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Notification
 We
 greet
 you
 in
 the
 name
 of
 Jesus
 to
 welcome
 you
 to
 the
 grand
 adventure
 that
 is
 almost
 a
 reality:
 “Conquering
Giants,
¡What
a
good
thing!”
 
 The
 long
 awaited
 III
 Inter‐American
 Camporee
 needs
 your
 strength,
 vision,
 your
 energy
 and
 your
 compromise
to
make
it
a
reality.
 
 The
Pathfinders
of
the
entire
Inter‐America
awaits
your
leadership
and
tenacity
so
that
together
we
 could
reach
this
extraordinary
adventure.
The
time
has
come
for
recreation,
to
have
fun,
to
share,
to
 grow
 in
 our
 faith
 and
 to
 await
 the
 day
 when
 we
 will
 be
 camping
 out
 with
 Christ
 throughout
 all
 eternity.
 
 We
 place
 this
 information
 bulletin
 in
 your
 hands
 that
 will
 guide
 you
 to
 the
 way
 and
 through
 the
 process
 that
 will
 give
 you
 the
 tools
 and
 opportunities
 to
 be
 apart
 of
 this
 adventure
 and
 make
 your
 dream
 a
 reality:
 to
 share
 (to
 live,
 to
 participate)
 with
 more
 than
 fifteen
 thousand
 pathfinders
 of
 36
 countries,
that
forms
the
Inter‐American
Division.
 
 With
the
confidence
that
you
are
part
of
the
over
comers,
break
free
from
the
obstacles
and
“Conquer
 Giants”.

 
 Your
friends,
 
 Bernardo
Rodríguez

 Youth
Ministry
Director
–
Inter‐American
Division

 Administrative
Director
of
the
Camporee
 
 Hiram
Ruíz
Lugo

 Director
del
Instituto
de
Ministerio
Juvenil,
Universidad
de
Montemorelos
 Director
Ejecutivo
del
Camporee
 camporee@interamerica.org
 
 José
Luis
Bouchot
Díaz
 AY
Director
–
North
Mexican
Union
 Assistant
Executive
Director
of
the
Camporee
 camporee@interamerica.org
 
 Organizing
Committee
 
 
 JUSTIFICATION
OF
THE
BANNER



In
first
place
we
have
David
with
a
sling.
The
faded
lines
around
it
represent
the
movement
that
David
made
 with
his
sling,
and
it
is
done
in
a
way
to
form
the
shape
of
a
heart.
 I
 would
 like
 to
 explain
 why
 a
 heart.
 
 Although
 we
 do
 not
 face
 giants
 measuring
 three
 meters,
 we
 do
 face
 challenges
that
sometimes
look
like
giants
and
they
scare
us.

The
lesson
David
teaches
us
is
simple:
if
in
the
 name
of
Jehovah
of
the
Army,
we
decide
to
defeat
all
that
cause
you
to
doubt
the
loyalty
and
faithfulness
of
our
 powerful
God
while
He
is
guiding
His
people,
a
great
victory
for
our
marvelous
God
is
won
in
the
strong
and
 courageous
hearts
of
His
children.
 The
 first
 thing
 we
 need
 to
 conquer
 in
 order
 to
 be
 true
 Pathfinders
 is
 our
 hearts,
 because
 life
 flows
 from
 the
 heart.
 It
 was
 with
 a
 courageous
 and
 strong
 heart
 that
 David
 defeated
 Goliath;
 Joseph
 kept
 his
 integrity
 before
 sin;
 Daniel
prayed
to
his
God
with
the
windows
open
in
spite
of
the
royal
decree
….
 Concerning
the
colors,
yellow
represents
youth
and
energy
and
Christ´s
justice,
blue
represents
loyalty,
and
red
 the
blood
of
Christ.
 The
plaque
to
the
bottom,
along
with
being
a
frame
around
the
Theme
of
the
event,
serves
as
the
base
for
all
the
 elements
which
makes
up
the
entire
banner.



Objetives:



 
 INSPIRE
to
give
their
lives
to
Jesus
and
be
victorious.
 
 ENCOURAGE
a
spirit
of
friendship
and
coexistence
with
other
cultures.

 
 DEVELOP
new
abilities
to
serve
in
the
church
and
the
community.

 
 TRAINGING
DISCIPLES
to
testify
and
impact
the
host
city
with
community
services.

 


Unions,
assistants
and
distribution
of
delegates


 
 Belize


100


North
Mexico


3,000


Central
Mexico


2,000


Cuba


30


Inter‐Oceanic
Mexico


4,000


South
Mexico


4,000


Mid
‐
Central
America


1,100


South
Central
America


1,000


Caribbean


800


West
Indies


800


Puerto
Rico


500


French
Antilles
and
Guyana


200


Guatemala


1200


Dominican
Republic


500


North
Colombia


100


South
Colombia


100


Venezuelan
Antilles


100


East
Venezuela


100


Haiti


100


Others


270



 Total
 



 20,000



Visa
information
and
airlines
that
travel
from
the
different
countries
of
our
Division
to
Mexico


City.

 
 Visas
will
be
processed
with
the
help
of
pastor
Cesar
Maya
Montes
who
is
the
person
responsible
for
 legal
procedures
in
Mexico
for
the
Seventh
‐
day
Adventist
church.
 

 1.
 The
 list
 of
 countries
 that
 need
 visas
 to
 travel
 to
 Mexico
 is
 found
 in
 the
 web
 page
 of
 the
 National
 Institute
of
Immigration,
please
visit:
http://www.inm.gob.mx/index.php?page/Paises_visa.
 2.
It
is
urgent
for
us
to
know
how
many
parents
will
be
accompanying
their
children.
Please
send
the
 list
to
the
local
Conference/Mission.

 4.
Notarized
letters
from
the
parents
of
minors
are
important
for
this
procedure.
 


Date,
place
and
cost

 
 Date
 19
to
23
April,
2011

 


Place



Sport
City,
Mexico.
D.
F.
 Ciudad
Deportiva,
México,
D.F.

 


Theme



“CONQUERING
GIANTS”

 
 Registration
cost
per
person
 $70.00
(Pathfinders,
Master
Guides
and
all
the
support
team).
 
 Payment
Plan

 Early
bird
Pathfinders
$55.00
(January
to
June,
2010)
 Pathfinders$70.00
(July
to
November,
2010)
 Sleeping
Pathfinders
$80.00
(December,
2010
to
January,
2011)
 Distracted
Pathfinders$100.00
(February
to
March,
2011)
 
 The
 organizing
 committee
 of
 the
 Camporee
 will
 reserve
 the
 right
 to
 admission
 as
 soon
 as
 the
 number
of
registrations
have
reached
20,000.
 
 Support
staff
for
club:
For
every
ten
(10)
Master
Guides
or
Pathfinders
of
a
registered
club
is
entitled
 to
pay
$
25.00
USD.
This
fee
is
shared
by/
includes
a
support
person
(cooks
(I),
nurse
(o),
medical),
up
 to
a
total
of
five
(5)
persons.

 This
fee
entitles
you
to
entry
and
use
of
the
facilities.
 BUT
IT
DOES
NOT
entitle
you
to:
Admission
to
Six
Flags.

(please
view
the
Camporee
agenda)



 
 Speakers
 Baraka
Muganda,
Youth
Director
of
the
General
Conference




Jonatán
Tejel,
Pathfinder
Director
of
the
General
Conference

 José
Vicente
Rojas,
Volunteers´
Director
of
the
North
American
Division

 Israel
Leito,
President
of
the
Inter‐American
Division
 Bernardo
Rodriguez,
Youth
Director
of
the


Inter‐American
Division
 


Invitees

 Administrators
and
Departmentals
of
the
IAD
 Administrators
of
Unions
and
Conferences
of
the

Inter‐American
Division
 Youth
Directors
from
other
Divisions
and
Unions
 Ron
Whiteahead,
Youth
Ministry
Director
from
Andrews
University

 



Uniform:
 The
Pathfinders
and
Master
Guide
uniforms
are
the
following:

 Master
Guide
 Ø
Olive
green
pants
or
skirt
(without
emblems)

 Ø
White
shirt
or
Blouse
military
style

 Ø
Black
neck
tie
or
bow
tie
(without
emblem)

 Ø
Black
belt

 Ø
Black
shoes

 Ø
Yellow
scarf
with
the
Master
Guide
emblem,
blue
tube
with
the
emblem.

 Ø
Black
beret

 Ø
Green
honor
band

 Ø
Black
sock
for
male
and
panty
hose
(stockings)
neutral
color
for
female
or
black
cotton
sock.

 


Posición
de
insignias
y
medidas.
 Mangas



 Front



PATHFINDERS

 
 Ø
Khaki
pants
(without
emblems),
white
military
shirt
(with
shoulder
flaps
and
flap
over
pocket)
 Ø
Khaki
skirt
(without
emblems)
with
white
military
shirt
(with
shoulder
flaps
and
flap
over
pocket)
 Ø
Yellow
scarf
with
pathfinder
emblem,
green
tube
also
with
emblem.

 Ø
Black
shoes

 Ø
Black
tie
or
bow
tie
for
girls
without
emblem
 Ø
Black
sock
for
boys
 Ø
White
cotton
sock
for
girls
 Ø
Black
belt
 Ø
Black
beret
 Ø
Olive
green
band
 
 
 Mangas



 Use
of
Uniform:
 The
Pathfinder
Uniform
will
be
used
in
the
opening
program
and
Saturday
morning.
 For
the
sports
uniform
if
possible
it
can
also
include
a
sports
sweater.




Activities
to
be
carried
out
during
2010



 From
the
club
to
the
Conference:

  List
of
all
those
attending
(Pathfinders,
M.G.,
support
team)
  Have
at
least
one
consecutive
year
working
without
interruption

  Cover
cost
of
insurance
for
the
current
year
($2.35)

  Investiture
service
on
any
date
during
the
year
2010

  Certification
of
a
youth
evangelistic
Project
(the
voice
of
the
Pathfinder
or
any
other)

  List
of
candidates
for
baptism

  Papers
and
documents
to
obtain
visas
  Notarized
letter
from
the
parents
of
minors
authorizing
their
leaving
the
country.
 
 From
the
Conference
to
the
Union:

  List
of
clubs
that
are
registered

  List
of
clubs
that
already
paid
insurance

  List
of
candidates
for
baptism

  List
of
instructors
and
judges
taking
part
in
the
Camporee
 
 From
the
Union
to
the
Division:

  Send
the
information
on
time
and
in
the
format
required
for
the
Camporee
  List
of
Pathfinders
to
be
invested

  List
of
candidates
for
baptism




EVENTS


1.
MARCHING
EVENT
 This
is
the
event
where
all
participating
clubs
could
take
part,
it
is
estimated
that
approximately
400
 clubs
will
be
participating
within
Wednesday,
Thursday
and
Friday
of
the
Camporee.
Registration
for
 this
 event
 should
 be
 done
 through
 internet
 in
 the
 web
 page
 of
 the
 Camporee.
 We
 will
 be
 working
 together
with
a
large
group
of
officials
who
will
be
assigned
for
grading
the
event.
On
Friday
evening
 we
will
have
a
demonstration
of
the
10
best
clubs
in
a
majestic
exhibition
of
marches.
These
clubs
will
 receive
recognitions.
Now
we
will
present
the
guidelines
of
this
classic
event.
 
 Participants
 ­
 Minimum12
 persons,
 maximum
 unlimited.
 The
 person
 giving
 the
 orders
 could
 be
 outside
of
the
squadron
or
can
join
in
with
them
on
certain
occasion
if
he
sees
it
convenient.

 
 Time
­
5
minutes.
4
minutes
into
the
march
the
official
will
blow
the
whistle
to
announce
that
there
is
 one
 minute
 remaining.
 The
 tolerance
 time
 for
 not
 causing
 the
 team
 to
 be
 disqualified
 will
 be
 15
 seconds.
The
presentation
will
be
finished
when
the
formation
is
broken
to
leave
the
platform.

 The
 place
 and
 hour
 assigned
 will
 be
 the
 only
 opportunity
 for
 your
 participation.
 
 If
 a
 club
 is
 not
 present,
 there
 will
 not
 be
 another
 place
 or
 time
 for
 their
 presentation.
 The
 clubs
 should
 be
 in
 the
 waiting
line
30
minutes
before
the
assigned
hour.

 
 Officials­
 Each
 team
 of
 officials
 that
 will
 be
 grading
 is
 comprised
 of
 (8)
 persons:
 principal
 official,
 official
for
registry,
official
marking
the
time,
official
for
order
and
four
other
officials
for
the
corners.

 
 Way
 of
 evaluation­
 The
 evaluation
 interpretation
 is
 categorized
 in
 four
 points:
 regular,
 good,
 very
 good
and
excellent.
The
following
aspects
will
be
evaluated:

 1.
Straight
lines
and
columns
at
all
times
during
the
march.

 2.
Synchronization
in
the
movements.

 4.
Uniform,
of
the
Pathfinder.
You
could
add
gloves
and/or
neck
kerchiefs.

 5.
Evolutions.
 
 There
will
be
free
practice
and
use
of
instruments.




Medals
will
be
given
only
to
the
squadrons
who
obtain
first,
second
and
third
places.

 
 ENTRANCE
AND
EXIT
 You
 should
 request
 permission
 from
 the
 principal
 official
 to
 start
 your
 march.
 When
 he
 gives
 the
 authorization,
 the
 official
 controlling
 the
 time
 will
 blow
 the
 whistle
 and
 the
 5
 minutes
 will
 start
 running.
 Each
 club
 will
 decide
 where
 their
 march
 will
 start.
 From
 the
 moment
 the
 official
 indicates
 that
it
is
your
turn,
you
have
30
seconds
to
request
permission
to
start
your
march.

 When
the
march
is
finished
and
you
break
rows,
you
have
15
seconds
to
clear
the
field
or
platform.

If
 your
exit
will
be
done
marching
you
should
do
it
during
the
5
minutes
assigned
and
a
maximum
of
15
 seconds
in
order
not
to
be
penalized.
 
 2.
SWIMMING
EVENT
 The
participation
in
this
event
will
be
by
Conferences/Missions.
The
previous
eliminations
should
be
 in
your
field
during
a
Camporee
or
a
Club´s
fair.
(No
club
will
be
allowed
to
use
the
facility
(pool)
of
 the
Inter
American
Pathfinder
Camporee
for
their
internal
eliminations).

 Participants
–
Teams
of
four
Pathfinders,
two
(2)
preadolescents
(male
and
female
from
the
friends
 and
explorers
class)
and
2
adolescents
(male
and
female
from
the
ranger
and
guide
classes).

 Way
of
Evaluation
–
Four
styles
of
swimming
will
be
scored:
butterfly,
breast
stroke,
back
stroke
and
 crawl.
The
order
and
style
of
swimming
for
each
participant
is
left
to
the
criteria
of
each
group,
but
the
 order
of
the
event
will
be:

 1.
Back
stroke
 2.
Breast
stroke
 3.
Butterfly
 4.
Crawl
or
free
stroke
 
 The
style
of
swimming
of
each
participant
should
be
according
to
the
proper
technique
of
that
specific
 style.
So
then,
if
a
team
does
less
time
because
of
not
complying
with
the
style
of
swimming
or
invades
 another
lane,
they
will
be
disqualified.

The
officials
for
this
event
will
be
experts
in
the
material.

 Medals
will
be
given
to
the
teams
who
obtain
first,
second
and
third
places.

 The
size
of
the
olympic
swimming
pool
is
50
meters.
 
 3.
ATHLETICS
EVENT
 We
will
be
working
only
with
track
events.
Participation
for
this
event
will
be
by
Conference/Mission.
 Medals
will
be
given
to
the
first,
second
and
third
places
in
all
the
forms
of
athletic
competition.

 a.
50
meters
male
and
female
preadolescents
(friend‐explorer)

 b.
100
meters
male
and
female
adolescents
(ranger‐guide)

 c.
200
meters
preadolescents
mixed
(one
male
and
one
female)

 d.
200
meters
in
mixed
relay
race
for
adolescents
(one
male
and
one
female)

 e.
400
meters
in
mixed
relay
race
for
adolescents
(2
male,
2
female)

 f.

2,000
meters
race
for
female,
free
style
 g.
4,000
meter
race
for
male,
free
style
 



4.
BIBLE
BOWL
ON
1ST.
SAMUEL
 For
this
event,
the
participation
will
be
of
one
representative
per
Union.

 The
 format
 of
 this
 event
 will
 be
 similar
 to
 the
 Bible
 Bowls
 carried
 out
 by
 the
 Division´s
 Youth
 department
in
the
previous
years.
A
main
computer
will
be
used
where
questions
of
different
grade
of
 difficulty
will
appear,
but
always
with
four
possible
answers.
The
number
with
the
correct
answer
is
 selected
using
the
keyboard
and
is
sent
with
the
ENTER
key.
The
amount
of
points
and
the
time
for
 each
answer
will
be
accumulated
so
that
at
the
end
the
program
will
reveal
the
first,
second
and
third
 places
 of
 the
 competition.
 The
 version
 of
 the
 Bible
 that
 will
 be
 used
 is
 the
 New
 King
 James
 Version
 2000,
from
the
Bible
House
Emmanuel.
The
test
will
contain
50
questions.

 


HONORS
 The
 purpose
 is
 for
 each
 Pathfinder
 to
 certify
 (2)
 honors
 during
 the
 Camporee.
 
 The
 badges
 for
 the
 honor
certified
will
be
given
at
the
moment
they
are
completed.

 
 There
 will
 be
 a
 wide
 variety
 of
 honors
 in
 Spanish,
 English
 and
 French.
 The
 instructors
 for
 these
 honors
will
be
provided
by
all
the
Unions
of
the
Division.
Whoever
desires,
can
do
extra
honors,
in
the
 schedule
established
for
that
event.
This
will
have
a
recovery
cost
of
$1.00
(and
it
includes
the
badge).




 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 PROGRAM
 
 The
delegates
to
the
Camporee
will
be
divided
in
three
groups
that
will
have
simultaneous
activities:
 
1)
Community
Service
 
2)
Honors

 
3)
Tourism
and
recreation
 
 TIME



ACTIVITY



Sunday
































 Arrival
and
Installation
of
camp
 Witnessing
Program
and
recreation
at
Six
flags
 Monday































 Tuesday





 07:00
­
15:00

 Tourism
and
Recreation


PLACE
 
 
 
 
 



15:00
­
17:00

 Preparation
for
opening­
supper

 17:00
­
18:00

 Accomodation
in
the
Palillo
Stadium

 Preliminary
music
and
indication

 18:00
­
22:00

 Opening
Program
 22:00
­
22:30

 Preparation
for
rest

 22:30

 We
deserve
it
–
time
to
rest

 Wednesday

 06:00
­
07:00

 Personal
hygiene
and
public
act

 07:00
­
07:45

 Devotional
 07:45
­
09:00

 Breakfast
and
assignments

 09:00
­
17:30
 (For
assigned
groups)
Transportation
to
recreation
 site,
tourism,
community
service.
 09:00
­
10:30
 Honors
 10:30
­
12:30
 Events
 12:30
­
13:30

 Lunch

 13:30
­
14:00

 Rest

 14:00
­
15:30
 Honors
 15:30
­
17:30

 Events

 17:30
­
19:00

 Supper
 19:00
­
19:30

 Trasportation
to
Palillo
Stadium

 19:30
­
21:00

 Evening
program
 21:00
­
21:30

 Return
to
camp
 21:30
­
22:00

 Preparation
to
sleep

 22:00

 The
Pathfinders
are
asleep
 Thursday
 06:00
­
07:00

 Personal
hygiene
and
public
act

 07:00
­
07:45

 Devotional
 07:45
­
09:00

 Breakfast
and
assignments

 09:00
­
17:30

 (For
assigned
group)
Transportation
to
recreation
 site,
tourism,
community
service.

 09:00
­
10:30
 Honors



 


10:30
­
12:30

 12:30
­
13:30

 13:30
­
14:00

 14:00
­
15:30
 15:30
­
17:30

 17:30
­
19:00

 19:00
­
19:30

 19:30
­
21:00

 21:00
­
21:30

 21:30
­
22:00

 22:00

 Friday
 06:00
­
07:00

 07:00
­
07:45

 07:45
­
09:00

 09:00
­
17:30




 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 


Events

 Lunch

 Rest

 Honors
 Events

 Supper
 Trasportation
to
Palillo
Stadium

 Evening
program
 Return
to
camp
 Preparation
to
sleep

 The
Pathfinders
are
asleep
 Personal
hygiene
and
public
act

 Devotional
 Breakfast
and
assignments

 (For
assigned
groups)
Transportation
to
recreation
 site,
tourism,
community
service.



 
 
 
 
 
 
 



 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 



09:00
­
10:30
 Honors
 10:30
­
12:30

 12:30
­
13:30

 13:30
­
14:00

 14:00
­
15:30
 14:00
­
17:30

 (16:00­17:30)
 17:30
­
18:30

 18:30
­
18:45

 18:45
­
19:00

 19:00
­
19:45

 19:45
­
21:00

 22:00

 Sabbath
 06:00
­
07:00

 07:00
­
08:00

 08:00
­
08:30

 08:30
­
08:45

 08:45
­
09:45

 09:45
­
11:00

 11:00
­
12:00

 12:00
­
14:00

 14:00
­
15:00

 15:00
­
16:30

 16:30
­
17:30

 17:30
­
18:00

 08:00­19:30

 19:30­21:00



Events

 Lunch

 Rest

 Honors
 Events

 Marching
exhibition
 Supper
 Trasportation
to
Palillo
Stadium

 Evening
program
I
(songs)

 Bible
Bowl
 Evening
program

II

 Pathfinders
resting

 Personal
hygiene
 Breakfast
 Inspection
 Transportation
to
meeting
place

 Sabbath
School
 Divine
Worship
Service
 Fellowship
and
confraternidad
 Dinner

 Rest
 Baptism

 Parade
of
Nations
 Investiture

 Supper
 Closing
of
the
Event


Investiture
Ceremony
in
the
Camporee



 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 


The
only
ones
to
be
invested
will
be
Pathfinders.
There
will
not
be
investiture
of
any
other
class.

 
 List
of
candidates
–
Only
two
Pathfinders
per
Union
will
be
invested
on
the
platform,
one
boy
and
 one
girl.
The
Union
Director
of
Youth
will
register
the
persons
who
will
represent
that
Union.
The
 Union
Director

should
have
the
information
of
the
persons
to
be
invested
in
each
club
and
they
must
 already
be
certified.

 
 Button
to
be
used
­
The
director
of
the
club
is
in
charge
of
providing
the
button
for
the
investiture
 service.

 
 Parade
of
Nations:
We
will
celebrate
a
grand
parade
with
traditional
dress/
costume
of
countries
and
 regions
represented;
the
band
may
have
to
participate
in
this
parade.
 


Indications
on
Materials
and
Equipment



The
Camp
will
officially
open
its
doors
for
camping
on
Sunday,
April
17th.

On
Sunday,
April
24th,
 everyone
should
leave
the
camp
site.
There
will
be
front
entrances
by
Unions.
The
entrance
by
local
 club
is
optional.
 
 To
Camp
 1.
Tents

 2.
Canopy
 3.
Extension
cords
for
current
20
meters
minimum

 4.
Grills
for
cooking
(this
could
be
bought
in
Mexico
with
two
burners
for
an
approximate
Price
of
 $40.00)

 
 To
Cook
 1.
Kitchen
equipment
(utensils)

 2.
Tables
 3.
Chairs
 4.
Menu
for
cooking
each
day

 5.
Team
for
cooking
 
 For
Prevention
 1.
A
Master
Guide
for
every
two
Pathfinder
 2.
Take
along
Saline
Solution
for
dehydration

 3.
First
Aid
kit
for
the
Club
 4.
Doctor
and
nurse
for
each
Conference/Mission

 5.
Have
extra
money
for
unexpected
situations
 6.
Savings
to
be
able
to
do
tourism
 7.
The
Money
Exchange
from
dollars
to
pesos
varies
a
lot,
so
please
check
the
exchange
rate
before
 leaving
your
country.
 8.
It
is
cold
during
the
night
and
early
morning.

 9.
It
is
good
to
bring
along
two
way
radios

 10.
Bring
along
copy
of
documents
for
identification
(passports,
visas,
airline
ticket)
and
have
them
in
 a
plastic
bag
for
their
protection.

 11.
The
water
from
the
city
is
not
drinkable.
Purified
water
will
be
sold
from
tanks.

 12.
There
will
be
a
supermarket
in
the
camp
site
for
the
sale
of
fruits,
vegetables
and
other
necessities.

 13.
 Find
 out
 if
 someone
 is
 using
 prescribed
 medication
 so
 they
 could
 bring
 along
 sufficient
 for
 the
 time
they
will
be
at
the
Camporee.

 14.
The
recreation
day
in
“Six
Flags”
(Recreation
Park)
you
should
take
along
a
change
of
clothing.

 15.
For
security
measures
and
control
of
the
event,
it
is
prohibited
to
do
any
transactions
with
persons
 that
are
not
from
the
Camporee
personnel.

 16.
 There
 will
 be
 a
 permanent
 transmission
 in
 FM
 from
 Radio
 Camporee
 in
 three
 languages.
 Make
 provision
with
a
radio.



17.
 Translation
 of
 the
 general
 programs
 will
 be
 to
 English
 and
 French.
 This
 will
 be
 done
 simultaneously,
 and
 for
 this
 reason
 you
 will
 need
 to
 bring
 along
 a
 radio
 (AM/FM).
 
 The
 official
 language
of
the
Camporee
will
be
Spanish.



 Community
Services
 
 Each
Project
requires
a
minimum
of
4
hours
(lunch
included)
 Details
of
this
event
will
be
given
on
the
web
page.

 There
will
be
a
list
from
which
you
can
choose
your
community
project.
 There
 will
 be
 free
 projects
 to
 choose
 from
 on
 the
 web
 page.
 The
 club
 will
 decide
 and
 notify
 the
 Conference/Mission.
 Some
projects
will
require
economic
participation.
We
encourage
those
who
are
in
condition
to
do
so
 to
select
those
projects.
 A
guide
and
translator
will
be
provided
for
every
place
you
visit.
 If
the
Project
requires
tools
or
materials
you
will
be
notified.



 Options
for
tourism
and
recreation
 

 On
the
web
page
you
will
find
options
of
places,
distance
y
costs.
 


Theme
song:
 
 You
can
send
your
proposal
with
lyrics
and
music
(written)
or
via
YouTube,
there
will
be
a
casting
for
choosing
 the
theme
song
of
the
3rd
Inter‐American
Camporee.
 
 Please
Send
your
proposal

to
camporee@interamerica.org


­Ideas­
 Authorization
for
travel


In
my
capacity
as
(parent,
tutor,
‐mark
an
option‐)
I
authorize
my
child,

 _______________________________________
to
participate
in
the
III
INTER
AMERICAN
 DIVISION
PATHFINDER
CAMPOREE,
to
be
held
from
the
6‐11
of
April,
2011,
in
the
 Cd.
Deportiva,
in
Mexico
City.

 DEPARTURE:

 RETURN

 Date:

 Date:

 Hour:

 Hour:

 Meeting
area:

 Return
meeting
area:

 CLUB
DIRECTOR:

 COUNSELOR
OF
THE
UNIT:

 Name:

 Name:

 Address:

 Address:

 Tel.

 Tel.

 
 
 ____________________________
 
 (Name
and
signature
of
parent
or
tutor)
 


Observations:

The
director
of
the
Club
has
to
give
a
copy
of
this
form
to
each
Pathfinder
and
it
should
 be
kept
in
your
folder
and
a
copy
should
be
given
to
the
Conference/Mission.



Registration
Form
 


GENERAL
INFORMATION
(FOR
ALL
CLUB
MEMBERS)

 NAME:
__________________________________________Sex:
_______________

 Club.
_________________________________
Church:
______________________
 Conference/Mission:
_________________________Union:____________________

 
 PATHFINDER
INFORMATION:

 Date
of
birth:
_______/____/_____/


Place
of
birth:__________________________

 Number
of
Camporees
you
participated
in:
___________

 Weight
(kg)
_________
Height:
__________
Blood
Type:
_____________________
 Address:
________________________________________________Tel.________________

 
 IF
YOU
ARE
NOT
A
PATHFINDER,
FILL
IN
THIS
INFORMATION:

 Time
as
a
Master
Guide:
_______
Number
of
Camporee
you
attended:
_________

 What
is
your
function
in
the
club:
(mark
the
option)

 Director,
Associate,
Secretary,
Chaplain,
Instructor,
Counselor,
Captain,
Unit
Secretary,
Other:
 _______________________________________

 Address:
____________________________________________Tel:
____________

 
 HEALTH
INFORMATION

 Do
you
suffer
from
some
kind
of
sickness
that
needs
special
treatment?
YES__
NO
__
 If
your
answer
is
YES,
indicate
what
it
is
and
what
is
required:
 ___________________________________________________________________

 ___________________________________________________________________

 Are
you
bringing
along
some
kind
of
medical
treatment?
 ___________________________________________________________________

 Are
you
taking
any
special
medication?
____

Which
one?
____________________
 How
frequent
are
you
taking
it?
___________________________________________________________________

 Allergies:
YES
___
NO
___
to
what,
if
you
answer
positively____________________

 Which
medicine
should
be
used?
___________________________________________________________________
 ___________________________________________________________________

 
 Are
you
allergic
to
some
kind
of
medication?____

If
so
which
one?
 ___________________________________________________________________

 
 Observations:
The
director
of
the
Club
has
to
give
a
copy
of
this
form
to
each
Pathfinder
and
it
should
be
 kept
in
your
folder
and
a
copy
should
be
given
to
the
Conference/Mission.



REGISTRATION
FORM
 REGULATIOSN:
 1.
The
registration
should
be
done
by
club.
 2.
The
registration
should
be
done
by
the
Drector
of
Youth
for
the
Conference/Mission.
 3.
The
dates
of
registration
are:
 Early
bird
Pathfinders
$55.00
(January
to
June,
2010)
 Pathfinders$70.00
(July
to
November,
2010)
 Sleeping
Pathfinders
$80.00
(December,
2010
to
January,
2011)
 Distracted
Pathfinders$100.00
(February
to
March,
2011)
 4.
Every
delegate
pays
the
total
fee.
 5.
For
every
two
Pathfinders
there
should
be
a
Master
Guide.



 General
information:
 
 Name
of

Youth
Director
:


Union:
 
 


Conference/Mission:
 
 


District:
 
 


Director
of
club:
 
 


Name
of
club:
 



 No.
Pathfinders:
 


No.
Master
Guide:
 


No.
Support
staff:



 Delegates
list:


Pathfinders:
 Boys



 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 


Girls
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 



Conselours:
 Men


Women



 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 



 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 



 Support
staff:
 Men


Women



 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 



 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 



 Arrival
date:
 Type
of
 
 transportation:
 


Tourism

after
event:
 


Yes
 


No
 


Yes
 


No
 


Yes
 


No
 


Baptismal
candidates:
 Number:
 
 


Investiture
candidates:
 Classes:
 
 
 
 Form
of
payment:
 


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