BALOO Training April 28-29, 2018


Apr 28, 2018 to Apr 29, 2018



Camp Daniel Boone
3647 Little East Fork Rd
Canton, NC 28716
Location Phone: (828) 254-6189




BALOO TRAINING – Paper Registration Form

BALOO (Basic Adult Leader Outdoor Orientation) has been revised and we’re excited!!!! These changes will do a better job in preparing adults to lead the outdoor program for their Packs. Please note the changes to this training (now includes an overnight). This training is an outdoor skills training program for a Cub Scout Leader/parent. Every Pack must have at least one adult who has completed this course and in attendance in order to do independent Pack camping (not at a Council or District event).

Date: April 28-29 Yes, it does now include an overnight.

Time: Check In on Saturday 7:45-8:30 (Classes begin promptly at 9:00.) Keep in mind that you will need time to move your gear and put up your tent. You may arrive on Friday night 7:00-7:30 to set up. Breakfast will be provided on Saturday morning for an additional $5. Training should be completed by 12pm on Sunday.

Location: Camp Daniel Boone

Webelos Leaders will also be trained in OWL (Outdoor Webelos Leaders Skills) as in the past.

Please use the sign up form below to reserve your spot. You may also register on-line by following the link on Early registration must be receive in the Council Service Center by 5pm on Friday, April 13. Late registrations – April 14-20 (5pm). FOR LATE REGISTRATION ADD $10 TO FEE. No refunds after April 20 and fee are not transferable. No exceptions.

We look forward to having you join us for this fun (and educational) weekend. You’ll be meeting other leaders from the across the Daniel Boone Council and sharing ideas with them for Pack success.

Questions: Contact Wendy Henderson or (828) 685-3273.

Necessary equipment for BALOO (and OWL)

Please keep in mind that weather is changeable and it can be cool/cold at night. We will be outside.

** Tent & ground cloth (please notify us if you don’t have a tent)
Sleeping bag
Durable shoes/boots
Personal items
Change of clothes
Sweatshirt or jacket
Towel & Washcloth
Matches (or lighter)
Personal first aid kit
Rope for tying knots
Eating utensils, cup, plate
Medical Form – Part A & B
Paper & Pencil
Handbook (group/rank you work with)
** Each person from the unit should have a tent as you may not be in the same group/campsite and able to share a tent.

Position Name Telephone
District Commissioner Wendy Henderson Email