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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

Feb 17, 2018
Klondike hike is a winter challenge that involves scouts and ventures and now girl guides with 5-7 youth per team. It involves scouting skills in a series of checkpoints spread over five kilometers. Each checkpoint tests a different winter skill: -Ice rescue -Knots and lashing -Shelter building -First aid -Fire lighting -Gorge crossing -Alaskan climb -Canoeing preparedness
Jun 30, 2018 to Jul 8, 2018
This seven year progressive camp provides you with many skills for use out in the wilderness.
Jun 29, 2018 to Jul 8, 2018
Imagine if you will – Awaken to the call of the loon, and see the mist slowly rise off the lake to greet the sun as it peeks over the trees. You watch a hawk make lazy circles in the new morning sky, you may see a deer, elk or moose along the shore or hear a tree fall that a beaver has cut down! After breakfast, you shoulder your backpack for a day of adventure . . .. . . hike with map and compass or GPS over wooded hills, through meadows filled with wildflowers…. . . In your canoe feel the rush of skimming softly across a placid lake as your flashing paddle dips into the water, silently approaching beaver and other wild life along the shore.. . . . at days end; with your newfound friends, setting up your camp, and reflecting on your experience in the warm glow of a campfire….. watch the stars and hear the howl of a distant coyote as you snuggle into your sleeping bag . . . . now, if it wasn’t for that one mosquito!!

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