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					CUB SCOUT CAMPING
    PROGRAMS


        TALL PINE COUNCIL
        FLINT MICHIGAN
Why take the boys camping?

   Age-appropriate camping programs are packed with theme-
    oriented action that brings Tiger Cubs, Cub Scouts, and
    Webelos Scouts into the great out-of-doors. Day camping
    comes to the boy in neighborhoods across the country;
    resident camping is at least a three-day experience in which
    Cub Scouts and Webelos Scouts camp within a developed
    theme of adventure and excitement. Cub Scout pack
    families enjoy camping in local council camps and other
    council-approved campsites. Camping programs combine
    fun and excitement with doing one's best, getting along with
    others, and developing an appreciation for ecology and the
    world of the outdoors.
              CAMP HOLAKA
   With 340 acres of rolling woodlands and trails in
    Lapeer County, Camp Holaka offers many
    camping choices. It also has many cabins and a
    couple lodges for indoor camping and many
    campsites for tent camping. During the summer,
    Camp Holaka is used primarily for Cub Scout
    camping with different day camps and weekend
    events. For more information on events you can
    contact the scout office or log on to
                   www.tpcbsa.org
Spring Camp-O-Ree
 May 9-11, 2007
 Camp Holaka
Fall Camp-O-Ree
 October 10-12, 2007
 Camp Holaka
H2                Summer Camp
 June 24-27, 2007 or
 June 28-July 1, 2007
Cub Scout Family Camp

 Dad & Lad         Mom & Me
 July 27th-29th    August 3rd-5th
Cub Scout Day Camps

 District Wide Event-Ask your leader for a
  location nearest you.

				
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