Congratulations, Pathfinders! We earned +$180 for the CWFF at the karaoke fundraiser we hosted last week! We’d set our unit goal at raising $100, so congrats – you almost doubled that! What a fun night and amazing team effort.
This Wednesday, we’re starting an amazing sock monkey crafting project. We’ll be working on some crafting skills, but more importantly, be creating some lovely buddies to take home upon completion! This is a great hands-on project with fun take-home product.
Remember, we’re collecting forms and payment for the kayaking course in June with EcoMarine Paddlesport. Bring your detail back as soon as possible to secure your spot!
This week we’re hosting our amazing karaoke fundraising evening for the Canadian World Friendship Fund! This event is being hosted by our unit for friends and others. Below are the items you’ve all signed up to bring – please remember to bring the following:
- Treats to sell at the concession: K.C., N.T., M.M., E.S., A.D., O.L., S.R., A.M.
- Selfie Station Booth Costumes: E.S., A.R., S.R., J.P.
- Karaoke Machine and Microphones: M.L.
- Extension Cord: K.C.
- Facepaint and Facepaint books: A.D., E.S.
Also, bring a few $$s for the concession, coin toss, and crest, and bring your guests + tickets and ticket sales money!
Please arrive no later than 6:15 pm to set up for the 7:00 pm party start. The party ends at 9:00 pm, so pick-up no earlier than 9:15 pm.
Lastly, tonight is the last chance to bring your forms and payment back for the CWFF bowl-a-thon this coming Sunday at Old Orchard Lanes. Also, keen to do the kayaking course with EcoMarine Paddlesport in June? The forms and information are available now! Bring them back any time!
We are heading to Mount Seymour this Sunday for a fun hike on the Dog Mountain Trail! We will meet at the trailhead at 9:00 am, pickup is at 2:00 pm. It looks like it will be sunny but chilly, so dress appropriately.
- layered clothing, including hat and mittens/gloves
- snowshoes (if you are bringing your own)
- 2L water
- mug for hot chocolate
We’re doing an amazing kayaking training course with EcoMarine Adventures!
Over this two-day course, you will learn the essential kayaking skills needed for a great water-sport adventure. On the water we focus on skills such as boat handling, launching, landing and balancing. Once comfortable in the kayak you will learn how to safely exit your kayak in the event of a capsize, how to get back in with the help of a partner and how to get back in on your own. You will earn the Paddle Canada Basic Kayak certification upon completion.
Please complete the forms below and return with payment to a Unit Guider no later than May 2, 2018. Payment can be made in two instalments of $50 payable by May 2, and remainder payable May 30 (you can use Spring cookie cash, too!).
More information, including what to bring, is available in the Event Calendar posting.
By completing this course, you will complete the following modules: Out on the Trails #3 (kayak training), Outdoor Know How #8 (water safety), and Outdoor Know How #9 (weather forecasting).
We’re learning all about planning a trip to the outdoors – especially in the winter – in preparation for our snowshoe outing to Dog Mountain on Feb 18! If you haven’t brought back forms and payment yet for the snowshoe event or the CWFF bowl-a-thon on Feb 25, please bring them tonight.
We’ll be covering off:
Winter Wonderland #4 – layering
Survivor Girl #5 – prepare for the woods
Survivor Girl #6 – route planning
Outdoor Know How #1 – plan a trip away from civilization
Plus…. a camp planning budgeting exercise in preparation for our camp in May!
These activities all count towards your Canada Cord!
We’ll also be handing out the Karaoke Fundraiser tickets tonight!