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Welcome! We are going to blog our recent activities and trainings right here, and while these can be attractive for some, we might as well thought that these must be purposeful for the most of our recepients. The trainings and advancements that each Kidapawan Scout has for them are but supplementary to their journey to the highest rank in scouting- to be an Eagle Scout!




MT. APO KIDS, Welcomes New Recruits

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The KIDS recently conducted its first Encampment with Reflection Night for 2011 at Le Reve Inland Resort, Kisante, Makilala on August 20-21.

Upon arrival, an opening program was conducted. The Encampment was formally opened by WB Holder Aries V. Panes and the Statement of the purpose was presented by SCA Rex N. Toledo. Although the main purpose is to finish all rank requirements, Toledo emphasized that learning coupled by enjoyment should be infuse on the whole duration of the camping especially the newbie’s who will soon be part of the official rooster during the incoming Investiture Ceremony.

The participants were divided to three subgroups according to their Scout Ranks. WB John Tem D. Gaviola and SCA Toledo handled the ten (10) new members . The Pathfinder aspirants finished their First Aid MB under WB Panes. And the Outdoorsman aspirants performed their requisites in Soil and Water Conservation MB under the supervision of the two ES Alfred and Fredde G. Naparan.

The reflection night, the highlight of the Camp is aimed to emphasize that God is the center of the said activity as well as in our personal lives was spearheaded by the members of the Youth for Christ.

The Scouts were also given enough time to enjoy swimming, sliding and diving on the cool fresh spring waters of Le Reve Resort.

Break camp was declared before lunch on the following day. The group departed from the resort bringing with them memories, skills and knowledge from the first encampment for 2011.




2 Scouts makes history as 4 others joins MT. APO KIDS Eagles’ Perch

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On the recently concluded National Board of Review held at Cotabato Council Board Room, Kidapawan City today, May 14, 2011, Scouts Joel Lynn A. Segovia and Anna Louella S. Toledo made history as the first two “Girl in Scouting” Eagle Scouts of Cotabato Council (or Eastern Mindanao Region?) while Jay Lyod B. Alocelja, Nelson A. Caroro, Neil Everson P. Cunanan and Neil Anthony T. Morala also joins the KIDS Eagles’ perch. Scout Elton John Barro of Kidapawan City National High School completed the rooster of BOR passers.

Anna and Joel Lynn are survivors of  3-crew “Girl in Scouting” first batch trainees who started in 2008. Both became Council representatives to the Mindanao Youth Forum, APR Jamboree, several Council activities specifically as staff during Council Ventures and Jamborettes.  Anna attended an International Social Accountability Learning Session at Tagaytay City as EMR representative.

Scouts Alocelja,  Caroro and Morala, who started their advancement from other Institutions during their elementary days, became members in 2008. They participated actively in Council gatherings as staff and facilitators.

Scout Cunanan joined the KIDS in 2006. Went on furlough for 18 months then rejoined the KIDS summer of 2008. Neil is the currently the SCL, represented the Council to the Mindanao Youth Forum, chaired the 2009 Council Youth Forum and Youth representative to the Council Board 2009-2010.

The KIDS now have nestled 13 Eagle Scouts in a decade. (JBeST)




5 KIDS survives elusive ESTC

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Survivors of the rare Emergency Service Training Course, Venturer Scouts Jay Loyd Alocelja, Nelson Caroro, Neil Everson Cunanan, Neil Anthony Morala and Anna Louella S. Toledo the lone Girl in Scouting participant have accomplished another feat of their Scouting lives today, May 7, 2011 at Camp Bulatukan, Makilala, Cotabato.

ESTC is an emergency response (first responder) skills program of the Boy Scouts of the Philippines. Last conducted in the Council in 2005, the 6-day course covers Fundamentals of Civil Defense, Emergency First Aid, Medical Emergencies, Communication by Morse Code/Radio, Maps and Compass, Firemanship, Food and Liquor Laws, Police Services, Field Engineering and Search & Water Rescue. Every topic was followed by written test, mobilization and practicum.

The training was conducted by very competent staff coming from the EMR Office (3), Cotabato Council (6), The Philippines National Red Cross Kidapawan City, Makilala Police Station, Makilala Fire Department and the DOH.

Three Institutions participated in the training namely Antipas National High School (9), MT. APO KIDS (5), and USM-ULS (15). (jbest)




9 KIDS attends First Aid Demo

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May 3, 2011 Day-2 Emergency Service Training Corpse, Camp Bulatukan. 9 KIDS and 2 adults attended today a first aid lecture and demonstration on Emergency Transport, Human Anatomy and Physiology, and Basic Life Support conducted by BM Frank Mateo, M.D. and the National Red Cross Kidapawan City Sub-Chapter, headed by Mr. Bryan Mangibunong.

In attendance were Scouts, Rhocel Bidal, Gellie Salcedo, Jane Tecson, Jana Toledo, Arnold Buenaflor, Myle De Guzman, Alchi Ibañez, Denver Potenciano and RL Toledo.

The KIDS went on a half-day lecture and observation tour to the camp during the on-going 6-day Emergency Service Training Corpse conducted by the Cotabato Council.




7 KIDS Completes Life Saving MB with a BANG!

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Fire Chief/WB holder/JRS/WASAR Instructor Phil A. Jamero conducted a 1-day Life Saving MB Completion Test at Le Reve Resort, Kisante, Makilala with 10 participants in attendance last April 3, 2011. 7 Eagle aspirants completed the Life Saving Merit Badge while 3 others had their first session on lifesaving.

The Scouts were tested first on their swimming skills before the lifesaving methods and techniques. Ring and line rescue method and other non-swim techniques (having lesser risk especially those less skilled swimmers) were given greater emphasis.

The Scouts where subjected to an actual rescue when a young boy and girl playing, both non-swimmers, was noticed to be distress about 5 meters from the pool gutter. Venture Scout Anna Louella S. Toledo, the strongest swimmer among the trainees, responded quickly to save the girl and soon, with the help of Sir Phil, brought both children safety.

Sir Phil is Water Search and Rescue (WASAR) Instructor recently trained at Philippine Fire National Training Institute, Camp Vicente Lim, Laguna.