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The FINAL Last Post

OK, there really was one new post.  🙂  As of this morning, the new Council blog is up and running.  All posts are categorized, and the different Areas are now live as well.  Use the new link from now on:

You may send new material and items of interest to .  See ya there…


September 17, 2009 at 10:42 am Leave a comment


Literally!  As Scouting in Central Escarpment Council works to integrate and support the Areas, there is a NEW, IMPROVED, (ah heck, add some more adjectives) BLOG maintained at the Council level.  There are breakdowns by Area (and yes, Wellington is there as a category!), as well as by section and activity.  It’s also hosted with our own servers, and you’ll find speed is much improved as well.  I will be continuing to maintain the new blog, though others will be posting as well (the other 7 areas and the Council Commissioner come to mind 🙂 )!  So, please bookmark the NEW location, and if you’re using the RSS feeds, make sure you add yourself to the new blog at:

Happy Scouting in the new Scouting Year, and  I’m off to post the 30 or 40 blog entries that haven’t happened as we reinvented ourselves!

September 1, 2009 at 4:22 pm Leave a comment

Scouting Sleepover at the Kitchener Children’s Museum

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 .  Coordinates N 43 26.995 W 080 29.382 Sounds exciting!

July 26, 2009 at 6:05 pm Leave a comment

Canadian Cub Jamboree 2010

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 for more info and complete details!

July 26, 2009 at 5:00 pm Leave a comment

Scout Brigade of Fort George

Sep 18-20 at Fort George, Niagara-on-the-Lake.  Over 2900 Beavers, Cubs, Scouts, Venturers & Rovers took part last year, learning about the life as a soldier in the American or British army in 1812.  A truly awesome adventure, $43, and you’ll need to register soon.  Click -HERE- for the flyer, or -HERE- for the website.  Registration is online from the website.

June 18, 2009 at 2:57 pm Leave a comment

KW Symphony – Youth Concert Series

The KW Symphony is running 2 series of concerts.  The first, ‘Kinderconcerts’ for ages 0-5 (click -HERE- for info), and the second ‘Family’ series for ages 4 and up (click -HERE- for info).  Interested leaders can contact the Symphony to discuss group rates.  Call Tracy Jirak 519-745-4711 x288, or email at .

June 12, 2009 at 7:27 am Leave a comment

Speed River Cleanup – Sat Jun 13th

OPIRG’s 30th Annual Speed River Clean up is fast approaching! On Saturday June 13th, with sign in starting at 8:45am, we will be meeting at Royal City Park (on Gordon St across from the Boathouse) to clean up the Speed River.  We are still looking for a few volunteers to help run this fantastic event. If you’re interested in any of the following opportunities, please get in touch as soon as possible. Thanks!

1. Crew leaders – Crew leaders walk with crews (of 10-20 people) to a pre-arranged section of the river, and supervise and help with the pickup of garbage. You are responsible for writing down the names of people in your group, making sure everyone is safe and having fun, and making sure the waste is properly sorted and recorded. There will be a short crew leader meeting during the week before the Clean Up.

2. New this year: Children’s activities! – If you don’t want to get down and dirty with some spring cleaning of the Speed River there are still plenty of ways you can volunteer! We are looking for volunteers to coordinate interactive children’s water activities! The water activities are being provided by the Children’s Water Education Council and will explore amazing things like what it is like to be a water droplet or how much water we use on a daily basis. Activity Coordinators will be expected to review an activity leader training manual, provide two references relating to work with children and attend a pre-clean up orientation.

3. Registration volunteers – Registration volunteers welcome people, assign them to a crew, and help them find their crew leader. You are the folks with the answers to all the questions… don’t worry you’ll be well equipped with all the information you need!

4. Set-up and take-down volunteers (Friday evening and Saturday) – There is a lot that goes into this event! Setting it up and cleaning up afterwards is a huge job, and any help is always much appreciated. You can help us with set-up and take-down even if you’re already volunteering with the childrens’ activities, as a registration volunteeror crew leader, or with the general river cleanup. It’s not glamorous work, but we couldn’t do it without you!

Interested in this educational and fun experience? Please contact: or call 519.824.2091, or visit 1 Trent Lane at the University of Guelph.

June 11, 2009 at 5:25 pm Leave a comment

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