Pack 50 will be sleeping like sailors aboard the USS Yorktown. Scouts and their families will experience the majesty of the USS Yorktown, sleep in the berthing areas, eat “Navy” style in the Chieft Petty Officers’ Mess, learn about naval and aviation history and star gaze at night. We are also offering an optional tour of Fort Sumter on Sunday morning after we depart the USS Yorktown. Come join the fun!
Getting ready to go? The document below contains all of the information needed for the trip – what to pack, when to arrive, etc.
USS Yorktown Parent Info Sheet
PLEASE REMEMBER THAT ALL PARTICIPANTS (ADULTS & KIDS) WILL NEED TO COMPLETE THE BSA MEDICAL FORM PRIOR TO THIS TRIP. If you already completed one for our camping trip in October, you do not need to complete another one as it is good for one year. Please click here for the medical form.
If you have any additional questions, please contact Debbie Connelly at email@example.com or 770-401-4426.
Saturday, February 28, 2015
We will meet at the Stone Mountain Campground (Campground Pavilion – a map showing this location is attached) between 5:00pm – 5:15pm – the supper begins at 5:30pm.
Pack 50 will be providing the meat dish (pulled pork and smoked quartered chicken), plates/utensils, and paper products. Pack 50 will provide condiments.
Bring a covered dish – please bring enough to share with others. Don’t forget serving utensils!
- Tigers – bring a dessert.
- Wolf & Bear – bring chips.
- Webelos 1&2 – bring a salad, veggie tray, or side dish.
- All families need to bring their own non-alcoholic drinks.
Following the meal, we will begin Campfire Pack Meeting in the Pavilion.
Please wear appropriate clothing for the weather. The Pack meeting is inside a campground pavilion with a fireplace; we are protected from the wind and rain. However, other than the fire, it is not heated. Cub Scouts should wear their Class A uniforms!
The Pavilion has picnic bench seating; but feel free to bring a chair.
Don’t forget your camera! Most, if not all, boys will be advancing in rank tonight.
We say farewell to our Webelos II scouts tonight – They crossover from Cub Scouts to Boy Scouts. This is a special ceremony for them, but fascinating to watch as well. As an encouragement for those boys crossing over, and to possibly motivate your son to make this achievement as well, please plan on staying for this special ceremony at the conclusion of our Pack meeting.
You can download a detail map here of check the google map below. See you there!
Saturday, February 28, 2015
For those who will hike the “Up-Down-Around” Trail:
We will meet between 9:45 – 10:00am in the parking lot by the Confederate Museum (located adjacent to the west gate entrance):
We will begin hiking at 10:00am.
It will take about 4-5 hours to complete the hike (the hike is approximately 6-7 miles).
Bring a sack lunch, snacks and something to drink. Hikers need to carry this in a backpack (book bag).
Wear appropriate clothing (for the weather) and shoes/boots.