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Inter-American Division
Pathfinder Camporee
LINEAGE OF CHAMPIONS

Enrollment

Prices and entitlements of various access plans.

$15
Day Pass
Day pass for visitors
  • ID bracelet
  • From Tuesday to Friday
  • 8:00 am - 6:00 pm
  • The schedule of participants
$55
Local Participants
Subsidized participants
  • ID bracelet
  • The schedule of participants
  • The program
  • The souvenir of the camporee
$70
Local Participants
Non-Subsidized participants
  • ID bracelet
  • The schedule of participants
  • The program
  • The souvenir of the camporee
$100
Participants from other Divisions
  • ID bracelet
  • The schedule of participants
  • The program
  • The souvenir of the camporee

Mirador del Este Park - Review

Mirador del Este Park is a great green space full of trees, offering a splendid view of the Caribbean Sea...

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Mirador del Este Park - Review

Mirador del Este Park is a great green space full of trees, offering a splendid view of the Caribbean Sea.
It is also a park for physical activity which has the best sports facilities in the Caribbean.
It was suitable for the celebration of the XIV Panamerican Games in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic from August 1st - 17th, 2003. It has capacity for 20,000 people.

Why is it important to have a Camporee?

The Inter-American Camporee will provide participants with an opportunity to live an exciting experience with God that leads them...

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Why is it important to have a Camporee?

The Inter-American Division Camporee will lead participants into an exciting experience with God that will help them be transformed by the Holy Spirit (Romans 12: 2).

This Camporee will be a unique opportunity of experiential, integral learning, based on the teachings of the book of Ruth.

It is our goal that every Pathfinder will have his/her identity reconfirmed, and his/her sense of leadership strengthened. We also hope that each participant will receive inspiration to be involved in the mission with a local and global vision.

JA Youth Ministries and Directors of Unions

  • IAD Youth Ministry, Assessor

Dra. Myrna Costa

Vice President

  • Inter-American Division

Pr. Al Powel

Youth Ministries Director

Louise Nocandy

Director General of the camporee

  • Dominican Union

Carlos Rilio

Union Hostess Coordinator

  • North Mexican Union

Oscar Rivera

Support Team

  • Caribbean Union

Anthony Hall

Support Team

  • Venezuela Union

Emilio Perche

Support team

  • Union in Antilles and French Guyana

Esaie Auguste

Support team

  • Guatemala Union

Estuardo Guerra

Support team

  • North Comlombian Union

Mauricio Buitrago

Support team

  • East Venezuela Union

Moisés Prieto

Support team

  • Dutch Caribbean Union

Surrandy Selassa

Support team

  • Southeast Mexican Union

Armando Balán

  • Panama Union

Carlos Saldaña

  • Jamaica Union

Dan Fletcher

  • Mexican Union in Chiapas

Daniel Guzmán

  • Cuban Union

Daniel Pino

  • Puerto Rico Union

David Sebastián

  • Atlantic Caribbean Union

Eric Clarke

  • Central Mexican Union

Francisco Brigído

  • Belize Union

Gelder Gamboa

  • South Colombian Union

Joel Hernández

  • Union of El Salvador

Luis Aguillón

  • Mexican Union Interoceanic

Oscar González Corona

  • Haitian Union

Richner Fleury Auguste

  • South Central American Union

Wilfredo Ruiz

  • Honduran Union

Zamir Sarmiento

SPECIAL GUEST: PR. JONATÁN TEJEL

Jonatán Tejel Subirada is the 7th Pathfinder Director of the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventist Church.

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SPECIAL GUEST: PR. JONATÁN TEJEL

Jonatán Tejel Subirada is the 7th Pathfinder Director of the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventist Church. The son of Andres and Josefina Tejel, Jonatan is used to changes. As is common for many PKs (Pastor kids), the family frequently moved until they settled in Madrid, Spain, where he spent his adolescent years.

He was baptized by his father, Pastor Andrés Tejel, on December 26, 1981. In 1990 he began his studies in Theology at Sagunto Adventist College. He attended that institution for the first three years, and then moved on to Collonges (France) where he completed his degree in Theology in 1995.

He is married to the former Daniela Sciarabba. They are the parents of two daughters; Astrid, born in 1999 and Édera, born in 2001.

Jonatán Tejel has over seventeen years’ experience as a youth ministries director and speaks four languages: Spanish, Italian, English and French.

SPECIAL GUEST: YAMILETH BAZÁN

Yamilet Bazan, Yami, was born in Cuba and moved to the United States when she was 8 years old.

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SPECIAL GUEST: YAMILETH BAZÁN

Yamilet Bazan, Yami, was born in Cuba and moved to the United States when she was 8 years old. A pastor’s daughter, an athlete, a sister, cousin, wife, mother, teacher, all these can describe her, but she prefers the label, “a child of God”. A graduate of La Sierra University (B.A & M.A) and of Andrews University (PhD) Yami feels “indebted to the lives of the men and women who took the time to grow my faith, my intellect, and ultimately my love for God.”

Yami’s been involved in education and youth ministries for the past 23 years. She began as a middle school teacher in an academy, went on to public school, spent a year as a missionary with her husband, returned and served for eight years as the Associate Youth Ministries director for Southeastern California conference whereby she designed, implemented, ran high-school-aged youth ministry, trainings for local churches on youth evangelism, served on a number of committees for the North American Division. Her area of interests reflects the diversity of her spirit: she is actively involved in her local city and has been recognized for her work by her peers and state officials, she collaborates with Hispanic colleagues developing relevant ministry for second and third-generation Hispanic youth, volunteers her time to sit in various local and church boards, and her research in Diversity and Student Engagement has her pursuing a variety of research opportunities. She has dedicated her life to serving God, the youth and her beloved Adventist church. Currently works as the Vice President for Student Life at La Sierra University. She preaches Christ and Christ alone. There is no other Truth that can ever compete with His grace.

Yami’s been married for 25 years. “My husband is my best friend, greatest supporter and my complete opposite.” Together they share a thoughtful, musical, and funny seventeen-year-old son; both dad and son are named Daniel.

Diary

Description of daily activities in our camporee.

  • ARRIVAL IN MOAB
  • 7:00pm
    Opening / Start
  • 9:00pm
    Opening / End
  • CHALLENGES IN MOAB
  • 5:00am
    Geting up
  • 6:00am
    Flag Hoist
  • 6:30am
    Devotional
  • 7:30am
    Dreakfast
  • 9:00am
    Events
  • 12:30pm
    Lunch
  • 3:00pm
    Events
  • 7:30pm
    Night Schedule
  • RETURN TO BETHLEHEM AND PARTICIPATION IN THE TANG
  • 5:00am
    Geting up
  • 6:00am
    Flag Hoist
  • 6:30am
    Devotional
  • 7:30am
    Dreakfast
  • 9:00am
    Events
  • 12:30pm
    Lunch
  • 3:00pm
    Events
  • 7:30pm
    Night Schedule
  • CHEERS OF BETHLEHEM (WEDDING CELEBRATION)
  • 5:00am
    Geting up
  • 6:00am
    Flag Hoist
  • 6:30am
    Devotional
  • 7:30am
    Dreakfast
  • 9:00am
    Events
  • 12:30pm
    Lunch
  • 3:00pm
    Events
  • 7:00pm
    Sabbath Reception
  • 7:30pm
    Night Schedule
  • DESCENDANTS OF SUPER CHAMPION AND DEDICATION
  • 7:30am
    Divine Worship
  • 9:00am
    Closing Program

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Camporee facilities

Camping Place

Comfortable and homely places for camping. Between the green plain, along the river, among the trees. Security 24 hours

Bathrooms

Clean and adequate bathrooms, enabled of sufficient water.

Tour

Fascinating tours of the best areas and main attractions of Mirador del Este Park.

Gift shop

Selling camping equipment, accessories at affordable prices, selling gifts, and souvenirs of the camporee.

Local suppliers

Local suppliers will be selling groceries, food supplies.

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Clubs

+20,000

Pathfinders

+41

Countries

24

Units

24

Executives

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