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Prairie Heartland


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Area Commissioner Lynn Eremondi lynn.eremondi@scouts.ca
Area Youth Commissioner Sarah Kent sarah.casonkent@yahoo.ca
Program Specialist - Beavers    
Program Specialist - Cubs    
Program Specialist - Scouts    
Program Specialist - Venturers    
Program Specialist - Rovers    

 

Group Group Commissioner Contact Info
1st Aberdeen/Vonda Group Yvette Woodrow jywoodrow@sasktel.net
1st St. James David Spurr dave.spurr@shaw.ca
1st St. James Group David T Spurr dave.spurr@shaw.ca
46th East Saskatoon Group Kenton Neufeld scouterkenton@gmail.com
51st Montgomery Group Paula Yablonski pky86@sasktel.net
56th Pacific Heights Group Joseph Carroll joey1rocks@gmail.com
64th Lakeview Group Maureen Bourke jhinatsu@sasktel.net
72nd Saskatoon North Group Patricia Cason Kent patricia.kent@lightsource.ca
Prairie Heartland Senior Sections Christian Nielsen christian.nielsen@scouts.ca
Prairie Heartland Senior Sections Christian Nielsen christian.nielsen@scouts.ca
scouterkenton@gmail.com Dale Huffman dale_huffman@rocketmail.com

Prairie Heartland Area info

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Upcomming Events

Jul 1, 2017 to Jul 9, 2017
This seven year progressive camp provides you with many skills for use out in the wilderness.
Jun 30, 2017 to Jul 9, 2017
The remote setting for Camp Pi-Anue is the shore of scenic Gilles Lake in the north central area of Moose Mountain Provincial Park in Southeast Saskatchewan.  Kicked-off with an informal campfire, Pi-Anue is a no trace, long-term (9 day) camp June 30th to July 9th, 2017 inclusive; combining overnight lightweight backpack hiking / canoeing, plus pioneering skills and projects.
Jul 29, 2017 to Aug 6, 2017
Campanoe Challenge (CC) is a nine day, six year progressive canoeing camp for members of Scouts Canada. CC is a family based camp for youth of all ages. CC is a non-profit organization focused on providing affordable rates and a program designed to promote youths developmental skills as well as camping and canoeing. CC is a place where you can meet new friends and spend time with old ones.

Scouts Canada, the country’s leading youth organization, offers challenging programs for boys, girls and youth age 5-26 in thousands of individual groups in most cities and towns across Canada.

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