October 1-3, 2021
ZBASE · Outdoor Adventure · Skills Training · Special Event
2021 Council Camporee!
ZBASE Aerial Adventure Tower! Seventy feet in the air. Harnessed. Jack Graves Sporting Clays Complex at ZBASE.Blasting orange clay targets. Lots of ‘em. Canoes and kayaks. Skiatook Lake. Getting wet, soaking wet. Survival challenges. Tools to BE PREPARED for the “What if?” Target Arrows. Archery. Fishing. Native American culture. Ta Tsu Hwa Lodge. Pride. Success. Geocaching. Webelos BBs. Orienteering. Competitions. Adventure. Fun.
ONLY AT THE 2021 COUNCIL CAMPOREE, A SPECIAL EVENT, CAN INDIAN NATIONS COUNCIL SCOUTS USE THE PROGRAM AREAS AT THE ZBASE!!!
That’s right. The Council is opening access to the Aerial Adventure Tower and the Jack Graves Sporting Clays Complex. The only other way to use these High Adventure areas is on a summer High Adventure trek. Now’s the opportunity to experience two of the most exciting programs in the region. DON’T MISS THIS FUN!!!
We’ve only listed some of the program opportunities awaiting Scouts and Webelos. Did we mention the first-ever Two-mile Coyote Howl fun run/walk late Friday night with a buddy? There will be a separate patch for this event.
IF YOU ARE BREATHING WE CAN USE YOU.
Seriously, we need adults to help us in any way they can! Commitments can vary depending on your role. We’re flexible. The staffing opportunities are flexible. Now’s another chance to be a part of something really special and make an impact on the lives of the youth we serve. Contact Mike Holdgrafer at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call or text at 918.630.9437. There will be a special recognition for staff.
PLAN NOW TO HAVE FUN.
More announcements to follow. Now’s your chance to see what Scouting’s about, how bright the future is for the Indian Nations Council, and to experience a touch of Zink High Adventure Base!!! If we don’t see you sooner, we will see you October 1st!
Campsites: Cub World
Meals: Units cook own meals.
Program Areas: ZBASE Aerial Adventure Tower and Graves Sporting Clays Complex, Skiatook Lake and points in between. Shuttle buses will transport participants between program areas!
$25 per YOUTH (includes participant patch, Coyote Howl patch, and t-shirt)
$20 per ADULT