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					                                                         Scouts Canada Halifax Region
                                                                   CAMP LONE CLOUD
                                                      IISLAND RENTAL APPLIICATIION
                                                        SLAND RENTAL APPL CAT ON
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                                                                                                     Scouts Canada - Halifax Region
Print and Mail Completed Forms to:
                                                                                               84 Thorne Avenue, Dartmouth, NS, B3B 1Y5
            This Island Rental Application Form must be completed in full to reserve Camp Lone Cloud for your event.
       Scouts Canada, Hold Harmless Agreement can be found on this web site - please download a copy and attach with your
                     application. It is your responsibility to read and respect the Camp Rules and Regulations.


   Name of Group:       __________________________________________________________________________________________

   Date Camp Lone Cloud Required:                 ____________________________________                              Number of Participants: ____________

   Purpose of Event: __________________________________________________________________________________________

   Mailing Address: ___________________________________________________________________________________________
                                    (Street / Apt. #)

                        _____________________________________________________________________________________________________
                                          (City)                                                (Prov.)      (Postal Code)

   Phone:               _________________________________                                 E-Mail: __________________________________________


   Name of Contact: ________________________________________________________________________________________

   Home Phone:          ________________________________                                  Cell Phone: _____________________________________

   Work Phone:          _____________________________                                     E-Mail:             _____________________________________

    A non-refundable deposit of 50% is required to guarantee all applications. A damage deposit of $100 must accompany all applications.
           (The damage deposit will be refunded within four weeks of the rental date following an acceptable property inspection.)
            The Rental Fee includes island facilities and transportation between the mainland dock and Camp Lone Cloud Island.

                                                            Scouting                             Non-Scouting                        Corporate                    Totals
                     Base fee                             $225.00                                  $250.00                              $900.00
    Day Rate                                     (includes 30 participants)               (includes 30 participants)
                     Add                                   $3.00                                    $4.00
                     Per Person Fee                 (for each person in                      (for each person in
                                                       addition to 30)                          addition to 30)
                     Base fee                             $450.00                                  $500.00
    Weekend                                      (includes 30 participants)               (includes 30 participants)
    Rate             Add                                   $5.00                                    $6.00
                     Per Person Fee                 (for each person in                      (for each person in
                                                       addition to 30)                          addition to 30)
                                                       TOTAL COST OF CAMP RENTAL

  Please Note:     The possession of Alcoholic Beverages or Mood Altering Substances in any form is strictly
  prohibited on Camp Lone Cloud Island. Non-compliance will result in forfeiture of your deposit and immediate
  removal of the group from the island. I have read, understand and agree to comply with statements on this
  application and the Camp Rules and Regulations.
   Applicant's Signature:            ______________________________________________                                  Date:        __________________

                                                                     FOR OFFICE USE ONLY
    Deposit:                                                            Receipt No:                                                    Date:
    Balance Due:                                                        Receipt No:                                                    Date:
    Damage Deposit Received                                             Receipt No:                                                    Date:
    Damage Deposit Returned                                                                                                            Date:

    Camp Lone Cloud User Manual Received                                                                                                Date:
    Application Taken By:
            SCOUT BUILDING, 84 Thorne Avenue, Dartmouth, NS, B3B 1Y5 PHONE (902) 423-9227, FAX (902) 423-7989, WEB SITE www.camplonecloud.ca, CAMP PHONE (902) 860-3130
                                BOY SCOUTS OF CANADA

                         ORGANIZATIONAL HOLD-HARMLESS
                             AND INDEMNITY AGREEMENT

___________________________shall indemnify, hold free and harmless, assume liability
            (Organization)

for, and defend the Boy Scouts of Canada, its chartered councils, groups, agents, servants,

employees, officers, and directors from any and all costs and expenses including, but not limited

to, attorneys’ fees, reasonable investigative and discovery costs, court costs, and all other sums

which the Boy Scouts of Canada, its chartered councils, groups, agents, servants, employees,

officers and directors may pay or become obligated to pay on account of any, all and every

demand for claim or assertion of liability, or any claim or action founded thereon, arising or alleged

to have arisen out of_______________________ use of real or personal property belonging

                                 (Organization)

to the Boy Scouts of Canada, its chartered councils, groups, agents, servants, employees,

officers, and directors, on___________ or by any action or omission by_____                                    _
                                (Date)                                                      (Organization)


its members, agents, servants, employees, officers or directors.

Property and period to be used:

______________________________________________________

______________________________________________________

                                                     (Organization)_____________________________________
                                                         By________________________________________________
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                                                     Date______________________________________________

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Scouts Canada Halifax Area 


 CAMP LONE CLOUD                     
RENTAL USER MAUAL 




Camp Lone Cloud Management Board 
12/31/2010 
 
CAMP LONE CLOUD
1 Scout Camp Road
Fall River, NS B2T 1J6 (902) 860-3130




                      Welcome to Camp Lone Cloud
       The Camp Lone Cloud Management Board, Halifax Area, Scouts Canada
       welcomes you to Camp Lone Cloud – our island paradise. We hope your stay at
       camp will be a pleasant one and that you will come back again and again.

       In order to help you have an enjoyable visit the Camp Lone Cloud Management
       Board is making this manual available to you as a guide to the camp rules,
       regulations and expectations. It is important to us that your time at camp is all
       you want it to be and more. With a clear understanding of what is available to
       you and what we expect in return, everyone will be content and relaxed.

       Your cooperation in respecting these Rules and Regulations is most important.
       With the ever increasing awareness of risk management, it is imperative that all
       the procedures in this manual be followed without exception. This is applicable
       not only to Scouting Groups but non-Scouting groups as well.

       The person in charge is also responsible for the conduct of ALL members of the
       Group using the camp, Scouters and non-Scouters alike and is responsible to
       ensure that all members of the group know and understand the rules and
       regulations governing Camp Lone Cloud. Our camp staff is on hand to ensure
       compliance with these rules and regulations. They in turn are accountable to the
       Camp Lone Cloud Management Board.

       We also welcome your comments and observations. To that end, we ask you to
       complete the report form that will be provided to you and return same with your
       comments to the Camp Ranger at the conclusion of your visit.

       Enjoy your stay. Be sure to come back soon !

                             Camp Lone Cloud Management Board


       December 2010




Scouts Canada, Halifax Area 84 Thorne Ave., Dartmouth, NS B3B 1Y5 (902) 423-9227
Camp Lone Cloud web site: www.camplonecloud.ca                            12/5/2010
CAMP LONE CLOUD
1 Scout Camp Road
Fall River, NS B2T 1J6 (902) 860-3130


                                    HISTORY of
                                 CAMP LONE CLOUD


         Camp Lone Cloud was purchased in the year 1926 when the Nova Scotia
Provincial Council needed land for regional Scout training. The council bought the land
from the Frank Miller family. Mr. Miller, now in his 90’s, still lives in the area of Miller
Lake.
         The Halifax Regional Council gave the island its name after a MicMac Indian
named Lone Cloud. (see book “Tracking Dr. Lone Cloud”). The island was originally
used for the grazing of cattle in the summer until the council bought the land.
         There was a water saw mill operated by the Frank Miller family not far from the
present concrete dam. This was one of seven that operated from Miller Lake to Lake
Thomas. There, other mills were used for grinding flour and other wood working
operations. The cabins on the shores of Miller Lake were built from lumber obtained
from the Miller family; some of these cabins included the 18th. Halifax; 1st Halifax, St.
Paul’s; 17th. Halifax, St. Matthew’s; 3rd. Halifax, and the Ranger’s Cabin. These cabins
were built in the years 1929-1930.
         In 1932 the Nova Scotia Power Corporation built a concrete dam between Miller
and Soldier Lakes. This dam raised the water level two to three feet and caused flooding
in the swamp areas in the north end of Miller Lake. This caused three to four years of
“floating islands” before they finally broke up. These “floating islands” would drift to
various parts of the lake, one of which drifted to the small brook by the 18th. Halifax
cabin and stayed there for about a year. Some of these islands were up to 50 feet long.
         In the years 1928-1930 several week long composite camps were held on the
island for some 125 boys who bivouacked using army bell tents and shelters. Most of the
cabins were built on the island during the early 1930’s. The Adirondack cabins were
built in 1940 and for four years after were used as a rest camp for men of the R.C.N.
Replacement of the Adirondacks with full scale cabins began in the mid 1990’s.
         In early 1970 the present cookhouse was built and in 1971 the new kitchen was
built by the camp committee. In 1966 the one hundred foot kitchen waste disposal bed
was dug and runs roughly south of the kitchen. In 1999, into 2000 a new wash house was
built containing 6 showers and sinks as well as a dish washing area; funding coming from
the Halifax Regional Municipality.
         The Lone Cloud Clipper, which was named by Akie Akerlund, due to its great
speed is the principle means of crossing to the island during the summer. It is a pontoon
vessel and was built by Stuart Industries in Fall River at a cost of $1,200, which included
the motor. It was launched April 30, 1966 at 9:15am.
         Adrian’s Leadership Lodge was officially opened in the spring of 2006 –
dedicated to Adrian Jay CLC Director 1995, 96, 97. This building will accommodate 4
staff and a total of 36 youth.




Scouts Canada, Halifax Area 84 Thorne Ave., Dartmouth, NS B3B 1Y5 (902) 423-9227
Camp Lone Cloud web site: www.camplonecloud.ca                            12/5/2010
CAMP LONE CLOUD
1 Scout Camp Road
Fall River, NS B2T 1J6 (902) 860-3130


                             CAMP LONE CLOUD
                           RULES AND REGULATIONS

The following “Rules and Regulations” for the use of Camp Lone Cloud are issued under
the authority of the Camp Lone Cloud Management Board of Halifax Area, Scouts
Canada and apply to all users of the camp. The person in charge is responsible to ensure
that the rules/regulations are respected by every person in the group.

1. RESPONSIBILITY            The person in charge is responsible for the conduct of ALL
                             members of the group using the camp, Scouters and non-
                             Scouters alike. The person in charge at camp, is
                             responsible to ensure the camp is properly cleaned (see
                             separate list of cleaning duties) and closed in all areas.

2. WATER SUPPLY              The water supply for the camp is taken from the lake and is
                             processed through a chlorinating system (kitchen) or an
                             ultra violet system (wash house). The water is tested on a
                             frequent basis.

3. FREEZERS &                The camp has a large deep freeze, walk in refrigerator,
   REFRIGERATORS             and a mid size stainless fridge. Please ensure ALL food is
                             removed from the freezer and refrigerator(s) and wiped
                             clean. Turn off all refrigerators, leave doors ajar and prop
                             cover of freezer open.

4. FOOD SUPPLIES             Any left over food MUST be removed from camp.

5. CABINS                    Ensure cabins are swept out and damp mopped, lights are
                             turned off and bunks returned to their original location.
                             Carving, writing, painting etc. on cabins walls is strictly
                             prohibited. Failure to comply will result in loss of damage
                             deposit in part or whole.

6. OUTHOUSES                 Camp has two outhouse buildings each accommodating 4
                             people. Outhouses are to be swept out, seats and covers
                             wiped down (sanitized), floors mopped and toilet paper re
                             stocked. Please ensure lights are turned off and doors
                             secured.

7. WASH HOUSE                ALL sinks and showers to be sanitized, mirrors cleaned.
                             Floors are to be swept and washed thoroughly. A great
                             deal of time and financial resources have been dedicated to
                             this facility and it is critical that it be maintained to the
                             highest degree.

Scouts Canada, Halifax Area 84 Thorne Ave., Dartmouth, NS B3B 1Y5 (902) 423-9227
Camp Lone Cloud web site: www.camplonecloud.ca                            12/5/2010
CAMP LONE CLOUD
1 Scout Camp Road
Fall River, NS B2T 1J6 (902) 860-3130


8. FIRST AID                All groups should bring a fully equipped First Aid Kit to
                            meet their needs. The nearest medical assistance can be
                            reached by calling the Cobequid Community Health Centre
                            at 869-6101. Or by calling 911 and giving the address of
                            30 Lone Cloud Island – Water Access.

9. TREES                    Do not cut down any standing trees, live or dead. There is
                            sufficient fire wood available for your use at the campfire
                            circle. Your assistance in replenishing the stock of split
                            wood is appreciated.

10. GARBAGE                 ALL garbage MUST be removed from the camp by groups
                            using the facilities. Should it be necessary for the Camp
                            Management Board to remove any garbage the cost of
                            removal will be passed on to the rental group. The optional
                            use of the dumpster on the mainland must be discussed
                            with the Camp Ranger in advance and cost of use
                            determined at that time.

11. ALCOHOL                 Alcoholic beverages and mood altering drugs ARE NOT
    and DRUGS               to be brought or consumed by anyone in the camp. If
                            anyone is caught in such a situation the person(s) may be
                            asked to leave the facility immediately. Duty of Care
                            7001.9

12. FIRE PRECAUTIONS The camp is governed by the fire prevention regulations of
                     the Fire Marshall’s office and is subject to inspection by the
                     Forest Rangers at any time. It is the duty of all camp users
                     to exercise extreme care in the use of materials which
                     might cause forest fires. In the event of a fire, REMOVE
                     ALL PERSONS TO SAFETY – ADVISE THE ON SITE
                     CAMP RANGER – REPORT THE FIRE TO THE
                     LOCAL AUTHORITIES – FIGHT THE FIRE. All
                     buildings on the camp are equipped with fire extinguishers
                     and the sleeping cabins are equipped with smoke detectors.
                     It is recommended that the rental group conduct a Fire Drill
                     within the first two hours of arrival on site. The Ranger on
                     duty may be prepared to assist in conducting this drill.




Scouts Canada, Halifax Area 84 Thorne Ave., Dartmouth, NS B3B 1Y5 (902) 423-9227
Camp Lone Cloud web site: www.camplonecloud.ca                            12/5/2010
CAMP LONE CLOUD
1 Scout Camp Road
Fall River, NS B2T 1J6 (902) 860-3130



13. CAMPFIRES               Campfires are to be held at the main campfire circle only.
                            Pursuant to the regulations of the Halifax Regional
                            Municipality, campfires should not exceed 18 inches in
                            height and 24 inches in diameter. Any fire bans in effect
                            must be observed. Gasoline on fires is strictly prohibited.
                            Water containers are available and three should be filled
                            and on hand when fires are lit. Fires should be completely
                            doused at the end of their use and pits cleaned before
                            leaving the site.

14. WATERFRONT              See separate documentation.

15. CANOEING                Although Camp Lone Cloud does not provide canoes,
                            groups using canoes MUST wear life jackets while in the
                            canoes, swimmers or not. Standard safety practices for
                            canoeists MUST BE FOLLOWED.

16. SMOKING                 All the buildings in camp are smoke-free. Designated
                            smoking areas are to be set up a minimum of 25 feet from
                            any building, including the cabins, being mindful of the
                            needs of other people. Please use butt cans or other
                            receptacles for the cigarette butts. Duty of Care 7001.10
                            “It is inappropriate for any member to smoke in front of
                            youth at any Scouting event.”

17. TELEPHONE               The camp phone is a business line and while you are
                            welcome to make use of it we ask that you refrain from
                            making long distance calls except in the case of
                            emergencies. Keep the length of your calls to a minimum.
                            Camp staff will answer all incoming calls. There is a voice
                            mail box associated with the service so if calls are missed,
                            messages will be relayed as appropriate.

18. PAINT BALL              Paint ball activity is prohibited at Camp Lone Cloud due to
                            potential bodily injury and damage to buildings.


  “REMEMBER, THE ONLY TWO THINGS YOU LEAVE BEHIND YOU ON
        BREAKING CAMP – NOTHING AND YOUR THANKS”
                                 (B.P. – “Scouting for Boys”)




Scouts Canada, Halifax Area 84 Thorne Ave., Dartmouth, NS B3B 1Y5 (902) 423-9227
Camp Lone Cloud web site: www.camplonecloud.ca                            12/5/2010
CAMP LONE CLOUD
1 Scout Camp Road
Fall River, NS B2T 1J6 (902) 860-3130


What you may expect from us…
   Camp Ranger will contact by phone, the group leader/contact person a minimum
       of one week in advance of the booking to determine specific arrival/departure
       times and any special requirements the group may have.
   Camp Ranger and assistant will be on site for the duration of your visit to
       provide water craft transportation to and from the island. Unless arrangements
       are made otherwise, the Camp Ranger will be available after 4:00p.m.on the
       Friday afternoon for weekend rentals. Once the group is in camp we will be able
       to provided occasional transportation to and from the mainland however we do
       ask that these be coordinated and kept to a minimum where at all possible.
   The Camp Ranger and assistant will conduct themselves in a professional and
       courteous manner at all times.
   Six full size cabins accommodating 10 people each; one Adirondack
       accommodating 8 people; Twin Inns providing accommodation for 12; Field
       Cabin for 6, Cook’s Cabin for 2 and First Aid Cabin for 2. (See Map attached.)
       All buildings will be clean and contain a smoke detector and fire extinguisher.
       You may need to rearrange bunks as your needs require. Please return
       everything to its original location.
   Dining Hall which will seat 75 comfortably. Kitchen with industrial convection
       oven, four burners, sinks, running hot and cold water, refrigerator, walk in
       cooler, deep freeze, some cutlery and dishes (quantity varies !), basic cooking
       utensils – pots etc. Depending on your needs you may wish to request more
       details prior to your visit.
   Life jackets will be available in a quantity sufficient for transportation on the
       Clipper
   Canadian Coast Guard regulations/requirements will be met and observed
   Adrian’s Leadership Lodge – a new five room building; one room with electric
       heat !
   Toilet paper, paper towel, hand soap will be replenished as required or on request
   Please report any need for light bulbs to be changed, garbage bags, safety issues
       etc. to the Ranger as soon as the need is identified
   We would be pleased to review with you the areas that are considered to be out
       of bounds such as the Director’s cabin, QM, Clipper House, roofs of buildings,
       under buildings, unsupervised waterfront, cliffs on side of field etc.
   PLEASE do not allow rocks to be thrown from the mainland dock area. We do
       have to purchase these rocks. It’s always a fun thing to attempt to skip rocks or
       see how big a splash can be made but please help us in this regard while waiting
       for the Clipper.




Scouts Canada, Halifax Area 84 Thorne Ave., Dartmouth, NS B3B 1Y5 (902) 423-9227
Camp Lone Cloud web site: www.camplonecloud.ca                            12/5/2010
CAMP LONE CLOUD
1 Scout Camp Road
Fall River, NS B2T 1J6 (902) 860-3130


What we ask of you…
   Please include our Camp Ranger and assistant at meal times.
   Upon arrival we ask that the Group Leader/Contact person identify him/herself to
      the Ranger and participate in a check in tour of the island. Prior to departure the
      same tour will take place to ensure that you are leaving nothing behind but your
      thanks !
   Rules will be reviewed and we ask that they be adhered to. Out of Bounds areas,
      smoking, no writing on cabin walls, nothing down the Kybo (outhouse),
      emergency bell.
   If you feel that it is necessary to visit the island prior to the rental period please
      coordinate this with the Ranger. We ask that you do not make your own way to
      the island when there is no one in residence. This may put the camp at risk
      should you decide to activate power, water, appliances etc.
   The entire facility should be left in a ready state for the next group – in as good
      or better condition than you found it. Camp staff are not in place to do this work
      and will need to bring deficiencies to the Group Leader.
   Sanitary feminine products are not to be disposed of in the Kybos but rather in
      waste receptacles adjacent to the out house buildings




Scouts Canada, Halifax Area 84 Thorne Ave., Dartmouth, NS B3B 1Y5 (902) 423-9227
Camp Lone Cloud web site: www.camplonecloud.ca                            12/5/2010
CAMP LONE CLOUD
1 Scout Camp Road
Fall River, NS B2T 1J6 (902) 860-3130


                                    SWIMMING REGULATIONS
(taken from Duty of Care 10006.8)


When Scout Councils/Groups provide swimming programs/activities, it is their
responsibility to ensure that the person(s) in charge is competent to operate a swimming
program/activity in the waters to be used, and ensure that Scouts Canada’s procedures are
adhered to.

When Sections provide swimming programs/activities, it is the responsibility of the
Group Committee to ensure that the person(s) in charge is competent to operate a
swimming program/activity in the waters to be used and to ensure that the regulations
that follow are observed.

During any swim period (except in public regulated pools), the following must be met:
   (i)    Before beginning a swim period, the safety of the swim area shall be
          established.
   (ii)   At least one water activity supervisor for every ten (10) swimmers must be on
          duty.
   (iii) The minimum qualification for youth members who are acting as water
          activity supervisors is the Bronze Cross and they must be a minimum of 16
          years of age.
   (iv)   Water activity supervisors should be identified to the swimmers prior to the
          commencement of swimming activities, and suitable attire is to be worn by
          the supervisors while on duty.
   (v)    Suitable rescue and reaching aids must be available at all times.
   (vi)   All swim groups must be organized under the paired “buddy system”.
   (vii) The physical condition and swimming ability of each member should be
          known by the water activity supervisor before the activity/program begins.
   (viii) Water Activity Supervisors are to be positioned within easy reach of
          swimmers.
   (ix)   No member shall be permitted to swim unless under responsible supervision.
   (x)    Each swim period shall be under the supervision of a qualified person to
          whom the Water Activity Supervisor is responsible.

     For Rental Groups, the contact person must sign that they have read and will adhere
     to these guidelines. Signed form to be attached to the completed rental agreement.


Date: ___________________ Rental Contact Signature: _________________________

Rental Period: ____________ Group: ________________________________________




Scouts Canada, Halifax Area 84 Thorne Ave., Dartmouth, NS B3B 1Y5 (902) 423-9227
Camp Lone Cloud web site: www.camplonecloud.ca                            12/5/2010
CAMP LONE CLOUD
1 Scout Camp Road
Fall River, NS B2T 1J6 (902) 860-3130


                              Rental Group Questionnaire

Rental Group: ____________________________ Date: _________________________

Name of respondent (optional): _____________________________________________

Camp Lone Cloud is pleased to be able to provide its facilities to groups within the
community on a rental basis. We continue to work at upgrading our facilities to
accommodate our summer camp program and groups that rent the island. We are also
interested in feedback that will help better serve these groups in the future. Please take a
moment to complete this questionnaire and return it to the Camp Ranger.

1)     Please check the appropriate boxes and make comments in the space provided as
       to how you found the facilities.

                      Excellent            Good                Fair               Poor
Wash House
Kitchen
Outhouse
Mess Hall
Cabins
Waterfront
Lodge

Comments: _____________________________________________________________




2) Did you find the staff courteous and helpful? ________________________________

3) Did the staff meet all the needs of your rental group? _________________________
_______________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________

4) Do you have any suggestions that could help us accommodate future groups? ______
________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________

5) How would you rate your experience at Camp Lone Cloud? ____________________

Please feel free to make any additional comments you may have on the back of this sheet.

Scouts Canada, Halifax Area 84 Thorne Ave., Dartmouth, NS B3B 1Y5 (902) 423-9227
Camp Lone Cloud web site: www.camplonecloud.ca                            12/5/2010
CAMP LONE CLOUD
1 Scout Camp Road
Fall River, NS B2T 1J6 (902) 860-3130


Cleaning:

Supplies for cleaning will be found in the kitchen cupboards: Comet, spray cleaners,
Javex, Lysol/Mr. Clean, wipes etc. Rubber gloves should be available as well. Brooms,
mops and buckets will be found either in the kitchen area or on the back deck of the
kitchen.

    Kybos (Outhouses)– sanitize seats, replenish toilet paper, sanitize floors
    Wash House – clean shower stalls, clean sinks, polish taps and mirrors, replenish
     soap and paper towel, empty garbage receptacles and wash as necessary, scrub
     floor
    Dining Hall – clean all tables and set in upright position; remove all food from
     deep freeze; defrost deep freeze and wipe clean (leave propped open); scrub
     floor; remove all food from refrigerators and walk in
    Kitchen – sanitize all surfaces, clean refrigerators, microwave, stove, oven and
     walk in. Wash ALL dishes and store. Sanitize floors. Remove soiled dish cloths
     and towels.
    Cabins – sweep, damp mop, empty garbage receptacles and wash as required;
     remove any and all graffiti, secure shutters and doors; return bunks to original
     position
    Field – remove any and all program equipment; dispose of cigarette butt
     containers, pick up litter on field/trails
    Field Cabin – sweep and damp mop floor; empty garbage receptacles and wash
     as necessary; return bunks to original position
    Campfire – clear burnt logs; rake area around pit as necessary; provide split
     wood sufficient for next fire; ensure water buckets are in place
    General – remove all garbage from facility; remove all food; personal equipment
    Repair any damages or commit to arrangements to do so subsequently
    Adrian’s Leadership Lodge – sweep, damp mop, empty garbage receptacles and
     wash as required; remove any and all graffiti; wipe off door thresholds; ensure
     windows are closed and locked; TURN HEAT IN MAIN ROOM OFF (very
     important for obvious reasons !)




Scouts Canada, Halifax Area 84 Thorne Ave., Dartmouth, NS B3B 1Y5 (902) 423-9227
Camp Lone Cloud web site: www.camplonecloud.ca                            12/5/2010

				
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