The Pathfinder Parade is the beginning of the Fair activities, starting at 9:00 am.
Come prepared to have a float in the parade and help to make this year’s parade the best and most colorful ever. The floats will be judged during line up so that your float can display its ribbon during the parade. Floats should be a Pathfinder project, with club members designing, building and decorating. Judging begins at 8:30am at line-up site. Floats will receive either a 1st, 2nd, or 3rd place ribbon. Points are not added to yearly points. Continue reading
The age of technology has opened up a vast source of information for us. If we don’t know something…we can “google it!” Unfortunately, sometimes a good thing can have an adverse effect. Over the last few years, we have noticed a slight breakdown in the consistency of the Pathfinder Drill in our conference. Therefore, the following observations are an attempt to bring to light some areas that in the past have been brought into question. Continue reading
Pathfinder clubs are encouraged to teach and practice basic drill and marching movements. Drill and marching is an important part of the Pathfinder club. Learning to listen and follow commands helps your club have an atmosphere where it’s fun and easy to learn. Drill encourages listening which assists with discipline. Young people who are properly disciplined will have confidence in their own abilities and are more apt to achieve their goals. Continue reading