Archive | April, 2005

Four Lakes & Sinnissippi Joint Task Force on Consolidation

Posted on 28 April 2005 by Dan

The Four Lakes Council and Sinnissippi Council, both from Wisconsin, have established a website to provide information and updates from their Joint Task Force on Consolidation.

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Scouting and the United Nations

Posted on 22 April 2005 by Dan

Rome, 22 April 2005 – In the prestigious surroundings of Rome’s Capitol, the World Organization of the Scout Movement (WOSM) signed a memorandum of understanding with the United Nations’ Millennium Campaign.

The agreement establishes a programme between World Scouting and the United Nations aimed at helping young people to become more aware of development issues. On the same occasion, WOSM officially launched its “Youth of the World” campaign.

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Sea Scout Ship Wins Top Honors for Second Straight Year

Posted on 21 April 2005 by admin

Over the weekend of April 15, 16, and 17, eleven Sea Scout units from Oregon and the Puget Sound area gathered at Camp Rilea Armed Forces Training Center at Warrenton, Oregon to compete in the annual Nor’Wester Sea Scout Regatta. Last year the regatta was held at Fort Flagler State Park near Port Townsend, WA. There were 125 people attending the regatta this year.

The Sea Scouts units from Portland were: CITY OF ROSES, SUNSAIL, VOYAGEUR, DEJAVU, DRAGON. The SEA WOLF from Eugene was also present.

The participants from the Puget Sound area were: KELCEMA, Edmonds; PROPELLER and ARGO of Seattle, R.E. GILLISPIE, Olympia, FALCON, Port Townsend.

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