Latest News from LSC&PH
Power House Play - The Real Inspector Hound
4 possible suspects. 1 dead body. Who is capable of this terrible crime? Will you discover the real killer before it’s too late? In the tradition of Mouse Trap, The Real Inspector Hound promises to be a night you’ll never forget…
5th, 6th 7th of December
8pm in the Theatrette at Power House
Tickets: Adults $22, Concession 18
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Quarterly Connections Luncheon - Dec 4
All members are invited to join the last quarterly connections for 2013 on Wednesday December 4 from 11:30am.
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Click here for a booking form
Christmas Camp - December 28 - January 2
Forms for Christmas Camp are now available! Join in the family friendly fun of Christmas, which this year inlcudes New Years!!
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Annual Report 2013 - Making a Powerful Impression
It has been another big year for Lord Somers Camp and Power House. To see how we have made a powerful impression in the lives of participants, volunteers and the community, click the image above.
Big Camp 2014 Staff Forms
Big Camp 2014 Staff Application Forms are now available on the forms page of our website. Forms for both Lord and Lady Somers Camps are available in both online and printable versions.
Please ensure you submit a Staff Application Form and a 2014 Medical Form.
Click Here to visit the forms page
Power House Youth Leadership Foundation Initiatives
The Power House Youth Leadership Foundation have launched two fantastic new initiatives, the Kick Off Awards and the Somers Fellowship Award, designed to assist members follow their passions.
Click Here for more information on the Kick Off Awards
Click Here for more information on the Somers Fellowship Award
Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP)
Lord Somers Camp and Power House is committed to educating and raising awareness of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture. This RAP contains the actions we will take as we seek to 'Close the Gap', improve understanding and acceptance of diversity and build respectful relationships between all Australians.
Click here to read about this important commitment.
Updated Working With Children Policy
The Programs and Activities Committee have approved the updated LSC&PH Working With Children Policy. This policy, available on the Web site, contains information every staff member should know prior to participating in programs.
If you already have a WWC card, you’re almost there, but the policy does have some changes that pertain to you. Please ensure that you are compliant with the updated policy as some key requirements have been updated.
- In addition to having the card, the office MUST have a letter on file from the Department of Justice (DOJ), letting us know that LSC&PH is a nominated organisation. This can be done with a short phone call to the DOJ (1 300 652 879) - you MUST ensure that your contact details are up to date with the DOJ (again, ring 1 300 652 879 to confirm)- you must ensure you renew your card prior to expiry- if you are over 18 years you must hold a valid a WWC card (regardless of where in Australia you reside)
To view the policy please click here.