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C.O.P.E Program

C.O.P.E., "Challenging Outdoor Personal Experience", comprises group initiative games, low and high course activities to improve and develop a Scout’s self-confidence and skills in problem-solving, teamwork and leadership.   Emphasis is placed on cooperation and working as a team.    The program will help each member set and achieve goals within each activity and to challenge their own physical capability.    Each Scout will participate in group activities such as climbing, swinging, balancing, jumping, rappelling and most importantly, thinking. 
The C.O.P.E. course is designed to spend the first few days participating in problem solving, team-building initiative games and low-course elements.    Later in the week, the group will be ready to challenge themselves with the skills learned and conquer the high course elements. 
Scouts who are 13 years old by January 1, 2013 may participate in the C.O.P.E. program.    Scouts must submit a completed Project C.O.P.E. Application form.  Adult leaders are encouraged to participate in the program as well if there are openings available after interested Scouts have signed up
This program runs for a half-day session, in the afternoon, Monday through Friday

If you are participating in Project C.O.P.E you will need a C.O.P.E. Application COPE Application.pdf

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