For official information about Scouting, go to the Scouts Canada site.
You may also contact Roger Ledressay, membership volunteer: email@example.com. Registration fee is $200 + group levy (May 1, 2018 - Aug 31, 2019).
HSR Haliburton Scout Reserve Compostite Camp Aug 11-18
White Pine Council (Scouts Canada) is hosting a fantastic week in the woods for Scouts aged 11-14. Our campsite on Lake
Kennabi is water access only and youth will be canoeing everyday! This a real outdoor experience, camping in tents, cooking our own
meals and then checking out the fantastic programs available. Sailing, kayaking, archery, rappelling, badge trading and more!
We will also compete in a camp wide regatta with lots of water based events. This is ideal for Scouts who want to camp in summer but
thier troop doesn't have anything planned.
Red Cross Standard First Aid, CPR, AED (Blended)
May 19, 2018 from 9:00am to 6:00pm at Optimist Hall, 475 Salisbury St, Oshawa. This is a BLENDED first aid course meaning you will be expected to complete an online pre-course program PRIOR to attending the one day (8hrs) skills workshop. If you do not complete the online component BEFORE Friday May 18th at 11 pm you will NOT be permitted to attend and participate in the skills sessions on May 19th. Successful completion of BOTH the online component AND the one day skills session is required to earn your Standard First Aid and CPR certification. Register and Pay: wpc.scouts.ca
Cuboree at Warsaw Caves
June 8-10 Take your Cub Scouts underground to discover nooks and very dark spaces, tight corners and deep cravasses, experience canoeing on still water, hike to the "kettles" carved over thousands of years. Enjoy a great weekend of adventure with fair weather camping and some great activities. Fee includes bussing to site and all activities. Camping and meals - come self contained to care for your youth's needs. Registration Info.
Paddling to Canada's Centennial - 50 years ago
As the country prepares to celebrate 150 years since Confederation, staff at the Archives at Whitby
Public Library have been busy preparing three fragile scrapbooks to mark the 50 anniversary of an
Market Survey for "Adventurers
As students at the Ivey Business School in London Ontario, we are currently conducting research to gauge interest in products relating to Lyme disease/ticks. Would you consider yourself an outdoor "adventurer"? Do you enjoy outdoor activities such as camping, hiking, boating activities, hunting, gardening, or fishing? Please take a few moments to complete our Google Docs quick survey.
Whitby Area Venturers and Rovers
Senior sections in Scouting youth in Whitby Area have a forum to share activities.
Area Commissioner's Meetings Update Groups on What's Ahead
Next Forum is Thursday May 24, 7:00 pm, St Marks, 201 Centre St S
Here is the link to the final version of the new Scouter�s manual. Please share as you see fit. scouter-manual.pdf
Scouting's Honours & Awards for Volunteers
Wouldn't it be nice to be recognized for your volunteer years, special efforts and hard sweat? We have a co-ordinator to help you with just that. Scouts Canada has a wide range of awards and pins to show thanks to its volunteers but it needs you to initiate the process. You can suggest a name, write out what you know about the Scouting efforts of the individual, then submit it to the committee for consideration. For more information about awards, contact Terry Eldridge.
More Volunteers Wanted
We are always looking for passionate volunteers who would like to bring Scouting to their local community. Check out www.scoutvolunteer.ca for more information.
White Pine Council Administration Forms Web page
Avoid using outdated forms for your Scouting administration. Go to White Pine Council Admin Forms for the most up to date resources available.
Send comments about this page to Brian Wick, website co-ordinator: firstname.lastname@example.org.