Doug Frazer was in attendance for the first time. Doug was a Rover during WJ'55. He has not been recently involved in Scouting.
Tony noted that the November minutes incorrectly recorded that George Howse was present at the meeting. It should have read that George Repar was present.
- Tony Roberts
- Tony attended WJ'55 as a Troop Leader (Senior Scout) with the Niagara Falls District Contingent. He has been working for some time to get a commemoration of the Jamboree. He has been working with Mike Scott, Chief Commissioner and a local MP. He has agreed to approach Province of Ontario about a Provincial plaque. Tony has spoken to others about a reunion.
- Bruce Sellers
- Bruce is on the committee of Scouts Canada, Greater Toronto Council's Scout Brigade of Fort George, an annual event where about 1500 Canadian and American Scouts re-enact the War of 1812.
- Ron Nicholson
- Ron is also on the SBFG committee and was an Assistance Scoutmaster at WJ'55.
- George Repar
- George was in the St. Catherines Contingent to WJ'55. For him it was a wonderful experience. He has maintained connections life-long with the Timberlands Group of the Canadian Contingent.
- Bill Connor
- Bill attended WJ'55 as the Senior Patrol Leader of the 1st Colraine Contingent from Northern Ireland. The Jamboree was turning point in life. He came to Canada and made his home in Niagara area. He has memorabilia from the Jamboree.
- David Lailey
- David attended WJ'55 as part of the Niagara-on-the-Lake contingent, which hiked to the Jamboree. He has an extensive scrap book and mementos of the event.
- Bill Lindsay
- Bill was a King Scout from Niagara Falls. While he did not attend the Jamboree, he felt its impact and believes that it is an important event that should be commemmorated. He is a member of the Friends of Fort George.
- Jack Tanner
- Jack became a King's Scout in 1946 and is a friend of Bill Lindsay.
- Ted Claxton
- Ted is a Scouter from the 11th Kitchener Scout Group in Scouts Canada, North Waterloo Area. He feels that the Jamboree is an important event that can help to promote Scouting and the life-long benefit of the Scouting experience.
- Liam Morland
- Liam is the Scoutmaster of the 21st Waterloo Scout Troop, also from North Waterloo Area. When visting NotL with his troop, he was surprised that he could not find any monument. Liam feels that this is an opportunity to promote Scouting in a prominent location and for attendees to hold a reunion and demonstrate the spirit of Scouting.
- Dave Stokes
- Dave was a Scout and Rover Leader. He attented WJ'55.