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As older Youth and Scouters head out on more Scouting Adventures in more remote locations, it’s important to under and respect our surroundings. Kawartha Waterways Area (KWA) is very fortunate to have a Master International Leave No Trace Trainer among us and he’ll be teaching this course. What: Participants will receive valuable knowledge, trail card, training material and a certificate. Who: Registered Youth 14 + and Registered Scouters Number of Participants: minimum of 16 with a maximum of 25 Participants More »
Camp Samac Scout Centre, 275 Conlin Rd East, Oshawa, Ontario November 16-18, 2018 (workshops on Saturday and Sunday) More »
What’s New?:  This software is in real time so once you book it, it’s yours, and, you are now able to pay by Visa or Mastercard directly on the booking site. You are also able to make multiple bookings at one time and in one shopping cart. We are sure that there will be some kinks we need to address, so, we will continue to ask for your understanding and patience as we work to sort them out. More »
DATE: June 22-24th, 2018 Welcome to the second annual tri-area camporee (Oshawa, Owasco, Whitby, etc).   THEME: Stress Free (competition optional) Yes, based on youth feedback, we are offering multiple events and groups choose the events they want, and flexible participation. Based on registration feedback, some events may be eliminated due to lack of demand, but this CJ style “choose the events you want” should keep More »
White Pine Council is having a C.O.W.! (Commissioners Orientation Weekend) (Session now closed). at Camp Samac , Oshawa   Bring the whole herd!   Open to Group Commissioners, Committee Members, Section Scouters and Senior Youth!   Udderly fantastic workshops being offered include: New Scouter Orientation Maintaining a Healthy Group Human Resources Scouter Development and Learning More »
As registration has now opened to new members, I thought you may find the attached document helpful. Please feel free to use as you see fit. If you need any assistance, please reach out! Yours in Scouting, Heather Earle, Area Support Manager White Pine Council Supporting Owasco, Whitby, Oshawa and Lakeshore Ridge heather.earle@scouts.ca 289.688.8589   More »
No One Left Behind: A subsidy program offering financial assistance for registration and program.   The NOLB program is aimed at children from families struggling with financial hardship all across Canada – so that they also get the chance to benefit from the values, skills and experiences offered through Scouting. The opportunity to belong to a group that teaches important life skills, self-esteem and community service has a huge impact on these youth.   More »
One of the most proven successful ways to have new youth and adults explore the benefits of Scouting is to bring a friend to a meeting or event. The objective of a bringing a non-member friend is to grow membership by having existing Scouting members act as ambassadors of the Scouting Movement.  More »
Jamie Caswell was an avid Scouter in White Pine Council’s Oshawa Area who had a passion for working with youth and bettering his community. He organized Easter Eggs Hunts, Winter Rallies, Cub Winter Activity Days, Halloween Hikes, and spent countless time building structures at Camp Samac. More »
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