THE SEARCH FOR

THE TUKABATCHEE TREASURE

Week One: June 13-19, 2021
Week Two: June 20-26, 2021

Greetings from Camp Tukabatchee!

 

We are excited to have you interested in our summer programs at Camp Tukabatchee! We have worked diligently this off-season to put together our most exciting programs yet! 

 

Please find our Program Guide below which will explain all things program, merit badges and what to expect for 2021!

 

At Tukabatchee, we have a broad range of programs and activities all on one property, with the opportunity for both traditional programs at Camp Tukabatchee and high adventure programs for your older Scouts at the Reservation.

 

Our staff is committed to exceeding your expectations. Your camp experience will be filled with adventures you will never forget. Your adventure awaits at Camp Tukabatchee this summer!

 

We look forward to you being our guests this summer at Warner Scout Reservation. Please do not hesitate to contact our Camp Leadership for any reason; we are here to serve you!

 

Yours In Scouting,

 

Keith Womack

2021 Summer Camp Director

camptukabatchee@gmail.com

Key Dates

October 3, 2020

- Summer camp preview & supper, 6:00 pm, Camp Tukabatchee.

- $150 non-refundable registration fee

December 28, 2020

-Staff interviews at Camp Tukabatchee

-Staff Application here.

January 8, 2021

- $60 deposit per Scout due

March 19, 2021

- First Scout payment of $120 due

- Merit Badge Request OPENS

April 9, 2021

- Counselor in Training applications due at CSC

- T-Shirt order (sizes and fees) due at CSC

- Campership requests due at CSC

May 3, 2021

- Final Scout payment of $120 due, $10 late fee after - $100 per adult leader due

- Merit Badge Requests Due

 

STAFF

Applications are available now.

Staff must be at least 15 years old by June 6, 2021, to apply.

 

Interviews dates:

December 28, 2020, at Camp Tukabatchee

COUNSELOR IN TRAINING (CIT)

 

The mission of the CIT program is to safely and successfully prepare a 14+ year old Scout for their future camp staff experience through a variety of engaging learning experiences with the current staff. We accomplish this purpose by providing you with on-the-job training experience needed to be successful. CITs are brought to camp to learn and to assist in the major program areas of the camp. Applications will be available for download soon!. CIT's must attend a week of summer camp with their troop and be able to return for an additional week to be accepted into the program.

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