WALIGAZHU Invitation


Date:               ??


Time:              9:30 - 3:30 p.m.


Place:              Northeast National Guard Armory - 1025 Broadway NE in Northeast Minneapolis.


Program:        Troops arrive and register                                                                   9:30 AM

                                                (SPLs register their troops)

Round Robin of games:  Soccer, Touch football, Volley ball, etc.    10:00

                        Lunch                                                                                                  Noon

                        Scout Skill Contests                                                                            1:00 PM

Half the patrols                       Other half

Map and Compass                  Tripods                                    1:00 - 1:30

Tripods                                    Maps and Compass                 1:30 - 2:00

Knots                                      First Aid                                  2:00 - 2:30

First Aid                                  Knots                                      2:30 - 3:00

                        Awards and closing                                                                            3:00 - 3:20


Judges:           Knots:  One judge for each patrol.  Head judge and timer.

                        First Aid:  One judge for each patrol.  Head judge

                        Tripods:  Seven judges needed, including head judge

                        Map and Compass:  One judge for each patrol.  Head judge and timer.

Rules:              Questions not covered in these rules will be governed by the Boy Scout Handbook.  Disputes will be settled by a jury of the Scoutmasters of each troop.  The host Scoutmaster, Dave Moore, will be chairman of the jury, and will vote only in case of a tie.

Scoring:          A patrol can receive up to 50 points on each event for a total of 200 points.  The chief judge for each event should relay scores to the Main Scoring Table, manned by the SPL's of the participating troops.  These scores will be posted on a blackboard.

Awards:          Ribbons will be awarded to the top three patrols in each event.  In the case of a tie, duplicate ribbons will be awarded.  Three over-all awards will be given to the top three patrols, based on their total points for the four contests.  In the case of a tie, the award will go to the patrol with the highest score for any one event.  If the tie is still not broken, the next highest scores on any one event will be compared, etc.  All patrols will receive participation ribbons.  There will be only patrol awards, no troop awards.


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