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Friday, 30 May 2008

KOLEKSI KEMPORI PENGAKAP QUBER 2008 ... TERHAD

TERHAD (50 unit lagi)...
Kepada sesiapa yang berminat, sila berhubung terus kepada:
Encik Rosley Mat Hasan
Pen. Pesuruhjaya Pengakap (Pentadbiran)
Daerah Hulu Terengganu
013-966 8532

Jambori Pengakap ASEAN 2008

Tarikh : 18 hingga 26 Oktober 2008
Tempat : Tapak Perkhemahan Cibubur, Jakarta Timur, Indonesia
Bayaran Penyertaan : USD 150
Anjuran : Gerakan Pramuka Indonesia
Tema :Developing Brotherhood and cultural understanding

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RAIMUNA NASIONAL 2008

Indonesia National Rover Moot 2008

Tarikh : 27 Jun hingga 7 Julai 2008
Tempat : Tapak Perkhemahan Cibubur, Jakarta Timur, Indonesia
Yuran Penyertaan : USD150
Anjuran : Gerakan Pramuka Indonesia
Tema : Strengthening brotherhood and building the spirit of the national for the world peace

DALAM KENANGAN ... KEMPORI PENGAKAP JEMPUTAN QUBER 2008 ...

PERHATIAN
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SEMOGA KENANGAN KEMPORI AKAN KITA KENANG DAN TATAPI BERSAMA ...
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TERIMA KASIH ... THANK YOU ... ARIGATO ... SHUKRAN ... NANDREE ...

PENGUMUMAN WEBLOG MASTER ...

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SEKALUNG PENGHARGAAN .. TERIMA KASIH

Terima Kasih kepada:

Petugas dari...

KLKM UPSI
KLKM UMT
KLKM Paramedik (Kolej Sains Kesihatan Malaysia, Sg. Buloh, Selangor)
KLKM UNITEN
KLKM TATiUC
KLM IPKTBR
KLKM UDM

Pasukan Pengakap Kelana A Hulu Terengganu
Pasukan Pengakap Kelana C Hulu Terengganu
Pasukan Pengakap Kelana B (Laut) Kuala Terengganu
Pasukan Pengakap Kelana Kemaman
Pasukan Pengakap Kelana Dungun

Jabatan Pertanian Negeri Terengganu
Pejabat Daerah Hulu Terengganu
Polis Di Raja Malaysia (Hulu Terengganu)
Bomba dan Penyelamat Daerah Hulu Terengganu
Agensi Anti Dadah Kebangsaan (Hulu Terengganu)
Pejabat Perhutanan Daerah Hulu Terengganu
Pejabat Agama Daerah Hulu Terengganu
Majlis Daerah Hulu Terengganu
Jabatan Kerja Raya Daerah Hulu Terengganu
Tenaga Nasional Berhad (Kuala Berang)

Team Delta Rovers Malaysia
Akhbar Sinar Harian

Di atas kerjasama yang diberikan sehingga berjayanya Kempori Pengakap Jemputan Quber 2008...

TANPA ANDA SEMUA KEMPORI INI TIDAK AKAN BERJAYA DILAKSANAKAN SEPERTIMANA YANG TELAH BERJALAN...

TERIMA KASIH ... TERIMA KASIH ... TERIMA KASIH ...

JUMPA LAGI DI KEMPORI PENGAKAP JEMPUTAN QUBER EDISI KE-2...

Tuesday, 20 May 2008

PERTARUNGAN ANTARA PEGAWAI DAERAH MELAWAN KETUA-KETUA JABATAN...

Tarikh: 21 Mei 2008 (Rabu)
Masa : 3.30 petang
Lokasi : Tapak Aktiviti Lasak, Taman Pertanian Negeri, Sekayu, Kuala Berang, Terengganu.

Akan dihadiri oleh:

1. Tuan Haji Mohd Rozali Saleh, Pegawai Daerah Hulu Terengganu
2. Encik Nasran Abd Halim, Pen. Pegawai Daerah II, Hulu Terengganu
3. Ketua-Ketua Jabatan di daerah Hulu Terengganu
4. Pegawai-pegawai Kempori Pengakap Quber 2008

Terima Kasih kepada:

Team Delta Rovers Malaysia...

KEMPORI QUBER 2008 ... TAMAN ORKID

Friday, 16 May 2008





SELAMAT HARI GURU 2008



Tuesday, 13 May 2008

QUBERSCOUT CAMPOREE 2008 ... COUNTDOWN ...


QUBERSCOUT CAMPOREE 2008 ... ACTIVITY

ABSEILING

Abseiling (from the German: abseilen, "to rope down") is the process of descending a rope under control, used in rock climbing, mountaineering, caving and canyoneering; used to descend cliffs or slopes too steep to walk down.

It is also known as: rappelling (American English), abbing (British slang for "abseiling"), jumping (Australian slang) rap jumping (American slang), roping down, roping, seiling (Australian slang), snapling (Israeli slang), rappling (Hindi slang).

EQUIPMENT

Helmets are worn to protect the head from bumps and falling rocks. A light source may be mounted on the helmet in order to keep the hands free in unlit areas.
Gloves protect hands from the rope and from hits with the wall. They are mainly used by recreational abseilers, industrial access practitioners, adventure racers and military as opposed to climbers or mountaineers. In fact, they can increase the risk of accident by becoming caught in the descender in certain situations.
Boots or other sturdy footwear with good grips.
Knee-pads (and sometimes elbow-pads) are popular in some applications for the protection of joints during crawls or hits.
Ropes used for descending are typically of Kernmantle rope construction, with a multi-strand core protected by an abrasion-resistant woven sheath. For most applications, low-stretch rope (typically ~2% stretch when under the load of a typical bodyweight) called static rope is used to reduce bouncing and to allow easier ascending of the rope.
A harness is used around the waist to secure the descender. A comfortable harness is important for descents that may take many hours.
A descender or rappel device is a friction device or friction hitch that allows for rope to be paid out in a controlled fashion, under load, with a minimal effort by the person controlling it. The speed at which the rappeller descends is controlled by applying greater or lesser force on the rope below the device. Descenders can be task-designed or improvised from other equipment:
Mechanical descenders include braking bars, the figure eight, the abseil rack, the "bobbin" (and its self-locking variant the "stop"), the gold tail, and the "sky genie" used by some window-washers and wildfire firefighters.
Some improvised descenders include the Munter hitch, a carabiner wrap, the basic crossed-carabiner brake and the piton bar brake (sometimes called the carabiner and piton). There is an older, more uncomfortable, method of wrapping the rope around one's body for friction, as in the Dulfersitz or Geneva methods used by climbers in the 1960s.

Monday, 12 May 2008

Wednesday, 7 May 2008

QUBERSCOUT CAMPOREE ... ACTIVITY


A wall climbing is an artificially constructed wall with grips for hands and feet, used for climbing. Some are brick or wooden constructions, but on most modern walls, the material most often used is a thick multiplex board with holes drilled into it. Recently, manufactured steel and aluminum have also been used. The wall may have places to attach belay ropes, but may also be used to practice lead climbing or bouldering.
Each hole contains a specially formed t-nut to allow modular hand holds to be screwed on to the wall. With manufactured steel or aluminum walls, an engineered industrial fastener is used to secure hand holds. The face of the multiplex board climbing surface is covered with textured products including concrete and paint and/or polyurethane loaded with sand. In addition to the textured surface and hand holds, the wall may contain surface structures such as indentions (incuts) and protrusions (bulges), or take the form of an overhang, underhang or crack.
Some grips are formed to mimic the conditions of outdoor rock, including some that are oversized and can have other grips bolted onto them.

Monday, 5 May 2008

QUBERSCOUT CAMPOREE 2008 ... ACTIVITY

Get to see how ‘keropok lekor’ is made in Quberscout Camporee 2008 which is famous traditional food in Terengganu. Everybody love ‘keropok lekor’ and usually buy them from pasar malam (night markets) here. So, having the chance to see and taste them when they are freshly made is a treat. Here, you are also have a chance to make them at our activities’ site.

This is the keropok lekor producer in Seberang Takir and Losong. Be sure to visit them when you are in Kuala Terengganu because in this location, you can see all the sights synonymous with the East Coast like songket weaving, fishing village, dried fishes dried in the sun and etc.

As you can see in the two pictures (above and below), making keropok lekor involves hand rolling the fish paste into rolls and boiled in a huge pot of water. It is very much like making sausages. Let’s imagine keropok lekor as the fish sausage.

A closer look at the process. Normally, we have our keropok lekor deep fried. However, you are advised that they are best eaten boiled with special chillies sauce to dip in it. The prepared keropok lekor is sold everywhere in Terengganu and some are sent to other states too.




Sunday, 4 May 2008

QUBERSCOUT CAMPOREE 2008 ... ACTIVITIES

BE WITH US IN REAL ORIENTEERING
TAMAN PERTANIAN NEGERI, SEKAYU,
KUALA BERANG, TERENGGANU
IS ONE OF THE BEST ORIENTEERING SPOT IN TERENGGANU...

Thursday, 1 May 2008

QUBERSCOUT CAMPOREE 2008 ... COMPETITION ACTIVITY


PAINTBALL CLINIC AND COMPETITION

7 IN A GROUP

WAR GAMES
DON'T MISS IT....
COME AND JOIN US IN CAMPOREE...

QUBERSCOUT CAMPOREE 2008 ... LAY OUT OF THE CAMPOREE 'S SITE


Drew by : Azman & Zalman
Reproduced by : Rozly & Esham

QUBERSCOUT CAMPOREE 2008 ... ACTIVITIES

One of Our Activity is to visit Islamic Civilization Park (Taman Tamadun Islam), Pulau Wan Man, Kuala Terengganu, Terengganu.


  • ( THE CRYSTAL MOSQUE ) THE NATURAL BEAUTY OF KUALA TERENGGANU, MALAYSIA COMBINES PERFECTLY WITH THE THEMED LANDSCAPED GARDENS THAT LINK ONE THEME ENVIROMENT TO THE CITY. STAY FOR A DAY OR FOR A WHILE, VISIT ONE ATTRACTION OR MANY, AND CELEBRATE IN STYLE AT THE WEDDING CENTRE. VISIT THE UNIQUE CRYSTAL MOSQUE, OR TAKE TIME TO JOURNEY THROUGH THE EXQUISITE MINIATURE MONUMENTS OF THE ISLAMIC WORLD, WINDOWS ON ISLAM.


Reference : http://masjidkristal.blogspot.com


QUBERSCOUT CAMPOREE 2008 ... INVITATION

Hi Scouters,
Scouts of Terengganu Darul Iman, Malaysia extends a very warm invitation to Scouts from all over the world to join us in the District of Kuala Berang ( Town Beyond The Kenyir Lake ), Hulu Terengganu as we organize The SCOUT CAMPOREE QBER 2008 in May 2008.
Date : 23 May 2008 ( Friday ) through to Tuesday 27 May 2008.
Venue : Taman Pertanian Sekayu, Kuala Berang (Town Beyond The Kenyir Lake ).
It is recommended that when coming to Kuala Berang, Terengganu you plan to come by bus or taxi service from the Kuala Terengganu town. Your journey by road from Kuala Terengganu town is 42 kilometers to Kuala Berang and from Kuala Berang to the campsite is only 12 kilometers.
Eligibility :
All partcipants (scouters) must not younger than 15 years as at 1st. January 2008. Junior Scouts, Senoir Scouts, Rover Scouts, Adult Leaders and Observers.
Camporee Fee :
Junior / Senior / Rover Scouts - USD 40.00 ( incl. GST ) which includes all meals and all programme activities.
Adult Leaders and Observers - USD 50.00 ( incl. GST ) which includes all meals and all programme activitires.

QUBERSCOUT CAMPOREE 2008 ... ACTIVITIES

We have 25 exciting participation activities and 4 competition activities...
A wide range of activities every day such as
  • water activity ( river and outdoor pool )
  • paintball
  • wall climbing
  • flying fox
  • orienteering
  • radio communications
  • flag semaphore
  • darts
  • blowpipe
  • backswood cooking
  • batik drawing
  • spider web
  • tramping and hiking
  • handcraft
  • making "keropok" (our traditional food)
  • visit to historical places
and making new friends with Scouts from many other states / countries.
"Land Below Kenyir Lake"

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