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Coastal Waters District Klondike Derby

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Coastal Waters District Klondike Derby


  • Camp Thunderbird 11740 Summit Lake Road Northwest Olympia, WA, 98502 United States (map)

Coastal Waters District Klondike Derby

Coastal Waters is moving “Klondike 2017” from Camp Delezenne to Camp Thunderbird on Friday, February 3rd through Sunday February 5th.

The cost is $20 for early bird and $25 after January 6th, 2017.

The traditional "Pre-Klondike" Events are scheduled for Saturday, November 26th and Saturday, January 7th.  Both of these events will happen at Camp Thunderbird and cost $25 per Scout Unit.  If you attend both "Pre-Klondike’s", the second one is free!  Bring your Patrol Leaders to this training training for the Klondike Event,  lunch will be provided. Register at the Pre-Klondike. Will be from 8:30 am to 4:00 pm.

Klondike 2017 will include the same stations and more to challenge your unit’s Patrol leadership and teamwork.

Event will also include: Climbing Wall, Sled Race, Scouts' Own, and Campfire with an Order of the Arrow Call-Out Ceremony, an Awards Ceremony on Sunday afternoon, and a Sit 'N Bull Dinner on Saturday night for all registered adults.

Download the detailed Klondike Event Tri-fold here.

Download the Event Flyer here.

Please contact Klondike Mike Stamon at mgstamon@comast.net or 360-580-4831 for questions. 

Registration is available at: phc.kintera.org/2017cwklondike

NOTE: This is Superbowl Weekend. The Game doesn’t start until 6:30pm Sunday. Will try to have you out of there by 3:00pm.

ATTACHMENTS: We will post documents here as we get closer to the Event.

1-   UNIT ROSTER: This must be completed before registering AT Klondike. Need names & contact info for all Adults attending and a list of Patrol’s. This is critical to managing the Patrol’s at the Event. CONTACT PERSON on form is someone who is NOT attending the Event who has contact information for the parents of Scouts attending in case of an emergency.

Download it here.

2-   Patrol Leader Handbook – Guide to help Patrol Leaders get through Klondike.

3-   Scoutmaster Handbook – Guide to help Scoutmasters to get through Klondike.

Earlier Event: January 28
District Committee Training Workshop
Later Event: February 11
Wilderness First Aid Course