Here at Camp Wannacombac we desire for your family to have such a pleasant and memorable experience. We do our best to provide for you lots of sunshine, laughter, recreation, and joy. But to truly enjoy any of those things we must sometimes face the opposite to fully appreciate the scope of their positive influence on our lives. So in every life a little rain must fall, a few tears must be shed, work must be done, and sadness must makes it's presence felt and so we give you: FORMS, in the hope that this will be the only gray thing that touches your Camp Wannacombac experience.
Here at Camp Wannacombac we sift through lots of information submitted to us on those forms and in order to give your family the maximum Wannacombac experience we need accurate information. Some forms are already completed and all you need to do is go see your troop registrar and get a copy, some you take a little time and fill out yourself, others you need to see a professional for their assessment. All must be done in a timely manner so we can sort and file them and make sure you have nothing to worry about while your sweet little darling is with us at summer camp.
The forms are listed below with a description and MUST be filled out by EVERYONE attending camp, including adults (especially adults). Most take just a few minutes, but some will need to be filled in by a professional and you will need to prepare accordingly to get forms into us before the deadlines. All forms are on our website under the Forms tab.
AHG Girl Health and Medical History Form
Your registered daughter should have this form on file with your local troop. It is completed by parent/guardian and a copy is sent to camp address for filing. It is returned to the parent/guardian upon check-out at camp.
AHG Adult Health and Medical History Form
Every registered adult with AHG completes this form upon registration and it should be on file with the troop. However, some adults become members of AHG just to attend camp and thus do not have forms on file. This form is found on our website and must be completed, and sent to our camp address to be filed. It is returned upon check-out at camp.
AHG High Adventure Medical Form
Everyone who attends camp MUST have this form completed by a healthcare professional and on file at camp while in attendance. This is not just for girls, ALL adults attending camp must have this form completed by a healthcare professional and on file at camp while in attendance. See how I repeated that information? It is that important!
AHG High Adventure Troop Notification Form
This is a form that your troop coordinator must complete. It is then sent to our camp address and the information is transferred onto an online form that the national office gives to our camp registrar so that we can verify that everyone attending camp is registered (girls and adults, have completed Keys training (adult leaders only), and is current with their CPR/FA training (for those who should have it). This form is VERY IMPORTANT.
*Note: If your daughter isn't attending camp with her troop, email us so we can add her to the SC7777 roster to be under our leadership coverage the week she is at camp.
AHG Request for Administration of Medication
This form must be on file with our camp nurse in order for her to properly administer medication to your daughter, whether it is over the counter medicine you bring from home that she takes regularly (zyrtec, claritin, etc.) or prescription medicaiton. You will turn this form into the nurse when you check-in at camp with your daughter's medication.
AHG Swim Test Classification
This form is required to participate in all lake water activities while attending camp including canoeing and swimming, This form must be completed by a water safety professional such as a lifeguard, swim coach or water safety instructor. This form must be on file with our lifeguards while attending camp. We highly encourage all campers to complete this form prior to arriving at camp, however, if that is not possible, our lifeguards can administer the test before the camper will be allowed to participate in lake water activities.
Most of us have been involved with AHG for over 15 years and many of us on staff for Camp Wannacombac for 14 years. We have the best jobs at camp but are ever grateful for our adult volunteers who hold us up and fill in the gaps.