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CC February Meeting

Content for the second weekend Chennai Challenge training meeting of the year.
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Robert Short

on 1 May 2014

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Transcript of CC February Meeting

Culture
Fundraising
Medical
February 2012 Meeting
How to get money to us...
Minimum Effort
Maximum Yield
Where to get money from...
People you know
People you don't know
family
friends
collegues
charities
school/college/university
businesses
church
www.justgiving.com/chennaichallenge
1. set up your page
2. email your friends and family
3. ask them to donate through the safe and secure website
4. ask them to giftaid it
5. keep your page updated
Cheque
made payable to Chennai Challenge
pay in at:
HSBC Branch
A/C No 81477129
Sort Code 40-22-12
Bank Transfer
PLEASE
DO NOT
PAY IN
CASH!
Letters
Events
Fetes and Fairs
Challenges
abseil
bungee jump
parachute jump
running
cycle
www.ukbungee.co.uk
www.skylineparachuting.co.uk
www.eightpointtwo.co.uk
whole hog
www.bike-events.com
www.runningdiary.co.uk
Teams
Planning
Safeguarding Children
Immunisations
Up to date?
diptheria
tetanus
poliomyelitus
hepatitis A
typhoid
Extra
hepatitis B
tuberculosis
cholera
meningococcal meningitis
ALWAYS
seek medical advice
from your own GP or health worker!
We do not recommend getting the rabies vaccination
Chennai and
Tamil Nadu
are not at risk
of malaria
Prevention
&
Protection
Bites & Stings
Insect Repellent
high % DEET
After Bite Cream
Cover Up
Digestive Issues
Clean Water
Clean Hands
Reputable
Food
Outlets
Climate
Drink
Suncream
Clothing
Cleaning
First Aid
Lotions & Potions
Sun cream
After sun cream
Insect repellent
After bite cream
Diarrhoea tablets
Antiseptic
Hand sanitizer gel
Cold/flu tablets
Painkillers
Other Stuff
Plasters
Wound dressings
Tweezers
Small scissors
Sterile kit?
Hospitals
Local, clean and
very good
Mentors
Working with children
Introductions
Put your name sticker on

Find out about people on the team and fill in the 'Introducing' sheet
Emma
Jackie
Megan
Kate W
Ashley
Charlotte
Les
Rotary
Inner Wheel
Council
Schools
Scouts
Playing Games
Instructions
Discipline
Organisation
Response
Make them very clear and simple.
English is not the first language
How are you going to give things out?
How many glue /scissors do you have?
You can say NO!
You can say stop it.
The boys will love it.
They may be impatient
They want to play.
Yellagiri
Matched giving
Who can you work with?
What can you do?
Where will it happen?
When will it happen?
What do you need to prepare?
Who will you target?
How much will it raise?
Dress
Yellagiri
Food
breakfast
dosa
dal vadai
idli
payasam
poori
uttapam
vadai
coffee
lunch and snacks
bread & cheese
crisps
samosa
soft drinks
pav bhaji
hot puffs
frankie
fruit
dinner
south indian thali
north indian thali
paneer butter masala
curry, rice & bread
coffee
hot fudge nut sundae
mango lassi
Action & Cell Groups
KISS
Tamil
State Language of Tamil Nadu
In the Dravidan familiy of languages
Uses Tamil script
Spoken since 300B.C.E.
Spoken by over 65M people worldwide
Jackie
Charlotte
Suzanne
Mary
Kate W
Amy
Kieron
Kate A
Ashley
Hannah
Les
Megan
Isaac
Emma
The Journey
Activities
Customs & Etiquette
Greetings
Eating
Punctuality
Autos
Behaviour Management
Why do they misbehave?
Systems and Structures
Engaging
Roles and Status
You have a group of 9 boys aged 16-17. It is the third day of Yellagiri. They like doing sports, but your next session is mask making. You have to collect them from the main field and take them to the small hall (5 minute walk)
It is the first time you have met your group. They are boys aged 5-6. You don't recognise any of them from your previous visits to the Boys Town. Your next activity is in the main hall (5 minute walk). The boys have just arrived in Yellegiri after a 6 hour bus journey.
Your group is made up of 10 13-14 year olds. Yesterday there was an argument between two of the boys which resulted in one of them pushing the other over. They have spent the morning doing sporty sessions and this aftenoon's first session is friendship bracelets.
Scenarios
Quiz Night
Disco
Bingo
Fashion Show
Themed Food Evening
Barn Dance
Gig
Companies
Facepainting
Silly Games
Tombola
Cake Sale
Show
Isaac
Suzanne
Kieron
Hannah
Mary
Kate A
Amy
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