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We are excited to welcome you back to our first lodge-wide in person event in the pandemic era.  Below are some of the guidelines that are in place to help you enjoy the Spring Conclave while keeping it a safe event for all participants.  Should you have any concerns or questions about the event plans or safety precautions in place, please don’t hesitate to let us know.

Important Notes

  • Masks are required to be worn at all times by all participants, and social distancing will be enforced.
  • Food Service will be provided to participants who purchase it in a “to-go” type setting.  Outdoor seating will be provided.  Use of indoor facilities will be kept to a minimum.
  • Participants who fail to adhere to covid guidelines in place during the event will be sent home.

Temperature Checks

  • Participant Temperature will be taken at checkin.  Units are responsible for renewing and recording temperature checks on Saturday during the day and on Sunday Morning.
  • Participants who register a temperature of 100.4 degrees or higher at any time during the conclave should be sent home.

Food

  • Food Service will be provided to participants who purchase it in a “to-go” type setting.  Outdoor seating will be provided.  Use of indoor facilities will be kept to a minimum.
  • Preparing and serving food is limited to the fewest number of adults practical who prepare and serve individual portions to the entire unit. Youth are not to be involved with food preparation or cooking unless doing so only for him or herself.

Transportation

  • The safest method for transportation is that only household members are in a vehicle. This may not always be practical. When necessary, people outside of a household may travel in a vehicle together. Unless the vehicle is a large van, (4 rows of seats) there should not be more than four people in a vehicle, and they are to sit as far apart as possible. Masks are to be worn at all times. If possible, carpool with people who interact together in other venues such as sports teams or schools.
-From GSLAC COVID Operational Guidance

Camping

  • Tent camping is to be done one youth in each tent unless they are household members, the same gender, and less than two years apart in age. Adults are also one to each tent unless they are spouses that live together. Tents are to be spaced at least six feet apart.
  • Preparing and serving food is limited to the fewest number of adults practical who prepare and serve individual portions to the entire unit. Youth are not to be involved with food preparation or cooking unless doing so only for him or herself.
-From GSLAC COVID Operational Guidance
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