We have put together a team of dynamic volunteers that are putting together a variety of pre-recorded and pre-event competitions as well as prepared for a series of live sessions on May 16
. Please pay close attention to the submission requirements and dates so that you and your family do not miss out on participating in some of these wonderful events. Here are some of the events with deadlines.
Submit questions before
Friday May 1st
and a real NASA Astronaut will respond via pre-recorded video as part of the Digital Campfire. Send your questions to
Council Campfire CookBook
Every unit has their favorite recipe for snacks around the Campfire. Submit your units favorite Campfire snack recipe with a photo and it will become part of the 1st Longhouse Council Campfire Cookbook. Submissions will require unit type Troop/Pack/Crew/Ship and unit number. Please include a little story of why this is your units favorite recipe. Submissions must be received by
Friday May 8th
and sent to
: Every Patrol and Den is encouraged to submit up to 5 pictures of their units to be included in the
Slide Show. File name should include the Unit #
Each submission should be
between 30 seconds and 2 minutes in length,
unless MB requires more.
Content should be
just like the Movie Making Webelos/ AoL elective states,
due to the Camporee theme or
Merit Badge Requirement Related
Options include (but not limited to): Pre-recorded skit; Puppet Show Skit; YouTube-Style Review; Lip Synch Music Video; Public Service Announcement; Commercial (Mock or Serious); Movie Trailer, Merit Badge Requirement Submission or Scout Recruitment Video.
Oscars will be mailed to the Units. Categories are: 1. Best Picture 2. Best Sound Mixing 3. Best Comedy 4. Best Story 5. Best Costume Design 6. Best Film Editing 7. Best PSA 8. Best Commercial 9. Best Music Video 10. Best Skit 11. Best Scout Recruitment Film 12. Best Merit Badge Submission
Submissions should be
Saved in a standard MP4 format,
Named with the Unit# and the Scout Name,
Sent by Friday, May 8
While there is no limit on submissions, the Camporee Committee reserves the right to select from multiple entries due to time constraints and will jury for quality and appropriateness.
It is not a requirement to participate but we encourage everyone to take some time and review some of the BSA guidelines for Cyber Safety,
which involves educating our youth about privacy protections in an ever- expanding digital world.
Please be on the lookout for more info as it becomes available. This event looks to be one of a kind and something to remember, so mark your calendar and be sure to attend.