Four Man Tents
Origin: The Red Tent is a reference to ancient traditions of groups of women in a place that is dedicated to celebrating the great events of the sexuality of a woman, puberty, pregnancy, birth, menopause etc. . Found around the world these traditions and celebrations of transmission between women. the story of Jacob's daughter Dinah, 1500 BC, in the desert, Dinah daughter of Jacob, lives in the shadow of a tent, the red tent. Where women are handed rites,. Today: In today's society we all live next to each other without ever really connect. Great moments in the life of a woman are even stronger when we can share among women. The purpose of these red four man tents is to recreate this modern transmission from woman to woman in a place that invites the sharing of our lives. The Lager is organized by the Jugendgruppe of DCB. We are young graduates of German schools in Chile we spent our vacation to the organization of this camp making their continuity constitutes a tradition of several decades. As director of Lager, is the Lagerkommandant, better known as Lako, who heads the executive roles, the production of the event and is primarily responsible for the camp both during its realization and during the months of organization. A ste Sublakos and assist him in charge of the work of the Secretariat. Our team consisting of managers in addition est Kitchen (Wachmeister), a Jngenleiter a Mdchenleiterin a Bademeister, responsible for Enfermeray first aid, entitlements Radio and parties, Materials, Olympics, activities nautical, production and on activities in the afternoon . . The Lager travs articulates its location on a camp of Men (Jungenlager) and one of Women (Mdchenlager) in which 12 four man tents respectively receive our campers (Lagermanschaft). stas 24 tents, grouped by age to the entire Lagermanschaft, counting from the n1 to n12 with parallel four man tents of men and women of the same age. While the four large tents ms age are classified in Gruppe I, which comprises the young aged between 16 and 20 years or so. Under it are the same estimate for the following two groups of four tents each: the Gruppe II with young people between 14 and 15 years, and the Gruppe III with those between 12 and 13. hese past are besides, the little ones of Lager. In charge of each of these divisions there is a Gruppenleiter in the case of men and for women Grupenleiterin. From these three age groups are developed activities in the morning, each group diseadas unevenly. During the afternoon and develop Abendgestalltung the Olympics, where all the four man tents compete individually with the rest of the camp, but the age difference becomes a significant factor. . . . .