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F2F YPT Offerings in Other Districts

By Texas state law, Face-to-Face Youth Protection Training (F2F YPT) is required for any/all adults who participate in Cub Scout Day Camp, Boy Scout Summer Camp, or Boy Scout Winter Camp, even if "just" for a few hours during the week! Districts other than Five Trails District are offering F2F YPT during the first two weeks of June, if you have not been able to attend a Five Trails District F2F YPT session, but this means you will have to travel a little farther ....  

What: F2F YPT (good for 2 years!)
When/Where: Varies by District — see table below
Note: On-site registration/check-in begins 15 minutes prior to the start time. You MUST be in your seat (already registered/checked-in) at start time — NO LATE ARRIVALS ALLOWED (by Texas State Law) 
Bring: A pen/pencil — there is a required written exam at the end .... 

June F2F YPT Offerings:

Date START Time District   Location Address   How to Register
6/6   7:00 pm   Lone Star   LDS Meeting House   11000Eldorado Parkway,
Frisco
  CampMaster *
6/8   7:00 pm   Northern Lights   LDS Church   2401 Legacy Drive,
Plano
  Walk-in EARLY
6/8   6:00 pm   Mountain Lake   LDS Church   2010 S. Carrier Pkwy.,
Grand Prairie
  Walk-in EARLY
6/12   8:00 am   Mountain Lake   Camp Wisdom   2600 W. Red Bird Lane,
Dallas
  Walk-in EARLY
6/12   7:00 pm   Five Trails   Irving North Christian Church   2901 N. MacArthur Blvd.,
Irving
  Walk-in EARLY

* CampMaster requires logging in at this URL:

  https://circle10.camp-master.com/default.aspx 

 


Important Detail for ALL sessions: You MUST be registered and in your seat ON TIME to get credit; NO LATE ARRIVALS ALLOWED!! So, IF you do NOT get there in time to be registered & in-your-seat by the time class starts, you will have to take this course elsewhere at another time — NO EXCEPTIONS (by Texas state law)!! 

 


 

 

Last Five Trails F2F YPT before Day Camp 

 

By Texas state law, Face-to-Face Youth Protection Training (F2F YPT) is required for any/all adults who participate in Cub Scout Day Camp, even if "just" for a few hours during the week! This is the LAST TIME Five Trails District will offer F2F YPT before Day Camp! IF you still need F2F YPT but do not make it to this session, you will have to find F2F YPT in another District, which means you will have to travel farther! So come to this nearby session in your home District!

What: F2F YPT (good for 2 years!) 
When: Monday, June 12, registration opens at 6:45 pm and closes at 7:00 pm (sharp!) — NO LATE ARRIVALS ALLOWED (by Texas state law)
Where: Activity Room (NOT the sanctuary), Irving North Christian Church, 2901 N. MacArthur Blvd., Irving, TX 75062
Bring: A pen/pencil there is a required written exam at the end .... 
Pre-registration: Not necessary — just show up ON TIME to register ON-SITE at 6:45 pm!! 
Important Detail: You MUST be registered and in your seat by 7:00 pm to get credit; NO LATE ARRIVALS ALLOWED!!

 

 

2017 Cub Scout Day Camp for Five Trails District

What: Cub Scout / Webelos Day Camp
When: Monday thru Friday, June 19 thru 23
Where: Camp Wisdom, 6400 W Red Bird Ln, Dallas, TX 75236
Who: Cub Scouts & Webelos and their Adult Leaders
Details: See the table below, where you can select which form you wish to download by document type (Word .docx OR PDF) .... 

2017 Five Trails Day Camp
Note: There are also BSA Annual Medical Forms required. See the links in form 01 below.
Form Name # Req'd .docx Link .pdf Link
01 Day Camp Coordinator Information Packet 1/Pack HERE HERE
02 Pack Coordinator Agreement 1/Pack HERE
HERE
03 General Information 1/Family HERE HERE
04 YOUTH Registration Form 1/Camper* HERE HERE
05 Adult In-Camp State Compliance Form 1/Adult HERE HERE
06 ADULT Registration Form 1/Adult HERE HERE
07 Adult Leader Agreement 1/Adult HERE HERE
08 Junior Helper Agreement 1/Jr. Helper HERE HERE
09 Den Registration Form 1/Den** HERE HERE
10 T-Shirt Pickup Form 1/Pack HERE
HERE
11 & 12 Pack Registration Summary (2 pages)  1/Pack HERE HERE
Notes:   
  * The term "Camper" means Cub Scout, Webelos  / AOL attendee, Brave, or Jr. Helper  
** The term "Den" means either Wolf / Bear Den or Webelos / AoL Den   
Note: There are ALSO BSA medical forms required! See form 01 above for details.

 Questions: Contact Pam Peveto at pampeveto@verizon.net or 972-986-6516.

 

Satank OA Chapter

The Order of the Arrow (OA) is BSA's honor society for Boy Scout Troops and Varsity Teams, with members elected by their peers (including both members and non-members).  Each District is associated with a specific OA Chapter.  Each OA Chapter is a member of their OA Lodge, which is associated with a Council.  

The Circle Ten Council's OA Lodge is the Mikanakawa Lodge

The Five Trails District's OA Chapter is the Satank Chapter.  
NOTE: This is a NEW-NEW LINK for the Satank Chapter web site which was just made available. 

 

Five Trails District

Welcome to the Five Trails District Web Site! If you are seeing this article, you should have arrived here by selecting our Home page. This page contains the latest updates to Five Trails District -- items which are usually "hot off the press". They are in order of when they were added. If you wish to see web pages on a particular topic, you should use the menu items just below the scrolling pictures in the header. For example: 

  • If you wish to find out about specific scheduled Five Trails District events, select the Calendar menu item. 
  • If you wish to find out about Five Trails District Programs, select the Programs menu item. 
  • If you wish to find out how to contact someone in a Boy Scout Troop, Cub Scout Pack, Venturing Crew, the District, or our Council, select the Contact Us menu item. 

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