ends at 6:45PM. Voting is from 6:45-7pm. The race begins promptly a shell gas station near me at 7PM. Awards for the fastest car and best design will be awarded. We still have spots for parents to sign up! The cost is $20 per car and the proceeds go back directly to the Pack. This is a great way for parents to be involved in making a car with their Scout and generates a fun, friendly rivalry among parents. There were some amazing cars last year! If you want to participate, please email Mark Hill at mah101400@yahoo.com. This is always a fun event with some pretty amazing cars! Scouts who are checking in on Friday can test their cars on the track between 6 and 6:45. Remember: ONLY a Scout leader should touch the track or gate. We want to ensure everything stays intact for Saturday electricity definition physics’s race.

Be sure to arrive early so your Scout can test their car on the track between 10 and noon and make any final modifications. Your car will be weighed and limited tools will be available to help with modifications. Note that once your Scout’s car has been registered, only the leaders checking electricity symbols and units in cars and our volunteer Boy Scouts from Troop 24 will be handling the cars. This helps reduce the risk of mishaps.

The race is a lot of fun and we invite you to bring the whole family to the Derby. Please remember that Boy Scout Policy is that all parents must accompany their Scouts to these types of events, so if your Scout is going to participate in the derby, one parent must stay for the duration. We will have the movie room set up for their entertainment, but please feel free to bring other small, appropriate entertainment for your Scout (think cards, books, etc 76 gas credit card login.).

• Do we have to stay for the whole Derby? The short answer is “No.” Be sure to check in between 10am  noon and then have your Scout on hand prior to the opening flag ceremony at 1pm. Check in should take you no more than 15 minutes, especially if you arrive prior to the absolute deadline of 12 noon. You are free to come go, but remember at least one parent needs to be on hand while your scout participates in the derby.

• I don’t think I can check in by noon – can I please check in late? Absolutely not . Sorry, but the race officials will have to prepare the racing software based on the check in results, and also tabulate votes so racing can begin promptly at 1pm. If you do not check in on time, your Scout will not race. Ask a friend or neighbor to help you if you anticipate any issues.

• What is the maximum weight? Five ounces as determined by the official scales at check-in. If your Scout’s car is in excess of the limit, you will have to remove weight. Pro tip #1 – don’t put weights on the bottom of your car… it can get caught on the track and ruin your Scout’s race. Pro tip #2 weigh your car at home and leave it a bit under five ounces, you 9gag nsfw can add a bit more weight in the pit crew area before you officially check in.