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REGAL '06 - Skills

Program

 

9:15

Arrive, register, receive name tag and folder

 

9:30

Opening Ceremony
Horseshoe, Colours
Welcome, introduce the day’s theme of skills
Official opening by Region Leader
Reading from BP

 

9:40

Ice Breaker

 

9.50

State of the Region Address by Region Leader

 

10.00

World Guiding:

Presentation by Region International Consultant on WAGGGS
Presentation from a Senior Guide about her trip overseas

 

10.20

Programming

 

11:00

Award Presentations

 

11:15

Morning Tea

 

11:30

Roads, Rainbows and Ribbons (badge system)

 

12:15

Guiding Trivia

 

12:30

Lunch

 

1:00

Wide Game

 

3:00

Wide Game Debrief
Een Gonyama
Ceremony presentations
Scores and lollies
Suggestions box

 

3:25

Evaluation
Olave’s Last Message
Colours

 

Catering

Thank you to Northmead Support Group for providing Morning Tea and Lunch - it was delicious!

Name Tags

Thank you to Carol B. for doing these - they were very pretty!

Getting into patrols for the day

Instruction: Put yourself into Patrols for the day, using the following rules:

  • There must be at least five people in your patrol.
  • At least one Pre Junior or Junior leader
  • At least one Guide leader
  • At least one Leader of Adults
  • You may not have in your group more than two people from the same district, and they may not hold the same role.

Calculate the number of years as adult members of Guiding represented by your patrol members.

Pick a Patrol Name, which must have something to do with traditional guiding skills.

Line up in ascending order of service.

First patrol to line up correctly wins a point.

Points System

For each Wide Game base, we had a score board (thanks to Pauline Edwards for drawing it up).

 

Knots

Campfire

Leadership

Tracks

Years

56.25

65

69.5 *

50

Trivia

27.75

23

31

34

First Aid

20

17

16

5

Measurement

1

-

2

3

Clip Chain

123

121

168

122

Kim’s Game

13

15

20?

19

Een Gonyama

-

-

-

-

Knots

11

8

16

6

Fires

30

15

32

29

Compass

-

50

57

20

Extras

18

8

8

8

Total

243.75

257

350

246

* The Leadership Patrol cheated in the years department - they added in the years of service of two Trefoil Guild members who were visiting!

The winning patrol for the day was the Leadership Patrol!