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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

Summertime Scouting Activities in Peterborough

Sounds like they’re having fun.  Click -HERE- for the article.  And what are you doing this summer :-)!

August 4, 2009 at 8:07 pm Leave a comment

Nova Scotia Seastar Program – Tall Ships & a Venturer

Click -HERE- for the article.  Murray Bishop of the Digby Neck & Island Sea Scouts.

July 27, 2009 at 7:02 am Leave a comment

Chief Scout in Georgetown – Did YOUR Area put out a press release?

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.

July 26, 2009 at 6:14 pm Leave a comment

Reclaiming the Cosmos Camp – Ignatius Centre – Guelph

One of the resources we in Wellington have, is the Ignatius Centre in Guelph.  Among other activities (and you can see their website at ), 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.

July 20, 2009 at 5:12 pm Leave a comment

Scotia Jamb’09

Yup, it’s just about here. Click -HERE- for an update from Cape Breton. 1,048 Scouts & Guides, 130 units, 252 leaders & 265 volunteers.

July 3, 2009 at 8:48 pm Leave a comment

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