Camping Operations Order:

Mission :   LICKING RIVER  Sat June 1-2    This is an overnighter.   Depart Sat Morning at ??

We put in in Cynthiana, camp overnight on the river then come home Sunday.

For those of you signed up for the Licking River Canoe Trip this Saturday (June 1st) and Sunday (June 2nd):

1.       Arrive at Centenary no later than 8:45 AM on Saturday June 1st.  The bus will leave at 9:00 AM.  We are scheduled at the outfitter (Setters Ridge) at 10:00 AM.

2.       Return time to Centenary on Sunday is uncertain but should not be much later than early afternoon.  All parents will be contacted approximately hour before return.

3.       Bring the following to the meeting tomorrow (Tuesday) evening:

a.       $25 (check or cash) for trip expenses

b.      A completed and signed (parent and participant for scouts) Scout permission slip (found at )

c.       A Setter Ridge waiver form (found at )

4.       At the meeting we shall discuss more details about the trip including what to bring and wear.


Bill Hoyt



"Water dissolving, water removing.  There is water at the bottom of the ocean..."  -T.H.



  2. Troop Permission   :  PERMISSION     (download this and fill out on your PC, then just change the DESTINATION for each trip)

  3. Outfitter's Waiver :  WAIVER

  4. MEDICAL FORM : Medical Form ( Class A & B )     - Each scout must have a the part A/B filled, no need for the physical.


Maps :    Setter Ridge site     Outfitter

Suggested Packing List:

  Packing List



__Garbage bag for wet clothes

___ Dry clothes

__ Water bottle  (filled with water)

__Wet Weather Protection Gear (Rain Jacket and Pants- pants are optional)

__ plastic (for tent) or light weight tent

__Extra money for Dairy Queen

__Snacks (for the trip )

  Carryon for the bus:

In a plastic bag bring the clothes you will change into after travel (we will leave ALL uniform pieces including Scout socks on the bus so we can travel home in clean uniforms).

NO ELECTRONIC DEVICES ALLOWED ON TRIP.   (gameboys, DVD players, phones)

Sheath, butterfly, and survival type knives, etc. are not allowed on
the reservation. IF brought, the Scoutmaster should hold them until the Scout returns home. 

All fuel (propane, white gas) must be checked in and held by an adult until it is needed. Only adult leaders should handle fuel.


Local Emergency:  911