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  • Hamilton-Wentworth Scouting | Where the Hamilton Wentworth Scouts get the "OUT" in Scouting.
    interested in hearing your comments and feedback Please feel free to drop a line to our webmaster Pages Updated Adult Training Upcoming Events Scouters On behalf of Scouter Sandra Taylor Nomination Committee Chair As Scouter Tony Mizzi approaches the end of his term as Hamilton Area Commissioner and Scouter John Augstman approaches the beginning of his term we have begun our search to find Hamilton Wentworth Area s next Deputy Area Commissioner Nominations are now open and will be closing on January 24th 2016 at 5 00pm localtime Please find attached information on how to nominate a willing candidate or submit your own interest for this Role Nominations are closed Thank you for all your nominations Commissioner s Council Thursday February 11 2016 7 00PM Fruitbelt INCREDIBLE BANNOCK Tuesday May 17 2016 Hamilton Wentworth Area Scouting runs programs for boys and girls in five different age groups Beavers Scouts For youth 5 to 7 years of age Cubs Scouts For youth 8 to 10 years of age Scouts For youth 11 to 14 years of age Venturer Scouts For youth 14 to 17 years of age HVAC Hamilton Venturer Advisor Council Rover Scouts For young adults 18 to 26 years

    Original URL path: http://www.hwscouting.ca/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Dispatch | Hamilton-Wentworth Scouting
    also placed on HW Area Web Page contact the Webmaster Deadlines for the Dispatch are September 10 for the October issue November 10 for the December issue January 10 for the February issue March 10 for the April issue June 1 for the June July issue August 10 for the September issue Click below for your printable copy of the Scouter s Dispatch Newsletter 2016 February 2015 2014 2013 February

    Original URL path: http://www.hwscouting.ca/document-links/dispatch/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Camps | Hamilton-Wentworth Scouting
    be made online HERE Assistance in booking a camp is available at our Help Desk Camp Booking Firewood Fact Sheet MOUNT NEMO SCOUT CAMP FEE SCHEDULE Notes for Hamilton Wentworth Scouting Groups All Groups or Sections including those from Hamilton Wentworth Area are required to pay the Day Use fees per person for all Special Events Day Use fees for these Special Events are part of the SWOAC Event Coordinator

    Original URL path: http://www.hwscouting.ca/camp-bookings/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Camp Booking | Hamilton-Wentworth Scouting
    or 1 888 SCOUTS NOW E mail swocamps scouts ca To reserve a building or site at Camp Nemo or Ragged Falls click here To see other Scout camps available click here Keys Effective February 1 2010 all groups who borrow a key for a building at Camp Nemo will be required to leave a 20 00 key deposit cheque on file at the Help Desk If keys for camp are not returned to the Help Desk within one week of using camp the cheque will be cashed Remember Camp Factors no longer return a group s key to the Help Desk Cost Usage of Camp Nemo and Ragged Falls is still no charge for Hamilton Wentworth Area groups that participate in Apple Day However per the notice above you must leave a 20 00 deposit for any keys borrowed from the Help Desk as of February 1 2010 FEE SCHEDULE Revised through SWO regularly Changes to Booking Procedures In order to support the new internet based booking system some changes have been made in the booking procedures Camp Nemo Facilities Directions to Camp Nemo Help Needed Ragged Falls Facilities Directions to Ragged Falls Property Review Update O Reg 170

    Original URL path: http://www.hwscouting.ca/camp-booking/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Mount Nemo | Hamilton-Wentworth Scouting
    wilderness sites stressing zero impact on the environment to large group campsite with car parking located nearby Camp Nemo Fix It List Email Gino Sferrazza for more information on your project Drinking water is from the Region of Halton trucked in stored in holding tanks and further treated prior to distribution to buildings and water stations Numerous hiking trails are on site including the perimeter trail that takes in just about every corner of the camp As mentioned above the Bruce Trail is just minutes away After joining the trail at 2 Sideroad and Walkers Line the trail climbs the escarpment through a fissure Once on top of the escarpment the trial continues over fairly level terrain criss crossed with fissures some of which lead into a system of vertical caves The trail continues on to Mt Nemo Conservation area The view from the top of the escarpment is spectacular A short distance away is Rattlesnake Point Conservation area one of Ontario best spots for rock climbing and Crawford Lake Conservation area rare meromictic lake Check out Conservation Halton for additional details On Site resources HICOP highcop Hencher Interpretive Centre for Outdoor Program Camp Nemo Program Kits These kits are available from the Camp Factor Large group multiple group camp fire area Each building and campsite also has their own camp fire area 2 chapels 1 in a forested area 1 nestled in a quiet corner surrounded by trees Open fields for large wide game activities Winter sports cross country skiing snowshoeing tobogganing 48 picnic tables through out the camp Pioneering Equipment spars and rope are available for use Garbage Bin is for regular garbage only All recyclables please take with you Other items to Note Please check in with Camp Factor the onsite volunteer manager for the weekend upon

    Original URL path: http://www.hwscouting.ca/camp-bookings/mt-nemo/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Scenes | Hamilton-Wentworth Scouting
    comes to outdoor program and environmental issues The WOSM guidelines state that A Scout Centre of Excellence for Nature and Environment SCENES Centre is a very special place It is a centre that has made a long term commitment to protect the environment and promote environmental understanding A SCENES Centre is committed to protecting its natural environment minimizing its environmental impact and enabling all who are connected with the centre to engage with nature and become empowered to make their own personal commitment to the environment A SCENES Centre leads by example and acts as a positive role model to other Scout and non Scout centres to its guests and to its local community It can provide real hands on educational activities for Scouts and training opportunities for leaders equipping them with an enthusiasm for nature and a desire to do something positive for the environment in their home life How will this affect the camp There is a good chance that we will get visitors from around the world Our programs are already attracting many groups from outside Hamilton Wentworth We will now have more credibility when we approach potential donors especially for environmental projects But the biggest change

    Original URL path: http://www.hwscouting.ca/camp-bookings/mt-nemo/scenes/ (2016-02-13)
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  • History Nemo | Hamilton-Wentworth Scouting
    YEARS OF CAMPING THE HISTORY OF MOUNT NEMO SCOUT CAMP 1946 1996 was compiled by Rick Elop as part of the celebration of the 50 th anniversary of Mt Nemo Scout Camp We are pleased to be able to offer this resource to Scouters and other volunteers who continue to make the camp a great place for youth of all ages to have adventures that last a lifetime Click here

    Original URL path: http://www.hwscouting.ca/history-nemo/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Ragged Falls | Hamilton-Wentworth Scouting
    explore Algonquin Park or do some winter camping northern Ontario style The building will sleep 8 on the floor has no electricity but does have a large kerosene heater that will keep the building heated even on the coldest nights You need to bring your own kerosene if planning on using or purchase locally Drinking water is your own responsibility and should be brought from home or you may draw

    Original URL path: http://www.hwscouting.ca/camp-bookings/ragged-falls/ (2016-02-13)
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