The Junior Bruins camp schedule is now posted on our web site. As a reminder, we are still waiting for a few physical and consent to treat forms on some individuals. If your child will need or possibly need to be administered any medications (ex. Epi pen) while at camp, you must complete the Permission to Administer Medications form.
On Monday, August 11th, you must arrive to camp at your allotted start time only. It's a very arduous task making sure that all campers have the necessary forms. If you have not submitted all forms necessary, please send them ahead of time. This will make check in move more smoothly.
With camp around the corner we have been receiving some questions. We would like to share these questions and answers with everyone.
Will there be a place to store equipment overnight?
We do not have a locked room where we can secure players equipment. Therefore, all players’ equipment must be transported daily.
Will the Boston Junior Bruins provide daily lunch?
The Boston Junior Bruins will not providing lunch during camp. Players; Mite Major – Bantam Minors should bring lunch daily. Lunch should be in a cooler or freezer bag to keep fresh until lunch time.
Water and beverages will be available for players throughout the days at camp.
Please remember that we are guests of Babson College. We will not tolerate any player or players who damage or vandalize any property belonging to Babson College or the Boston Junior Bruins. All players are expected to behave themselves while at camp. There will be plenty of activities to keep players busy. Any player or players who do not behave and conduct themselves properly will be asked to leave camp.
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This is a reminder that we need an updated copy of your player’s latest physical form. We are required by Massachusetts Law and by the Board of Health of the Town of Wellesley to have a copy of the form for camp. The health form may not be more than two years old at the start of camp. (forms dated before August 11, 2012) need to be updated. We have a list of past forms and will try and get it up on the web site for reference soon. All new players need to provide a copy of an updated health form. Camp begins Monday August 11, 2014 and players will not be allowed to participate in camp if the form is not received.
These requirements are needed immediately. I am meeting again with the Wellesley Board of Health and need to show progress. Forms can be scanned to a PDF File and emailed along with any questions you may have to firstname.lastname@example.org or faxed to (617) 789-4112.
The Boston Junior Bruins Pre-Season camp has been identified by Babson College and the Town of Wellesley as a Recreational Camp and fall under Massachusetts Camp Regulations, 10SCMR 430.000 Minimum Standards for Recreational Camps for Children
We will need your child's latest health/immunization record. If you do not have
a copy, you should be able to get a copy from your child's doctor's office.
We also need the camp consent to treat form. Form is located on web site.
Those who have sent in the USA Hockey Consent to Treat form are OK
We will also need a record of any allergies your child may have.(on consent to
If your child has need for medication (epi-pens, inhalers etc.) you will need to
supply an Authorization to Administer Medication to Camper Form.
(All forms needed are on web site left tab DOCUMENTS)
Bantam Major and Midget U-16 and U18 are not included in these requirements as
they are not participating in camp, just practice sessions.