clipboardSuccessful completion of our program provides credit toward completion of the Duke of Edinburgh Youth Awards Program.

The curriculum emphasizes leadership, motivational and interpersonal skill development.

Skill development and informational sessions include:

  • Leadership skills,
  • Critical thinking,
  • Life skills, and
  • Car Maintenance

There will be a Best Camper Award in memory of the late Randy Sherstobitoff presented which comes with a monetary fund of $100.00.

The campers are given the opportunity to provide feedback, to share in decision-making and to participate in camp work under the watchful eye of competent and dedicated staff which includes an experienced medical attendant.

They also participate in the development of the camp newspaper, which contains information that supplements and reinforces the material presented during the day, as well as providing topical information, personal profiles, and other enjoyable material.

But it is not all work for the campers! There is plenty of time for fun, sport, social and leisure activities that serve as a foundation for the development of a positive, responsible leadership attitude, lasting friendships and plenty of terrific memories.

Other activities include:

  • Scavenger Hunt
  • Slip and Slide & Water fight
  • Kick Ball
  • Softball
  • Dance
  • Fireworks

Presenters for 2018

Keynote Speakers

  • Ernie Louttit: One of the first indigenous members of the Saskatoon Police Force. He is an author of two books, “Indian Ernie” and  “Insights from the Street”.
  • Steve Bell. Steve is an energetic businessman who excels in networking. He will be talking about Social Capital.

Other Confirmed Presenters

  • Kaitlin Olmsted:  A 2nd year Engineering Student with the U of S and a member of Engineers without Borders. Winner of the Governor General's Award when she graduated from Swift Comprehensive High School. She is the developer of a workshop on teaching students how to learn from failure effectively.
  • Don Ford: Will present on "Personality Profiles in  Colour and Leadership Skills". Don was a bank manager and now does real estate part time.
  • Mike Keogan: Will present on "How to be Successful in a Job Interview". Mike is a successful businessman from Regina
  • Roger Petry:  Will present on "Critical Thinking". Roger is an Associate Professor of Philosophy & Co-coordinator, RCE Sask., Luther College at the University of Regina.  
  • Pat Hutchinson: Will present on "Basic Maintenance on Your Car". Pat has owned his own garage for several years in North Battleford
  • The Red Cross: Will be conducting a workshop “Beyond the Hurt” and “Healthy Relationships”
  • Prince Albert EMT:  Will be presenting on "Emergency "Preparedness".
  • Dean Elliott: Will present on Career Choices. Dean has been involved with education and curriculum in all faucets of education. Dean currently is a “Science Consultant” in the curriculum unit for the Ministry of Education. Dean will be the coordinator for the 2019 Masonic Youth Leadership Camp.
  • Joshua Painchaud: Will do a variety of “Leadership Games” designed to bring out leadership skills from the participants. Joshua is a young energetic journeyman carpenter who works in the construction industry around Yorkton.

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