Twilight Camp 2015

Day 4 Recap

Webelos Den F-16 Falcon

Day 4 was rainy but fun! The scouts didn't let rain stop them one bit! Don't forget swim suits, towels, and dry clothes!


See you all this afternoon for the last day of camp!

Reminders for closing ceremonies

This is a reminder that there will be no carpool tonight. Come on up to the arena to watch the closing ceremony presentations. Closing ceremonies will start at 7:50 on the grassy area by the arena. Bring a chair or blanket to sit on. Parents are asked to arrive no earlier than 7:30.

Rotation 1 - Archery

The boys were able to return to the archery range. This time their target was a soda can and apple. We had several soda can explosions and some pierced apples. Sharp shooters!
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Rotation 2 - STEM

This was round 2 at the STEM station. This rotation had three stations: One on airplanes and flight, another on Newton's Laws of Motion, and one kites and lift.


For the airplane presentation, they made paper airplanes and watched a BrainPop video on ways to change patterns of flight.


For the Laws of Motion presentation, they watched another BrainPop video on Newton's three laws and demonstrated the laws with an alka-seltzer rocket experiment.


The third station made kites and talked about the history of kites and the importance of a kite tail.

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ROTATION 3 - Lunch and Trading Post

FOOD. Always popular!

Rotation 4 - Sports and a Rainbow

Sports Round 2 was a huge obstacle course in the big field. It just so happened that it also started to rain at the same time. But the rain didn't stop these determined scouts! They were out the sloshing in the rain and maneuvering around the obstacle course.


Afterwards, we were all treated to a double rainbow. It was really beautiful. The pictures don't really do it justice. They thought it was really cool!

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rotation 5 - Health

The fire chief from Alpharetta led the scouts in a discussion about many health related topics: Bike safety, first aid, splinting, Heat Exhaustion, Frostbite, Ticks, bites from snakes, stings from bees, allergic reactions.


It was a lot of information in a short amount of time. Hopefully the boys took away some good info. They were all given a small first aid kit at the end.

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Achievement Sheets

These will be emailed out tomorrow. It will list the achievements that each scout completed while at cub camp.

Important Telephone Numbers

Twilight Camp Director:

Graeme Payne (404) 429-7512

email: twi-dir@nrcubcamp.org


Assistant Directors:

Jaime Holbert (404) 375-8519

Don DeHaven (404) 822-6564


Den Guide:

Mandy Nicolosi 404-493-2352 (cell) – Call or Text

mandified311@gmail.com


Den Chief:

Caleb Sabino

Contact Me - Mandy Nicolosi

Please feel free to call or text me for any reason.