We are more than half way through the Spring season at KISC and busily preparing for the Summer season. After a sunny, hot and dry Spring so far, today we had a few flurries of snow and we are looking forward to having some rain on the Campsite.
Over the past 2 weeks 8 new Long Term Staff have started work at the Centre and all have had intensive training to get back up to speed with procedures and operations at KISC. The Short Term Staff have been enjoying the great weather and getting out into the mountains climbing, hiking and getting sunburnt. April saw the Spanish Work party here stacking, cutting, moving and splitting wood and coming up at the end of May the Dutch and International Work parties will be visiting KISC.
This week will be one of the busiest of the season with the World Scout Bureau staff from all over the world holding meetings at the Centre. We are delighted to welcome them and wish them the best for a successful week.
Large hole found on Campsite
In other news, a large hole was found this spring in the vicinity of Uncle Sam's Shelter. The Staff, led by Grounds Assistant Sam Carrie, are looking into it. The cause of the hole is at yet unknown but rest assured KISC's finest minds are investigating the matter.
Yours in Scouting,
Jens Sheeran (IE),
Myriam Heidelberger Kaufmann (CH)
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