|James Bay Frontier Division
The District Commissioner, made headlines in February as she was hold-up in the Timmins Square until all her cases of cookies were sold. She was rescued after selling 64 cases of our chocolate/vanilla cookies.
A Guider from Timmins, had her idea for a camp stool published in the Canadian Guider- Spring 2000 issue. Look for it on page 34.
Earth Day party planned for April.
Day Camp in June
Kapuskasing now has Sparks and Guides as well as Brownies.
Hornepayne Brownies, Guides and Pathfinders have completed the El Salvador Challenge.
During Thinking Week a dance was held and the proceeds, $159.63, will be donated to the El Salvador Challenge and the Canadian Friendship Fund.
The Pathfinders have been meeting at the Spruce Hill Lodge and helping the seniors.
The Guides are fundraising for Science North. They are planning a bike raffle and a spaghetti supper.
Their Commissioner is back in full swing after giving birth to her son. Welcome back.
All the Units have been working on program.
Brownies are close to completing their Opening Windows Challenge.
The Sparks are bridging with the Brownies.
Mint Cookie Day went well in spite of the rain. They sold calendars along side the cookies and this went very well.
The Brownies and Pathfinders are bridging by going curling.
Guides went on a nature walk and learnt some winter survival skills.
Pathfinders took Buttercup, their District Bear to their Gold camp.
Sparks have toured OPP station and library.