Society of Buckskinners Rendezvous – May 14-16, 2010

Society of Buckskinners
Affiliated with S.E. Colorado Council of Buckskinners
Rendezvous on the Middle Concho

May 14-16, 2010

Camp Rules:
No Dogs
No modern containers visible
No liquid / gas devices in primitive camp
Primitive dress required to participate
SAFETY, First, Last, & Always
If fire ban in effect, be prepared with propane stoves or above ground firebox

Friday, May 14, 2010
Set up ($10 Person, $20 Family)
Candle shoot after dark

Saturday, May 15, 2010
Camp Meeting 9:00AM
Blanket shoot ($15 Prize)
Smoothbore & Pistol shoot
Fire starting – Knife & Hawk
Raffle

Sunday, May 16, 2010
Sunday Services 9:00 AM
Tear down and farewells

For more information contact:
Jay Colvin (432) 816-9092

Director Needed – Mountain Man Camp at Buffalo Trail Scout Ranch

I got the below via email and wanted to pass the word on, if anyone is interested.

My name is David O’Neill, Camp Director for Buffalo Trail Scout Ranch. We are a 9,000 acre camp located in the Davis Mountains of Texas and we operate a nine week camp for Boy Scouts. We are the largest and most popular Scout camp in Texas, in both size and participation. We will have over 4,000 participants this summer, and many of them come to our camp to participate in our high adventure programs. The most popular of all of those High Adventure programs is our Mountain Man camp.

The Mountain Man camp is located 3 miles down the trail from our main base camp, and is designed to immerse the participants in the life and times of the Mountain Men and the fur trapping era. We have 30 participants a week at this program, living in period style tents and doing activities such as black powder rifle, learning about edible plants, tanning hides, taking hikes to see real Indian paintings and much more! I have attached a brochure for the program to give you an idea of what we do.

The reason I am contacting you is that we are looking for a new director for the program. The gentleman that ran the program for seven years is no longer able to come to camp and I have to find a suitable replacement that has the passion and the knowledge of this period in American History! We pay a weekly salary and provide the equipment and supplies needed to run the program. There are two other hands that work on this staff, for a total of three people. It is a great program and we need a good leader to make it a continued success.

If you would be willing to share this information with your membership, in order for us to help recruit a new director, it would be most appreciated. If anyone has any questions about the program or the position, I will be glad to answer them. You have my email address and my phone number is listed below. Thank you very much for your help, I appreciate it!

David O’Neill
Field Director
BTSR Camp Director
Buffalo Trail Council
(432) 570-7601
www.buffalotrailbsa.org

If interested, contact David directly at the above address/number.

– Many Rifles