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Chisholm Trail District Camporee March 27-29, 2010

Chisholm Trail District Camporee March 27-29, 2010

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Chisholm Trail DistrictCamporeeMarch 27-29, 2010Wolf Mountain Ranch
The "MISSION IMPOSSIBLE" camporee program was inspired by the"Siege of Mafeking"camporee program. The camporee begins Saturday evening after dark.Patrols are given orders to accomplish several "night missions" (events) during thecourse of the evening. An adult accompanies each patrol for safety purposes. Patrolsare awarded points based on their performance in achieving each mission (event).Midway through the program, a light meal is served.
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The Eleven "Night Missions" of MISSION IMPOSSIBLE
LASER GAUNTLETPatrols take turns being the invaders and defenders. Defenders choose two people from theirpatrol who are then blindfolded and stand with lasers(flashlights) ready for action. Invaders mustapproach quietly, they are not allowed to run. If they make noise and are "flashed" with a laser,they're tagged and must sit down. Defenders win by tagging all invaders. Invaders win if they cantag defenders without being tagged. There is a time limit for each round.
BLIND ESCAPEAn explosive device goes off blinding everyone except one person, he can see but is paralyzedand can't move. He must guide his fellow agents by voice through a dangerous series of obstaclesto rescue him and escape to safety. Teamwork and cooperation is your only hope for survival.
STEALTH HIKEThe group must traverse a route from Point A to Point B without being seen or heard. Enemyagents are on patrol, and have been warned of potential invaders. They will be looking for you.
ESPIONAGE ADVENTUREYou must recover an item of secret information. It is stored in a container in a distant location.You will follow directions that will take you to the container. When you arrive you find severalbooby trapped decoy containers near it. Which is the right one? If you carefully follow the clues,you will choose wisely. If you choose the wrong container, it could be a tragic end.
STAR TREKLearn about the heavens and how to find your way at night using the stars, then trek across anopen expanse under a luminous star filled sky.
 You will exercise your jaws on a late night snacks and drinks.
SOLO ENCOUNTERA serious discussion about the spirit of Scouting, followed by a question for you to ponder, andthen time completely alone under the stars for some personal reflection.
SECRET STRANGERSomewhere along the trail you will be approached by a stranger. Is he a friend or an emeny? Doeshe speak the truth or falsehoods? What does he want from you? Do you dare trust him?
ENEMY ENCAMPMENTYou must evaluate the strength of an enemy encampment and make a map of the location. Youcannot be seen or heard in your attempt. The future of western civilization depends on yoursuccessful completion of this mission.
AGENT RESCUEAn agent has been hit. You will be given instructions for finding him. Treat his wounds, thenevacuate him to safety. The trouble is, enemy agents are looking for him too. Who will find himfirst?
MYSTERY MISSION Sorry, this is a complete mystery. No one knows what the mission is (not even the president).It will remain a mystery until moments before you begin. (National security you know
)It's big! It's vitally important! Be prepared for anything!
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SATURDAY--March 28, 2010
12:00pmRegistration Opens
2:00pm-4:00pmArrival and Campsite Set Up
4:00pm-6:30pmDinner & Clean Up
6:30pm-7:30pmOpening Campfire, OA Callout & Briefing
Mission #1 7:30pm-8:00pm
Mission #2 8:00pm-8:30pm
Mission #3 8:30pm-9:00pm
Mission #4 9:00pm-9:30pm
Mission #5 9:30pm-10:00pm
Mission #6 10:00pm-10:30pm
Mission #7 10:30pm-11:00pm
Mission #8 11:00pm-11:30pm
Mission #9 11:30pm-12:00am
Mission #10 12:00am-12:30am
Mission #11 12:30am-1:00am
1:00am-1:30amReturn to campsites
1:30am-2:00amGet settled into quiet/sleep time
March 29,2010
10:30amScouts own ServiceBrief closing and awards program
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