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Report
Scouts Canada – Chinook
Council
2012-2013 Annual Report
A Message from the Chinook
Council
Looking back on the 2012-13 Scouting year, Chinook Council can
be proud of many accomplishments. We made a positive impact on
the lives of more than 7,200 young people across Southern
Alberta, supported by a dedicated team of more than 3,600
volunteers and a small corps of employees.
For the fifth time in six years, we increased the number of
youth who participated in Scouting.
Chinook had almost 800 Scouts and Scouters participate in the
Canadian Scout Jamboree at Camp Woods and hosted 169 pre and
post-Jamboree visitors to Camp Gardner.
We also supported the Senator Buchanan Winter Adventure and
outdoor experiences like:
•
Iron Scout,
•
Cub-o-Rama,
•
Survivorman Challenge,
•
Tom Pratt Camp,
•
Great Escape,
•
Scoutrees,
•
Area soap box derbies.
Members also participated in the 14th World Scout Moot.
Thank you for all you have done and will continue to do to
support Scouting in Southern Alberta.
Yours in Scouting,
2013 Canadian Scout
Jamboree – Camp Woods,
Sylvan Lake, Alberta
THE NUMBERS TELL THE STORY OF CJ 2013
7 Days of sunshine, 29 Challenging Programs
638 Patrols – 3708 Scouts, 1288 Scouters with Patrols
1,520 Jamboree volunteers (including 675 teenagers)
Total participants = 6,516 - 37% from Alberta
600 Visitors, 450 Cub Scout Day attendees
Fun Friends, Adventure,
Challenge
at the Bert Sheppard Scout
Reservation
2,600 Scouts and 893 Scouters joined
in adventures at Camps Apistotoke,
Gardner and Impeesa
6,535 Scouting camper days
Summer Scouting camper days - 1119
5,829 community group camper days.
Bert Sheppard Scout
Reservation
Pre and Post-Jamboree Tours
Organized for the fist time in Canada
169 Participants from across Canada
experienced more of Alberta than just the
Jamboree!
Fun with a purpose
Scouts of all ages have fun
and learn at activities
throughout the year
Kids in Scouts have fun
adventures discovering new
things and experiences they
wouldn’t have anywhere else.
Soap Box Derbies, Kub Kar
Rallies and activities like
Survivorman also help Scouts
of all ages learn skills
that will help them
throughout their lives.
Do a Good Turn Every Day
During Good Turn
Week in April,
thousands Of Scouts
across Canada got
together to do a
good turn for
someone else.
Here, Council Youth
Commissioner
Spencer Janke and
the Council Youth
Network make
sandwiches for the
Mustard Seed in
Calgary.
A Commitment to Safety
First Aid Training
74 Scouts and Scouts
completed Standard and
Wilderness First Aid
Working with Inside Out
Adventures, we are now
able to provide
affordable first aid
training.
Avalanche Safety
Training
154 Scouts and Scouters
learned about avalanche
safety at the Senator
Scouts Canada puts a
youthful foot forward
Hannah and Michael from
Chinook Council represent
Scouts Canada as Youth
Spokesperson.
Since the launch of the
program in 2010, Scouts
Canada youth from across the
country have shared their
passion for Scouting with
the country through hundreds
of media interviews and
campaigns that focus on
Registration, the Uniform
Launch, Good Turn Week,
Volunteer Support
Scouters are the Narrators of the
Journey.
The Youth are the ones who decide to
"Challenge the Dragon" or "Go for the
Loot.“
• More than 3600 volunteers give their
time every week
• 1/3 of our Scouters are new volunteers
every year
• The 3 main reasons people become
Scouters – they are parents of Scouts,
they are former Scouters or the
sponsors of their Scout group asked
Volunteer Recognition
27% of Volunteers
received an award for
Outstanding Service in
1264 Outstanding 2013
Service Awards –
including 8 Silver Acorns (the
highest award to a Canadian Scouter)
In addition, Scouters were recognized for:
• 2 Awards for Fortitude
• 1 Certificate of Gallantry
• 3 Queen's Diamond Jubilee Medals
• 372 long service pins
• 75 Long Service Medals – for 10 years of
faithful, effective service
• 23 Other Awards
We continue to grow!
For the fifth time in 6
years, the Chinook
Council grew.
Participation grew in
both year-round programs
(Beavers, Cubs, Scouts,
Venturers and Rovers) as
well as our short term
programs.
Families agree, Scouting
is the start of
something great!
We continue to grow!
Beavers, Cubs,
Scouts, Venturers,
Rovers
Scoutsabout,
Extreme
Adventure,
Schools &
Scouting
Scouters
TOTAL
2011-12
2012-13
Change
6,889
7,009
120
196
221
25
3,167
10,227
3,603
10,969
436
742
Beaver Scout Colonies that
grew
271st Copperfield-New Brighton
264th Somerset-Bridlewood “B”
1st Standard
242nd Rocky Ridge/Royal Oak 'A' Colony
1st Crowsnest Colony
75th Calgary Fish Creek
85th Lakeview United Church
1st Bow Valley/Langdon
251st Chaparral 'B'
10th Calgary Sara Hall
169th Bowmont
1st Crossfield
1st Oilfields/Turner Valley
15th Lethbridge
1st Claresholm
1st Irricana
257th Elbow Valley
245th Arbour Lake
1st Brooks
210th McKenzie
401st Woodcreek
175th Whitehorn
31st St. Cyprian's
4th Elks Triwood
20th Ogden
253rd South Heritage
101st Glendale
239th Northern Hills
1st Olds
2nd Airdrie
1st Banff
1st Priddis
108th St. Bernadette
148th Oakridge
236th Penbrooke Meadows
719th NE Properties
1st Nanton
86th Woodcliff United Church
273rd Al-Iman
159th Silver Springs - Scenic Acres
Cub Scout Packs that grew
1st Crowsnest
8th Raymond LDS
44th Lethbridge
245th Arbour Lake
4th Elks Triwood
267th L.D.S. Chaparral
Ward
36th Lethbridge
18th ANAFV
1st Bow Island
1st Airdrie
75th Calgary Fish Creek
1st Bow Valley/Langdon
7th Airdrie
1st Magrath
19th Medicine Hat
222nd LDS Richmond Ward
2nd Taber LDS
261st L.D.S. Tuscany
5th Raymond
73rd LDS 4th Ward
246th L D S Panorama
Ward
719th NE Properties
3rd Magrath
1st Barnwell LDS
2nd Brooks
4th Coaldale
1st Taber LDS
1st Cardston
215th Strathcona Thursday 215th Strathcona Tuesday
242nd Rocky Ridge/Royal
Oak
86th Woodcliff United
Church
144th Lake Bonavista
1st Vauxhall LDS
3rd Taber LDS
4th Magrath
1st Brooks
167th Parkland
2nd Barnwell LDS
4th Airdrie
4th Raymond
6th Cardston
1st DeWinton LDS
46th Lethbridge Heritage
LDS
1st Olds
264th SomersetBridlewood
7th Raymond LDS
206th L.D.S. Sunridge
108th St. Bernadette's
1st Cochrane
26th Lethbridge Henderson
LDS
101st Glendale
263rd L.D.S. Cranston
159th Silver Springs Scenic Acres
Cub Scout Packs that grew
273rd Al-Iman
2nd Fort Macleod
2nd High River L.D.S.
1st Mountain View
238th L.D.S. Crescent View
39th Lethbridge
288th Calgary Chinese
7th Cardston
239th Northern Hills
3rd Claresholm
211th LDS 5th Ward
2nd Coutts
1st Banff
48th Lethbridge LDS
1st Carstairs
268th LDS Evergreen
1st Nanton
181st L.D.S. Midnapore
1st Didsbury
175th Whitehorn
1st Oilfields/Turner
271st Copperfield-New Brighton
1st Okotoks
22nd LDS Heritage Ward
10th Calgary Sara Hall
2nd Okotoks L.D.S.
221st L.D.S. Rockyview Ward
38th Simons Creek
252nd Hon Viet
52nd L.D.S. Woodbine Ward
1st Spring Coulee
12th Lethbridge LDS
Scout Troops that grew
267th L.D.S. Chaparral
245th Arbour Lake
1st Oilfields/Turner Valley
248th LDS Somerset Ward
1st Okotoks
3rd Raymond
14th Lethbridge
118th St. Andrew's Church
243rd Tuscany
1st Lethbridge Coulee Ridge LDS
1st Barnwell LDS
184th L.D.S. Chestermere
2nd Pincher Creek
210th McKenzie
191st L.D.S. Prairie Winds Ward
231st L.D.S. Sundance
2nd Stirling
10th Calgary Sara Hall
203rd Ismaili
1st Olds
216th L.D.S. Shawnessy Ward
288th Calgary Chinese
104th Centre Street Church
1st Canmore
401st Woodcreek
149th Dover
6th St Barnabas' Church
222nd LDS Richmond Ward
1st Crossfield
211th LDS 5th Ward
6th Cardston '
1st Carstairs
1st Cochrane 'A'
31st St. Cyprian's
1st Welling
1st High River
84th L.D.S. Bow Valley Ward
1st Banff
2nd Raymond
2nd Strathmore LDS
18th Medicine Hat
255th LDS Royal Oak Ward
7th Raymond LDS
5th Okotoks LDS
2nd Brooks
1st Chestermere
24th Lethbridge Legacy LDS
224th Sandstone Valley
172nd Queensland
11th Medicine Hat
2nd Taber LDS
Scout Troops that grew
2nd High River L.D.S.
4th Raymond '
1st Didsbury
85th Lakeview United Church
5th Magrath
169th Bowmont
206th L.D.S. Sunridge Ward
12th Lethbridge LDS
221st L.D.S. Rockyview Ward
219th Portuguese Scouts
47th Lethbridge Chinook LDS
261st L.D.S. Tuscany Ward
19th L.D.S. 2nd Ward
207th St. Patrick's
1st Strathmore
238th L.D.S. Crescent View Spanish
20th Ogden
19th Medicine Hat
4th Elks Triwood
268th LDS Evergreen Ward
1st Aetna
6th Airdrie
1st Cardston
1st Balzac
2nd Cardston
1st Irricana
1st Spring Coulee '
5th Airdrie Adventure
147th L.D.S. 8th Ward
2nd LDS Cochrane Ward
Venturer Scout Companies
that grew
1st FACES Extreme Adventure
214th Hawkwood
252nd Hon Viet
1st Aetna
1st Stirling
1st Bow Valley/Langdon
4th Airdrie
7th Cardston
2nd High River L.D.S.
186th Ranchlands/Crowchild
1st Spring Coulee
2nd Stirling
52nd L.D.S. Woodbine
20th Medicine Hat
4th Magrath
144th Lake Bonavista
85th Lakeview United Church
4th Cardston
13th Lethbridge LDS
101st Glendale
203rd Ismaili Scout Group
3rd Raymond
2nd Taber LDS
47th Lethbridge Chinook LDS
222nd LDS Richmond Ward
6th Magrath
46th Lethbridge Heritage LDS
5th Magrath
19th L.D.S. 2nd Ward
36th Lethbridge
251st Chaparral
264th Somerset-Bridlewood
262nd L.D.S. Coventry
216th L.D.S. Shawnessy
268th LDS Evergreen Ward
5th Okotoks LDS
1st Glenwood
73rd LDS 4th Ward
18th Army Navy Air Force Vets '
215th Strathcona Venturer
2nd Magrath
127th Huntington Hills
165th LDS Valley View Ward
193rd Edgemont
192nd L.D.S. Canyon Creek
1st Strathmore
6th Airdrie
267th L.D.S. Chaparral
210th McKenzie
1st Bow Island
1st Olds
184th L.D.S. Chestermere
2nd Okotoks L.D.S.
2nd Brooks
5th Airdrie Adventure
Venturer Scout Companies
that grew
1st Canmore
2nd Coutts
199th Beddington Heights
147th L.D.S. 8th Ward
2nd Lethbridge LDS '
239th Northern Hills
255th LDS Royal Oak Ward
3rd Taber LDS
246th L D S Panorama Ward
84th L.D.S. Bow Valley Ward
44th Lethbridge
38th Simons Creek
1st Rosemary
48th Lethbridge LDS
58th Thorncliffe/Greenview
1st Cardston
231st L.D.S. Sundance Ward
7th Airdrie
4th Raymond LDS
191st L.D.S. Prairie Winds
7th Raymond LDS
36th Crossroads
14th Lethbridge
104TH Centre Street Church
The flood of
2013
The flood affected many
communities in Southern
Alberta
It caused extensive damage
at Camp Gardner and
affected communities
supporting many Scouting
groups, including High
River, Canmore, Turner
Valley, Black Diamond,
Calgary, Crowsnest Pass,
Pincher Creek, the Siksika
Nation, Lethbridge, &
Medicine Hat
The flood of 2013
The 10th Calgary lost
the historic Sara Scout
Hall. Rebuilding the
Sara Hall is now being
lead by Empire Custom
Homes.
Support from across
Chinook Council and from
Telus, empowered the 1st
High River to
participate in CJ'13
despite the destruction
The flood at Camp Gardner
Thanks to tremendous
efforts of our staff and
volunteers and the
community, including
the LDS Relief Society,
and a work crew from
Schlumberger Canada (Red
Deer) through YYC Helps,
we were able to have
Camp Gardner operational
by July 1st for its
summer program including
our pre and post
Jamboree tours.
The pool was destroyed.
Two longhouses, the
obstacle course and the
The flood at Camp Gardner
Equipment strewn through the forest was
recovered, repaired, and returned to
service. Collicutt Lodge, 3 longhouses,
the archery range, and the Ceremonial
Campfire were undamaged. Gardner will
continue to support great, safe
Scouting adventures for many more
years.
Camp Gardner Rebuild
We have much to rebuild. The Nature Centre
and Obstacle Course were destroyed by the
flood and many areas in the camp were
changed forever by the flood.
We will be working to plan the future of the
camp this coming year.
Once we have the final settlement from our
insurer we will be working with the Alberta
Government and the Red Cross to investigate
our funding options to rebuild the camp. We
will have to work with the County of Rocky
View and Alberta Environment and Sustainable
Resources to plan where structures will be
FINANCIAL REPORT
Please visit www.chinook.scouts.ca to download
a copy of the annual financial statements and
read frequently asked questions about the
statements.
Balance Sheet
Thousands of $
Current Assets
August 31,
2013
August 31,
2012
Change
994.8
1406.6
-411.8
91.5
91.5
0.0
646.5
724.5
-78.0
1732.8
2222.6
-489.8
695.6
1299.0
-603.4
Fund Balance
1037.2
923.6
113.6
TOTAL LIABILITIES &
FUND BALANCE
1732.8
2222.6
-489.8
Investments
Capital Assests
Total Assets
Liabilities
The major change in our assets came with a timing
change on when membership fee revenue is due to the
National Operation of Scouts Canada reducing cash
Statement of Operations
$ thousands
Revenue
Expenditure
Gain on disposal of assets
August 31,
2013
August 31,
2012
Change
2788.0
2698.6
0
2688.6
2787.1
1
99.4
-88.5
-1.0
Write down of Capital
Assets (flood damage)
Excess on Disaster recovery
expenses
29.5
0
29.5
10.2
0
10.2
Allowance for unredeemed
Scoutbucks
63.8
0
63.8
113.5
-97.5
211.0
Surplus/deficiency
Where the money comes from
member fees
Chinook Scout Foundation
Camp fees
Scout Popcorn & Scoutrees
Other income
Grants/donations
United Way
Scout Shop Management
Alberta Sports Recreation Parks &
Wildlife Foundation
Where the money is spent
Group & Area Support
Camping & Outdoors
Council Operations
PR, Marketing, Fund-raising
Volunteer Support
Youth & Program Support
Amortization
Financial Assistance
Chinook Scout Foundation
The annual financial statement is posted on www.chinook.scouts.ca .
August 31, 2013
August 31, 2012
Assets
Current Assets
$141,640
$119,505
18,253
17,753
Investments
5,026,571
4,861,766
TOTAL ASSETS
5,186,464
4,999,025
156,743
137,882
4,979,721
4,861,143
50,000
50,000
5,186,464
4,999,025
Cash surrender value of
life insurance
Liabilities
Current liabilities
Net Assets
Unrestricted
Restricted
How the Scout Foundation helps
Camping – The foundation contributes $27.36 per youth member to help
operated the Bert Sheppard Scout Reservation which includes Camps
Apistotoke, Gardner and Impeesa
Group & Area Support – $18.75 per youth member is contributed to help
support our Area Support Teams, Area Support Managers, the Council
Youth Network and the Child & Youth Safety Team. These funds also help us
start new groups and initiate outreach projects like the Calgary Young
Offender Centre and Woods Homes.
Volunteer Support – The Foundation grant provides $7.75 per volunteer to
subsidize volunteer screening, training and recognition. Without the grant,
we could pay for police record checks, Wood Badge 1 woggles for elearners or provide outstanding service awards.
No One Left Behind - 500 families wouldn’t be able to afford to join
Scouting without the support of our Foundation. The grant pays for
membership fees, uniforms and activity fees.
Thank you 2013 Gardner Club
Breakfast Sponsors
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Macquarie Group Foundation
Al Lennox
Nexen Inc.
Lou MacEachern
Westjet
First Student Canada
2013 Gardner Club
Breakfast donors
N. Murray Edwards Charitable Foundation
B'nai Brith Calgary Lodge No. 816
Bowness Road Investment Corp
Brawn Family Foundation
Services Inc.
ARC Resources Ltd.
Richard Haskayne
McLennan Ross LLP
Marg Southern
TransCanada Pipelines Ltd.
Energy Corporation
FirstEnergy Capital Corp
FMC Technologies Canada Ltd.
Donald Campbell
RBC Foundation
Inc.
Louie Marchesin
John Armstrong Professional Corporation
Stanley Weber
Secure Energy
Bonavista
FGL Sports Ltd.
Woodridge Ford Lincoln
Alcom Investments Ltd.
Atlas Concrete
Derek Martin
John Cranston
The CRN Group
JF Forget
Corp
Bancor Inc.
George Brookman
Mawer Investment Management
Joey's Seafood Restaurant
Edward Ostrowski
Lorne Larson
Scott Beaton
Nose Creek Forest Products
Glen Hammerlindl
Ralph Garrett
Carolyn Phillips
Robert Iverach
Don Snyder
Paul Edwards
David Bannatyne
John Sparks
Jack Williams
Paul Gagnon
Darlene Ward
Barbara Brookes
David Fettig
Gregory Kuran
Tracey Stock
Walter Chayka
Cheryl Cohen
Doug McPhee
Professional Corporation
Walter Shoults
Peregine General Pest Control Inc.
R. W, Thompson
Sigma Exploration Inc.
Jerry Spevako
2013 Foundaton Felloship
Donors
Scott Beaton
Gregory Kuran
Lorne & Pat Larson
Leigh & Barbara Cotterill
Marg Southern
Eric Haffenden
John & Mary Cranston
Robert Riley
Douglas MacDonald
Harry & Martha Cohen Foundation
John Armstrong
Sarah Birdsey-Bailey
Duane Bailey
Chinook Scout Foundation
supporters
Kids+
The employees of Fluor Canada
were the lead donor for the Kids+
campaign that helped 500 families
afford to join Scouting.
Other Chinook Scout
Foundation Donors
John Armstrong
John & Elsie Collins Foundation
Penn West Petroleum Ltd.
Penn West Petroleum Ltd.
Mike Bingley
Thomas Whittingham
Colin Cook
Scott Beaton
Larry Adams
Grace Belzner
Ralph Garrett
Cheryl Cohen
Thomas Whittingham
Barbara Vincent
Evelyn Kelly
2013 Council Donors
Robert Schwartzenberger
Brent King
Tracey
Stock
Walt Matthies
Blue Collar Temps
David Forbes
Maunders McNeil Foundation Inc.
Corey Olynik
Michael Strachey
Victor Fournel
Robert Dickson
Tracee Collins
Gran Tierra Energy Inc.
Michael Bingley EPCOR Energy
Alberta Inc.
Canadian Tire Association Store #302
Penn West
Petroleum Ltd.
Jack Grant
Douglas MacDonald
Daniel
Woods
Gordon Ellison
Denny May
Glenbriar
Technologies Inc.
John Hind
Harold Wyatt
Robert Bartlett
Wards Rentals Ltd.
ATCO Power Ltd. Larry Yasman
Pat Fawcett
ATCO Gas
Jody Saunders
Irene Harris
Wayne Krywolt
Leanne Wilson
2013 Donors to our Groups
Army, Navy & Air Force
Veterans
E-Treme Packaging Services
Inc.
Scott Beaton
Kinsmen Club of Okotoks
Westburne West
Apache Canada Ltd.
Cenovus Energy Inc.
Tracy Parker
EnCana Corporation
Golder Associates Ltd.
Timbercraft Renovations Inc.
Shell Canada Ltd.
First Calgary
Scotiabank
Imperial Oil Limited
Focus Corporation
Nexen Inc.
Teck Coal Limited
Export Development Canada
RBC Foundation
Montgomery Power Management
Inc.
Fidelity Investments Canada
Ltd.
1520556 Alberta Ltd.
TransCanada Pipelines Ltd.
ConocoPhillips Canada
Resources Corp
Desmond Lai
Worley Parsons
Enbridge Pipelines Inc.
KCJ Mechanics Ltd.
Woodridge Ford Lincoln
Devon Canada Corporation
Yu Wang
L. Crichton
Kelly Johnson
380490 Alberta Ltd.
Medicine Hat Community View Darren Scheirman Professional
Lions Club
Corporation
1708509 Alberta Ltd.
FYI Eye Care Services &
Products Inc.
Marvin Smith
John Motyer
High Park Industrial
Construction Inc.
TDG Resources Ltd.
Manulife Financial
Dorothy Caine
Precision Hyundai
Big M Ford Lincoln Ltd.
Trevor Stensby
George Simpson
1349791 Alberta Ltd.
Donald Wakelam
Alykhan Merani
Ray Burridge
Robert Evans
Paul O'Gorman
Greg Dennis
Brent Jones
Johanna Kortenschyl-Allan
Albert Haynes
Jeremy Satnik
James Owen
Sian Weaver
Michael Prime
High River Block Parent
Herbert Stroh
Program
Michael Brown
Stantec Consulting Ltd.
Bradley Krusky
Shaw Communications
2013 Donors to our Groups
Wallace McGruther Robert Kotler
Matthew Gibb
Spring Hill
Chiropractic
Richard Allen
Dr. Derek Shaw Prof Paul deRosenoil
Corp
Diane Carter
Evelyn Nott
Sherry Falkenberg
Donna Paynter
Eva Rutledge
Shoes T. Boot
Rema MacDonald
Brian Varney
Simon Evison
Caralyn Boh
Marlin Murphy
Barbara Kroetsch
Don Fry
Jason Manarintr
Bob Gagnon
Mark Fietz
Sandra Staerk
Bernard Mailloux
Leighton Healey
Dan McCoy
Janneane Wutzke
Paul Parzan
Graham Venechuk
John Slade
Greg Brown
Enercan Resources Eileen March
Ltd.
Cley Brotherton
Sandra FraserKen Fryatt
Dokken
Arlene Round
Caryle Schroeder
Donna Wood
Jaime Easdon
Maggie Lindsay
Colleen Matthews
Joe Bauer
Frank Friesen
Sean Meggs
Shades on Caribou
Nelly Shaw
Rick Arum
Kelly Burney
Lucy Houchen
Janine Jowett
Helen Martins
Cam Mcleod
Julie Rosario
Jon Van Engelen
Tim Voykin
Heather West
Jacquie Winter
Clotilda Agbojo
G Alexander
Dustin Berhara
Lisa Cao
C Dickson
Oscar Gomex
Kris McGeoch
Herbert Melner
Nwabu Nzurum
Richard Parent
Michele Rondot
Tom Russell
Daniel Sander
Phil Sheppard
Darren Thengs
Chris Whitty
Bobby Dhillon
Kathryn Lundy
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