6 Adult Volunteers
Date – Saturday March 3rd 2018
Beaver Buggies – 10am – 12pm
Kub Kars/Scout Trucks – 9am – 3pm
Location – Ontario Flower Growers’ Co-op, 910 Mid-Way Blvd, Mississauga (near Derry/Tomken)
Please check the following link for more information/registration info for Beaver Buggies – http://mississauga.scouter.ca/images/Beaver–registration_letter_kubkar_beaverbuggy_scouttrucks.docx
Please check the following link for more information/registration info for Kub Kars/Scout Trucks – http://mississauga.scouter.ca/images/Cubs_Scouts_Venturers–registration_letter_kubkar_beaverbuggy_scouttrucks.docx
I am pleased to invite nominations for the 2018 David C. Onley Award for Leadership in Accessibility. This award recognizes Ontarians who have gone above and beyond to improve accessibility for people with disabilities.
Recipients can include individual volunteers or organizations that have made outstanding contributions and have demonstrated outstanding leadership and commitment in the advocacy and promotion of accessibility and disability issues.
To submit a nomination for this award:
- Visit ontario.ca/honoursandawards.
- Select the Inclusion Category
- Click on David C. Onley Award for Leadership in Accessibility.
- Download the PDF form.
- Read the eligibility criteria and instructions carefully.
- Fill out the form, then submit it no later than December 3, 2017. Instructions for submitting your nomination package can be found on the website.
If you have any questions, contact the Ontario Honours and Awards Secretariat:
Thank you for supporting this program and for your interest in promoting accessibility for Ontarians with disabilities.
Please register no later than January 12th, 2018 with your estimated attendance numbers to receive the camp package and schedule.
Please see the flyer by clicking -HERE- for more details.
Or visit us at https://www.facebook.com/WELLYnSAUGAcamporee for way more info!
Online registration available now by clicking -HERE- (you may, optionally, pay by PayPal or credit card).
Back by popular demand, Mississauga and Wellington Areas again present the Skills and Permits Camp. This year dates are November 3rd thru 5th at Camp Everton. Please read the flyer referenced below and register ASAP. We have seen 300+ participants attend previously.
Our team of Scouters have joined forces to help your Troop members earn all four permits; knife, stove & lantern, match & fire and axe & saw. For any new Scouters this is a great way for you to increase your knowledge of these skills. Sessions with small groups of people and multiple trainers will be run for each permit. Sessions on basic pioneering knots and lashings will also be offered.
More Trainers (and Offer of Service assistance) always welcome and needed! Any active, registered Resource Scouter, Venturer Scout and Rover Scout is Welcome!! Please email the camp registrar with the skill you would be happy to assist with TODAY!!!
Click -HERE- to print the flyer and paper registration form!
Click -HERE- to go to the online registration form (payment via PayPal/Credit card optional afterwards).
Yellow Briar Area is seeking a dynamic action-oriented volunteer for the position of Area Commissioner. This is a position that requires 18-24 hours per month on average.
The Area Commissioner (a registered member of Scouts Canada) is the recognized point of contact on issues of program evaluation and support. The successful candidate is to be committed to the Scouts Canada Five Focus Areas, Growth & Retention, Safety, Group Capacity, Volunteer Support Toolkit, and the ongoing rollout of the Canadian Path.
Working closely with the Council Commissioner, Area Youth Commissioner, the Area Service Manager, and a team of volunteers, the Area Commissioner is responsible for supporting Scouting Groups of the Yellow Briar Area.
Interested individuals can apply via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Deanna Devito – Central Escarpment Council Youth Commissioner
David Frederick – Central Escarpment Council Commissioner
Ian Foss- Executive Director Scouts Canada