Powder Horn

       

 

 

 

 

 

 

Powder Horn is a co-ed course designed to introduce Scouting's male and female youth and adult leaders to the exciting high adventure program possibilities for their Unit.  The course supports the mission of strengthening Units so they can achieve the mission of the Boy Scouts of America.

Program highlights may include: Shooting sports; Pistols; Skeet shooting; Black powder; Horseback riding; Wilderness canoe expedition planning; Geocaching, Mountain biking; Cave Exploring; Hunting & Fishing; Climbing & Rappelling; Project COPE; All-terrain vehicles; Scuba; Physical Fitness; Astronomy; Equestrian; Backpacking and More....

Participant Qualifications

- Registered youth/adult member of the Boy Scouts of America
- Youth must be 14 years of age, must have completed the Unit's version of Leadership training (Intro to Leadership Skills for Troops or Crews, etc.)
- Must have completed National Youth Leadership Training
- Must have a letter of recommendation from the Unit leader
- Acceptance to the course will be at the discretion of the course director
- Adults must be trained for their current leadership position
- All paricipants must complete:
     Venturing Youth Protection (adult or youth version)
     Hazardous Weather
     Safe Swim Defense
     Climb on Safely
- Meet the physical requirements contained in the Annual Health and Medical Record physical in a backcountry environment
- Some activities, such as Scuba, may have additional requirements

Date

September 27 - 29, 2019
Harry S. Frazier, Jr. Scout Reservation
930 Terry Drive
Shepherdsville, KY  40165

October 18 - 20, 2019
Tunnel Mill Scout Reservation
3913 Tunnel Mill Road
Charlestown, IN  47111

Cost

$245 Discounted Fee
Due by May 31, 2019

$275
June 1, 2019

A $75 deposit is required with registration form

Course fee includes food, materials, shirt, patch and site fees.

The first 48 FULLY PAID participants will have priority for course acceptance.

Registration

Click Here for Powder Horn Flyer (Coming)
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Contact

Don Helstern, Course Director, donhelstern@gmail.com or 502-553-0623
Donnie Helstern, Staff Advisor, Donnie.Helstern@scouting.org or 502-400-5377

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