Tap Step 50: Budget Recap
Following the conclusion of the Adventure, the leaders, Records Manager, unit treasurer and committee chair review all Adventure expenses and income receipts and ensure all financial records are entered on the TAP Expense/Income Record, and all bills have been paid.
The unit treasurer refunds any left-over funds to the participants.
The unit treasurer prepares an Adventure financial report for presentation to the unit committee and parents.
TAP Step 51: Final Report
The Adventure adults and youth leaders prepare a final report for presentation to the unit committee and parents.
Plan a family presentation to celebrate completion of a successful Adventure.
Plan an “open house” after the Adventure and invite potential new youth members to the event. This is a particularly effective recruiting tool for Venturing Crews.
Email Adventure youth participants links to the BSA awards applications as appropriate to the Adventure:
- 50 miler Award Application
- National Outdoor Badges Application
- National Outdoor Challenge Application
- National Medal of Outdoor Achievement Application
- Historic Trails Award Application
- Cub Scout Outdoor Activity Award Application
TAP Step 53: Post a Review
Email a review of the Adventure including highlights, pictures, concerns and recommendations to the Best Practices web site.