Friday, September 2, 2011
What: Webelos Woods
When: 01-02 OCT 2011
Where: Camp Rock Enon, Gore VA
Why: Get a jump on being a Webelos Scout and beginning the change from Cub Scouting to Boy Scouting.
More details: Registration form Deadline is 16 SEP 2011, and 175 Scouts.
More information: Contact Bev Rumpf
Who: All Cub Scouts and their familiesWhat: Family Camp and a Loopapalooza!
Where: Beautiful Camp Rock Enon, Gore VA
When: 24-25 SEP 2011
Why: Come experience the joy of Camp Rock Enon. This is one of the few times of the year that families get to experience all of the fun and excitement that a Boy Scout camp can produce.
Details: Register online! Deadline is 09 SEP 2011.
Questions? Contact Mike Judson.
Wednesday, May 11, 2011
As most of you know, we are trying to make improvements to our wonderful camp. Please come out and help us make Camp Rock Enon the best camp in the region.
28 MAY 2011 @ 8 AM
There is a list of projects that need to be completed before the opening of summer camp. Lunch will be provided. Bob Hickel will be heading up this work day. Please contact him and let him know if you are coming and what you have to offer (tools, equipment, materials or donations).
Thanks in advance for your service to Camp.
Wednesday, April 13, 2011
The only way to ever see this underwater museum is to obtain your PADI SCUBA certification.
This fantastic opportunity awaits you at Camp Rock Enon starting July 24, 2011.
Only a few spaces remain, jump into the water now for this amazing training.
Registration information is available at www.sac-bsa.org!
Once you have your SCUBA PADI open water certification, join the Council Contingent for day and night dives in the Florida Keys at Seabase 2012!
...and don't forget the new Scuba Diving merit badge, too!
Thursday, January 27, 2011
Monday, January 24, 2011
Ranger Frank has a list of many projects which need to be completed to ensure that Camp Rock Enon is truly a “Scouter’s
Paradise” and to make the camp ready for the upcoming camp seasons. Some projects require no specialized skills or tools, while others can only be properly completed by skilled artisans with specialized tools and materials. The projects also vary in the number of participants and manhours needed for completion.
If you would like to work on a service project for Camp Rock Enon, whether as part of a weekend camping trip or just by coming to camp for the day, please contact Ranger Frank at (540)336-6493 and ask for a project. If you have a suggestion for a project that is not already on the list, please mention it at that time.
Many supplies needed for these projects may not normally be available at the camp, so plans for service projects must be discussed with Ranger Frank and approved at least two weeks in advance to obtain purchase orders to ensure availability of materials. Of course, any donations of materials by individuals and units toward these projects will be gratefully appreciated.