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Game Design MB 

 

What: Game Design MB 
When: Saturday, April 23, from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm
Where: Roll2Play, 150 S. Denton Tap Rd., Suite 114, Coppell, phone=972-462-7788
Who: Registration is limited to 20 participants. 
How: Register on Camp-Master (requires a Camp-Master login). 

Details: 
Roll2Play, a gaming store and gamers’ community hangout in Five Trails District, has invited a few adult Eagle Scouts in the gaming industry to help teach the new Game Design MB on April 23rd from 9a-1p. Registration is limited to 20 participants and is available on Camp-Master. 

 

Come join with people knowledgeable about the gaming industry to learn how game design really works. We'll be covering all of the "discuss" and "learn" topics, as well as much of the "design" and "prototype" activities. Please consder bringing old games with missing pieces as raw materials for you and others to build the next great adventure. 

 

2016 Cub Scout Day Camp

What: 2016 Cub Scout Day Camp for Five Trails District
When: Monday-Friday, June 20-24, 2016 (setup on Sunday, June 19) 
Where: Camp Wisdom, 6400 W. Red Bird Lane, Dallas
Who: All Cub Scouts and their Adult Leaders
How: Current Face-to-Face Youth Protection Training (F2F YPT) REQUIRED for all Adult Leaders (except parents visiting for lunch on Visitors' Day)

Registration: 
See th
following forms AND the forms referenced therein: 

Participant Form ShortName # Req'd. Link to PDF Link to .docx
PACK Coordinator Information Matrix 0 Click HERE Click HERE
Pack Coordinator Coordinator Agreement 1 Click HERE Click HERE 

ALL General Camp Information 1 Click HERE Click HERE

Camper
Youth Registration Youth Reg. Form 1/Camper Click HERE Click HERE 
BSA Medical Form  Parts A & B + Ins. Card 1/Camper http://www.scouting.org/filestore/HealthSafety/pdf/680-001_AB.pdf
Sibling (Brave age 5-11) 
Youth Registration  Youth Reg. Form  1/Brave Click HERE  Click HERE
BSA Medical Form  Parts A & B + Ins. Card  1/Brave http://www.scouting.org/filestore/HealthSafety/pdf/680-001_AB.pdf
Jr. Helper 
Youth Registration  Youth Reg. Form 1/Jr. Helper Click HERE  Click HERE
Jr. Helper Agreement Jr. Helper Agreement 1/Jr. Helper Click HERE Click HERE
BSA Medical Form Parts A & B + Ins. Card  1/Jr. Helper  http://www.scouting.org/filestore/HealthSafety/pdf/680-001_AB.pdf
Adult Leader 
Adult Registration Adult Reg. Form 1/Adult Leader  Click HERE  Click HERE
BSA Medical Form Parts A & B + Ins. Card 1/Adult Leader  http://www.scouting.org/filestore/HealthSafety/pdf/680-001_AB.pdf
Adult Leader Agreement Adult Leader Agreement 1/Adult Leader
Click HERE  Click HERE
Adult-In-Camp Compliance Adult-In-Camp Form 1/Adult Leader  Click HERE Click HERE 
Sexual Offender Check Sexual Offender DB Chk. 1/Adult Leader  https://records.txdps.state.tx.us
CURRENT F2F YPT Card Copy of F2F YPT Card 1/Adult Leader  The Responsibility of EACH Adult Leader!! 
Den Registration
Wolf / Bear Dens Den Reg. Form 1/Den Click HERE
Click HERE 
Webelos / AoL Dens Den Reg. Form 1/Den Click HERE
Click HERE 
T-Shirt Pickup Form
Wolf Bear Dens T-Shirt P/U Form 1/Den  Click HERE  Click HERE 
Webelos / AoL Dens T-Shirt P/U Form 1/Den Click HERE Click HERE 
     
PACK Registration Summary  Pack Summary (2 pages) 1/Pack Click HERE  Click HERE

Be SURE to keep copies of each form for your backup!! 

Notes: 

  1. Day Camp Registration is at 7:00 pm on Thursday, May 19, 2016, at PPUMC (see below). This is where you choose your Den names! 
  2. MANDATORY Day Camp Den Leader Training at Plymouth Park United Methodist Church (PPUMC), 1615 W. Airport Freeway, Irving, TX 75062, at EITHER 10:00 am OR 7:00 pm on Monday, June 6, 2016.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The following forms are required for each type of participant: 

PARTICIPANT:                                                                              FORM(S) REQUIRED

 

PACK COORDINATOR:                                                                    Coordinator Agreement

YOUTH:                                                                                               

   Camper                                                                              1. Youth Registration Form

                                                                                                2. BSA Health and Medical Record: (Parts A & B)

                                                                                                (All three (3) pages) + Insurance card (front & back)

                                                                                                Available at the following link:

                                                           http://www.scouting.org/filestore/HealthSafety/pdf/680-001_AB.pdf

                                                                                                           

    Sibling: (Brave – age 5 to 11)                                            1. Youth Registration Form

                                                                                                2. BSA Health and Medical Record: (Parts A & B)

                                                                                                (All three (3) pages) + Insurance card (front & back)

                                                                                                Available at the following link:                                                                                                            http://www.scouting.org/filestore/HealthSafety/pdf/680-001_AB.pdf

 

    Jr. Helper                                                                            1. Youth Registration Form

                                                                                                 2. BSA Health and Medical Record: (Parts A & B)

                                                                                                (All three (3) pages) + Insurance card (front & back)

                                                                                                Available at the following link:                                                                                                            http://www.scouting.org/filestore/HealthSafety/pdf/680-001_AB.pdf

                                                                                                3.  Jr. Helper Agreement (signed w/area noted)

      

  ADULT:                                                                                 1. Adult Registration Form

                                                                                                2. BSA Health and Medical Record: (Parts A & B)

                                                                                                (All three (3) pages) + Insurance card (front & back)

                                                             http://www.scouting.org/filestore/HealthSafety/pdf/680-001_AB.pdf

3.     Adult Leader Agreement (signed and dated)

Texas Youth Camp Safety Act Compliance Packet:

4.     Adult in Camp Compliance Form

5.     Sexual Offender Database Check (link below)

             https://records.txdps.state.tx.us

6.     Current Face to Face Youth Protection Card/Copy

Pack Coordinator: To complete the Pack’s Day Camp Registration - please submit the following:

Den Registration Form

   Complete one for each Wolf/Bear or Webelos/AOL Day Camp Den, turn in with all paperwork and fees.

   Retain a copy for your file

T-Shirt Pickup Form

  This form will be used for Den t-shirt pick-up & distribution;

  Complete one for each Wolf/Bear or Webelos/AOL Day Camp Den.

   Turn in with all paperwork and fees.  Retain a copy for your file.

Pack Registration Summary (two pages)

   Complete both pages and turn in with all paperwork and fees. Retain a copy for your file

 

2016 Five Trails Webeloree

What: 2016 Five Trails Webeloree 
When: 6:00 pm, Friday, April 29, to 11:00 am, Sunday, May 1
Where: Camp Wisdom, 6400 W. Red Bird Lane, Dallas, TX 
Cost: $15/Scout or $5/Adult Leader
Registration: Register your Pack via Circle Ten CampMaster at this link.
Details: Webeloree is for Cub Scouts who will be Webelos I or Webelos II in the fall (i.e., Bears or Webelos Is, since Webelos IIs have already crossed over to Boy Scouts). It is a Pack competition in a series of events where boys will put their Scout skills to the test and compete in a friendly, safe environment hosted by Boy Scout Troops. Come out fo a full day of fun: camping, BBs, archery, relay races, campfire with OA callout ceremony, and more .... 
Camping
The opportunity to camp with a Boy Scout Troop is available if a Webelos I wants to complete that Arrow of Light requirement, but the arrangements need to be made by a Webelos (Den) with a specific Boy Scout Troop. A Bear may also camp, but must have a parent (who has a current YPT (online is OK)) camp with them (BSA rule). 
Questions: If you have further questions, please email Eric Shipp at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call him at 972-900-3778. 

 

 

State-Mandated Face-to-Face Youth Protection Training

 

If you plan to attend any BSA extended camp (Cub Scout Day Camp, Webelos Camp, or Boy Scout Camp) in Texas this year, you must have proof that you have successfully completed the state-mandated Face-to-Face (F2F) Youth Protection Training (YPT). Note: Online BSA Youth Protection Training is NOT sufficient for extended camps in Texas!

What: F2F YPT Training for Adult Leaders
When: Wednesday, March 2, 2016, at 7:00 pm 

Where: Lee Elementary School, 
8808 Chaparral Waters Way, Dallas,
TX 75019 (
Note: This is a Coppell ISD
school near the Cypress Waters development
off of Ranch Trail.) 
Map of Lee Elementary School

Who: All Adult Leaders who will attend any BSA extended camp this summer
Details: Scout Adult Leader attire is appropriate; bring a writing instrument for the state-mandated exam at the conclusion of the training.
Facilitator: Blaine Whitgrove 

 

 

Five Trails District

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2015 Eagle Project-of-the-Year


The Five Trails District Eagle Project-of-the-Year for 2015 was awarded to T840's Alan Ritchie. Alan's creative project was to assist students at Coppell High School (CHS) who have limited mobility to experience some aspects of everyday life that many of us take for granted. Alan worked with the CHS Special Education department to prepare vignettes available to students on their iPads using a special application. Alan led friends, fellow Scouts, and several Adult Leaders while they recorded scenarios at various community locations that these students might not normally get to visit due to their severely limited mobility. To allow us to see an example of the recordings, Alan posted a sample video on YouTube. To see this video, click HERE.  

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZD4yD8mhNZI&feature=youtu.be
 

2016 Camp Card Sales

 
Scouting teaches a boy how to pay his own way – this is one of the ways to teach him!! 
 

For more information, see the Camp Card link on the Circle Ten web site: 
    http://circleten.org/camp-card-unit-sales-sign

   

Scouting teaches a boy how to pay his own way – this is one of the ways to teach him. 
 
Thanks,
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Five Trails Camp Card Chairman

Rufus:

    Another blurb for the website. 

 
 
Hi Everybody:***If you have already signed up for Camp Cards via CampMaster – please ignore the following – See you on February 16th.
If you haven’t signed up for Camp Cards, please read the following:  
 
    1.  Did you know that the Camp Card Kickoff meeting is February 16, 2016 at the Circle Ten Council office?  At this meeting you will be picking up and counting your
    requested number of Camp Cards. 
 
    2.  Did you know that your unit must be signed up to participate by February 12, 2016  - the first step toward qualifying for the full 50% commission.
 
    3.  You can sign your unit up by going to  the following link: circle10.camp-master.com/default.aspx.  Scroll down to Feb. 16th and register.
    Please note that sign-ups are being done through CampMaster and are a unit reservation.
    Only someone designated as a unit leader IN CAMPMASTER can make the reservation.
    If you need a CampMaster account or if you need to be designated as a unit leader, please email Stephanie Kirk.
 
    4.  Please reply to this email with the name of your Camp Card Chairperson – so that I may keep track of the units that need another ‘gentle reminder’. 
 
   Scouting teaches a boy how to pay his own way – this is one of the ways to teach him. 
 
Thanks,
Pam Peveto
Five Trails Camp Card Chairman    Another blurb for the website. 
 
 
Hi Everybody:***If you have already signed up for Camp Cards via CampMaster – please ignore the following – See you on February 16th.
If you haven’t signed up for Camp Cards, please read the following:  
 
    1.  Did you know that the Camp Card Kickoff meeting is February 16, 2016 at the Circle Ten Council office?  At this meeting you will be picking up and counting your
    requested number of Camp Cards. 
 
    2.  Did you know that your unit must be signed up to participate by February 12, 2016  - the first step toward qualifying for the full 50% commission.
 
    3.  You can sign your unit up by going to  the following link: circle10.camp-master.com/default.aspx.  Scroll down to Feb. 16th and register.
    Please note that sign-ups are being done through CampMaster and are a unit reservation.
    Only someone designated as a unit leader IN CAMPMASTER can make the reservation.
    If you need a CampMaster account or if you need to be designated as a unit leader, please email Stephanie Kirk.
 
    4.  Please reply to this email with the name of your Camp Card Chairperson – so that I may keep track of the units that need another ‘gentle reminder’. 
 
   Scouting teaches a boy how to pay his own way – this is one of the ways to teach him. 
 
Thanks,
Pam Peveto
Five Trails Camp Card Chairman
 

CORRECTED 2015-2016 District Calendar

It is our intention to continue to maintain the online calendar function that Five Trails District uses. But ... if you would like the next year's calendar in one printable doccument, click here

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Circle Ten Tornado Relief Fund

A Scout is HELPFUL .... Several Scouts and Scouters lost their homes in the recent tornadoes. Circle Ten Council has set up a Tornado Relief Fund to assist them. You may find the link for that relief fund herePlease give generously ... like you would want someone to give if YOU lost everything. 

 

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