Polish Union Master Guides Train by Exploring the Great Outdoors

TED training enhanced by Union follow up

News September 21, 2022

21 September 2022 | Poland [Olga Kulinicz with tedNEWS]

Earlier this year in June, 100 Master Guides representing 20 countries of the Trans-European and North American divisions – took part in a training and expedition exercise in Iceland, to gain knowledge and skills for leading the Pathfinders they serve, while experiencing the joy of the great outdoors.

Inspired by the June Master Guide Camp, Polish Union Pathfinder director, Olga Kulinicz ensured the training continues by organising ‘Master Guide Outdoor’ in Poland over the weekend of 16-18 September 16-18. Olga reports that “was an amazing time of adventure, good relationships and discovering God in nature. We covered 70 kilometers and in the spring of 2023, we will be organizing more outdoor training.”

Enjoy viewing this brief photo gallery which provides just a glimpse of a most enjoyable weekend of teamwork, friendship, service, and training.

From left to right: Mariusz Rawinski, Paulina Rawinska, Karina Rawdanowicz-Wróbel, Piotr Wróbel, Olga Kulinicz (leader), Michał Stalis, Magdalena Sulej-Lobert, Dorota Bednarczyk, Łukasz Początek [Photos: Julia Stalis].
Preparation and team talk before setting out for the day.

 

There are moments when you just have to stop, take a deep breath, and wonder at our beautiful country.
And then sometimes we talk, work out strategy, and think about the best ways we can serve our Pathfinders.
At the end of the day, while we’ve had a great time enjoying the blessings of God’s wonderful world, we are dedicated to sharing our experience with the next generation – what a privilege!

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