INSTRUCTIONS FOR
ADVANCE/OLDER SCOUTS
(ADULT LEADERS)


RECORDS KEEPING

Check to be sure all boys are accounted for arriving and leaving.

Mark time entering event area.

Time patrol on actual event

Mark time patrol leaves area

Keep patrol in area 15 minutes from time of first patrol's leaving this way they won't catch up with each other

Check to be sure that Tail End Charlie is last one in.

Patrol leader and Tail End Charlie are to report to you on entering your obstacle area.

Patrol leader will ask you for orders give them to him only.

GRADING

Tail End Charlie must come in last (if he doesn't get patrol leader and Charlie together and straighten it out.)

Points off for orders not given to patrol leader

Keep accurate time on timed events

SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR ADVANCE SCOUTS

Minefield

When second patrol has cleared, leave minefield - Go back down hill to cabin

Get in car and drive around to parking lot

Wait in shelter for patrol to arrive

When second Patrol has reached the first aid obstacle at bottom of hill proceed back to cabin

Build ladder

When second patrol has cleared the village proceed down road to pt 8 light beam

Sketch map

When second patrol has reached the next obstacle proceed down the road to pt. 9 fire building

First aid

When second patrol has cleared, proceed to cabin.

ADULT ASSIGNMENTS

1. MinefieldMr. Pete
2. Knot tieMr. Bob
3. Build ladder Mr. Matt
4. Sketch map Mr. Chris
5. Observation Mr. Pete
6. First aid Mr. Bob
7. Height and width no adult
8. Light beam not done
9. Build fire Mr. Chris
10. Orienteering Mr. Matt
11. Astronomy no adult


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