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PostPosted: Thu Jul 07, 2005 7:48 am 
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:) Pathfinders has grown in the last 50+ years.

Here is the place to talk with other international pathfinders. What do they do differnt, or the same.

:? I know on my mission trips I have saw several different international clubs!

It is cool to see we stretch around the globe :!:

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I think this was a great idea Mitch. Although I don't think we have too many international pathfinders that have discovered this place yet.

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I know Katie, I hope more pathfinders will join the forum.

:) I've been "PM"ing Gabriel from Brazil. I told him to post somthing on this section.

:o So Gabriel, what are you doing in pathfinders right now? It is summer for us so some clubs take some time off but my club does outdoor honors... right now we are working on Backpacking!!

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I've got a friend in Finland, shes the directorof the club at her church, I'll see if I can get her and some of her members to join.

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That'd be so awesome!!! :D I really enjoy meeting people from other countries!!! Or just people, for that matter!!! :mrgreen:

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At the camporee I talked with people from all over it was so much fun


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Same here, the international camporee was so awesome to talk to other people from everywere.

I also got to know teens my conference a lot better too.... memories, and already a year old.. :(

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I think I even talked wiht a french person


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We didn't go to the camporee, but we just had a man (Master Guide) from Panama join our club as staff. It's really cool to see all of his different awards, etc. from a different country. He said that there were 100 kids in his club in Panama. Wow! Talk about having to organize and keep everyone in order! :o

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wow! we will be lucky if we ever get five.


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emmykrishe wrote:
He said that there were 100 kids in his club in Panama. Wow! Talk about having to organize and keep everyone in order! :o


Yea, I've heard of some of those international clubs have a Lot of kids in them. It would be a big challenge to to keep order. :lol:

When I was in Fiji on a mission trip we met a group of pathfinders and stoped by at there camporee it was cool :!:

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100 kids?wow way to many kids for me to handle


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Yeah, me too! :?

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Maybe 20 or so for me.lol


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I think we have 40 or so kids in our club. It was at one point up to 90 something a few years ago. That was a crazy year. We had to take two buses every where. It was expensive. :shock:

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Wow, 90!! At the most this past summer, we had 30+. But when the school year started, we lost a whole bunch and now we're down to 12. It's definitely a lot easier to handle! And our director is much less stressed. :)

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Yeah, I think when we had that many, it was the year of DTP or maybe even the year after... our numbers always seem to go up for those years...hmmm :smt017

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wow.one time I think we had up to 7.


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G'day everyone, from "Down Under", I am the director of our club in Canberra, Australia. We had 22 Pathfinders and about 10 staff last year, this year it looks as though we will have about 32 Pathfinders. I notice there is a couple of Aussie members here. It is great to see the way others do things and to get ideas aswell.

If you are interested you can check us out at: http://www.canberrapathfinders.org.au

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Welcome sprocket! Glad to have someone new on this forum. Especially those from different countries.

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I agree! :D

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The club in which I grew up (Forest City Spanish Conquistadores in Orlando, Florida) was big back when I first joined as a Builder in Adventurers. But now, the Pathfinder & Adventurer club combined have about a total of 250 members. This Sunday, Mar. 12, 2006, they are having an honor day for the club & inviting other clubs from the area. I'm going to be teaching the braiding honor to 80 Pathfinders that day. It has been a lot of preparation, but it's almost second nature to me. I've been in the club for so long, the large number doesn't affect me. I'm the opposite of most of you guys; I'm surprised when a club has less than 20 members.

On a somewhat different line, I love meeting pathfinders from other countries, also. Before the first oshkosh camporee in 2000 (?), I had a pen pal in Austria. My club sponsored him to come to Florida and then drive up w/ us to Wisconsin. It was really neat having him around, and he loved the whole experience. I still talk to him every now and then. He's now a pastor in Austria.

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250!!!!! HOLY..... thats crazy!!!

in my club we have like 20 lol!

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There are 80+ in my club this year.

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Greetings from Russia :D
There are pathfinders here, too. In my club there are some 12 members, so I can't just imagine how to manage 200+!

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