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Programs and Program Standards

Beaver Scouts White Tail Slap - Introduction to Cub Scouts

Location: 
Camp Samac, 275 Conlin Rd East, Oshawa, Ontario
04/06/2019 - 9:15am - 3:00pm

White Tail Beaver Scouts are invited to join a day of activities to introduce and prepare them for an exciting swim up to Cub Scouts. Engage in challenging activites, enjoy a lunch and get a crest, all for $15. Registration deadline is March 16th

Details on the flyer:

http://www.whitbyscouts.org/programs/colony/2018-white-tail-slap.pdf

Summer Program Incentive - Canadian Path Bingo Game

Location: 
White Pine Council
03/25/2019 - 04/01/2019

Only one week left to complete your bingo card and submit. Deadline is April 1st. 

$200 for each SECTION that completes, so that could be $600, $800 or $1000 for a group with all sections participating 

FULL DETAILS:

http://wpc.scouts.ca/ca/news/summer-program-incentive-canadian-path-bingo-game

Summer Program Incentive - Canadian Path Bingo Game

As we get settled into program planning for 2019 we wanted to send out a reminder that we will once again we are offering funds to assist your section with summer program. Here's how you qualify: 

Call for Nominations - Council Secretary

White Pine Council is seeking applications for the position of Council Secretary.

Vent Company - Toronto Scavenger Race

Location: 
Toronto
05/04/2019 (All day)
6 hours - 200+ possible challenges
May 4 – 2019 (May 25 rain date)
Courtesy of… the Oshawa AdVenture Group
-Phone App Based (about 400Mb data used per team)
-Scoring & Leaderboard – REAL TIME
-Videos & Photos on the fly
-Text & GPS challenges. REAL TIME
-Teams of 3 to 6
-$25 per team entry fee + transit passes
-Plan your strategy
-Stay together as a team

Call for Nominations Area Commissioner Algonquinte

Algonquinte Area, White Pine Council is seeking applications for the position of Area Commissioner.
Candidates for this key volunteer role in Algonquinte Area should be committed to the values and principles of Scouting. Each should believe firmly that the Scouting movement is of benefit to Canadian society and be respected for their honesty, integrity, and ethics.

No One Left Behind: changes for 2018-2019

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.
 

How to bring a non-member friend to Scouts

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. 

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Scouts Canada, l’organisation jeunesse la plus importante au pays, offre des programmes stimulants pour les garçons et les filles âgés de 5 à 26 ans dans des milliers de groupes répartis dans la plupart des villes du Canada.

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