Apache District Activities

"Welcome, Apache Leader!" The Activities committee is the most fun committee in the district. We are in charge of the largest program events, the Cuborees held in October, the Boy Scout Camporee held each fall and our Day Camp program held each summer. Each of these events is run by a dedicated group of volunteers. They provide your units with a planned program for the duration of the event. So all your unit has to do is sign up, get your camping gear and meal plan together and enjoy our camp facilities: Camp Grimes in Midland, NC and Belk Scout Camp in Mint Hill - we provide the rest of the fun.

We are always looking for input from you, the frontline leader. Without your input we cannot continue to provide the adventures that are demanded from today’s youth. So if you have an idea please let us know.

We look forward to seeing you at one of our events.


Yours in Scouting,

David Campbell
Activities Committee Chair
 

 

Apache District Day Camp

 
 

Day CampATTENTION!

 

Thanks for a fantastic week at Apache District Day Camp!  Please save the date for next year's Day Camp themed "BUILD IT" scheduled for June 19-23 2017.  See you then!!

Please contact Camp Director Monica Zeleznik @ apache.daycamp@gmail.com or Camp Program Director Micheal Carey @ daycamp.program@gmail.com

Information and forms are on the Apache District Day Camp web page.

 

 
 

Apache District Cub-O-Ree

 
 

Apache District Fall Cub-O-Ree planning call!

We are going to have conference calls to plan for the Apache Fall Cuboree (scheduled October 7-9, 2016 / Belk Scout Camp) every two weeks.
 
I hope you will be able to join.  We will do The Cubcademy Awards theme, and we can start to talk about activities and other logistics.

When: TBD
Where: TBD

If you have any questions or concerns, please let me know.

Information and forms are on the Apache Fall Cuboree web page.
 
Yours in Scouting,
 

Patrick Larson / 704.293.8416

 
 

Apache District Camporee

 
 

Highland Games:  October 21-23, 2016 @ Camp Grimes

So, can you tell a caber from a sheaf, or haggis from neeps? And what’s a ceilidh all about? All will become clear at this year’s Fall Camporee, featuring a weekend full of traditional Scottish Highland Games, and of course a few Scout Skills. Bring your Troop to compete in the Battle of the Clans, and see who has what it takes to be named Champion of the Games. Mark your calendars, registration opens in August.


Sponsored by Troop 167

For further concerns, questions or want to help, contact Teg Williams
 

 
 

Webmaster

 
 

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