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  • HelpDesk | Hamilton-Wentworth Scouting
    keys for camp Answer redirect questions from the public regarding group locations The Help Desk will be located in the Board Room the new room beside the new Scout Shop The Help Desk will be open starting September 7 Contact the Help Desk visit in person email scouts interlynx net phone 905 528 5711 write 375 James St S Hamilton ON L8P 3B9 fax 905 528 7919 Correspondence for the

    Original URL path: http://www.hwscouting.ca/helpdesk/ (2016-02-13)
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  • ScoutShop | Hamilton-Wentworth Scouting
    for Telephone 905 528 5711 Email hamiltonshop scouts ca Closed April 3rd 4th 2015 for EASTER Open to all Hours Of Operation Thursday Fridays 3 00 P M to 9 00 P M Saturday 10 00 A M to 4 00 P M Monthly Deals February 2015 Where the Hamilton Wentworth Scouts get the OUT in Scouting News Registration Events Scout Popcorn Apple Day HICOP highcop Scout House HelpDesk Scout

    Original URL path: http://www.hwscouting.ca/scoutshop/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Leadership | Hamilton-Wentworth Scouting
    Documents Resources Search for Leadership Area Service Teams Be A Leader Training and Volunteer Deployment Where the Hamilton Wentworth Scouts get the OUT in Scouting News Registration Events Scout Popcorn Apple Day HICOP highcop Scout House HelpDesk Scout Shop Hamilton

    Original URL path: http://www.hwscouting.ca/leadership/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Service-Teams | Hamilton-Wentworth Scouting
    PopcornHelps ca H W Area Apple Day Co Chairs Amy Chrysler and Cliff Vanderveen appledayhw gmail com Deputy Area Commissioner Honours Awards Bruce Riddiough brucewriddiough bellnet ca 905 549 3453 Honours Awards Committee Linda Sargeant sargelj yahoo ca 905 575 3831 Joanne Eagles jeagles sympatico ca 905 388 5961 Don McAngus donmacphotography hotmail com 905 679 4385 Sandra Taylor Long Service Awards tsuris2 hotmail com 905 689 4983 COLONY Deputy Area Commissioner Brenda Ellison rbrkellison aol com 905 574 2503 PACK Deputy Area Commissioner Patti Troughton ptroughton cogeco ca 289 396 0886 TROOP Deputy Area Commissioner John Wilkinson bladescout7 aol com COMPANY Deputy Area Commissioner Natalie Booth natalietombooth yahoo ca 905 648 6936 Hamilton Venturer Advisory Council HVAC CREW Deputy Area Commissioner Monte MacDonald montgomery macdonald scouts ca 905 699 0600 Special Events Coordinators H W Venturer Rock Climbing Camp Tom or Natalie Booth natalietombooth yahoo ca 905 648 6936 H W Cub Fun Day Coordinator H W Scout Basics Camp Oct 24 26 2014 Tony Mizzi tonymizzi bellnet ca 905 516 7692 H W Beaveree Brenda Ellison rbrkellison aol com Jeff Lewis jeff lewis sympatico ca H W Venturer Survival Camp H W Klondike Coordinator Jan 30 Feb 1

    Original URL path: http://www.hwscouting.ca/service-teams/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Be-A-Leader | Hamilton-Wentworth Scouting
    commit 12 14 hours per month are willing to help your community and learn new skills and successfully complete the volunteer screening process you can be a leader We ll help you every step of the way You ll receive a personal interview provide us with personal references and apply for a Police Records Check With one on one help from an experienced coach you ll participate in a three month orientation and probation period where you ll learn all the basics to help you provide great programs for youth Once you become a leader you re provided with further training and plenty of tools and support to help you on your way You can attend courses and workshops you ll receive Leader magazine every month and you can find lots of resources on the Scouts Canada web site If you would like to be a leader in the Hamilton Wentworth Area contact one of our Commissioners Volunteer Recruitment and Development New Scouters Welcome Kit New Scouters can find an introduction to the background of Scouting the Mission and Vision of Scouts Canada the key Principles Law Promise and the three position statements that are used as the foundation for youth development Volunteer Support Toolkit Scouts Canada wants to ensure that our Section Scouters have the knowledge support sense of commitment and enthusiasm they need to thrive Without making this happen for our volunteers we risk not having the broad impact on the Canada of tomorrow that we know is possible Police Record Check Forms BackCheck com Instructions PRC Renewals via BackCheck Instructions Note if you have been previously fingerprinted you cannot use BackCheck and must renew your PRC in person Hamilton Wentworth Police Services Hamilton Police Services PRC Process Hamilton Police Vulnerable Sector Screening Form NEW Hamilton New Volunteer

    Original URL path: http://www.hwscouting.ca/bealeader/ (2016-02-13)
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  • TrainVolDev | Hamilton-Wentworth Scouting
    Part I provides stills for typical activities that leaders engage in when planning delivering evaluating and managing weekly programs as well as annual program planning Leaders requiring additional training development can acquire these skills through on the job training coaching mentoring or by attending workshops Woodbadge I II Training Application Form Woodbadge Part II focus is on a different skill set including leadership abilities and the more advanced skills leaders

    Original URL path: http://www.hwscouting.ca/trainvoldev/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Youth Training | Hamilton-Wentworth Scouting
    Groups Documents Resources Search for Youth Training AODA Training Child and Youth Safety Online Where the Hamilton Wentworth Scouts get the OUT in Scouting News Registration Events Scout Popcorn Apple Day HICOP highcop Scout House HelpDesk Scout Shop Hamilton Leadership

    Original URL path: http://www.hwscouting.ca/youthtrain/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Hamilton-Wentworth Scouting
    perfect place to learn how to canoe use as a base camp to 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

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