Scouts with Disabilities Program
Sixth Annual Open House & Picnic
Scout Troop 11, Venture Crew 2011, Cub Scout Pack 3011
Families, Guests and Scouters Welcome
Sunday, September 13, 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. (rain or shine, we have shelter)
Directions: From the west take I-470 East to Colbern Road. Exit cross the bridge, turn right and go east on Colbern Road for 1.6 miles. The entrance to Rotary Youth Camp is on the left, is clearly marked, and is just up the hill after Lake Jacomo’s south boat dock.
The troop will provide the main course for the meal. Please bring a side dish, chips, or dessert to share and bring beverages for yourselves. Prospective Scouts and their families don’t need to bring food; you’re our guests. Bring chairs and fun stuff to do outdoors. Rotary Youth Camp is fully accessible. Wear your Scout “class B/activity” or “class A/uniform” shirt, or just come casual.
The purpose of this open house is to introduce families and friends with a special needs boy or girl to our unique Scouting program, tailored for special needs kids and families. Please invite anyone you know who would benefit from this.
These Scouting organizations are exclusively for special needs youth:
- Boy Scout Troop 11 – boys, age 11 to 99
- Venturing Crew 2011 – girls and boys, age 14 to 99
- Cub Scout Pack 3011 – boys, First Grade to age 10
Each of these units moves at a pace appropriate for and respective of our scouts. Rank advancements are earned while we enjoy the journey. A byproduct of our Scouting program is our social network. Youth, parents, and siblings with similar circumstances can share life’s adventures and celebrate successes. We have developed strong bonds with the youth and the parents. And we have fun!!
RSVP’s are important for our food orders but are not required as we want anyone interested to come out and be welcome.
RSVP & questions contacts:
- Troop 11 SM Jim Baska, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Crew 2011 CA Valerie Bordy, email@example.com
- Pack 3011 CC Bob Tannenwald, firstname.lastname@example.org
Who can you invite to help make a difference in his or her life?