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Sounds like they’re having fun. Click -HERE- for the article. And what are you doing this summer :-)!
Greater Halton Scouts & Venturers that acheived the Chief Scout or Queens’ Venturer designation ended up in the Georgetown Free Press. Let’s all make the effort to let world know what we’re doing. Click -HERE- for the article.
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!
Yup, it’s just about here. Click -HERE- for an update from Cape Breton. 1,048 Scouts & Guides, 130 units, 252 leaders & 265 volunteers.
To all CEC Scouts and Venturers between the ages of 13 & 18. CEC sets sail with Toronto Brigantine, a unique opportunity for Venturers & 3rd year Scouts to participate in an amazing Tall Ship Adventure – aboard a real Brigantine tall ship this summer. You will be cruising between Tobermory and Midland in beautiful Georgian Bay (bussing from Mississauga or Toronto).
The program will be offered in a composite camp format with the Brigantine being operated exclusively for the Scouts. Two Scouts Canada leaders will coordinate the program and accompany the composite group. There are only 16 berths available on a first come first served basis.
CEC & Toronto Brigantine have developed a program that allows the youth to earn challenge badges relative to their section while on board, in addition to the regular activities provided as part of the sailing program.
Although it is late in the Scouting season, we are encouraging all leaders to notify their eligible Venturers and 3rd Year Scouts of this unusual ‘camp’ opportunity. It represents excellent value and will provide youth with a great summer experience. If you are interested in participating as a leader (no cost) please contact the organizers.
Requirements include the ability to tread water for 10 minutes and swim 100 metres. Sailing experience is not necessary. Deadline for registrations is Fri Jul 3rd. Cost $620 including all meals and transportation to and from the ship (a $260 savings over the regular $880 cost).
For more information, contact the following Scouters:
– Paul Dennis, 416-268-1017 email@example.com
– Dave Collins, 905-916-1282 firstname.lastname@example.org