2016 01 Tubing Scojectment Details (No Score Yet)

ABOUT:

Troop 51 is going Tubing at Nordic Mountain‘s Tubing Park on Friday January 22nd February 5th. Our plan is to go tubing at Nordic Mountain… we will start by meeting at Eagle Park in Little Chute and caravan to the hill. Once we arrive at the hill we will have a tailgate dinner and then off to a couple of hours of FUN! The date for this event has changed because the lift for the tubing hill is not open.

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ADVANCEMENT

[worth 3 planning points] – Strive to continually improve our Scouting Skills and advance in rank.

Advancement Coordinator

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ADULT NAME: NONE

REQUIREMENT(S): NONE

MERIT BADGE(S): NONE

NOTE: When possible, insert screen shots of the Scout(s) requirements before to show what needs to be accomplished on the outing.

Date Scoutbook was updated by Advancement Coordinator: ???

Advancement Coordinator Scoutbook update report (Summary of what was entered for who): ???

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AGENDA

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SPL

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SCOUT: NONE

4 Hour Operational Cycles — 9-1-5-9

FRI

Cycle 1 Travel – 5pm to 9pm: Gather @ Warehouse, Opening/Bless the Outing, Headcount, Travel, Arrive/Check In, Setup Camp, Headcount

Cycle 2 Cracker Barrel – 9pm+: Build Fire, Eat, 10pm Evening New, Headcount, Go to Bed by 11pm

SAT

Cycle 0 RISE – ??? to 9am: Rise, Cook, Eat — Dining Fly’s must be clean by 9am!

Cycle 1 Morning 9am to 1pm: Headcount, Flags @ 9am (after breakfast), Advancement, Cook, Eat, Patrol Meeting— Dining Fly’s must be clean by 1pm!

Cycle 2 Afternoon 1pm to 5pm: Headcount, TREK, Flags @ 5pm (before dinner)

Cycle 3 Evening 5pm to 9pm: Headcount, Fun (free time) — Dining Fly’s must be clean by 9pm!

Cycle 4 Night 9pm+: Build Fire, Eat, 10pm Evening New, Headcount, Go to Bed by 11pm

SUN

Cycle 0 RISE – ??? to 9am: Rise, Cook, Eat — Dining Fly’s must be clean by 9am!

Cycle 1 Break Camp 9am to 1pm: Tear Down, Load Trailer, Headcount, Travel, Headcount, Unload Trailer, Closing/Praise the Lord — Trailer must be empty by 1pm!

NOTE: There are 9 headcounts during a weekend outing, providing the SPL with true responsibility and accountability… which is fulfilled by POSTING to the headcount category – simple! The Scoutmaster will provide 1 point for each of the posts and link them here:

Headcount Post 1 Link

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DISCUSSIONS (Posts)

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NOTE: Any information in our Body Of Knowledge that is relevant to this event can be linked here.

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DUTY ROSTER

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SPL

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SCOUT: NONE

Campsite Setup

  1. Dining Fly – PGM
  2. Tents – Buddy Groups
  3. Unload Trailer – PQM
  4. Axe Yard / Fire Area – PQM
  5. Kitchen – PGM
  6. Individual Bedding – Individual Scouts

Campsite Teardown

  1. Tents – Buddy Groups
  2. Kitchen – PGM
  3. Axe Yard / Fire Area – PQM
  4. Load Trailer – PQM
  5. Dining Fly – PGM
  6. Sweep Grounds – SPL

Gear Take Home & Clean

  1. Tents:
  2. Cook Box:
  3. Cooler:
  4. Food Tub:
  5. Cleaning Tub:
  6. Axe Yard Tub:

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FEEDBACK POLL

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Everyone who attends is asked to give feedback on how they FEEL the outing went.

OPTIONS: 1 point for HATED IT; 2 points for DISLIKED IT; 3 points for FINE; 4 points for LIKED IT; 5 points for LOVED IT

[Points POSSIBLE from all Scouts (#Scouts * 5 = ? points]  [] Adults who fill out a poll provide BONUS POINTS.

NOTE: Not everyone interprets everything the same way, so we ask all Scouts to provide feedback, providing the SPL with true communication and global perspective skills… to make tracking feedback easy, the PARTICIPANTS can simply POST to the feedback poll category – simple! The Scoutmaster will provide 1 point for each feedback item (1 per participant) link any corresponding feedback items here:

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Total Points from all Scouts = ? points

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FOOD

[worth 5 planning points]

Grubmaster

Gavin

FOOD BUDGET: $0.00

The food budget comes from the MONEY section and is based on the number of Scouts attending.

MENU

FRI – Cracker Barrel

Dinner will be at Culver’s

  • Bread:
  • Main Course:
  • Dairy:
  • Fruit:
  • Drink: Hot Coco (DoCo), Gatorade
  • Dessert: (Travel Snacks): Nutter Butter, Lemon Cookies

GROCERY LIST

  1. Produce:
  2. Canned Goods:
  3. Meat:
  4. Dry Goods:
  5. Dairy:
  6. Drink: Gatorade (1 per)

ACTION ITEM – Grocery Shopping.

NOTE: Costs associated with FOOD are to be tracked in the MONEY Section

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GEAR & CONSUMABLES

[worth 3 planning points]

Quartermaster

MitchellMitchell

GEAR LIST

NONE

CONSUMABLE LIST

None

Examples of consumables are: Bleach, Charcoal, Cooking Spray, Dish Soap, Lighter Fluid, Matches, Propane, Tin Foil, and Zip Lock Bags.

ACTION ITEM – Load the Trailer

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Leadership

[worth 4 planning points]

SPL SCRIBE SM ASM
NathanNathan TobyToby DonDon NONE

Two Deep Leadership is a requirement of the BSA

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LOGS

[worth 2 working points] Jr Leaders demonstrate responsibility by tracking first aid and incident experiences during the outing.

SPL

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SCOUT: NONE

First Aid Logs

First Aid Log LINK 1

OR SPL statement of no first aid needs:

Incident Logs

Incident Log LINK 1

OR SPL statement of no incidents:

Understanding WHAT HAPPENED AGAINST Scouting Ideals to achieve Personal Growth:

Scout Oath:

On my honor I promise to do my Duty to God and my country, To help other people at all times and to obey the Scout Law. To keep myself physically strong, mentally awake, and morally straight.

Scout Law:

A Scout is Trustworthy, Loyal, Helpful, Friendly, Courteous, Kind, Obedient, Cheerful, Thrifty, Brave, Clean, and Reverent.

Outdoor Code:

As an American, I will do my best to be clean in my outdoor manners. Be careful with fire. Be considerate in the outdoors. Be conservation minded.

Leave No Trace:

Plan ahead and prepare, camp and travel on durable surfaces, dispose of waste properly, leave what you find, minimize campfire impacts, respect wildlife, be considerate of other visitors.

NOTE: Safety is extremely important, providing the SPL with true responsibility and accountability… which is fulfilled by POSTING to the log category – simple! The Scoutmaster will provide 1 point for each category and link any corresponding logs. If there are no logs, the SPL needs to make a statement indicating such. These logs will aid in any necessary disciplinary action the Troop Committee may need to take.

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MAPS & BOUNDARIES

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This outing will use the acceptable boundaries of the Ski Hill, specifically the tubing area for our event.

Campsite Boundaries

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SOUTH: ???

EAST: ???

WEST: ???

TREK Boundaries

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SOUTH: ???

EAST: ???

WEST: ???

NOTE: Maps in this webpage should be lower quality for speed in loading but include a link to the high res version.

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MONEY

[worth 5 planning points]

Treasurer

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ADULT NAME: NONE

BUDGET

This is what you THINK the outing will cost based on research and historical trends.

Total # of Active Scouts in Troop invited to this event: 8

Attraction Cost per Scout: $14.00
Total Attraction Cost: $112.00

Adults Food and Venue Coverage per adult: $4.00
Number of Adults attending: 2
Total Adults amount: $8.00
Adults are not charged to attend as we are required to have them.

Awards Cost: $0.00

Food Cost per Meal per person: $2.00
Number of Meals during this event: 1
Cost for all meals for a person: $2.00
Total Meal cost for the event(Scouts + Adults): $20.00

Travel Cost per vehicle: $25.00
Number of vehicles to accommodate seat belt needs: 2
Total Travel Costs: $50.00

NOTE: Travel is not paid out, instead a transfer into the Scout account will occur after the outing is completed.

Venue (Reservation) Cost per Scout: $0.00
Summer & Winter camp site fees per Scout: $2.00
Total Venue Cost: $16.00
Please add a scanned in picture of the Venue reservation receipt.

Total Budgeted Amount for this event: $206.00
Total PER SCOUT FEE for this event: $25.75

FINANCIAL TRANSACTIONS

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Date Troop Ledger and Scoutbook was updated by Treasurer: ???

Treasurer update report (Summary of what was entered for who): ???

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ROSTER / ATTENDANCE

[worth 3 working points] The people who participated in the event, not just RSVPed. This report is to allow us to fill out the Council ROSTER for campsite payments.

SPL

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SCOUT: NONE

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SCOJECTMENT Elements

[worth 3 planning points]

Create a Scoutbook event: YES

Create a Scojectment Portfolio Page (This page): YES

Create a Webpage Public Cal item: YES

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TICKETS / RSVP

[worth 2 planning points]

Cost: $20

RSVP LINK

Scouts and Adults interested in attending are asked to RSVP on Scoutbook by following the above link. If you name is not listed, please add a comment.

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TRAVEL

[worth 4 planning points]

Travel Coordinator

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ADULT (Include picture): NONE

ITINERARY

START Location (Address): T51 Warehouse (520 Randolph Dr Appleton, WI 54913)

DESTINATION (Address – City, State, # of miles): Nordic Park (W5806 County Road W, Wild Rose WI 54984)

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FACILITY: NONE

RESERVATION INFORMATION (Confirmation #, Cost): NONE

ROUTE MAP (Include picture):

Travel_To_Nordic

Route

  • HWY 41 South to HWY 10
  • HWY 10 West to HWY 49
  • HWY 49 South HWY A
  • HWY A West to HWY W
  • HWY W South to HWY G
  • To Nordic

 

CARAVAN

  • VEHICLE 1 (Year, Make, Model): 2000 GMC Yukon
  • VEHICLE 2 (Year, Make, Model): ????

INSPECTION

DATE: NONE

MECHANIC: NONE

NOTE: Costs associated with TRAVEL are to be tracked in the MONEY Section

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TREK

[worth 5 planning points] – The Trek is the adventure portion of the outing.

Trek Coordinator

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ADULT NAME: NONE

WHAT: Tubing at Nordic

WHERE: NONE

WHEN: The entire outing is dedicated to the Trek

WHY: NONE

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VENUE

[worth 3 planning points]

VENUE NAME: Nordic Park

VENUE ADDRESS: W5806 County Road W, Wild Rose WI 54984

NOTE: Costs associated with reservations are to be tracked in the MONEY Section

 

NORDIC’s TUBING PARK:

You and your whole family will love Nordic Mountain’s fabulous TUBING PARK Presented by Camp Luwisomo. The tubing park offers exciting winter fun for people of all ages and sizes (42 inch height minimum for safety).

If you can sit, you can tube like a pro—it’s that easy! Simply ride your comfortable tube to the top of the hill using our tubing lift. Then, slide down one of our many chutes at speeds approaching 40 mph! Form a family train—or have a race to the bottom! The park is designed to be one of the most exciting tubing experiences around, while making sure it is as safe as possible. It features over 100 feet of vertical drop; a ride more than 4 football fields long; and lots of large rollers to add even more thrills to your riding adventure. We’ll see you there.

Ticket Prices

Before 4pm $16 for 2 Hrs
After 4pm $14 for 2 Hrs

Tubing Specials

Wednesday 2 for 1
Thursday $5/hr
Ski & Tube Special $5/hr anytime.  Show a valid lift ticket from the same day and tube for 1 hour for $5!

Tubing Specials not valid Dec 24, 30, & 31st.

Tubing Park Stats

ELEVATION DROP

100 FEET

ROLLERS

12

RUN LENGTH

1500 feet

SPEEDS VARIABLE

10-40 MPH

Rental Release

Link to Rental Release — Will need ALL Scouts and Parents to signRental Release

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PHOTOS

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Troop Historian

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NAME: NONE

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REFLECTION

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START

STOP

CONTINUE

MISSING

NOTE: It is common to forget items, providing the SPL with true problem solving skills… to make tracking items we forgot, or were missing from the patrol box, the SPL can simply POST to the missing category – simple! The Scoutmaster will provide 1 point for each item above and link any corresponding missing items here:

Missing Item LINK 1

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SCORE

Scoutmaster to work with Jr Leader to evaluate the plan and grade it. Each section of the Scojectment document / post has been assigned a points value.

Planning Points Possible: 39

Poll Points Possible: ??

Total Points Possible: ??

Points Earned: ??

Percentage Achieved (Earned / Total): ??%

STARS — 1 Star (0 – 49%); 2 Star (50 – 74%); 3 Star (75 – 89%); 4 star (90 – 94%); 5 Star (95%+)

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