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2018 CEC Youth Recognition Ceremony – May 27, 2018

*** Please note earlier ceremony date and registration deadline for this year***

The 2018 CEC Youth Recognition Ceremony will be on Sunday, May 27, 2018 at Wilfred Laurier University, Waterloo, Ontario. (We will be in the Amphitheater of the Bricker Academic Building)

If you earned the Chief Scout, Queen’s Venturer or Canadian Rover Scout Award since May 2017 and would like to be included in this year’s Ceremony, please fill out and submit an application form

– Download a copy  – HERE –
– If you are a Canadian Rover Scout Award recipient, the form has not yet been updated to reflect this award. Please indicate on the form (Add CANADIAN ROVER SCOUT AWARD).

Please send in the forms electronically by April 27, 2018 to Jen Austin (jenaustin@scouts.ca)

– In the subject line, please specify “CEC Youth Recognition Ceremony Application“
– There is no need to send in the original form unless you do not have access to a computer. In this case, please send the forms to the COSC (10 Kodiak Cr., Unit 120, Toronto, ON , M3J 3G5) and mark the envelope Attention: Jen Austin – CEC Youth Recognition Ceremony Application

Presentations for The North Star Award (Beavers) and The Seeonee Award (Cubs) will be done at the Group / Area level.

If there are any questions or issues, please contact our Deputy Council Commissioner – Special Events, Peter Marsh (peter.marsh@scouts.ca)

Mississauga Area Beaver Buggy/Kub Kar/Scout Truck Rally 2018

Date – Saturday March 3rd 2018

Time –
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

24th World Scout Jamboree Early Registration Deadline

Once every four years the Scouting youth of the world come together and celebrate what it means to be a Scout! This once-in-a-lifetime experience brings the entire world to your fingertips, where all Scouts can freely and enthusiastically share their cultures with one another in the spirit of the Scout Law. Each and every Scout has but one opportunity to attend a World Jamboree as a Participant.

More than 40,000 Scouting participants from over 150 countries will gather together for WSJ 2019 – join them and represent Canada on the world stage!

The early registration rate ENDS December 15, 2017 at 11:59 p.m. Register now to save

Info Session WJ19 for Mississauga – Wed Nov 29

Attention Scouters – Please give this information to every youth member of your Troop (and his or her parents) whose birthday falls between July 22, 2001 and July 21, 2005). They are eligible to become a participant in the Canadian Contingent to the World Jamboree 2019. Whatever you think the obstacles will be for them they all deserve the chance to get information and to make their decision as to whether to go or not. Please bring or send them with a parent.

World Jamboree 2019 – Information Session
Hosted by 6th Erin Mills and 3rd Meadowvale for all of Mississauga
Wednesday November 29th at 7:30pm
Erindale Presbyterian Church
1560 Dundas Street West, Mississauga

  • This information Session is intended to bring together individuals who may wish to go to the Jamboree. It is the opportunity to establish links with others for the purpose of patrol formation, fund raising or both.
  • Canada along with the USA and Mexico are joint hosts to this Jamboree and it is close and therefore less expensive. It can be made an affordable adventure.
  • Youth members have only one opportunity during their time in Scouting to attend as a youth participant and it is the ultimate Scouting experience one can have. There will be more than 40,000 participants from over 150 countries of the world.
  • An Early Bird Discount is available to those who commit before Dec 15, 2017.
  • Information will also be available for adult volunteers who want to become part of the International Service Team which supports the Jamboree.

Doctor Who camp

Location: Camp Manitou
Date: April 20th to the 22nd
Cost: $25/youth, $20/Scouter&OOS
Theme: Doctor Who
Registration: Online through www.npema.ca
Registration is open now
Questions: contact camps.npema@gmail.com

Update – CEC Youth Development Weekend

Please note that the Youth Development Weekend scheduled for the October 14-15 weekend has been postponed due to low registrations. There are plans in the works to run it at some point in the future, however no dates have yet been determined. We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused.

Yours in Scouting,
Alexander Court – DCYC, Youth Development

Volunteer Position – Yellow Briar Area Commissioner

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 ken.broad@scouts.ca

Thank you

Deanna Devito – Central Escarpment Council Youth Commissioner
David Frederick – Central Escarpment Council Commissioner
Ian Foss- Executive Director Scouts Canada

Volunteer Position – Burlington Area Commissioner

Burlington 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 Burlington Area.

Interested individuals can apply via email to ken.broad@scouts.ca

 

Thank you

Deanna Devito – Central Escarpment Council Youth Commissioner
David Frederick – Central Escarpment Council Commissioner
Ian Foss- Executive Director Scouts Canada

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