American Heritage - May 2021

 Registration Closed 

When: May 21 - 23, 2021

Depart: Friday Afternoon from Dr. Y’s parking lot - Meet at 5:00pm

Return: Sunday Midday

Camping Location: Kings Mountain State Park

Camping Type: Car Camping

Cost: $25

Activity includes:

  • Visiting Kings Mountain Military Park

    • The battle of Kings Mountain, fought October 7th, 1780, was an important American victory during the Revolutionary War. The battle was the first major patriot victory to occur after the British invasion of Charleston, SC in May 1780

    • We'll see this history, visit the monuments, hike the trails, and see the movie explaining it all

  • Working on Citizenship Merit Badges

  • Indulging in all the best American Foods

    • Think of all the traditional foods in American history

    • We'll prepare them and eat them as a troop together Saturday evening

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Food Plan:

Friday Dinner: BYO Meal and Eat in Cars on way to Camp

Saturday Breakfast: Hot/Cooked Meal as Patrol or BYO

Saturday Lunch: No Cook Meal as Patrol (Troop Provided)

Saturday Dinner: Troop Cookout (America's Best Food)

Sunday Breakfast: No Cook Meal as Patrol or BYO

We'll work on the following Merit Badges, so be sure to choose a Merit Badge that you will be interested in doing, when registering, otherwise you may be stuck in one that we choose for you:

  • Citizenship in the Community

  • Citizenship in the Nation

  • Citizenship in the World

  • American Heritage

  COVID-19 Notes  

  • BT58 will follow all State and Local COVID-19 guidelines.

  • Social distancing will be expected at all times.

  • A face covering/mask must be accessible by every participant and MUST be used when social distancing needs to be broken.  It is advisable to have two face coverings/masks available if one gets wet.

  • Scouts (except siblings) will not be permitted to share a tent.

 

  BT58 will follow all State and Local COVID-19 guidelines