Hear Ye, Hear Ye Cub Scouts of the Appalachian Trail District!
Your presence is requested at the most jovial of all Twilight Camps in the Council. We are in need of knights/madiens who are in the grades of 1st thru 5th as of Fall 2014.
You will need to park your steed Monday, June 9 through Friday, June 13, 2014 in the stables of Hickory Flat Fellowship Church. It is located in the beautiful fields of green at 5301 Hickory Flat Hwy, Canton Ga.
A small pittance of $85 per knight/maiden (as siblings are allowed) will be required. If your trusted caregivers would grace us with their presence and elbow grease for the entire week they shall receive a reward of $10 at the end of camp (one reward per family).
HOW: ONLINE REGISTRATION : https://atlantabsa.doubleknot.com/openrosters/Calendar.asp
LIKE US ON FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/CHEROKEEPICKENSTWILIGHTCAMP?fref=ts
YOU CAN SEND QUESTIONS/CONCERNS TO : firstname.lastname@example.org
Has your unit scheduled their Annual Friends of Scouting Presentation? This annual campaign is vital to the support of the Atlanta Area Council providing program, camping facilities, and training support to grow and strengthen the Scouting program. 100% of the contributions stay in the Atlanta Area Council.
Send the date of your Blue and Gold Banquet or your next Court of Honor to our District Executive, Lindsey Roberson, 770-989-8820 x 2889 to schedule your presentation.
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