Eskimo Run Mailer 2016
FORTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL ESKIMO RUN
HUDSON VALLEY COUNCIL
BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA
DATE: Saturday, January 23, 2016
Check-in Starts: 8:30AM, Opening 9:30AM
BAD WEATHER DATE: Saturday, January 30, 2016
PLACE: James Baird State Park, Freedom Plains, New York
WHAT IS AN ESKIMO RUN?
The Eskimo Run is a Webelos Scout competitive activity similar to the Klondike Derby for Boy Scouts. It is
designed to test the Scouts' proficiency in the Webelos skills and provide a day of fun and excitement for them.
They will be asked to answer questions and demonstrate their skills. All materials are provided, except the sled
which each patrol (formerly called dens) is required to bring with it. The time available on the course is the same for
all teams, starting and ending at the same time. Time should not be wasted so that all stations can be visited.
Otherwise, time is not a factor in the competition. Individual stations are not timed as a scoring factor. Stations
usually close for new arrivals at 2:30 PM. Every effort is made to conclude the event by 4:00 PM. If you have any
questions, after reading through this mailer, email or call Carl Sardaro at email@example.com - (518) 398-1960
or John Borchert at firstname.lastname@example.org (845) 452-5618.