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2014 International Pathfinder Camporee - Newsletter

August 2012

Register Today!


If you register today you will be included in the first 2,500 to register! You will receive a special souvenir pin AND a special backstage tour pass*! Please hurry, there are less than 1,235 tickets left to be a part of the first 2,500!

*Please Note: If you have already registered you are a part of the first 2,500. Before the International Camporee, you will receive your souvenir pin and backstage tour pass.


Request for Past Photos and Videos


We are putting up a photo gallery on the camporee website that will include pictures and videos from past International Camporees. In order to do that, we need your help!

If you have any past International Camporee high quality photos or videos, please send them to camporee@cye.org. We are looking for photos dating all the way back to Camp Hale in 1985! If you have the resources, please send them our way!

Hello from Pastor Ron


FFIC Executive Advisory Committee Meeting


The FFIC Executive Advisory Committee will meet on Monday, October 15, 2012 from 9am to 2pm. All Forever Faithful International Camporee executive committees are open for anyone to attend and have a voice, but votes are for committee members.

All minutes will be posted on the FFIC web site. Please RSVP your attendance so CYE can print handouts and prepare lunch for you at Andrews University. Any questions? Contact Erica Ross or call 269-471-8341. Please pray for the agenda and God's leading.

Adventist Rodders Club


Are you a part of the Adventist Rodders Club (ARC)? If so, are you planning on attending the 2014 International Camporee? The Adventist Rodders Club had a presence at the last three International Camporees! If you plan to attend in 2014 and would be willing to be an ARC contact there, please email Donn Leiske, ARC President. Ron Whitehead, FFIC Director, is an ARC member and would love to have the Adventist Rodders Club involved in the International Camporee!

Did you know?


The first SDA magazine for youth was called Youth's Instructor.