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Day Camp 2018 Archery Crew Information

We need Rangemasters and Youth Volunteers to staff the Saddleback Day Camp Archery Range. Requirements (training and such) are listed below. This is a great opportunity to give back and help out the younger scouts while earning service hours (and possibly the Archery Merit Badge or Girl Scout Archery Interest Badge).

Go here for the sign up page

    This is the training/requirements information: Youth and Adult Range staff
  • Adult Rangemasters
      To serve as an Adult Rangemaster range you must:
    1. Fill out an Adult Volunteer Staff registration form online and turn in the hard copy of the medical form including a copy of both sides of your insurance card before May 12, 2018. Be sure select the Staff option and to write in the notes area that you will be a range master. And complete the form on this page.
    2. When you register online pay $20 to cover the cost of the meals for staff at camp.
    3. Be certified as a BSA Rangemaster or as an NAA Level 1 or above coach. For those who need to take or renew their BSA Rangemaster card, we will be doing adult archery training on June 9 or June 10 (2 opportunities). The archery training location on June 9 and 10 will be at Oso Lake BSA Camp map_button_002 (details on the Day Camp Important Dates Page. If you have a valid BSA Rangemaster or NAA Level 1 or above certification, you do not need to attend an archery specific training session although refresher courses never hurt.
    4. In addition to the archery specific training, you will be required to attend 1 of the Adult Training sessions on either May 30 or June 2. (Check the Day Camp web site for dates, times, and locations).


  • Youth Volunteers
      To serve as a Youth Volunteer on the archery range you must: Youth Volunteer registration form online and turn in the hard copy of the medical form including a copy of both sides of your insurance card before May 12, 2018. As part of registration you will pay $20 to cover the cost of meals at camp. Be sure to write in the notes area that you want to work on the archery range. You also need to sign up on this site as well.
    1. Work all 5 days.
    2. You MUST attend an archery specific training session even if you attended one last year. We will be doing archery training sessions on June 3 or June 4 (2 opportunities). The archery training location June 2 and 3 will be at Oso Lake BSA Camp map_button_002 (details on the Day Camp Important Dates Page.
    3. In addition to the archery specific training, you will be required to attend 1 of the mandatory Youth Training sessions on either June 6 or 9. (Check the Day Camp web site for dates, times, and locations).
    4. For Youth Volunteers who work the archery range, we will also be offering BSA Merit Badge and GSA Archery Interest Badge classes for those that are interested. To participate in these classes, you will also need to assist with camp setup and take down. The additional requirements and pre-requisite work sheets are listed on the scout badges page.
    5. Also, all forms must be filled out by the youth who are volunteering (parents, you know what this means). We look forward each year to watching our young men and women mature through their experiences so let them take the responsibility and grow from it. As for those on the BSA Merit Badge track - all communications from parents will be automatically routed to my trash bin.

  • All Volunteers
    1. Go online and fill out the registration form.
    2. Submit the medical form and a copy of both sides of your insurance card (via your troop, pack or directly at a District Roundtable).
    3. For adults and youth payment for meals ($20 for the week) is part of the online registaration process.
    4. On or after April 1st, come back to the web site and fill out the Archery Volunteer form (the link will go live on April 1, 2018) to get confirmed on the archery crew.
    5. Attend an archery specific training session.
    6. Attend a Youth or Adult training session.
    7. For BSA Merit Badge and GSA Archery Interest Badge, attend one of the workshops on either June 4 or5.
    8. Help with setup on Juune 16.
    9. Attend range staff orientation on June 17.
    10. Help with take down on June 23.
    We need you notify Keith Johnson and myself (@ our main e-mail) of any changes to your availability or further questions.
A final requirement for all volunteers - be ready to have some FUN!!!
Beyond that, we are looking forward to another fun year, so come join us.
Bryan Thompson

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4/2/2018