. Boy Scout Leader Specific Training will be provided. Adults need to pre-register and also register under general adult registration. CPR and Standard First Aid Training will be provided for adults ($25 each). The MBU staff and host organizations are not responsible for the Scouts outside of classes. Each unit’s leadership assumes all responsibility during the event. Look for event updates on the registration website and emails to include a map, schedule, updates, etc. WEATHER POLICY– It is the MBU policy to hold the event regardless of weather conditions. Contact the event director directly for closing information in case of inclement weather. It is the responsibility of unit leadership to determine the safety of transporting Scouts in the event of questionable road conditions. MBU Name is not a Sequoyah Council event. While the council cooperates in the support of the event, Alpha Phi Omega and Venturing Outdoors are the event sponsors. All questions regarding the event must be directed to the event director on the following page. * ENCLOSED IS A LIST OF CLASSES OFFERED AND CLASS REGISTRATION FORM. PLEASE READ AND FOLLOW THE DIRECTIONS CAREFULLY. MBU REGISRATION IS NOW ONLINE!! GO TO https://mbuatetsu.org TO REGISTER YOUR UNIT. PAYMENT MUST BE SENT WITH REGISTRATION FORM OR COPY OF ONLINE REGISTRATION WITHIN ONE WEEK OF ONLINE REGISTRATION. ALL CHANGES OR DELETIONS MAY BE MADE BY UNIT LEADER BY LOGGING BACK INTO ONLINE SYSTEM. Have questions? Contact: [email protected] Wesley Miller Event Director 423-914-1510 EAST TENNESSEE STATE UNIVERSITY Saturday, January 24, 2015 8:15 am-6:00 pm D.P. Culp Center Auditorium Opening/ Closing Mail Payment/Registration to: Venturing Outdoors c/o Wesley Miller P.O. Box 71 Afton, TN 37616 Program provided by: Alpha Phi Omega & Venturing Outdoors ** PLEASE READ ALL MATERIAL CAREFULLY*** YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL INFORMATION *Fee is $23 per youth and $12 per adult. Youth fee increases to $28 after January 19. Youth fee includes a patch, all you can eat lunch, class supplies, participant folder, pen, etc. Adult fee ($12) includes lunch, patch, refreshments, adult program, pen, etc. See the registration form for any additional fees. UNIT LEADERS MUST MAINTAIN CONTROL OF THEIR SCOUTS WHILE ON THE CAMPUS OF ETSU. ANY UNRULY BEHAVIOR WILL BE SENT TO THE UNIT LEADERSHIP. Damages to ETSU property will be the responsibility of the particular unit and its leaders. Partial youth fee scholarships are available on a limited basis. Please submit a request to the Event Director by January 19th. Include reasons for requests including special circumstances, etc. Classes are taught by professionals and students within their respective fields. Quality instruction and learning environment is of highest importance to the program. An adult program will be made available during the day on an hourly basis. Topics may include Weather Spotting, summer camp information, youth protection, Venturing Awards update, and more... Boy Scout Leader will be offered as an all day program. Unit Commissioner basic will also be offered. Any adult who would like to present and host a topic for adult program may submit a proposal to the event director by January 18th. Registration is on a first-paid, first served basis. Youth class availability is limited, so register now. LATE REGISTRATION WILL BE SUBJECT TO CLASS AVAILABILITY. CLASSES NORMALLY FILL FAST, SO REGISTER BY MID-DECEMBER TO RECEIVE TOP CLASS CHOICES. ON-LINE REGISTRATON IS HIGHLY ENCOURAGED. Scouts SHOULD read the appropriate merit badge books prior to the event. This will provide them with the essential knowledge to begin the merit badge. Individual merit badge records will be mailed to the unit leadership. Other class preparation may be necessary. Please read the class catalog and each merit badge’s requirements in order to prepare properly. DP Culp Center and enter through the lower entrance (facing library) for opening ceremony and for departure after the closing.
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