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Rangemaster Training at Camp Berry 4-20-24

Rangemaster Training at Camp Berry 4-20-24
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Last Day To Register
4/19/2024 11:55 PM
11716 County Rd 40
Findlay, OH 45840, US
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Rangemaster Training

Saturday, April 20, 02:00 p.m. to 06:30 p.m.
Camp Berry, Findlay, Ohio
Bring some snacks and a camp chair

Here's what to expect:

Rangemaster Training:


Support the youth of our entire District and learn how to set up, run and tear down both inflatable BB and Archery Ranges so we can get the inflatable out to the community in our local festivals and fairs!


Archery, BB gun shooting, and slingshot shooting are restricted to day camps, Cub Scout/Webelos Scout long term camps, council-managed short-term camps, or council activities where there are properly trained supervisors and where all standards for BSA shooting sports are enforced. All shooting ranges in the Cub Scout program must be supervised by a qualified rangemaster who is at least 18 years of age and meets the minimum requirements.


  • Q: What type of training do I need to help in the Cub Scout day camp, short-term or long-term camp programs?
    A: You need to be a trained as a Cub Scout Range Master.  This training is conducted by a National Camp School shooting sports director or a NRA Rifle Instructor for BB Guns, and USA Archery Level 1 Instructor for archery.

    Q: How long does the Cub Scout Shooting Sports training take?
    A: The training is 3 hours for Cub Scout archery and 4 hours for Cub Scout BB gun. You may be certified in either discipline or you can be certified in both.  

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GENERAL INFORMATION PERTAINING TO ALL REFUNDS No refunds will be issued for activities where promotion literature states “No refunds”. Deposits are non-refundable. All monies are refundable if the council or district cancels an event. Refund requests for rescheduled events due to weather conditions will be dealt with on an individual basis, partial refunds can be granted after incurred expenses for the event have been taken into consideration. Transferring fees from one person to another within the same unit for the same program is permissible. Fees are not transferable from one event to another. No refund request for any event or facility will be accepted more than 14 days after the conclusion of the event. For resident camps, each session or week is considered a separate event. Any refund granted will be credited back to the source of the original payment. i.e., Credit card back to credit card, check back to checking account, etc. Valid reasons for requesting a refund include: Illness Death in family, or Change in business plans. In no event shall any refund be made for any reason if the cost of the event has not been completely met. If substitution for participation in the event has been secured, then full refund may be made to the individual originally registered. Any refunds granted will be reduced by the cost of any deposit plus the cost of any materials already procured. Refunds will not be made for late arrivals or early departures. All requests for refunds of money must be made in writing to the Black Swamp Area Council, Boy Scouts of America. Supporting receipts must accompany the request.


Black Swamp Area Council
2100 Broad Avenue, Findlay Ohio
(419) 422-4356