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  Duke of Edinburgh Program
Our Grade 9 students also participate in the Duke of Edinburgh Awards Program as part of the Grade 9 curriculum, rotating through four sections in one year: Music, Drama, Art and the Duke of Edinburgh Program.
The Voyageur Adventure at the Grade 9 level is a perfect connection to the DOE.
DOE will certainly contain at least three of those organizers- an almost natural fit.
www.meadowridge.bc.ca /programs/duke-of-edinburgh-program.php   (445 words)

  Psychic reading future forcast by De'Ana
The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh (Philip Mountbatten, formerly Prince Philip of Greece and Denmark) (born 10 June 1921, Greece) is the husband of Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom.
In addition to his royal duties, the Duke of Edinburgh is also the patron of many organisations, including the Duke of Edinburgh Award, the World Wildlife Fund, and he is Chancellor of both the University of Cambridge and University of Edinburgh.
After her accession to the throne, the Queen also announced that the Duke was to have place, pre-eminence and precedence next to the Queen on all occasions and in all meetings, except where otherwise provided by Act of Parliament.
www.future-forcast.co.uk /duke-of-edinburgh.php   (713 words)

 Kids.Net.Au - Encyclopedia > Duke of Edinburgh
HRH Prince George (1738-1820), eldest son of the first Duke, (from 1751) Prince of Wales and (from 1760) King George III.
That means that when the present Duke dies, the dukedom will be inherited by his eldest son, The Prince of Wales.
If The Prince of Wales is not yet king when this occurs, he will be Duke of Edinburgh until he ascends the throne, at which point the title will merge with the crown, like any title borne by the King.
www.kids.net.au /encyclopedia-wiki/du/Duke_of_Edinburgh   (263 words)

 50 facts on the Duke of Edinburgh, Prince Philip
As husband of the Sovereign, The Duke of Edinburgh was not crowned or anointed at the Coronation ceremony in 1953.
The Duke of Edinburgh is a prolific writer on environmental, technological, equestrian and animal subjects.
The Duke of Edinburgh was chairman of the Westminster Abbey Restoration Committee from 1973 to 1997, responsible for the cleaning of the Abbey's exterior and the renovation of the building's interior.
www.britischebotschaft.de /statevisit/en/facts/facts_prince_philip.htm   (1252 words)

 Ahoy - Mac's Web Log - Duke of Edinburgh in command of HMS Galatea, visits Australia for the first Royal Tour, in 1867
The Duke was tended by six Florence Nightingale trained nurses led by Matron Lucy Osburn, not long arrived in the Colony.
"The Duke was confined to a small room at the railway station with his attending staff, while the squatters and other gentlemen who had assembled to welcome the Duke, took possession of the vacant carriages and settled down to their pipes and conversation, it being unclear what the next move was to be.
When the Duke's uncle Ernst11 died in August 1873, he acceded to the Duchy of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha, at first, regarded with a degree of coldness as a foreigner, but by the time of his death from throat cancer in 1900, he had essentially won over his subjects.
ahoy.tk-jk.net /macslog/DukeofEdinburghincommando.html   (1624 words)

 GB Row Challenge Launch - Tower of London, Duke of Edinburgh
The Launch Reception, in the presence of HRH The Duke of Edinburgh, KG, KT, was hosted by the Outward Bound Trust.
The Duke of Edinburgh, patron of the Trust, was given a tour of the boat by the crew, followed by lengthy discussions about the logistics - planned route, food supplies, and navigation equipment.
In front of the assembled media and press, crew members gave individual interviews covering all aspects of the challenge and thoughts on the task ahead.
www.gbrowchallenge.com /launch_day.html   (144 words)

 Scotsman.com News - Duke of Edinburgh
THE Duke of Edinburgh was in Scotland yesterday to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the award scheme that bears his name.
THE Duke of Edinburgh was today expected to open a new training centre in Edinburgh to teach the...
THE Duke of Edinburgh was due to talk publicly today for the first time about his wartime rescue...
news.scotsman.com /topics.cfm?tid=255   (445 words)

 Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh:
The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, (Philip Mountbatten; born Prince Philippos of Greece and Denmark, 10 June 1921) is the husband and consort of Queen Elizabeth II.
In addition to his royal duties, the Duke of Edinburgh is also the patron of many organisations, including the Duke of Edinburgh Award and the World Wide Fund for Nature, and he is a chancellor of both the University of Cambridge and University of Edinburgh.
On the golden jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II in 2002, the Duke was commended by the Speaker of the House of Commons for his role in supporting the Queen during her reign.
advantacell.com /wiki/Prince_Philip,_Duke_of_Edinburgh   (3713 words)

 Duke of Edinburgh Award
School programs and individual youth have travelled to the Edge to meet the requirements of acheiving the Duke of Edinburgh Award.
We also provide a variety of adventure trips through the summer, that students have adventured on to pursue the Duke of Edinburgh Award of Merit on their own.
Learn more about participating in the Duke of Edinburgh Award here.
www.experientialeducation.ca /duke.html   (81 words)

 The Duke of Edinburgh - Uncyclopedia, the content-free encyclopedia
HRH Prince Philip, The Duke of Edinburgh, GNVQ, Ba (Hons), ASBO, MAD, is the Prince Regent of Great Britain, and mightily pissed off that he's not in control of the Empire.
The Duke, or Phil to his friends, is a keen hunter and racist.
The Duke uses a custom double-barrel Uzi to kill his targets which he fires one handed from the window of his Range Rover.
uncyclopedia.org /wiki/The_Duke_of_Edinburgh   (328 words)

 About the Award   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Duke of Edinburgh's Award is a voluntary, personal development program available to all young people aged 14 to 25.
The Duke of Edinburgh's Award operates worldwide in over 110 countries and motivates young people to do a variety of voluntary and challenging activities.
The Duke of Edinburgh's Award helps participants strive to achieve their own potential as they meet the requirements for each section.
www.dukesaward.qld.gov.au /about/index.html   (198 words)

 The Duke of Edinburgh's Award Scheme - TNT
The Duke of Edinburgh's Award provides us with an opportunity to demonstrate the values and guiding principles of our own company and also those of the award scheme.
For example we supply, operate and maintain the Duke of Edinburgh's Award show trailer and during any year this impressive vehicle visits in excess of fifty high profile events and travels more than forty thousand miles on behalf of the award scheme.
We became a Duke of Edinburgh's Award operating authority in 1997 and a large number of our young employees are now working to gain awards under the scheme.
www.tnt.com /country/en_gb/about/overview/charity/the0.html   (369 words)

 duke of edinburgh award   (Site not responding. Last check: )
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If you visit a lot of sites on the net regarding duke of edinburgh award, you'll begin to notice that the majority of them are exactly the same.
Yes, they are selling different brands of duke of edinburgh award, but on top they are about as different as margarine and butter.
www.awardhits.com /award-2003/duke-of-edinburgh-award.html   (216 words)

 Duke of Edinburgh's Award Scheme
In 1994 Cheerleading was accepted as a Skills subject for the Duke of Edinburgh's Award.
H.R.H. The Duke of Edinburgh is the Scheme's Patron and Chairman of Trustees.
To go out in front of a crowd, to earn their respect and lead them, or to act as an ambassador for your team or school, is a responsibility requiring maturity and pride.The Duke of Edinburgh's Award Scheme is an especially appropriate and worthwhile opportunity for cheerleaders.
www.cheerleading.org.uk /handbook/doe.htm   (760 words)

 Carmarthenshire County Council - RAISING AWARENESS OF DUKE OF EDINBURGH’S AWARD IN CARMS   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The aim of the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award is to provide an enjoyable, challenging and rewarding programme of personal development for young people, which is of the highest quality and the widest reach.
He feels the Duke of Edinburgh Award, whether it be at Bronze, Silver or Gold level plays an important role within the educational package offered by the County Council to the County’s young people.
Marc is keen to see Duke of Edinburgh’s Award groups being created within schools, businesses, etc. which will take on the day to day running of the Award.
www.carmarthenshire.gov.uk /index.asp?locID=7089&docID=3074   (488 words)

 Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh (1921-), Consort of Elizabeth II
Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh (1921-), Consort of Elizabeth II Sitter
Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh (1921-), Consort of Elizabeth II Sitter in 34 portraits
He was created Duke of Edinburgh on their wedding morning, and a Prince of the United Kingdom in 1957.
www.npg.org.uk /live/search/person.asp?LinkID=mp03535   (154 words)

 Youth development and leadership: Duke of Edinburgh's Award   (Site not responding. Last check: )
As part of the Office for Youth's commitment to developing Young Indigenous Leadership, Duke of Edinburgh's Award Program will continue to be promoted in Indigenous communities.
To receive a Gold, Silver, or Bronze Duke of Edinburgh's Award, participants must have completed a minimum of between six months to two years participation in self-selected activities, including service to the community, skills, expeditions or explorations, and physical recreation.
To find out more about the Duke of Edinburgh Award in Queensland, visit the Duke of Edinburgh's Award website, or free-call the Office for Youth on 1800 177 338.
www.communities.qld.gov.au /youth/youth-devl-leadership/duke-of-edinburgh.html   (294 words)

 Caithness CWS - Front Page Bulletins - June 2004 - Duke Of Edinburgh
During their visits to the fire station, ambulance service and airport fire service, the pupils learned how the emergency services respond to, and what their role is in a fire situation.
The three Wick pupils together with others in their group are working towards their Bronze Duke of Edinburgh's Award through the Highland New Opportunities Fund Activities Programme which was created to enable more young people to gain access to the Award scheme.
At present The Highland Council has 23 schools operating the Duke of Edinburgh's Award directly with their pupils, 3,000 of whom are participating in the Award in Highland.
www.caithness.org /fpb/june2004/dukeofedinburgh.htm   (321 words)

 Duke Of Edinburgh - Greenforce
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As a Duke of Edinburgh Access organisation we can help you complete your award on our expeditions.
It is possible for us to tailor make expeditions that can count as a Duke of Edinburgh Award expedition.
www.greenforce.org /duke_of_edinburgh   (168 words)

 The Royal Family > HRH The Duke of Edinburgh > Background
Formal portrait of Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh
Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, Earl of Merioneth and Baron Greenwich, has been married to The Queen since 1947.
The Duke of Edinburgh has no constitutional role other than as a Privy Counsellor, and sees no State papers.
www.royal.gov.uk /output/page5551.asp   (230 words)

 Scotsman.com News - Duke of Edinburgh - Duke in fresh foot-in-mouth outbreak
THE Duke of Edinburgh, renowned for his insensitive remarks to members of the public, has put his foot in it again.
The Duke caused more controversy in 1999 when, during a visit to the Racal-MESL factory in Newbridge, near Edinburgh, he pointed at an old-fashioned fusebox and said it looked as if it had been "put in by an Indian".
The Duke said: "If a cricketer, for instance, suddenly decided to go into a school and batter a lot of people to death with a cricket bat, which he could do very easily, I mean, are you going to ban cricket bats?"
news.scotsman.com /topics.cfm?tid=255&id=474832002   (574 words)

 Defence Internet | Defence News | Duke of Edinburgh visits Queen's Royal Hussars in Iraq
His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh made a surprise visit to the British Army personnel in Iraq on Sunday 22 October 2006.
It was His Royal Highness's first visit to the Regiment since 2002, and his first to British Forces in Iraq.  Following discussions with senior officers, the Duke spent a couple of hours in the midday sun talking to troops from the Hussars.
The Duke was accompanied on his visit to Basra by the Colonel of the Regiment, Major General Arthur Denaro CBE, who commanded the Regiment during the first Gulf conflict in 1990-1991.
www.mod.uk /DefenceInternet/DefenceNews/PeopleInDefence/DukeOfEdinburghVisitsQueensRoyalHussarsInIraq.htm   (609 words)

 Royal Ascot Duke of Edinburgh Stakes Bet | Betting | Horse Racing Results | Free Bets
The Duke of Edinburgh Stakes is a very competitive handicap over the 1 mile 4 furlongs course for 3 year olds and over.
The Royal Ascot betting on the Duke of Edinburgh is always very tough with such a big field and so much depends on where the pace will be.
Notable Guest is a clear improver on the evidence of this step up in trip to win nicely from a very good field and Crow wood who he beat here looks a really decent sort and a lot can be said for the winners performance expertly handled by his trainer Michael Stoute.
www.royal-ascot-betting.com /duke-of-edinburgh-stakes.php   (451 words)

 Dudley Metropolitan Borough Council - Duke Of Edinburgh's Award
The Community Education and Development Division is the licensed operating authority for the Duke of Edinburgh Award activities in Dudley borough.
The scheme is open to all young people between the ages of 14 and 25 years, and provides an opportunity for personal achievement, adventure, community and social involvement, and a widening of interests.
It is similar in content to 'The Duke of Edinburgh's Award and is intended as an introduction to that Award.
www.dudley.gov.uk /education-and-learning/extra-curricular-activities/duke-of-edinburghs-award   (496 words)

 Visit to Australia by Her Majesty The Queen and His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh - 04 March 2006   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh will attend a Ceremonial Welcome including a 21-gun artillery salute and an Inspection of the Guard of Honour, and a welcome by indigenous leaders at the Sydney Opera House Forecourt on the morning of Monday 13 March.
The Duke of Edinburgh will also attend a reception in Sydney to commemorate the Duke of Edinburgh Awards established 50 years ago.
The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh will both tour the Athletes’ Village and lunch with athletes before departing for Singapore on the afternoon of 16 March.
www.pm.gov.au /news/media_releases/media_Release1803.html   (408 words)

 Duke of Edinburgh Class   (Site not responding. Last check: )
HMS Duke of Edinburgh also transferred to the 5th squadron from 1908-1912 and rescued the survivors of SS Delhi in December 1911.
Duke of Edinburgh Class cruiser, Notice Board for naval enthusiasts and ex Crew families of Duke of Edinburgh Class cruisers.
Duke of Edinburgh at the Battle of Jutland.
www.battleships-cruisers.co.uk /dukeedin.htm   (960 words)

 The Duke of Edinburgh - The Internet Forum
Her Majesty the Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh are set to visit the United States in May 2007 to celebrate the 400th anniversary of the Jamestown Settlement.
Queen Elizabeth II accompanied by the Duke of Edinburgh has officially unveiled a memorial in Hyde Park to commemorate the long relationship between New Zealand and the United Kingdom as well as to honour New Zealand’s war dead.
The Duke of Edinburgh who was to accompany the Queen will undertake the engagement on behalf of the Queen.
theinternetforum.co.uk /dukeofedinburgh?page=1   (757 words)

 Duke Of Edinburgh Award Scheme - 26/09/2001 - QWN
I will refer it to the Minister for Community Services because I am not aware whether the chair of the committee has been appointed, and I am certainly not aware whether there is a proposal to shift the secretariat from the Department of Community Services to Sport and Recreation.
Obviously, I have some knowledge of the Duke of Edinburgh Scheme because that organisation does very good work in juvenile justice, to which I have referred on any number of occasions in this House.
It is a very good scheme for young people in custody to participate in because it is quite structured and provides a combination of challenging recreational or outdoor types of activities, and an opportunity to learn discipline and develop an ability to make a contribution to the community.
www.parliament.nsw.gov.au /prod/PARLMENT/hansArt.nsf/V3Key/LC20010926031   (344 words)

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