Troop 14 Norwalk
Presents Klondike Derby #4
January 24-26, 2020
Hoyt Scout Reservation, Redding CT
Regular Fees $20 Youth and $20 Adults
$15 Youth & $12.00 Adult Early Bird Fee
It is time once again to load up the sleds, harness the dog team and head north to Hoyt Scout Reservation for the annual Klondike Derby competition.
The Klondike is being organized as a day event for Saturday and will be hosted at the lower part of Hoyt. Camping one or two nights is optional and under troop leadership. The opening ceremony will be at the field in front of the Jackson Pavilion, The Klondike will officially end with a closing and awards ceremony at 4:30 pm on Saturday. Troops camping Saturday night will provide their own evening program.
Klondike Derby 2020 will start with optional camping Friday night with Troops being able to set up anytime after 5 PM. Troops arriving Saturday should be prepared for opening ceremonies by 9 AM.
Troops can camp one night, two nights or just come for the day. Exciting events are being organized by Troop 14, utilizing basic Scouting skills and some just for fun. The troop is requesting each troop to sponsor one of the stations.
Stations are being finalized and they will be sent to Troops so they can be reviewed before the Jan. 8 Roundtable Planning Meeting.
The Ranger Station at the main parking area will serve as the Klondike HQ for the weekend.
Check-in/Registration—Please check in BEFORE setting up your campsite
First Aid and Warming Area
The Jackson Pavilion will serve as T14 Program HQ
Sign-up and Registration (use link above)
$20 Youth & $20 Adults
Early Bird $15.00—Youth and $12.00 Adults Due by January 8, 2020 Roundtable
We’re asking all troops to be registered and paid by January 15. This will allow Troop 14 to plan for the best possible program.
SPL Roundtable Wednesday,
Jan. 8, 2020 — 7:15 PM
Lapham Community Center, Waveny Park,
633 South Ave., New Canaan
All troops attending the Klondike are asked to have their troop represented by their SPL (or at least one of their youth leaders) at this Klondike Planning Meeting. Troops that are paid can select campsites at this meeting.