What’s New in the Neighbourhood
Your Neighbourhood Team has finalized the list of things you need to bring to camp to make your stay warm and comfy. The kit list is posted so you can get started on gathering crests and making traders to exchange with all your new friends…all great 100 of them! The neighbourhood’s are busy working on their own supply lists. Imagine...hula hoops, marbles, bubble gum, facial masks, tricycles, beads, beads and more beads, plastic canvas, nail polish, boxing gloves, skipping ropes, beach balls, kiddie pools You need a lot of stuff for a lot of fun!! And…Our neighbourhood’s are dancing the jive, rocking to the Beatles and learning the swing dance of the 30s. Each neighbourhood is taking on a decade of music, fashion and fun. When at Mosaic, go visiting and explore another time in our 100th celebration!
Great Program for Everyone
Have YOU ever wanted to drive a Go Cart? Have YOU ever wondered about the science behind the design and use of make-up or wondered what the runway models know about the products they use? So, YOU think you can dance, come on and prove it by teaching a robot to dance with you. Ever thought about YOU composing a digital music track to take home from camp with you? This is just a taste of the Science and Technology sessions offered to campers. Check out the on-line catalogue for more exciting options to choose from. And don’t forget if you have any questions about program be sure to ask – the program at GM 2010 is about YOU trying something new, or something YOU love doing and especially it’s about YOU having fun….Program will be a great way to add to your 100 greater experiences and 100 greatest memories.
Let’s Set a World Record
The Special Events Team wants our camp to be one for the book… the Guinness Book that is….Of World Records! Have any ideas on how we can do that? If you do, just drop a quick note to Eva at firstname.lastname@example.org or post it on our GM2010 Facebook group. Back to those Contests…get ready, get set, go….enter now…
Do you have a passion for writing? Are you eager to help celebrate 100 years of Guiding in Canada? Are you planning to attend Mosaic 2010? If so, this contest is for you!! We are looking for 2 girls to submit a monthly blog to be posted on our Mosaic 2010 webpage. The blog will include details of how you (and your patrol, if it is attending) are preparing for Mosaic 2010. This is your opportunity to share with the Guiding community your love for the organization and to help build excitement for Mosaic 2010. The top blogs, as chosen by the communications team, will be posted to the Mosaic 2010 website and voted on by you! The 2 girls whose blogs receive the most votes will become the official bloggers for Guiding Mosaic 2010. If you are interested in this position, please submit a blog entry of 350 words or less telling us what Girl Guides means to you. For your statement, be creative, have fun and express your originality! Submissions must be received by February 22nd, 2010 at midnight and can be sent to email@example.com In order to be eligible for this competition you must be girl or youth member (and remain so through the end of camp) and be registered to attend Guiding Mosaic 2010.
Do you love the camera? Are you well spoken and articulate? Do you think you could be a great spokesperson for Mosaic 2010? If so, this contest is for you! We are looking for 1 girl to be our spokesperson for Mosaic 2010. You will represent Girl Guides of Canada and the camp in the media. You will receive media training and work closely with the Communications Team towards creating a positive image to display to the media. If you are selected for this exciting opportunity, you will begin work immediately and continue in your role right through to the end of camp. If you are interested in this position, grab a friend or family member, a video camera and go get creative!!! Please send us a 60 second (max) video of you telling or showing us how being a member of Girl Guides of Canada has influenced your life. The top videos, as chosen by the communications team, will be showcased on the Mosaic 2010 website and voted on by you! The girl whose video receives the most votes will become the national spokesperson for Guiding Mosaic 2010. Submissions must be received by February 22, 2010 at midnight and can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org In order to be eligible for this competition you must be a girl or youth member (and remain so through the end of camp) and be registered to attend Guiding Mosaic 2010.
Newsletter Team Journalists
Enjoy reading this newsletter...are you a Ranger and would you like to be part of our camp newsletter. We're still looking for a few more talented Rangers who enjoy being "on the spot" as events unfold and then creating a story that everyone will enjoy. It will be a great experience - fun, active and rewarding...not bad on your resume either. Be part of history and start your journalism portfolio at GM2010!! What you don't know we'll help you learn. Application information is available at http://guidingmosaic.com