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«Central Florida Council Boy Scouts of America Proudly Presents: The 2nd Central Florida International Scouting Jamborette July 13th – July 20th, ...»

Central Florida Council

Boy Scouts of America Proudly Presents:

The 2nd Central Florida

International Scouting Jamborette

July 13th – July 20th, 2013

At Camp La-No-Che, located in

Paisley, Florida, USA

PHYSICAL ADDRESS: 41940 Boy Scout Road, Paisley, FL 32767

Page 1

Guide

.Leader’s

International Jamborette Commissioned by:

Central Florida Council, 1951 South Orange Blossom Trail,

Suite 102, Apopka, FL 32703

Telephone (407) 889-4403 Fax (407) 889-4406 Page 2 What is Home Hospitality? After the Jamborette, Scouts and Adults from overseas contingents are offered home hospitality from July 20 – July 24, 2013 in the homes of American Scouts. These home stays provide a truly unique opportunity for Scouts and Families to share international traditions.

International contingents arrive on or about July 13, 2013, are met at the airport by the local Scout representative, and will be transported to the Central Florida International Jamborette.

Page 3 2013 CFC International Jamborette Payment/Administrative Schedule International Contingents - Scouts and Leaders Cost $420.00 USD (Jamborette, Universal Studios, and Home Hospitality) July 13 – July 20, 2013 Jamborette Camp La-No-Che, Paisley, Florida July 20 – July 24, 2013 Home Hospitality US Contingents (Host Scouts) Cost $270.00 USD (Jamborette ONLY; Universal Studios Option - Extra Fee) July 13 – July 20, 2013 US Contingents (Host Leaders) Cost $110.00 USD (Jamborette ONLY; Universal Studios Option - Extra Fee) July 13 – July 20, 2013 DUE DATES 2012/2013 - DATES YOUR ITEMS MUST BE IN OUR HANDS Deadline Date Method Submission Item September 30, 2012 check/credit card Deposit (1/2 of total cost) $50.00 USD nonrefundable September 30, 2012 email or postal mail Participant Forms (page 14) February 1, 2013 email or postal mail Program Form (page 15) April 1, 2013 email or postal mail Medical Forms April 1, 2013 email or postal mail Overseas Contingent Travel Plans May 1, 2013 check/credit card Balance of payment Page 4 Weather The weather in Central Florida is usually sunny and temperatures are usually in the mid 90’s. During the summer, we get a number of short, severe thunderstorms.

These thunderstorms frequently produce dangerous lightning. Please remind Scouts of the danger of lightning and discuss precautions to take during the storm.

All outdoor programs are canceled during lightning storms. Arrangements are made to make up work missed due to canceled merit badge classes. Be Prepared.

Facilities Camp La-No-Che (http://www.camplanoche.com/) at the Leonard & Marjorie Williams Family Scout Reservation is an outstanding facility to provide an enjoyable Jamborette experience for International Scouts.

Here is a short list of facility highlights:

 The W. T. Bland Dining Hall – Fully enclosed with air conditioning and heat enjoys a 600 person capacity for meals however our commercial kitchen often feeds over 1,000 campers each meal and supplies outstanding food served by professional and courteous staff for breakfast, lunch & dinner. Nobody leaves hungry!

 For those inclined and pending weather conditions, swimming is available in our Olympic size lighted swimming pool.

 Lighted sports area (basketball court, volleyball, horseshoes, and boulder wall).

 Expanded shooting sports area with lights (36 person capacity rifle range, 5 stand shotgun range, black powder/handgun range and 24 person capacity sheltered archery range).

 Alpine Tower, Climbing Tower, and Challenging Outdoor Personal Experience (COPE) Course.

 An accredited Health Lodge with licensed medical officer  Fully stocked Scout Shop  Our campsites include enclosed activity shelters with electricity, lights and fans;

with an adult leader room  Each campsite has modern latrine with private toilets, hot water showers, and sinks.

Page 5 Communications For all administrative, form submissions, and inquiries regarding the 2nd Central Florida International Jamborette please email cfcjamborette@rocketmail.com

• Payments: http://jamborette.wordpress.com/ Click on ‘Payment/Registration’

• Post Mail Form Submissions CFC Jamborette c/o BJ Knapp 1764 Cypress Ridge Drive Orlando, FL 32825

Other contacts for your convenience:

• Matt Ragan (Director of Support Services): matt@camplanoche.com

• Camp La-No-Che: pam@camplanoche.com

• Website: http://www.camplanoche.com

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Page 8 Camp La-No-Che is known for its unique trails for scouts of all ages. We challenge you to explore the history of our Camp and experience our trails.

Cateye Trails (Always use the buddy system in camp.) The Cateye Red Trail is marked with red reflectors which the Scouts follow. The route uses existing roads and trails through the east side of camp to provide a challenge for everyone. Remember to bring your flashlights, look up and keep a sharp eye out for the red cateyes.

The Cateye Blue Trail is marked with blue reflectors which Scouts will follow with the aid of their flashlights.

This trail was blazed by the ecology staff and is about an hour long. Remember your flashlights and keep an eye out for the blue cateyes.





Sulfur Springs Trail (Always use the buddy system in camp.) This spring is one of the natural wonders of La-No-Che which is being preserved and protected. Because of this protection, you can experience this wonderful ecosystem which unfolds before you. Please do not damage plants and trees along the way, but take lots of pictures.

Also, remember that the spring is not a swimming hole.

Trapper Creek Nature Trail (Always use the buddy system in camp.) This is an adventure in wetland forests and creeks that sometimes flow under two bridges. The wood ticks and mosquitoes may be a problem, so bring your repellent and spray your ankles. Hikers may see close to half of Camp La-NoChe’s plant species on this trail along with many different types of animals. This trail will focus on interpretation, making it an ideal resource for Nature and Forestry merit badges and Trailblazer requirements.

Page 9CAMPSITE NOTESCommissioner’s Awards

The Commissioner’s Awards will evaluate campsites and Scout spirit/activity separately. Each unit will be awarded a Commissioner’s Award for their troop flag, with the level of award based on the points earned during the week. In addition, overall awards will be presented to the troops with the best campsite, the best Scout spirit, the best gateway, and the best combined score overall.

Adult Leadership in Camp Each International troop must have two registered Scouters who are 21 years of age or older. If an International Contingent is traveling with female scouts then one International leader must be female.

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Arrive in Orlando, Florida - Will be met by host troops and travel to Jamborette July 14–20, 2013 06:00am Reveille (showers, clean camp, tent inspections...tidy up every day!) 07:30am Breakfast; Full uniform (Class A) from your home country 08:00am Breakfast; Full uniform (Class A) from your home country 09:00am Morning Activities 12:00pm Lunch; Activity Uniform (Class B) 12:25pm Lunch; Activity Uniform (Class B) 01:30pm Afternoon Activities 05:45pm Dinner; Full uniform (Class A) from your home country 06:15pm Dinner; Full uniform (Class A) from your home country 07:00pm Social Activities—Dining Hall and/or Camp Wide 10:30pm Camp Taps (no talking, sounds, or lights allowed) July 20–24, 2013 Home Hospitality

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Participants (under 18 years old) - Use this form:

'Click Here' for Current Medical Forms A-C Sections A, B & C filled out legibly, signed and dated by parent, guardian and licensed health care provider not more than 12 months prior to the end of the camp session (meaning July 24 th 2012). Be sure immunization record is complete and that all medications the Scout is to receive at camp are listed. List all medications and all medications must come the original containers.

Please attached a photocopy of both sides of insurance card (see part A). If family has no medical insurance, state ―none.‖ Be sure that tetanus immunization has been administered within the past 10 years.

Medical Forms will be retained on file at camp and WILL BE RETURNED.

Please make a copy prior to arriving at camp, just in case.

Staffers (18 years and older) - Use this form:

'Click Here' for Current Medical Forms A-C Sections A, B & C filled out legibly, signed and dated by parent, guardian and licensed health care provider not more than 12 months prior to the end of the camp session (meaning July 24 th 2012). Be sure immunization record is complete and that all medications the Scout is to receive at camp are listed. List all medications and all medications must come the original containers.

Please attached a photocopy of both sides of insurance card (see part A). If family has no medical insurance, state ―none.‖ Be sure that tetanus immunization has been administered within the past 10 years.

Medical Forms will be retained on file at camp and WILL BE RETURNED.

Please make a copy prior to arriving at camp, just in case.

Additional Health and Medical Information Immunization data: All campers must provide immunization dates required by Florida regulations.

Allergies: Please explain any and all allergies on the Health History. Include symptoms and necessary treatment.

Medications: All medications are administered at camp in accordance with State regulations.

All medication to be taken at camp MUST be listed on the Health History form at time of medical check in. ONLY those medications listed will be administered. All medication must come to camp in the original prescription containers. Please limit amount to seven day supply. Medication not in an original container will not be administered. Camp is not the time to discontinue medicine taken on a regular basis (behavioral, asthma, etc.). Similarly, Camp is not the place to begin taking medicines if not taken prior to arrival. "Urgent use" medications, such as asthma inhalers and epi-pens, will be returned to the Scout or Leader for whom they are prescribed, at the discretion of the Camp Health Officer.

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Leader’s Email

NOTE:

Due to (U.S.) Boy Scouts of America policy, if an International Contingent is traveling with female scouts then (1) registered leader must be female. This is in addition to the registered male leader for the male scouts.

Home Hospitality scouts need to be between the ages of 12 – 18 years of age.

International Leader requiring Home Hospitality ___________ International scouts under the age of 12 years and traveling with their parents must participate in Home Hospitality with their parents.

International scouts attending the Jamboree and under the age of 12 years will be assigned to the same campsite as the parents.

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Alpine Adventure 14 years of age 2 Period – Afternoon Only Poseidon Adventure 14 years of age 5 Periods - All Day Project C.O.P.E. Adventure 13 years of age 3 Periods – Morning Only Archery 2 Periods - Morning and Afternoon Indian Lore 1 Period - Morning Only Rifle Shooting 2 Periods - Morning and Afternoon Shotgun Shooting 2 Periods - Morning and Afternoon Swimming 1 Period - Morning and Afternoon Cat-eye Trail Troop Time Activity Trapper Creek Nature Trail Troop Time Activity Sulfur Springs Trail Troop Time Activity

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Please complete and submit one program sheet per scout st nd rd  Indicate your 1, 2, and 3 choice for each adventure (in purple).

st nd rd  Indicate your 1, 2, and 3 choice for class session (in blue).

If a scout is under the age of 13 as of June 1, 2013 please email the Jamborette Staff to get an alternate program in place for the week. This form will be used to help us accommodate requests and staff the events. Any questions and/or concerns please email cfcjamborette@rocketmail.com



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