For those of you looking to register for the Pulling Together Canoe Journey 2015 – many may have already received their registration form from their Canoe Family Skipper/planner, but we have the form available below – instructions are included in the form (For ease of submission – this version of the form is fillable).
Submission for form & fees are required by June 19th, 2015 to allow for the planning committee to ensure enough supplies and logistical requirements are rented, ordered and planned for one of our biggest journey’s yet. Last count was 25 Canoe Families!
Skippers Meeting – **Confirmed Location** RCMP E Division Headquarters – 14200 Green Timbers Way, Surrey, BC. Media room – Pulling Together Canoe Society Board members will greet you in lobby.
June 14th, 2015 Sunday 1600 hours (approx 2 hours) is the planned Skipper’s meeting – all Skippers and Canoe Family organizers are required to attend. This meeting will have the last minute changes to the itinerary, information on the route, and all necessary requirements for Canoes to participate on this year’s journey. Full packages of the route for skippers are usually given out at this meeting.
If you are unable to attend – Canoe Family Skipper or Planner – please advise our Pulling Together Canoe Society (use form below).
PT 2015 Planning Committee have been finalizing locations and the itinerary is expected to be sent out & posted in a matter of days.
The initial start location on July 2 is at Chehalis (sta’ailes), 4690 Salish way, Agassiz, BC. July 3rd will be the Safety Demonstration, and all canoes will be on the water with crews for an initial pull – all Canoe Families and their participants should be available to participate in the Demo & initial paddle (approx 0900 hours July 3rd, 2015.) Finalized Itinerary is expected to be released in a matter of a few days.
Below is a form for those of you that have additional questions about this year’s journey we have defaulted it to our Pulling Together Canoe Society Email Email PT Canoe Society– so one of the Board Members or Planning Committee members should be able to provide assistance quickly.