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Prairie Heartland Area All-Sections Harry Potter Camp

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Event date: 
May 23, 2015 5:00 pm to May 24, 2015 10:00 am
Standard Date:
One Time Event
Location: 
Camp Seeonee
Contact Info: 
Colleen McCaw
Contact Info: 
misc.mikes@sasktel.net
Contact Info: 
(306)261-1387

This will be an all sections camp from Beaver Scouts through Rover Scouts.

At camp youth will get to visit Hogwarts, Diagon Alley, Snape’s Classroom, the Forbidden Forest, Hogsmead, Madam Sprouts Green House, and Hagrid’s Hut, Madam Pomfrey’s infirmary and play in the Tri Wizard Games.
 
The spirit of Scouting and Magic will mix together at this camp for all ages!
 
Youth will learn skills and do activities that relate to scouting (such as working with fire, science experiments and nature hikes) all while hanging with their friends at Hogwarts.
 

Camp and Registration Information

Registration is to be completed by Group. Along with their Youth. Each Group should register enough Scouters to cover ratio. If you are not able to get enough Adults/Leaders to meet the above please contact Colleen at (306)261-1387 or misc.mikes@sasktel.net, other groups may have extras coming.
 
**Groups may come out Friday night but will have to be self-contained till after breakfast
Saturday.**
 
*Adults will be assigned one of two roles at Camp:
1. Activity Station Leaders (2 per activity): Lead the accompanying activity.
Also other camp duties as required.
2. Group Leaders (at least 2 per group): be prepared to ensure 2-deep
leadership within your assigned group at all times while at activities and in transit between activities. Also other camp duties as required.
 
Please be engaged with youth as some activities will require adult participation.
 
Fees:
Camp includes all meals, supplies and a camp crest.
Please make cheques payable to Scouts Canada and forward with your registration:
Important:
Contact leader must ensure that the correct photo release information is filled out for each participating youth, Leader and parent.
 
Contact leader must ensure that all non-Scouting registered helpers have read and signed a copy of the Code of Conduct and have done their Child and youth safety training. Both of these documents are available on the Scouts Canada website. These non- registered adults will not be left alone with the children, they must be accompanied by two registered Scouters at all times.
 
If a non-registered adult is spending the night and they are not a parent or legal guardian of a child at camp they must also provide a valid PRC and VSS

 

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