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We have our Area Rally Day coming up on February 13th 2016. We're expecting large crowds, same as last year and have a write up posted on our website at http://3rascouts.com/2016/01/20/rally-day-2016-feb-13/.

This is an annual event that takes place along the dikes in Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows. It starts are Jerry Sulina Park and ends at the Pitt River Bridge (younger sections can stop at Harris Road). There are activity/interpretive stations along the trail for youth of all ages. This event is open to members of Scouts Canada and Girl Guides. This year's event takes place on April 16th 2016. This event is also operated/supported by the Three Rivers Area Service Team and the 31st Alouette Baden Powell Guild.

There is an annual Founder's Day (Baden Powell) dinner being held at Camp Whonnock on February 28th 2016. This is a popular event operated by the 31st Alouette Baden Powell Guild and always sells out each year. Tickets go fast and funds raised go to help with youth programs in the Three Rivers Area, including Rally Day, Night Hike, Camps, etc. Info on the 3RA site at:

http://3rascouts.com/2016/01/26/founders-dinner-feb-28/

Please download the attached notices for information on the upcoming Woodbadge II, to be held July 2 to July 9th at Camp McLean.

Another super successful Cub Skills Camp with over 300 Cubs and Scouters, parents and Offers of Service taking in the beautiful weather at the large venue of Centennial Beach, Boundary Bay Park.

Cubs rotated through 12 fantastic stations that included No Trace Fire, Water Safety, Focus Flex, PJ and WJ Jamboree, Knife Safety, Knots, Scouts Own, SAR (Search & Rescue), Simple Shelters, T-Shirt Silk Screening, Rope Making, Woggle Making and First Aid.

TV presenters Sakis and George from the Greek travel show "World Party" were also on hand to help out and enjoy the activities along side the Cubs. See you next year in November, date to be confirmed shortly.

Are you passionate about Scouting? Do you want to be the voice of youth in your Council?

Fraser Valley Council is looking for NOMINATIONS AND APPLICATIONS for enthusiastic youth to fill the role of Deputy Council Youth Commissioner-Training

Role of Deputy Council Youth Commissioner (DCYC):

Please click DCYC - Training to view the job description.

The National Youth Network is seeking applications for Council Youth Commissioner (CYC) in Fraser Valley Council. Please read here for more information.

The DCC Recognition is seeking applications for DAC Recognition for the following 3 areas in Fraser Valley Council. Please see the volunteer page for more information.

Camp McLean – October 2nd , 3rd & 4th

THIS YEAR’s Camp Kick-Off will be another fun filled adventure for all!

Third year Scouts will be participating in a C. The Basic Scouting Skills Program will be on Saturday and will enable 1st year Scouts to earn their permits. There are still many exciting events for the Activity Scouts to choose from on Saturday and Sunday. Lunch will be provided on Saturday. There will be activities for all participants on Saturday evening.

  • This year 3rd year camp is at Gold Creek Golden Ears Park.
  • Meeting at parking lot at 5:15 ready to hike at 5:30.
  • Late comers please arrange ahead of time with Brent
  • Cost to be $10.00 for those participating in the Leave No Trace
  • and $5.00 for those not participating. To cover cost of badges
  • Kick-off and Leave No Trace for leaders, staff, and youths.

More information please e-mail or phone

Peter Way ventureadvisorpeter@gmail.com
Brennan Way brennanjlway@outlook.com
Brent Japp brent@brentjapp.com 604-720-4805 (cell)

 

DEFINITION: for the purpose of this registration package, Scouts NOT participating in the Basic Scouting Skills Program will be referred to as Activity Scouts.

Download the attachments for more information.

Volunteer positions are open for:

Deputy Council Commissioner, Child & Youth Safety

Deputy Council Commissioner Special Events

 

Please click on the titles for more information about these exciting roles.

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