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The meeting, which took place between April 27 – 28 in Metz gathered the chiefs of the Eurojams’ logistical and pedagogical subcommittees.


Present were also chiefs who looked over the progression of the projects and who voiced their opinion on the work of each of the groups. On Saturday afternoon, everyone visited the camp grounds, where next year aproximately ten thousand Guides and Scouts of Europe will be camping.


Martin Hafner, summing up the meeting, compared the progressing preparations to the start of spring, when nature awakes, and plants begin to blossom. A similar explosion of life is just taking place in the work of Eurojams’ pedagogical and logistical subcommittees.

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The chiefs engaged in the organization of the Eurojam 2014 ended their pedagogical meeting in Rome with the Angelus prayer on St Peter’s Square. The Sunday Angelus in which they participated was the second to last possibility to see Pope Benedict XVI publicly speaking to believers.

Entrusting the Eurojam 2014 to the Virgin Mary was the culminating moment of the weekends work on the Eurojam program that took place at the Divino Amore Marian sanctuary near Rome.

16 people from France, Italy, Poland, Germany and Switzerland talked about specific tasks which stand before the pedagogical team – about camp life during Eurojam, about the activities that await the patrols, and also those of them that will be run in paired troops. They also talked about Eurojam 2014’s opening and closing ceremonies and about the scoutmasters’ camp which will be held in May 2014.

The federal commissioner, Martin Hafner, was present at the meeting, led by the pedagogical project chief, Marcin Kuczaj.

On Saturday, after some debates, the chiefs had dinner together with the Italian National Team. The Italian temperament, their way of expression and the singing that accompanied the meal were the elements that let everyone see the richness of the different cultures present in the FSE. “

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Twenty instrumentalists composed of Rangers, Rovers and even 2 Guides met for a week around New Year´s to record the soundtrack of the movie “1914 – The Secret of Confrécourt”.

Among them were also four members of the German Guides and
Scouts Association: the International scout brotherhood was a highlight of the camp.

Strings, woodwinds, brass and percussion: each contributed to the harmony of the music, the drama or the comedy that was composed specially for the occasion.

Some actors and technicians also have worked around the writer.

The release is scheduled for…. the Eurojam 2014!!!
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