2013 CUB SCOUT SUMMER ADVENTURE FEE
$200 basic fee for each Webelos/adult team (or as a Pack with 2-deep leadership)
$150 if paid by May 1 (automatic $50 deduction).
An additional $20 will be deducted if the Pack follows guidelines outlined above and brings 100% of their registered Scouts (based on Dec 31,2012 charter) for the best price fee of $130.
$160 for those who just want to come for Day Camp (no sleep over).
$110 for those who just want to come for Day Camp (no sleep over) when paid by May 1(automatic $50 deduction).
An additional $20 will be deducted if the Pack follows guidelines outlined above and brings 100% of their registered Scouts (based on Dec 31,2012 charter) for the best price fee of $90.
Siblings and extra adults are welcome at $25 per person per day (overnights) or $10 for days only to cover the cost of meals.
Leaders volunteering their time to serve on staff will not be charged a fee for their Cub's attendance. We will accept up to 20 adults to take advantage of this offer on a first-come, first-served basis.
We try very hard to offer the best possible FUN summer experience for our Scouts at the lowest possible price that we are able to charge.
2012 was an awesome summer for both Cubs and Boy Scouts. We're planning now to make 2013 even better. Get your boys excited about going to camp next summer!
Please note: We will not accept any registrations after June 1st, 2013.
All - Annual Medical Form
The new Healthform can be downloaded Here. Cubs attending Day Camp only, need to fill out parts A & B. All overnight campers, staff and other volunteers staying overnight must have parts A & B and C all completed. This is a fillable pdf file to print. Information cannot be saved on this form.
Cub Leaders - Here are the forms you will need.Campership Request Camp Refund Request
Cubs and Parents - Here are the forms you will need.2013 Cub Summer Adventure Flyer 2013 Adult Staff Application
The purpose of all council and/or district activities is to provide not only fun and adventure for the Scout over and above the program that the local unit may provide but planned to provide a growth experience that the Scout's unit may not have the resources to provide. In preparation for all council and/or district activities, a budget is developed by the volunteer chair and the staff advisor. The budget provides the guidelines for setting a participation fee. Activities are budgeted to break even once all expenses and commitments have been honored. Often when some high adventure or national activities are planned, attendance guarantees must be made months in advance.
NO REFUNDS WILL BE MADE FOR NON-PARTICIPATION
Council and/or District Activities (includes Cub Scout Day Camp):
All requests for refunds must be made in writing to the Chief Cornplanter Council, BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA, at least two weeks prior to the event. All written requests must include the specific reason(s) for non-participation. Registration fees for council and/or district activities will not be returned until after the event, and may be discounted for any expenses that have been incurred and are not recoverable.
Should an event be cancelled by the event or council leadership, full refunds will be made to individual participants through the unit's "Unit Account". Requests for refunds due to post-poned or rescheduled activities or events will be handled on an individual written request basis.
Council Resident Camps:
Camping fees are not refundable, unless written notice is received in the council Service Center two (2) weeks prior to the start of the camp period. Emergency cancellations (less than two (2) weeks due to a death in the family, illness, or severe injury, etc. will be handled on a case by case review. No refund requests will be considered after the camp period has begun. Camper fees may be transferred to another Scout (camper) within the same unit.
A 25% administrative fee will be deducted from all refund requests. Refunds will not be processed until the end of the camping season. Refunds will be issued only to the individual that made the payment and whose name appears on the receipt.
High Adventure Trips and National Activities:
All requests for refunds must be in writing to the Chief Cornplanter Council, BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA. All written requests must include the specific reason(s) for non-participation. All requests for refunds must be received at the council Service Center at least four (4) weeks prior to the date the expedition is scheduled to depart. Refunds will not be processed until the close of the trip or activity.
With all trips and activities, the initial registration fee is not refundable. A refund of the balance of fees paid, above the registration fee, may be discounted for any expenses that have been incurred and are not recoverable and/or national fees paid.
Deposits and any fees paid by alternates on stand-by lists will be returned if space does not permit participation.