This Week 2017-AUG-08 Night at Tende Beck

MEET: 7:00 pm, Manningham Tende Beck Scout Group,
Cnr High street & Doncaster rd, Doncaster, Victoria 3108
PICKUP: 8:30 pm Manningham Tende Beck Scout Group
Organised by: Luke (Manningham Venturers)
FB Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/581663228888452/

Meeting with Tende Beck all ability Group.
5 High St, Doncaster VIC 3108 – Entry off Paul Street

NOTICE: 2017-Aug-05 (Sat) Commemorative Service for the Centenary of the Battle of Ypres

Commemorative Service for the Centenary of the Battle of Ypres – Menin Road, Passchendaele and Zonnebeke commences at 2:00pm Saturday 5th August.

1st Eltham Rovers / Venturers / Scouts / Cubs / Joeys to provide the Flag party for this service.

VENUE: St Margaret’s Anglican Church – Eltham
79 Pitt St, Eltham, Victoria, Australia 3095
TIME: Arrive at 1:30pm for instructions. Service: 2 PM

Please find attached the Order of Service – for Saturday 5 August Commemorative Service for the Centenary of the Battle of Ypres 2017 [PDF]. Printed booklets for the Order of Service will be available at the church.

This Week 2017-Aug-01 Vocations #1 – The CV

❝ CV, Curriculum vitae, a summary of academic and professional history and achievements. In some countries a CV is the first item that a potential employer encounters regarding the job seeker and is typically used to screen applicants, often followed by an interview, when seeking employment. ❞

vocations

MEET: at the hall at 7:30 pm
PICKUP: At the hall 9:30 pm
Organised by: Liam

Vocations (Venturer Award Level)
Encourage investigation of some aspects of employment opportunities enabling Venturer Scouts to better understand the roles and responsibilities in a range of vocations.

1. Prepare a personal resume to present to, and discuss with, at least two employers. Where possible, one employer should be from a major business and the other a small local business. The resume should include a covering letter which would be relevant should a written application be required. A request should be made to the interviewer to do a short report on the presentation of the interview held. This report to be brought back and discussed at Unit level.

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2017-Jul-25 Unit In Council – Pizza & Processes

Pizza

How would you define a functioning Unit Council?

If a Unit Council is functioning and experienced (determined by the Z/DVL), Venturers only need an Examiner approved at Z/DVC. — Role of the Zone-District Venturer Council (V1.1 – 27-6-17)

Unit Council – Pizza & Processes
7:30pm to 9:30pm in the Meeting Room at the Hall.
Please read through the Unit Council – Job Descriptions.

⚜ What does the Unit Council do?
⚜ What does the Unit Chairman do?
⚜ What paperwork does the Unit Secretary need to look after?
⚜ Where do I find a minutes template?
⚜ Where is the Unit Log Book?
⚜ How does the Unit Treasurer do the banking?
⚜ What gear does the Unit have that I need to look after?

Come along to the Pizza & Processes night and we’ll work through what each of the roles in the Unit Council actually do.

Venturer Units are run by a group of elected youth members who along with the Venturer Leaders form the Unit Council. Ideally the Unit Council meets once a month and Unit Council positions are elected every 12 months. The Unit Council members are: Unit Chairman, Deputy Unit Chairman, Unit Secretary, Unit Treasurer, Unit Equipment Officer (Quartermaster) and Unit Log Book Officer.

PROPOSED AGENDA
1.0 Minutes of Last Meeting
2.0 Business Arising from Minutes
3.0 Correspondence In
4.0 Correspondence Out
5.0 Health & Safety
6.0 Leaders Report
7.0 Financial Report
8.0 District Report
9.0 Awards / Proposals / Completions (Bring along your planning)
Please use the Badge Activity Statement v1.0 [PDF] form when submitting a badge work proposal to the Unit Council.
10.0 New Business
10.1 Review Constitution of the 1st Eltham Venturer Unit (v1.0)
11.0 Term Program
12.0 Next Meeting

This Week 2017-Jul-18 β€˜Splash down’ at WarterMarc!


It’s the first night back, it’s still pretty darn chilly and we’re all back to the joys of school. All these premises only lead to only one conclusion, time for a paddle in the local pool!

Honestly there is nothing like that sudden epiphany when you’re plummeting down a water-slide and finally solve that mathematics problem you’ve been ‘trying’ to figure out all holidays ;’)

MEETING OPEN: 6:00 pm (Water-Slide closes at 7:00)
MEETING CLOSE: 8:30pm
LOCATION: Greensborough Watermarc
1 Flintoff St. Greensborough 3088
COST: $12.60per person

Bring swimming suitable clothing & a scarf/uniform for the discount.

Organised by: Chris

β€œLife is like a water-slide, no matter how many times it tries to throw you off, just enjoy the ride!”