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Hey, while Wellington Area is running Beaver Magic late Sep (click -HERE- for that info), you’ll find a short one evening idea & question session. Find out more about Beaver Fever in South Waterloo by clicking -HERE- .
Scheduled for Nov 27th, the theme will be GPS & Navigation (it will occur in the middle of the GPS exhibit). The sleepover will allow the groups to earn a badge, have free time to explore, and of course, sleep anywhere in the museum. Beavers, Cubs and Scouts are welcome. Click -HERE- for their website. Contact Allison Brubacker at 519.749.9387 x226 or firstname.lastname@example.org . Coordinates N 43 26.995 W 080 29.382 Sounds exciting!
Are you a Colony Scouter? Ever wanted to spend a day sharing with other Colony Scouters, talking about your favourite activities, getting ideas, heck, just doing the Beaver thing with other Scouters with the same bent? Here’s your opportunity. Barber Scout Camp Sept 25-27th, cost is minimal. Register VERY SOON! Click -HERE- for the brochure, -HERE- for the registration form you can print, or -HERE- for a Word document you can fill in & return. Have fun, it’s exciting, and better yet, no Beavers (ie. quiet) for a whole day! If you have questions, by all means, contact your Area, or the Wellington Area, Commissioner. BEAVER MAGIC HAS BEEN POSTPONED TO APRIL 2010. SPECIFIC DATES TO COME. CHECK blog.scouter.ca FOR AN UPDATE.
CCJ10 is coming! Celebrating 100 years of Scouting in Ontario, the Canadian Cub Jamboree is coming to Camp Everton July 25th thru 31st 2010. Offers of Service are of course required. Click on the website http://www.ccj10.com for more info and complete details!
One of the resources we in Wellington have, is the Ignatius Centre in Guelph. Among other activities (and you can see their website at http://www.ignatiusguelph.ca ), is an 8 day youth (ages 14-22) camp, designed to support you while you develop a deeper sense of self through environmental leadership and eco-spirituality training. While too late for this year (the camp runs Jul 24-31), it and other activities run on a year-round basis. If you’re interested click -HERE- for the brochure.