2014 Powder Horn

Posted on by on August 18th, 2014 | Comments Off

Powder Horn will be held September 12 – 14, 2014 at Scoutland and September 26 – 28, 2014 at Camp Rainey Mountain.

The Powder Horn course is designed to expose older youth and adult leaders in BSA to safely conduct outdoor/high adventure activities of a fun and challenging nature. It provides an introduction to the resources needed to successfully lead their crews and troops through a program of outdoor adventure. The course is based upon giving participants an exposure to some outdoor/high adventure activities and is not a certification event.
It is for any youth or adult interested in experiencing a unit-level high adventure program. The purpose of a Powder Horn course includes:
Safe participation in fun and challenging outdoor activities
Introduction to resources to improve unit programs
Exposure to new and exciting high adventure activities
Help deliver the promise at the unit level
Promoting youth and adults creativity when delivering high adventure programs

Course Size:
Only the first 48 applicants will be accepted. Acceptance will be on a first-come, first-served basis. Once the course is filled, participants will be placed on a waiting list.

Course Fee:
$195.00 total for the 5-day course, which takes place over two, 2-1/2 day weekends. The registration fee covers all meals (Saturday Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner and Sunday Breakfast & Lunch + cracker barrels), training materials, supplies, and liability insurance.
All participants will receive:
1 Powder Horn short sleeve T-shirt (additional t-shirts are available
for sale; see the registration form)
1 Powder Horn hat
Powder Horn award (upon successful completion of the course)

A $50 non-refundable deposit is due with the application and the balance is due no later than August 2, 2014.  The first 48 paid participants will be confirmed for the course.

For more information or to register, see the flyer here:  2014 Powder Horn Flyer

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