York District Events

05/05York District Roundtable and Order of the Arrow
05/07Camp Gustin Work Day
05/13 - 05/15Scout-O-Rama Camporee
05/14Scout-O-Rama
05/20ITOLS, Camp Hinds
05/25York District Commissioners
05/26York District Committee Meeting
06/02York District Roundtable and Order of the Arrow
06/19 - 06/24National Youth Leadership Training (NYLT)
06/23York District Committee Meeting
06/29York District Commissioners

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2016 York District Spring Camporee - UPDATE
(posted 2016-04-04)

3… 2… 1… BLAST OFF!

Click HERE for your mission report!

Registration Form HERE and Seashore Trolley Museum Release Form HERE

York District Pinewood Derby - 2016
(posted 2016-03-09)

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Click HERE for information about this year’s York District Pinewood Derby!

Merit Badge College – Online Registration NOW Available
(posted 2016-01-17)

Details for the York District Merit Badge College – Spring 2016 along with Online Registration is NOW available.

Sanford High School, Sanford, ME
Thursdays – April 14, April 28, May 12 & May 26
6:00 pm to 7:15 pm & 7:15 pm to 8:30 pm
Cost: Free

York District Pinewood Derby Rules
(posted 2016-01-11)

Here are the 2016 York District Pinewood Derby Rules and Regulations.  Please note the new information inside the text box on page one.  We are strongly suggesting that each Unit assign a responsible adult to take possession of the top three race-cars from your Pack’s Derby and keep them until the District Derby.  This is to not only keep them safe, but to prevent alterations to the cars.

http://york.pinetreebsa.org/documents/2016/01/2016-york-district-pinewood-derby-rules.pdf

FALL CAMPOREE update!
(posted 2015-10-13)

Hello York District!
Here is the latest update regarding this weekend’s Fall Camporee hosted by Troop 369 in Lebanon, ME at the intersection of Half-Mile Rd and Little River Rd.
Registration opens at 4:00 PM on Friday for Boy Scouts and 9:00 AM on Saturday for Cub Scouts
– Please be prepared at registration with the following:
o Medical forms for all attending to be left at HQ
o Payment – Camporee fee is $10/Boy Scouts & adults – $5/Cub Scouts & adults
o Discloser of which Dutch Oven category your Unit will be participating in
o Discloser of Skit or Song for Saturday Night’s campfire program
– One vehicle (plus trailer) will be allowed to drive to campsite to drop gear
– ALL vehicles will be parked in designated area (approx. 100 yards up the road)
– PLEASE bring potable water! There will be untreated water at the Camporee for use ONLY as fire prevention. It is NOT potable!
– Above ground fires will be allowed pursuant to local fire department permit, determined on Friday of Camporee.
– Please use extreme caution with ALL fires and use of charcoal
– Gateways are encouraged and will be judged
– Bring athletic footwear for sporting events; i.e. kickball, Frisbee, whiffle ball.
– Dutch Oven cooking competition begins at 3PM with judging beginning at 6PM
– Be prepared for 4-5 judges to sample your entry
– “Boy Scouts” is a co-ed program and there will be female scouts in camp. Be respectful.
– Webelos will be in camp starting Saturday morning. Appropriate Scout behavior is expected! Lead by example!
– A Webelos program will take place on Saturday, including knots and lashings, first aid/stretcher race, team walkers, fire building (bring your tooth picks, pencil sticks and drum sticks), Frisbee golf, kick ball and more. Cooking a group meal is encouraged!
If you have any questions, please e-mail Norm Sirois at normansirois@rocketmail.com

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