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The Camping merit badge was one of the issued by the Boy Scouts of America in 1911. Camping merit badge is required for the. Camping merit badge requirements • Do the following: a. Explain to your counselor the most likely hazards you may encounter while participating in camping activities and what you should do to anticipate, help prevent, mitigate, and respond to these hazards b. Discuss with your counselor why it is important to be aware of weather conditions before and during your camping activities. Tell how you can prepare should the weather turn bad during your campouts.
Show that you know first aid for and how to prevent injuries or illnesses that could occur while camping, including hypothermia, frostbite, heat reactions, dehydration, altitude sickness, insect stings, tick bites, snakebite, blisters, and hyperventilation. • Learn the principles and the and explain what they mean. Write a personal plan for implementing these principles on your next outing. • Make a written plan for an overnight trek and show how to get to your camping spot using a topographical map and compass OR a topographical map and a GPS receiver. If no GPS receiver unit is available, explain how to use one to get to your camping spot.
• Do the following: a. Make a duty roster showing how your is organized for an actual overnight campout. List assignments for each member. Help a Scout patrol or a Scout unit in your area prepare for an actual campout, including creating the duty roster, menu planning, equipment needs, general planning, and setting up camp.
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• Do the following: a. Prepare a list of clothing you would need for overnight campouts in both warm and cold weather. Explain the term 'layering.'
Discuss footwear for different kinds of weather and how the right footwear is important for protecting your feet. Explain the proper care and storage of camping equipment (clothing, footwear, bedding). List the outdoor essentials necessary for any campout, and explain why each item is needed. Present yourself to your Scoutmaster with your pack for inspection. Be correctly clothed and equipped for an overnight campout.
• Do the following: a. Describe the features of four types of tents, when and where they could be used, and how to care for tents. Working with another Scout, pitch a tent. Discuss the importance of camp sanitation and tell why water treatment is essential. Then demonstrate two ways to treat water. Describe the factors to be considered in deciding where to pitch your tent. Tell the difference between internal- and external-frame packs.
Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of each. Discuss the types of sleeping bags and what kind would be suitable for different conditions. Explain the proper care of your sleeping bag and how to keep it dry. Make a comfortable ground bed. • Prepare for an overnight campout with your patrol by doing the following: a.
Make a checklist of personal and patrol gear that will be needed. Pack your own gear and your share of the patrol equipment and food for proper carrying. Show that your pack is right for quickly getting what is needed first, and that it has been assembled properly for comfort, weight, balance, size, and neatness. • Do the following: a.
Explain the safety procedures for: 1. Using a propane or butane/propane stove 2.
Using a liquid fuel stove 3. Proper storage of extra fuel b. Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of different types of lightweight cooking stoves. Prepare a camp menu. Explain how the menu would differ from a menu for a backpacking or float trip. Give recipes and make a food list for your patrol.
Plan two breakfasts, three lunches, and two suppers. Discuss how to protect your food against bad weather, animals, and contamination. Cook at least one breakfast, one lunch, and one dinner for your patrol from the meals you have planned for requirement 8c.
At least one of those meals must be a trail meal requiring the use of a lightweight stove. • Show experience in camping by doing the following: a. Camp a total of at least 20 nights at designated Scouting activities or events.* One long-term camping experience of up to six consecutive nights may be applied toward this requirement. Sleep each night under the sky or in a tent you have pitched. If the camp provides a tent that has already been pitched, you need not pitch your own tent.
*All campouts since becoming a Boy Scout or Varsity Scout may count toward this requirement. On any of these camping experiences, you must do TWO of the following, only with proper preparation and under qualified supervision: 1.
Hike up a mountain where, at some point, you are at least 1,000 feet higher in elevation from where you started. ** **The wording in the merit badge pamphlet (as shown above) is different than the wording in Boy Scout Requirements 2017, which reads: 'Hike up a mountain, gaining at least 1,000 vertical feet.' Backpack, snowshoe, or cross-country ski for at least 4 miles. Take a bike trip of at least 15 miles or at least four hours. Take a nonmotorized trip on the water of at least four hours or 5 miles. Plan and carry out an overnight snow camping experience.
Rappel down a rappel route of 30 feet or more. Perform a conservation project approved by the landowner or land managing agency. This can be done alone or with others.*** ***The wording in the merit badge pamphlet (as shown above) is different than the wording in Boy Scout Requirements 2017, which omits the last sentence.
The 2016 edition of Boy Scout Requirements included a footnote reading: 'The Scout may choose to do requirement 9c alone or with others.' • Discuss how the things you did to earn this badge have taught you about personal health and safety, survival, public health, conservation, and good citizenship. In your discussion, tell how and the and apply to camping and outdoor ethics.
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• 'You should read the on the subject.' Pamphlets (books) are at local and online. • 'Get a signed from your.' An online, printable is available. • Camping merit badge is on the required list (requirement 3.k.). • The includes all of the camping skills through.
• The BSA offers meeting and activity plans to include Camping as one of your monthly themes. • Camping is a popular merit badge. Requirement resources Links and Video Links are available for 1. First Aid Videos and Links: - - - - - - - - - • Your handbook is your primary reference. See for step-by-step instructions and lesson video links. • See also: - - - - 2. Clothing for and - 5b.
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• Cub Scouts is a program designed to meet the needs of young boys, by offering fun and challenging activities to promote character development, citizenship, and physical fitness. • Boy Scouts is a program for boys 11 through 17, designed to develop character, citizenship, and fitness. • Venturing is a youth development program for young men and women 14 years of age (and in the 9th grade) through 20 years old. • Sea Scouts is a youth development program for young men and women 14 years of age through 20 years old with a special interest in aquatic activities. • Exploring is Learning for Life’s career education program for young men and women who are 14 to 20 years old.
• Learning for Life offers seven programs designed to support schools and community-based organizations in their efforts to prepare youth to successfully handle the complexities of contemporary society and to enhance their self-confidence, motivation, and self-esteem. • The Sam Houston Area Council offers a variety of activities in which packs, troops, teams, crews and ships are invited to participate. • Scouts are rewarded for each achievement, which helps him or her gain self-confidence. • The Order of the Arrow is the national honor society of the Boy Scouts of America. • Selling gourmet popcorn is a wonderful opportunity for units to earn funds to support their entire year of Scouting. • Scout Days are opportunities for Scouts and their families to receive discounts on events with our community partners.
Many of our partners also offer merit badge classes and advancement workshops for Scouts. • Scout Fair is an exposition of Scouting activities presented by units from across the council.
Scouts and families can visit hundreds of booths and displays. • Scouting for Food is a council-wide service project in conjunction with the Houston Food Bank and 'Souper Bowl of Caring.” • Every Scout deserves a trained leader. Training is an important part of learning to become an effective leader. • The Sam Houston Area Council is divided into 26 geographic districts. • Aldine Pathfinder District is in the North Division and serves Scouts living in the Aldine and Spring Branch school districts. • Aquila District is in the South Division and serves the southwest area of the Houston ISD attendance zones of Harris County, including Sharpstown, Bellaire, Meyerland, and Braes Oak.
• Arrowmoon District is in the Frontier Division and serves Anderson-Shiro, Bryan, Caldwell, College Station, Madisonville County Navasota and Richards school districts. • Big Cypress is in the West Division and serves the northwest area of the Cy-Fair ISD attendance zones of Harris County, including Cypress, Bridgeland and Fairfield. • Brahman is in the Frontier Division and serves Matagorda, Wharton and Colorado counties. • Brazos District is in the South Division and serves Lamar CISD and Needville ISD in Fort Bend County. • Copperhead District is in the West Division and serves the southwest side of the Cypress-Fairbanks ISD south of West Rd and west of Eldridge Pkwy.
• David Crockett District is located in the Frontier Division and serves Bellville, Brazos. Brenham, Burton, Hempstead, Sealy, Somerville and Waller school districts. • Flaming Arrow is in the East Division and serves Scouts living in the Splendora, New Caney, Huffman and Humble school districts. • George Strake is the Frontier Division and serves Scouts living in the Conroe (north of the San Jacinto River), Huntsville, Montgomery, New Waverly, Trinity and Willis school districts. • Iron Horse is in the North Division and serves Scouts living in the Spring and Klein school districts (east of Kuykendahl). • Mustang District is in the West Division and serves Scouts living in the Spring Branch and Houston (north of Westheimer and outside of Beltway 8) school districts. • North Star Division is in the South Division and serves Scouts living in the Fort Bend school district (north of US-59 in Fort Bend County).
• Orion District is in the North Division and serves Scouts living in the Tomball and Magnolia school districts. • Phoenix District is located in the North Division and serves Scouts living in the Klein school district (west of Kuykendahl). • Raven District is in the East Division and serves Scouts living in East Houston, Barbers Hill, Galena Park, Goose Creek CISD, Channelview, Crosby, Sheldon and Mont Belvieu school districts. • San Jacinto District is located in the East Division and serves Clear Creek ISD, Deer Park ISD and La Porte ISD and the Pasadena area.
• The Scoutreach service area is a non-traditional school based program. Scouting paraprofessionals support units in select schools in the Aldine ISD, Alief ISD, Fort Bend ISD, Houston ISD, Lamar ISD, North Forest ISD, and Spring Branch ISD. • Skyline is in the East Division and serves Scouts living in Houston schools in Garden Oaks, Oak Forest, Acres Homes, the Heights, Independence Heights, North side of Downtown Houston, Magnolia, Denver Harbor, Wallisville Road and Port of Houston area. • Soaring Eagle is in the West Division and serves Scouts living in the eastern area of the Cy-Fair school district.
• Tall Timbers is located in the North Division and serves Scouts living in the Conroe school district (south of the San Jacinto River). • Tatanka is the South Division and serves Scouts living in Alief school district, inner city Houston, northern parts of the city, Sunnyside area, Houston Housing Authority, selected city parks and selected schools in Houston ISD.
• Texas Skies is in the West Division and serves Scouts living in the Katy and Royal school districts. • Thunder Wolf is in the South Division and serves Scouts living in the Fort Bend school district (south of US-59 in Fort Bend county). • Twin Bayou is in the South Division and serves Scouts living in southwest area of Houston school district, including West University, Tanglewilde, River Oaks, Upper Kirby, Neartown, Galleria, Tanglewood and Westchase. Davis is located in the East Division and serves Scouts living in the south region of the Houston, inner city Houston, Third Ward, Sunnyside, and Hiram Clarke area. • Help ensure the success of Scouting in the Sam Houston Area Council with meaningful gifts.
• Friends of Scouting is an opportunity for families, friends, alumni, business and community organizations to support Scouting. • The Distinguished Citizen Award is an opportunity to honor an individual for making a difference in the greater Houston area. Proceeds support the programs of the council. • The Corporate Dodgeball Challenge is a fundraiser to support council programs. As many as 60 ten-man player teams compete for the championship cup. • • Individuals and organizations who have made an outstanding contribution toward implementing Scouting opportunities for at-risk youth in urban and rural areas are recognized at Celebrating Cultures. • Endowment gifts ensure that the council can continue to offer the outstanding programs we now have and also grow to meet the needs of our youth and community for the next 100 years.
• • The Topgolf Challenge is a fundraiser to support the council. The tournament will be played in a scramble format with prizes to the top three threesomes, longest drive, closest to the pin, and hole in one.
• The Leaders of Tomorrow Campaign is an initiative to unleash the potential of our programs and camp properties to best serve the needs of Scouting families in the 21st century. • Memorials and tributes are a gratifying way for individuals, businesses, or groups to remember special friends. • Help ensure the success of Scouting by donating cars, trucks, RVs, trailers, boats, motors, stocks, bonds, mutual funds, securities, uniforms, camping equipment, services, company matching gifts, and company volunteer grants. • Eagle Scouts are recognized at the New Eagle Scout Reception. The evening is underwritten with sponsorships. • Donors can use giving to achieve personal goals, enhance your financial security, and to help shape the future of Scouting.
• • The Sporting Clays Tournament is an annual event to support the council's programs for at-risk youth. Up to one hundred four-person teams can compete in the shot gun shooting game. • A variety of resources are available to assist parents and leaders in their Scouting efforts. • Commissioners are district and council leaders who help Scout units succeed. The commissioner is the liaison between the local council and Scouting units. • District leaders ensure the growth and success of units within the district’s territory. Districts are responsible for carrying out four standard functions: membership, finance, program, and unit service.
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• A variety of forms and resources are available. • InSTEP is a program designed to assist Cub Scout den leaders who have boys of different grades/ages/ranks in the same den. • • Journey to Excellence is the BSA's council performance recognition program designed to encourage and reward success, and measure the performance of our units, districts, and councils. • A variety of Leader Guide's are available to assist parents and leaders in their Scouting efforts.
• Membership recruitment efforts take place throughout the year. Our main objective is to ensure that every youth is invited to join Scouting, and to fulfill our promise to new Scouts for a great Scouting program. • Every December, all units (packs, troops, teams, crews, posts) are required to renew their affiliation with Scouting. • The Program Guide contains valuable information about council and district programs, descriptions and calendars and is an essential tool for unit leaders.
• Roundtable is a monthly program offered by districts that gives leaders hands-on experience and provides a forum for leaders to offer and receive help from their fellow Scouters. • There are five Scout Shops in the area to get all of your Scouting supplies. • The council is committed to making Scouting accessible and enjoyable to all Scouts, regardless of their abilities. • • The tour and activity plan is a planning tool to help leaders be prepared for a safe and fun adventure. It helps ensure trained leadership is in place, equipment is available, and there is safe and appropriate transportation. • The uniform bank offers assistance to Scouts who would not otherwise be able to purchase a uniform. • Business-like finance management not only assures that your unit will remain solvent and have what it needs when it needs it, •.
Scouts and the entire family will enjoy visiting hundreds of booths with fun activities and crafts, learning Scout skills, meeting new friends and tasting the delicious outdoor cooking. Scout Fair is open to the public and is free; NRG parking is typically $12. There are hundreds of activities at Scout Fair that the entire family will enjoy. Packs, troops, teams, crews, ships and posts from around the council set up interactive booths to show our community what Scouting is all about, and to share Scouting skills with fellow Scouts and Scout leaders. Booths have typically included crafts, games, rope making, orienteering, obstacle courses, first aid activities, art, hobbies, gardening, leather working, music, nature activities, outdoor cooking, rope bridges, putt-putt golf, catapults and much more.
Scouts and parents work together to set-up and run the booth. For more information regarding booth registration, ideas and rules and regulations, please refer to the. Bring comfortable walking shoes and your camera. Share your Scouting memories with us on social media and remember to tag the. Plan your day to capture the many activities at Scout Fair: • Indoor booths - Visit hundreds of fun, hands-on activities and crafts • Outdoor booths - Sample dutch oven creations and other camp food delicacies • Main stage - Enjoy live entertainment • Midway - Meet Scouting’s community partners and learn fun Scout skills • Scouting resource booths - Receive information about the council’s exciting programs • Scout Shop - Shop for all of your Scouting needs • Village - See the awesome Venturing program in action • Fleet - Sea Scouts demonstrate their unique boating opportunities. Merit Badge Midway is the exciting educational component of Scout Fair designed to introduce Scouts to a variety of industries.
Businesses and organizations from around the state will be sharing hands-on activities representing various merit badges that inspire Scouts to earn new merit badges, find new hobbies and maybe even future careers. The Conservation Corner has exhibitors from a variety of local, state, and federal agencies that display information and hands-on activities related to environmental issues, animal science, and conservation. Scouts not only learn about conservation, but also have the chance to interact with exhibits featuring live reptiles, insects and other critters. Conservation Corner helps Scouts learn how to live in the outdoors and also how to preserve it for future generations. Scout Fair coupon books are a brilliant way for units to raise money and prepare Scouts to earn their own way! The Scout Fair coupon book offers great savings for the buyer, while Scouts earn commissions for every $10 coupon book purchased.
Buyers support the Scouting program while receiving hundreds of dollars in valuable savings from partners such as Kroger, Buffalo Wild Wings, Luby's, Fuddruckers, the Houston Astros and many more. All units receive a 30% base commission for each $10 Scout Fair coupon book sold, for funds turned in on or before April 14, 2018. Participate at Scout Fair, as either a service unit or booth participant, and earn an additional 10% commission. Service units must have a minimum of 50% of their registered youth participating to receive the additional commission. Units can also take advantage of early bird turn-in dates offering 5%, 3% and 1% additional bonus commissions. In addition, your Scouts will qualify for prizes once they sell 15 coupon books. Please refer to the Scout Fair prize brochure for prizes and sales levels.
Coupon Book Store Front Selling Coupon book booths are direct sales opportunities which generally are located at retail stores, businesses, organization sponsored events, farmers markets, sporting events, or parking lots where Boy Scout units have permission to set up a table/booth to sell Scout Fair to the public. Booth sales are a joint responsibility; parents and Scouts should be included in planning, decision-making, and participation. Scout Fair coupon book booths help Scouts: • Discover - by setting goals and seeking locations that would be beneficial to meet their goal; • Connect - by establishing communications to business managers and obtaining permission to hold a booth sale; and • Take action - by building confidence in themselves and their abilities, as they meet people, communicate effectively, and inspire others, discuss goals, deliver the Scout Fair message and make a difference in the world. Scout Fair coupon book booths also help Scouts expand their sale goals and encourage them to go beyond friends and family for making sales. Before contacting a business, read the coupon book booth selling guidelines at businesses.
Kroger allows units to sell Scout Fair coupon books in front of their stores. Units must register to reserve a time and location. Read the Kroger coupon book booth selling guidelines before registering. The registration link will be posted on. • Kroger booths will be scheduled in four-hour blocks. • Each unit will be permitted up to four Kroger booths during the initial registration period. Units who do not follow this policy will have their registration deleted.
• Units can now register for multiple Kroger booths. Units can sell coupon books at other locations given they have permission from store management and follow the store rules and regulations and the coupon book booth selling guidelines.
2017 Prizes Scouts that attend Scout Fair, participate at Scout Fair or sell Scout Fair Coupon Books will receive a participation Scout Fair participation patch. Unit leaders will receive the participation patch from their district professional at Scout Fair. The unit leaders will distribute the patches to participants. Scouts who sell 15 Coupon Books will receive a super salesman patch, and can choose from many. Scouts earn one Book Batted In for every Coupon Book sold. Books Batted In come in denominations of ten, five and one. If a Scout accumulates less than the 15, the points can be redeemed at the Winner’s Station at Scout Fair only. Prizes in the Scout Fair begin at the 15 prize point level; points expire August 31, 2018. Points do not have cash value. Combining of sales between Scouts for prizes is not allowed. Scouts who sell 15 Coupon Books will receive the super salesman patch and will be entered into the weekly drawing for a bonus voucher from the Houston Astros. The bonus voucher includes special prizes and a special meet and greet at the Scout Fair Top Sellers Party.
A total of 10 weekly drawings will be held every Friday at 4:00 pm beginning February 3 – April 14, 2018. Scouts can enter multiple times to increase their chances of winning..
Winners will be posted on our page. Drawing prizes will be distributed at Scout Fair.
Every pack, troop, team, crew, ship and post is encouraged to at Scout Fair. This is your opportunity to show our community what Scouting is all about, and to share your Scouting skills with fellow Scouts and Scout Leaders. The planning and teamwork involved in booth participation provides great fun and learning opportunities. Participate at Scout Fair, as either a, and earn an additional 10% commission when registered by April TBD, 2018.
Turn in your funds by early bird bonus dates and earn additional commissions. The prizes for various sales levels. Scouts who sell at least 218 Scout Fair coupon book bonus level will receive an additional bonus TBD. Selling not only sustains the Scout Fair event and other council programs, it also provides a great fundraising opportunity for your unit and prepares Scouts to earn their own way. Each coupon book sells for only $10 but offers $100's in savings. When Scouts sell 15 or more coupon books, they'll earn the Super Salesman patch, qualify for entry in weekly drawings and from the Scout Fair coupon book prize brochure.
All units receive a 30% base commission for each $10 Scout Fair coupon book sold, with funds turned in on or before April 14, 2018. A variety of resources are available for leaders: Every pack, troop, team, crew, ship, and post is encouraged to participate in Scout Fair. Units that participate at Scout Fair, with a booth or as a service unit, earn an additional 10% commission on Scout Fair coupon book sales. Units must register for a booth by March 31, 2018.
Scout Fair Unit Booth Registration (opens in January) Scout Fair Booths Every unit is encouraged to sponsor a booth at the fair. This is your opportunity to show our community what Scouting is all about and to share your Scouting skills with fellow Scouts and Scout leaders. In the past, booths have included craft stations (Cub Scouts), rope making (Boy Scouts), orienteering (Venturing), and law enforcement (Exploring). Keep it simple and fun. By involving all the Scouts and parents in your unit, booth preparation and set-up, manning and take down can be shared to keep it simple and make it fun.
Each unit hosting a booth will receive a ribbon. Booth Registration The unit leader needs to register the booth by March 31, 2018.
To receive the additional 10% commission for booth/service participation, units must by March 25, 2018. Registration between March 25 - 31, 2018, receive 5% commission bonus. Register early to ensure your placement with other units from your district. Booth Registration opens in December Booth Set Up: Booths are set up on Friday, April 13, 2018, from 6:00 - 8:30 pm or on Saturday, April 14, 2018, from 8:00 - 10:00 am. Booth assignments will be posted on no later than Thursday before Scout Fair.
Booth Breakdown: Booths must be set-up by 10:00 am and remain until 3:00 pm, even if you run out of supplies. Violation of this policy may negatively impact future participation. When one unit begins to tear down early, other units follow. This is disrespectful to the participants who may not have had a chance to visit all the booths. No exceptions will be made. Place trash in receptacles before leaving. For more information regarding booth rules and regulations, please refer to the Scout Fair booth safety guidelines.
For questions, contact your or district executive. Units must register for a booth by March 31, 2018. Booth Safety Guidelines (will be updated soon) Indoor Booths: Indoor booths are free, and are available in two sizes (10'x10' or 10'x20'). Booths will have drapery hung from aluminum tubing.
The booths have 8' high drapery across the back and 3' high drapery on the sides. If an activity is too large for a booth, an indoor activity area can be requested (20'x20'). Indoor activity areas have twine tied to 3' high stanchions to define the area. For more information, read the safety guidelines. Chairs can be rented for $5 each and 6-foot tables for $15; these must be pre-ordered when registering for a booth. Units may bring tables and chairs. Tables and chairs will not be available for rent the day of the event. All materials must be carried; trailers are not be allowed inside.
Bring dollies or wagons to carry supplies. Electrical outlets are available for $110 per single outlet (indoor booths only).
These outlets are 115 - VAC, 10 amp circuits and will not handle coffee pots or hot plates. Electricity must be ordered when signing up for a booth.
Outdoor Booths: Outdoor booths are free, and are available in one size (12'x15') on the pavement. Bring sandbags to hold down canopies; stakes or spikes cannot be used on the pavement. All fires must be in elevated fireplaces. Cooking areas will be designated. Bring your own chairs and tables.
For more information, read the safety guidelines. Scout Fair Booth Judging Scout Fair Booths are judged on the following criteria: signage, evidence of youth involvement, adherence to health and safety guidelines and theme. Award ribbons will be given for each of the following: • Inside booths by district: Best Activity (awards given for Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts and Venturing) • Outdoor cooking booths: Top Chef (awards given for Best of Show in four zones) • Outdoor activity booths (non-food) Best Activity (first, second & third place) Medical Forms Adult leaders in charge of exhibits must bring an (Parts A & B for all Scouting events) for each person attending Scout Fair. Service Units Units can participate in Scout Fair as a service unit. Service units should be new units or very small units who do not have enough adult support to run a booth but still want to participate in Scout Fair.
There are limited spots available for service units. Scouts are needed in many ways to help at Scout Fair, whether helping to hand out flyers, unload boxes, or set up areas. Service units must check-in at the council service unit booth upon arrival for assignments and to ensure credit for participation. Service units must have a minimum of 50% of their registered youth participating to receive the additional commission. Service units will receive commissions from coupon book sales within 15 days of the fair if the account is closed and service verified.
Cub Scouts must have one adult per Scout. Webelos Scouts must have two adults per five Scouts. Troops, teams, crews, and ships must have a minimum of two adults per 10 Scouts.
Registration for Service Units opens in December . Scout Fair Dates January 25, 2018 January 25, 2018 Scout Fair coupon book sales begins March 5, 2018 Deadline to turn-in coupon book sales for 5% bonus commission. For turn-in locations. March 29, 2018 Deadline to turn-in coupon book sales for 3% bonus commission March 31, 2018 Deadline to sign-up for a booth or as a service unit to receive 10% participation commission April 5, 2018 Deadline to turn-in coupon book sales for 1% bonus commission TBD Deadline to turn-in coupon book sales to receive commission check at Scout Fair April 13, 2018 Scout Fair set-up, 6:00 - 8:30 pm April 14, 2018 Scout Fair set-up, 8:00 - 10:00 am. All booths must be set up by 10:00 am. April 14, 2018 Scout Fair; deadline to receive full commissions on all sales. District Contacts and Kick-off / Coupon Book Turn-in Locations Note: Check the district website for additional turn-in dates and locations.