Camp Assignments, Items to Bring, and Itenerary

Marc 26,27,28
GENERAL INFORMATION
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Articles for each participant to bring:
• Personal items (wash cloths, towels, etc.)
• Food (breakfast, lunch, snacks, coffee/cream/sugar, drinks)
• Ice for personal use
• Sleeping bags and air mattresses.
• Boaters - battery chargers, extension cords, oil, etc.
• Fil1etknives for those designated to clean fish
Final tournament standings will be determined by combined weight for 3 days.
Boat partners will agree about the expense sharing.
Check-in time is 4:00 p.m. on Wednesday, March 25.
Supper on Wednesday will be Dutch.
Check-out time is prior to Blast-off on Saturday, March 28.
All housing
cleaned/inspected with all personal items removed prior to departure for boat ramp.
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RULES
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Alcohol is absolutely prohibited. Profanity and displays of anger will not be tolerated.
Operating a boat in negligent or unsafe manner or in violation of any state or federal law will
result in the immediate and final disqualification.
Remove all possessions at checkout time.
Leave premises in the same condition (or better) as when we arrived.
Remove all items from refrigerators.
CAMP ASSIGNMENTS I ITEMS TO BRING
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BRO JOE'S HOUSE
Youngblood, Joe
THURSDAY
On Call
FRIDAY
Cook (OIC)
SATURDAY
Clean House as Directed
ITEMS TO BRING
Cooker; Fryer Pot
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Phegley, Aaron
DinnerKP
Cook
Clean House as Directed
Desert (Thursday); Tea - 1 gallon (Thursday)
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Scott Hasty
On Call
Dinner KP OIC
Clean House as Directed
Ice for dinner (Fri); Tea - 1 gallon (Thursday)
NB
Kenny Hanna
On Call
Dinner KP
Clean House as Directed
Hamburger Buns (30 ea), Desert {Thursday)
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Derrick Murray
Dinner prep OIC
On Call
Clean House as Directed
1 gallon (Thursday); 1 large bag chips
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Burns, Gary
Dinner prep
On Call
Clean House as Directed
Desert (Thursday); 1 loaf bread
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Jeff Murray (Cabin OIC)
Cook Burgers
Dinner KP
Organize
1 Mustard (16 oz); Desert (Friday)
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Joe Dehart
Cook Burgers
On Call
Clean House as Directed
Tea - 2 gallons (Friday)
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Rose, Mike (Camp OIC)
Cook Burgers
Cook
Clean House as Directed
Cooker; Ice for dinner (Thur); grill utencils;
Fryer Pot
Spurgeon
Cook Burgers
On Call
Clean House as Directed
1 large bag chips;1 loaf bread
Rose, Chris
Dinner KP OIC
On Call
Clean House as Directed
Desert (Friday); 1 large bag chips; Tea - 1
gallon (Friday)
Bobby Griffin
On Call
Dinner prep OIC
Clean House as Directed
Desert (Friday); 1 Mayonaise (16 oz); 1 Ketsup
(160z)
Matthew Jones
On Call
Dinner prep
Clean House as Directed
2 large bag chips; 1 loaf bread
OIC
Cabin OIC
Kitchen Police
Dinner prep
On Call
Officer-in-Charge: Person in charge of activity; responsible to see task is accomplished
In charge of cabin; key control; organize sleeping assignments; ensure cabin is cleaned/ready for inspection
Clean up area after meal; bag and remove all trash; put away essentials; food storage; leftovers
Assist cooks; prepare food as necessary; set table for meal; prep drinks; help serve as necessary
Standing by to asist Cam J OIC (Mike Rose) as necessary
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Bill
OIC
Cleaning
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ITINERARY
(See duty roster for individual assignments)
Wednesday, March 25
4:00
Check in; house assignments
Dinner is Dutch treat
Blast off order and start boat will be determined by draw.
Thursday, March 26
7:00
3:00
4:00
5:30
7:00
Blastoff at SCE&G #4
Blast off will occur only when all individuals are ready.
Blast off order and start boat will be determined by draw on Wednesday night.
Check in at SCE&G #4
Weigh-in begins at Joe's House
Preparation for supper after weigh-in
Dinner Preparation (OIC - Derrick Murray)
Cooking Hamburgers and hotdogs (OIC - Joe Dehart)
Dinner at Joe's House
Dinner KP (OIC - Chris Rose)
Devotional (Jeff Murray)
Free Time
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Friday, March 27
7:00
3:00
4:00
5:30
7:00
Blastoff at SCE&G #4
Blast off will occur only when all individuals are ready.
Blast off order will be based on standings.
Check in at SCE&G #4
Weigh-in begins at Joe's House
Preparation for supper after weigh-in
Cooking (OIC - Joe Youngblood)
Dinner Preparation (OIC - Bobby Griffin)
Dinner at Joe's House
Dinner KP (OIC - Scott Hasty)
Devotional (Chris Rose)
Free Time (Load up non-essential items)
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Saturday, March 28 (March Points Tournament for ACBA)
7:00
3:00
Prepare for departure
Load up personnel belongings for home
Clean up:
Bra Joe's (OIC - Jeff Murray)
Inspect Camp (OIC - Mike Rose)
Blastoff at SCE&G #4
Blast off will occur only when camp is cleared and all individuals are ready.
Blast off order will be based on standings.
Weigh-in at SCE&G #4
Retreat final standings will be determined (OIC - Mike Rose)
March points tournament will be determined (OIC - Mike Rose)
Leave for home
Directions
Joe's House
DIRECTIONS FROM BELVEDERE OR NORTH AUGUSTA:
1. Go out highway 25 from North Augusta or Belvedere, going towards Edgefield. At the intersection of highways 19 and 25, the
road will turn into highway 121. DO NOT turn to go to Edgefield or to Aiken. Continue straight through the light heading towards
Trenton. Stay on highway 121 into Trenton.
2. Go through Trenton, heading to Johnston. It is 8 miles from Trenton to Johnson.
3. Go through Johnston, remaining on highway 121, going to Saluda. It is 13 miles from Johnston to Saluda.
4. In Saluda, turn right at the third traffic light. Go two-tenths of a mile until you reach a traffic light. Go under the traffic light and you
will be on highway 378.
5. Go 7 and eight-tenths miles, until you reach the intersection of highway 378 and Mount Willing Road. An old, white store will be
on your right side. A sign marking the way to CAMP BARSTOW will also be at the intersection. Turn left onto Mount Willing
Road.
6. Go exactly two miles until you reach a stop sign. This will be the intersection of Mount Willing and Hollywood Road. Turn left at
the stop sign.
7. Go exactly one mile and two-tenths. If you cross over the bridge for Little Saluda River, you will have gone too far and will need
to turn around. Turn right unto North Windwood Acres Road. A beige sign, with brown posts, and white writing marking the
Windwood Acres Sub-division will also be on your right.
8. Go about five hundred yards and look for a sign on your left entitled "TOMMY'S PLACE." It is a white sign with black writing.
You will also see attached a blue sign with the numbers of 125.
It will take about fifty minutes to go from 1-20and Highway 25 to reach TOMMY'S PLACE.
DIRECTIONS FROM AIKEN
1. Go out highway one and go under the interstate 20 over-pass, heading towards Batesburg. Go all the way into Batesburg.
Batesburg is 18 and half miles from the intersection of 1-20 and highway 1.
2. Once you have entered Batesburg, go to the third traffic light. This is the intersection of highway 1 and 391. A Reid's grocery
store and a McDonald's will be on your right side. Turn left onto highway 391.
3. Stay on 391 until you reach the traffic circle. The traffic circle is nine and nine-tenths miles from Batesburg.
4. Turn right at the traffic circle and go to the third turn-off of the traffic circle. This turn-off will be for highway 378, heading towards
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It takes about fifty minutes from the intersection of 1-20 and highway 1 to reach TOMMY'SPLACE.
DIRECTIONS FROM COLUMBIA
1. Go down 1-20 towards Aiken/Augusta and turn off the interstate, at the highway 378 exit, to go to Lexington. You can use any of
the three exits for Lexington.
2. Once you have arrived in Lexington, make your way to the intersection of Highway 1 and Highway 378. Turn onto highway 378
going towards Prosperity/Saluda. Ben Satcher Motor Company will be located at the intersection of Highway 1 and 378.
3. Go down highway 378 until you reach the traffic circle.
4. Get onto the traffic circle and take the second turn-off, which will also be highway 378. You will be headed towards Saluda.
5. Go on highway 378 for three and six-tenths miles. You will come to the intersection of Hollywood Road. A house sitting on a
hilltop, with a large yard, will be on your right at the intersection.
6. Turn right onto Hollywood Road and go two and nine-tenths miles. You will see a beige sign, with brown posts, and with white
writing for the Windwood Acres subdivision on your right. North Windwood Acres Road will be on your right. Turn right unto North
Windwood Acres Road. Look for a sign on your left marked "TOMMY'S PLACE." It will be a white sign with black lettering. It will
also have a blue marked with the numbers 125 on it.
It will take about forty MINUTES FROM Lexington to reach Tommy's Place.