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Wed, Oct. 1st, 2008, 10:00 pm
wolfp10: Scout Scoop 2008 in Denmark

This information was passed along to me, so I am passing it along to my fellow Scouters...

http://www.scouts.dk/Events/Scout%20Scoop.aspx

Scout Scoop is an event arranged by the KFUM-Scouts in Denmark. The idea is a 100 % international camp held in Denmark with participants and staff from all over the world, so the camp language is English – as good as we know it! You can expect a camp for your life! The top of it all is of course that we are celebrating New Years Eve together, and with 50 scouts from all over the world, this evening will be unforgettable, but it’s not the only thing.

This year we will, among other things, have “an international evening”, a hike, a lot of traditional scout activities from all over the world, and then of course a lot of fun, surprises and a really, really great time.

The staff will arrange the programme, BUT there will also be plenty of space to join with your national activity or come up with other great stuff, if you feel like it…

We will sleep indoor at the scout centre, work in mixed patrols some of the time and a part of the staff will be in charge of the cooking – but it doesn’t mean that we perhaps don’t have to cook around a campfire or sleep in the snow one night (if we are lucky and getting snow this Christmas in Denmark).

When is it?

The event will start the 27th of December 2008 and end the 1st of January 2009.

What will it cost?

141 € or 1050 DDK.

JOIN US!!! Mail our national head office with your name, address, email and scout organization and we will get back to you! Looking forward to see you the 27th of December!


I attended Scout Scoop during the 2001-2002 winter break. It is an absolute fantastic trip for older scouts who are looking to broaden their horizons in scouting. I am still in touch with several scouts I met nearly 7 years ago.

If you or someone you know is interested in attending, let me know and I will get them in touch with the organizers. They are extremely helpful in making arrangements for scouts to get to the camp.

Thu, Oct. 2nd, 2008 03:09 am (UTC)
rilms

Ah!!! I so want to go!! But I'm too old :'( Probably for the best...I don't have the airfare money :'(