Japeechen First Aid Meet

Japeechen First Aid Meet
Registration Begins
1/24/2017 1:00 PM
Last Day To Register
3/1/2017 9:00 PM
163 East Union Rd.
Cheswick, PA 15024, US
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Japeechen District First Aid Challenge


Saturday March 4th 8:30am to 1pm

Deer Lakes High School

163 East Union Road, Cheswick PA 15024




The First Aid Challenge is a fun competition where Patrols from various Troops in the District compete against each other by solving and acting out different first aid scenarios. It is a great opportunity for Scouts (and adults) to reinforce their first aid knowledge by practicing their skills in several real life scenarios. Scouts in each Patrol will take turns demonstrating their leadership under challenging and unexpected conditions. The goal is that each Scout would leave at the end of the event with more knowledge and skill in first aid, and confidence in his abilities.


Registration: Will be available on Double Knot 


                       Adults…......$ 3.00

What to Wear: All Scouts should be in Class B uniform. (You may get messy or worse)

What to Bring:

  • Patrol First Aid Kit (see the Boy Scout Handbook for details)
  • Water Bottle
  • A Designated Victim

Prepare: Study TenderfootSecond Class, and First Class first aid requirements and First Aid Merit Badge requirements.

Adult Volunteers: Each Patrol should be accompanied by at least one adult volunteer.

Orientation: There will be a short orientation meeting for Patrols and adult volunteers. This is critical for adult volunteers and will be very beneficial to Patrols trying to compete. Please arrive early to give yourself time.

Prizes: First, second, and third place ribbons will be awarded to the top Patrols.

Prepare:  To have a great time and perhaps learn a few new things.


Contact:  Troop 653 Rob Stewart @ (724) 444-0663

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$3.00 per Adult
$8.00 per Youth
Cancellation Policy
No Refunds after February 30th 2017.

Convenience Fee Notice:

To offset the service cost of electronic payments a convenience fee will be added to all credit card and electronic check payments.  To avoid these convenience fees you may mail or deliver your payments to one of the council offices.  This fee will not be charged for fundraising events.