PTCS Logo Contest Callout– click to open bulletin
The Pulling Together Canoe Society is looking for a new logo!
We have recently updated our Core Values, Mission, and Vision and we are looking for a versatile logo that reflects these.
The logo must be able to be used in grey scale and colour. The logo must also be able to be used in a variety of formats including on letterhead, t-shirts, blankets, websites, and banners.
Fun, Unity, Respect, Cultural, Diversity and Empathy
Recognizing the past by Pulling Together to enhance understanding between Public Service Agencies and Aboriginal Peoples by Canoeing the traditional highway, strengthening our future relations
To lead the way in the elimination of prejudice & stereotypes
The successful artist will be awarded with a blanket with the logo along with $300.00.
The successful submission will become legal property of the Pulling Together Canoe Society to be used in a wide range of promotional materials. (An agreement will be signed with artist prior to any use by the Pulling Together Canoe Society).
Those submissions that are not successful will be returned to the artist.
Consider some research on what makes a good logo – one link that can provide some insight – Tips on creating a good logo – click here
5pm on December 31st, 2015
Successful submission will be announced in early 2016.
Send submissions (please submit a high quality digital representation if possible- if unable to – original works will be accepted – but please recognize they will eventually be transferred into a digital medium-typical formats include -png/pdf/jpg/ or gif ) and your contact information (full name, address and email) to:
Or send your work to: Pulling Together Canoe Society PO Box 78034 Grandview PO Vancouver BC, V5N 5W1
Pulling Together Canoe Society Annual General Meeting Notice
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 2015, @ 3:00 PM
VANCOUVER POLICE DEPARTMENT
3585 GRAVELY STREET, VANCOUVER, BC
(ENTER LOBBY –A PTCS BOARD MEMBER WILL GREET YOU THERE-PARKING AVAILABLE ON STREET AND IN LOT TO THE EAST OF BUILDING.)
1. Opening Prayer
2. Acceptance of AGM Minutes November 2014
3. Presidents Report
4. Financial Statements
5. Nominations for Board Vacancies
6. PT 2016 Journey Update * Note: The 2016 Planning Committee and PTCS are requesting that any and all Skippers / planners / coordinators / individuals interested in participating in the 2016 Pulling Together Canoe Journey attend the AGM. The 2016 journey will be a different from our 2015 journey based on its remote location and the logistics to service several hundred participants – a challenging route, austere camping locations/amenities & challenging land routes. The Planning Committee will be providing specific details, information, and strategies for any Canoe family wishing to participate. ** Please contact us through our email at PTCanoesociety@gmail.com Email Me if you or your Canoe Family representative can’t attend this important meeting – and we will try and make arrangements for your canoe family to be informed.
7. Closing Prayer
*Newly elected Board members will be required to remain after AGM for 20-30 minute PTCS Board of Director Meeting
*Light Refreshments will be served
The final circle concluded early into the morning, ending a memorable journey for so many. This year provided some different challenges for our Pulling Together Canoe families, including heat and smoke. This year’s Planning Committee and their Safety Team, managed to make changes to ensure a safe and enjoyable journey.
There has been a flickr group for those of you that want to share your pictures. Click here for Flickr Account
Additionally we have our Facebook Pulling Together Canoe group Click here for Facebook Group
We wish all of those you travelling home a safe journey. And agreed that the end came too quickly, but our PTCS has already begun the work with our next year’s Planning Committee.
Thanks to all who make this happen, 2015 Pulling Together Canoe Planning Committee, CN Rail, Semiahmoo First Nation, and Surrey RCMP. More acknowledgements and thank you’s will be made in the coming few days.
Pulling Together Canoe Society
Pulling Together 2015 info for final day. Click below.
As we approach the final few days leading up to this year’s journey, the PTCJ 2015 Planning Committee has been completing the final details including comprehensive Skipper & Ground Crew Books. In additions they have provided a simple one page document to share with those interested in providing the launch/landings for morning, lunch and afternoon final destinations.
SKIPPERS** please note – a full skipper package including a bound, color Skippers book will be provided by the Planning Committee on day one when you arrive at first campsite.
This will be a challenging year for our Planning Committee as this year is one of our biggest on the Fraser River, with some significant environmental and planning logistical challenges. Please ensure that all Canoe Families have submitted their Registrations & fees to Emanuela Sheena – If you are still outstanding in either of these area – please contact Emanuela directly at Email Emanuela
CLICK here**JUNE 28 PTCJ Skipper book 2015.pdf
CLICK here**HEALTHYEYAS PTCJ GROUND CREW PACKAGE.pdf
CLICK here**HEALTHYWAYS PTCJ 2015 ITINERARY.pdf