Crew Bash 2009 Registration Guidelines
February 20-22, 2009
PLEASE do not sell this event to your adults and youth as“training.” We are
promoting this BASH as a great mix of fun activities, competition, and
friendship building (See the Unit Flyer). Fun, training (VLSC) and entertainment
will be spread out during the weekend to make it a memorable occasion for
everyone! It is $30 per participant (adult or scout) to attend the BASH.
For the latest information and all the forms you need on the BASH visit
www.bacbsa.org and go to the training page to find the link to the BASH
Who is ENCOURAGED to Attend the BASH?
All BSA Registered Adults and Leaders that do not have VLSC should attend and
complete the training components.
All Youth who hold unit leadership positions in their units and do not have VLSC
should attend and complete the training components!
Who else can Attend the BASH?
For all other Youth members (14 years and older) attendance is optional
but recommended. In order to participate in all activities you must be
registered with a CREW, SHIP, TEAM or POST, so make sure that you
are multiple unit registered if you are a Boy Scout.
For previously trained Leaders & Youth with VLSC attendance is optional
- other scheduled activities will be available for these attendees.
HOW do we (I) sign up?
NEW this YEAR! An individual youth (14 or older) whose unit is not attending as a
group may register directly through the council office by sending in their
registration form, copy of their medical form and their registration fee.
All of the following are on your unit registration form check list: registration forms,
BSA application forms for nonmembers, health forms, proof of YPT, VLSC, a copy
of your unit’s spreadsheet roster and a single payment to the council for the
amount tabulated by the spreadsheet.
Your coordinator must send these to the council office the packet must be
postmarked by Monday, January 26, 2009.
Late registrations will only be taken for individuals belonging to a unit that has
already registered. Please note these late registrants will not be guaranteed a
Uniforms / Dress Code:
Field Uniform for Opening & Closing Ceremony
Activity Uniform for Event Days & Evening
Proper camp attire
Closed toe shoes, NO sandals/flip flops (except for shower use)
Bring Unit Flags
Post them at Camp Sites
Opening & Closing Ceremony
Use Camp Karankawa’s (www.campkarankawa.com) current
Storm & Emergency Plans
General Camp K Rules & Regulations
Your unit should be carrying the General BSA Rules (Guide to Safe
Scouting) as per your local tour permit requirement
All Youth attendees must be registered with BSA
All Adult attendees must be registered with BSA
Fees and Forms should be turned in on all non-registered attendees
prior to event.
Adult Leader Applications
Youth Membership Applications
No attendees under the age of 14 (including siblings or Leaders’
children) are allowed, we are striving to keep this event special for our
Meals and Beverages:
All units will be individually responsible for all of their meals.
Saturday: Breakfast – Lunch – Dinner – dessert cook off
Sunday: Breakfast – Lunch
All units will be individually responsible for beverages.
Some concessions will be available throughout the event.
Refer to Schedule & Activity Guide
All units will be individually responsible for all:
Other Camping Gear
Arrangements can be made for use of Karankawa Gear – ie. Dutch
Contact Bash Facility Director or Camp K Ranger prior to event.)