Presentation on theme: "Maryborough, Fraser Coast, QLD 1-14 th January 2013."— Presentation transcript:
Maryborough, Fraser Coast, QLD 1-14 th January 2013
Candy Troop Leader Rahn - Activities Darren Health & Welfare Casper
The Troop will be made up of 6 Patrols of 6 Scouts 2 girls and 4 boys per patrol PL and APL selected by the Patrol Approved by Leaders Patrols will be put together at Shakedown Camp
Patrol Leader rewards – reception, badge, extra gear
Practice hand washing before AND after meals at home so that it is automatic at Jamboree Troop D02 is a Gastroenteritis Free Zone. No Gastroenteritis is allowed in!
Medications and vitamins can be managed through dosettes.
No, we aren’t going by boat or plane! A large number of buses, possibly 80, will leave Victoria on January 1 st J013 to return on January 14 th.
Slow Food = low energy, low mood, low resilience Low nutritional value Jamboree is an endurance activity!
This is the only true energy drink!
Natural Disasters Security in and out of the site First Aid Nasty Critters Biggest Risk – Gastro WASH YOUR HANDS!
On the bus At the Jamboree Denominations Limits Troop Slush Fund Troop Badge Remaining Jamboree payments
Hand washing Ambulance Cover Communications
The Scouts will be very busy and are unlikely to contact parents while they are away. Scouts LOVE getting letters and s from family and friends. D02 website to be updated. Payphones are each campground. HQ are the only Leaders who will contact parents.
Prerequisites Camping: 10 nights under canvas 4 consecutive nights under canvas Approval of Scout Leader and Group Leader Scouts can be sent home from Jamboree at a cost of Approximately $1500 to the family of the Scout.
Market Day Visitors Days – 5 th, 6 th and 7 th January Follow the D02 My Scout Site Check out aj2013.scouts.com.au for updates Watch the Live Cam See us on TV Candy and Rahn following the muddy Commando course at AJ2010…
Washing clothing Hygiene Care of personal gear Use a knife!!! Wash and dry dishes
Shakedown Camp On the Bus to Jamboree In the Jamboree Bag
Groups are expected to provide tents and cooking and cleaning equipment Scouts need: Sleeping Bag Sleeping Mat – self inflating type Old Clothes Bathers and rashie tops
Jamboree Scarf 2 t-shirts Hat Water bottles Bag Back pack Bum bag Contingent Badges Personal Hand sanitiser Luggage tags
Valuable items Camp stretchers Mobile Phones Ipods/pads/electronic devices
Dream It, Live it, Do it… Love it… Big Day out – Beach and Australia Zoo Climb it Abseiling, Rock Climbing, Flying Fox Tag it Laser Tag, Nerf Zone Soak it Giant Slide, horizontal Bungy, slippery pole, beach volleyball Smash it Car smashing, spray painting, blower vac soccer Clown it Trapeze, circus school, unicycles, trampolines Make it Plumbing, concreting, electrical, carpentry, welding Splash it rafts, water park, snorkelling, sand sculptures, games Explore it Maryborough Great Race Endure it Endurance activity
S Scouts with Casper and Rahn Parents with Candy and Darren
Girls and parents with Rahn and Candy Boys and Parents with Casper and Darren