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All Camporee Planning Meetings Have Been Canceled Until Further Notice

Posted by bwhipple on Jul 31 2021 - 9:00pm

 

2021 Bee Cave District Camporee/Webelos Woods - Update #2

 

Hello Bee Cave District Members!

 

This is a notice that all Camporee planning meetings have been canceled until further notice. This includes our Smilin' V walk-around scheduled for 8/1/2021 from 8 AM - 11 AM, and all subsequent meetings after this specifically regarding our 2021 Camporee planning.



***PLEASE DO NOT GO TO SMILIN' V SCOUT RANCH SUNDAY MORNING***


 

Once we have information to publish about this sudden change, we'll release that to you.

Please spread the word!

 

If you have any questions, please contact us.

 

The 2021 Bee Cave District Camporee/Webelos Woods is on!

Posted by bwhipple on Jul 29 2021 - 1:03pm

 

2021 Bee Cave District Camporee/Webelos Woods - Update #1

 

Hello Bee Cave District Members!

We're reaching out to remind you that the 2021 Bee Cave District Camporee and Webelos Woods is on! As in previous years, you're welcome to navigate over to the Bee Cave District Camporee page for more information. Key 3 members and Camporee staff, please check and continue to check your email regularly for more communication. The usual Camporee Planning Packet will be published soon in mid-August.

We need Camporee staff! 

If you're interested in helping staff Camporee, please take a look at the Camporee page (also found in the menu bar to the left) frequently for more information as well as your email. You will have the opportunity to do a number of things such as helping lead activities, make sure parking is going according to plan when arriving and leaving the campground, work on some behind the scenes planning, and a number of other things. We need YOU to help us make Camporee a success!

Have Questions?

If you're looking for Webelos Woods information, please take a look at the Webelos Woods page, or contact the Webelos Woods Chair, Chris Moose, here.

If you have any questions about Camporee, please feel free to contact the Bee Cave Chapter here.

 

Yours in Scouting,

Bee Cave Chapter & Camporee Staff

Special Virtual COVID Safety Officer (CSO) Training

Posted by cgibson on May 15 2021 - 1:09pm
The Capitol Area Council's Training Committee cordially invites our District Scouters to this Wednesday's special Training Committee Meeting. The first 30 minutes of the meeting will be dedicated to COVID Safety Officer (CSO) Training.
 
This training is open to anyone in the Council, and at the end of the training a link will be provided to allow you to add credit for this course this to your official training record.
 
Having trained CSO's at unit, district and council-level events is a vital component of our COVID camp re-opening process. Did you know that:
  • Unit activities on Council properties with more than 75 overall attendees requires one trained CSO for every 25 attendees
  • District and Council activities need a COVID Safety Plan, supplemental applications, and at least one trained CSO to take place
Please visit our district web site for more information. And please save the date to attend this Zoom meeting:
 
What: COVID Safety Office Training (as part of Training Committee meeting)
When: Wednesday, May 19 at 6:30 PM
Where: Zoom (click here, or copy the link below)
Meeting ID: 598 665 9452
Password: 77URv9brJ_
Phone: US +1 (346) 248-7799,,5986659452#
 
https://ea.zoom.us/j/5986659452?pwd=MURHcUFNVk1FdzJrM3NlQ3Nxb2FNQT09

Webelos Woods 2020 Has Gone Virtual

Posted by cgibson on Nov 5 2020 - 9:03pm

Our traditional Webelos Woods day was virtualized due to COVID-19. Please visit our all new Webelos Woods special website to find out how YOU can "Be A Scout" and get into Scouts BSA!

https://www.beecavescouting.org

Youth Protection Training

Posted by cgibson on Nov 5 2020 - 8:59pm

Two years ago, all existing adult leaders needed to complete the "new" Youth Protection Training, so many of us will need to renew our YPT this year in order to recharter! Please don't wait until the last minute, as the online systems might get crushed.

  • Youth Protection training is required for all BSA registered volunteers and is a joining requirement.
  • Youth Protection training must be taken every two years. If a volunteer’s Youth Protection training record is not current at the time of recharter, the volunteer will not be re-registered.
  • Download the How-To Guide for taking Youth Protection Training

COVID-19 and District Activities

Posted by cgibson on Mar 13 2020 - 2:47pm

The message below may be accessed via this URL at any time: https://conta.cc/2IH2P61

To all of our Bee Cave District Scouters: our district committee, together with the Capitol Area Council staff and volunteers are focused on the safety of the youth and volunteers we serve. As we monitor the Texas Department of Health Services and the CDC for the current status and best practices for monitoring and mitigating the Coronavirus impact, we wanted to share the most recent information from the Council as well as our local district impacts.

https://dshs.texas.gov/news/updates.shtm#coronavirus
https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-nCoV/index.html

The Capitol Area Council has already postponed the March 21 STEMboree event as well as the March 28 Volunteer Award Reception. Our Bee Cave District Camporee, originally scheduled for April 3-5, has also been postponed.

The Rare Merit Badge University, scheduled for April 25, is still planned at this time as we continue to monitor events.

Based on evolving guidance about group meetings, the Council strongly recommends that until March 31, 2020 all District-level meetings be conducted through video- or tele-conference. Units should decide among their leadership, families, and chartered organization about whether to postpone meetings, campouts, and other activities.

Current updates from the Capitol Area Council on the Coronavirus impact on council operations can be found here:
https://www.bsacac.org/activities/coronavirus/

We will send an additional update later this month. Thanks for your support of Scouting.

Stephanie Cook
Bee Cave District Chair

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