Written by Mike Swofford Wednesday, 16 June 2010 11:57
Volunteering for the Dan Beard Council camps is a great way to spend your time and help steer our youth in the right direction! The programs and operations at the Dan Beard Scout Reservation and Camp Michaels are successful because of the many volunteers that give their time and resources. Learn more about the countless ways to give back and volunteer.Last Updated on Monday, 19 September 2011 12:27
Written by Jason Pigg Tuesday, 29 November 2011 16:29
The Wilderness Engineers is a program for Scouts and Scouters who want to help maintain and improve our world-class camping facilities. By using their skills, knowledge, and enthusiasm for service, we have access to resources and manpower to help preserve our camps for future generations of youth to enjoy. You do not need to have any special talents to participate, just a willing hand.
Several work days are conducted each year during which the Wilderness Engineers focus on various camp improvement or maintenance projects. These fun and rewarding service days are great ways to develop new skills, put those you have to use for a good cause, meet new people, and spend some time in the outdoors.Last Updated on Friday, 25 January 2013 14:34
The Campmaster Corps is a group of Scouters who support weekend camp reservations at Camp Friedlander and Cub World. Scout units and other groups that use any part of the camp properties are greeted by and assisted by a Campmaster during their visit. The Campmaster helps groups gain access to the facilities and provide equipment, programs, and other friendly services to all our visitors. Working with the Ranger Staff, the Campmaster Corps is the primary customer service team for the Dan Beard Scout Reservation.Last Updated on Monday, 18 August 2014 09:05
Written by Jason Pigg Tuesday, 15 June 2010 13:10
Only through continued service can we ensure that the beautiful and natural areas of the Dan Beard Scout Reservation and Camp Michaels are preserved for future youth. Camp Conservation Days are an great way for boys to earn service hours while working to conserve our camp properties. These days of organized projects include tree-planting, erosion control, honeysuckle removal, trail maintenance, and other conservation projects. Groups that participate learn about lake ecosystems and help create a healthy environment for the plants and animals that share our camps. This event promotes a sense of ownership in our camps for all those who participate.Last Updated on Wednesday, 11 March 2015 08:04